The guys from Mission Workshop brought the company’s new Acre mountain biking gear across the Atlantic, for some serious trail testing in the Alps. They also captured that journey in video and in a 75-page photo book featuring the work of Bike senior photographer, Dan Barham. Here’s a look inside the project.
RockShox’s marketing plan went to plan perfectly, and all because they knew that walking amongst us all is an entire army of utter mouth breathers who would be willing to bite on the lure set for them.
While we were impressed with Cannondale's 26er version of its Trigger trail bike, all of our testers wanted to give the 29er version a go. We now have a Trigger 29er and will be showcasing it in the pages of Bike. In the meantime, here's a quick video preview we made of the new Cannondale Trigger 29er.
What really rankles my cankles is that earlier this year, this mini-monster banned North Korean women from riding bikes, overriding a freedom even his now-deceased twisted gargoyle of a father allowed.
By Ryan LaBar Fatbikes, or at least their permanent purpose beyond obscurity, were a mystery to me. I moved from Marquette, Michigan, to Orange County, California–away from any resemblance of winter whatsoever–about four years ago, just as these kooky looking bikes started to hit the mass market. The majority of my rides in So Cal […]
Over the past decade, Bell's been positioned as the "affordable" brand of helmets while its twin sister, Giro, received the sexy features. That's all changing. Bell's new Full 9 and Super helmet models suggest that Bell is on track to regain some of its former glory as a high-end, no-holds-barred helmet maker. We went inside Bell’s think tank to get the inside story on how a helmet is born: from rough sketch to high-tech brain bucket.
Bell Helmets is providing $100,000 in grants to fund three, great trail-building projects. You get to help choose the winner--so vote today--you might also snag some shwag for doing so.
This past weekend, over a hundred racers took part in FrostBike and wound up performing something akin to Bambi on ice. I, myself, spent two days falling down the ski hill, trying to capture some of the action, and not get spotted while peeing in the trees.
Easton Cycling recently introduced a hub upgrade kit for the M1 rear hubs used in EC90 XC, EA90 XC, EC70 Trail, Haven, Haven Carbon, Havoc and EA90 XD wheels. The Bearing Spacer Kit will be available late February 2013, free of charge for existing M1 rear hubs and is included as a running change in all M1 hub-equipped rear wheels shipped after mid-February.
Cannondale's Trigger Carbon 1 is fast, flickable and tons of fun, though it left some testers wondering whether bigger wheels would make green grass greener.
Shimano is famous for trickling down the high-end features from its premier groups on, essentially, an annual basis. Now, it’s time for Deore to get the redesign love.