Big storage for big trips
The German brand is working on a strategy for North American sales
Vernon Felton's top picks from 2015
Show up late and dominate
Bikepacking is pretty damn cool. Extending out rime in the outdoors so that we move beyond the brief, impersonal rip through the countryside? I’m all for that. The gear that'd let you extend your stay, however, has been lacking. That’s where the Osprey Escapist series comes in.
Doerfling and Slotegraaf huck themselves down some of the gnarlier terrain around Pemberton, BC.
Claudio Caluori chases Cedric Gracia down the DH World Championships course in Vallnord, Andorra.
Smart phones are unbelievably cool chunks of mobile technology. The question is this: How do you actually mount them to your bike? It’s hard, after all, to partake of all that awesome when the thing is slumbering away in the depths of your jersey pocket or hydration pack.
Canyon has partnered with a third party in the U.S. to help it establish a system for customer service, technical support and warranty. Since Canyon doesn’t sell its bikes through a traditional brick-and-mortar retail model, having the right process in place to field customer inquiries is imperative.
Every August hordes of bike geeks descend upon Friedrichshafen, Germany to fondle all the shiny new crud and post web stories about it all… Well, before we get all titillated about 2016, allow me to take a moment to reflect on some of the tech-related crap that I was hot and bothered about in 2015.
Intense has been playing with plastic for about five years now, and we knew the downhill bike had to be in line for the carbon treatment at some point. That day came during Intense's 2016 product announcement here at Eurobike 2015.
We take a look at WTB's new PadLoc system, which promises to end unintended grip rotation with a new interface between the grip and bar.
Check out a selection of interesting new products from the first two days of Eurobike 2015, including a coil shock with a climb switch, a torque-measuring multitool and new rubber from Maxxis.
The folks at Crankbrothers have been busy. This year at Eurobike they're showing a brand-new dropper post called the 'Highline' as well as an overhauled pedal lineup.
With the new Magura Vyron eLECT dropper post, your bike can be one step closer to the machine you're staring at right now.