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.
Pivot's new Mach 429 Trail was inspired by the capability–and limitations–of the Arizona company's cross country race bike, the Mach 429SL. The 429SL is still very much a race bike, but there's no doubt that it begins to cross the aisle from leg-shavers to seat-droppers. It was this fun factor that the 492 Trail was born from.
Female influences have been a constant throughout Yeti Cycles' heritage–over the years it's sponsored some of the fastest women in the sport, the likes of Juli Furtado, Marla Streb, Tara Llanes, Jill Kintner and Rosara Joseph–but until now it hasn't marketed a bike specifically for that demographic.
There’s a golden rule that applies to cycling apparel: Everything that riders think looks cool, will only look cool for approximately X minus 3 years, where X represents the date the graphic designer actually dreamed up the design. By the time that bitchin’ lime green jersey or pair of plaid knickers reaches your local bike shop’s shelves, it’s a ticking time bomb of lame.
On board with Remy Metailler for a white-knuckle race run.
A four-man Bike team is on a singletrack scouting mission in the northern mountains of the former Soviet Republic of Georgia. Follow along with the live updates here.
You put a glove on your hand and it…well, it covers your hand doesn’t it? I mean, when a glove walks into a job interview, it kind of knows what it’s signing up for. It’s a straightforward sort of gig...and yet some gloves still manage to suck mightily.