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Bikerumor
09. Mai, 15:03 Uhr

Astana’s bikes for the 2018 Giro D’Italia were fairly straightforward, racing the Gallium Pro for the regular days and the E-118Next TT bike for time trial stages. Parts are a mix of FSA cranks with Power2Max power meters, Shimano Dura-Ace, Corima wheels and others. One of their more interesting team sponsors is Velosophe, the true […] The post Giro101 Tech: Pro Bikes from Astana &...

Bikerumor
15. Mai, 21:13 Uhr

Mondraker was one of the first to bring the now common long top tube, short stem combo to market with their Forward Geometry. It’s everywhere now, but Mondraker’s unique look and lean lines continue to set their frames apart from the rest. To add performance to those aesthetics, they’re now offering their Foxy all-mountain platform […] The post 2019 Mondraker Foxy 29 mountain bike rolls big...

Bikerumor
17. Mai, 16:31 Uhr

Alongside the insanely light Silverton SL wheels, Syncros launched more traditionally spoked carbon rim mountain bike wheels and more integrated, full carbon one-piece bar and stems for everything from Enduro to Trail to XC. Long used for their road bikes, the Syncros Hixon IC debuted on the Genius last year with three different rise options […] The post SOC18: Video – Syncros explains their...

Bikerumor
21. Mai, 16:28 Uhr

If you’re suffering from a lack of titanium in your life, Why Cycles is here to help. Of course, one answer would be to buy one of their titanium frames, but even if you don’t own a Why Cycle, there’s a new way to add some Why Titanium to your ride. Their latest accessory (which […] The post Why Cycles adds new Titanium riser bar, optional Cane Creek eeCrank upgrade appeared first on Bikerumor.

Bikerumor
01. Mai, 14:00 Uhr

Welcome to Tire Tech, Bikerumor’s mostly-weekly series on bicycle tires. Like our Suspension Tech and AASQ series, we take your questions about tires, whether it’s road, cyclocross, fat, plus, gravel, or mountain bike, and get answers from the brands and people behind them. If you read our overview of knob types and what they’re designed […] The post Tire Tech: How mountain bike tire knobs are...

Bikerumor
09. Mai, 18:14 Uhr

Seven is introducing a new 2×2 frame building option that creates a bike with two distinct personalities by quickly Hot Swapping between wheelsets. The SevenDuro 2×2 Scrambler is their all-road gravel solution, using unique tubular chainstays to go from gravel-friendly 700c to trail-ready 650B in just a minute. Oh, and the Hot Swap 2×2 concept goes […] The post Seven’s ti SevenDuro 2×2...

Bikerumor
03. Mai, 14:52 Uhr

There’s a lot of talk these days about lower air pressure and its effect on ride quality, but how do you measure it? If you’re the type to just squeeze the tire until it feels ‘good’, then move right along. However, if you’re the type that wants to know the exact pressures you’re riding so […] The post SOC18: SKS improves the Airchecker, adds new bags for seats, frames, & top tubes appeared...

Bikerumor
15. Mai, 16:00 Uhr

These have been teased for a while now, but G-Form’s RPT (Reactive Protection Technology)  will soon cover your hands as well. Using the impact reactive protection on your knuckles makes a lot of sense – it’s flexible to allow effortless movement of your fingers on a normal basis, but instantly hardens upon impact to protect […] The post SOC18 Roundup: Clothing (and clean up) from Tasco,...

Bikerumor
03. Mai, 18:00 Uhr

With wheels for road, triathlon, and mountain biking, you may have noticed that Fulcrum’s ‘gravel’ category on their website is suspiciously empty. That’s because it will soon include their newest wheelset – the Zero DB gravel. Using many of the same technologies that make Fulcrum/Campagnolo wheels top notch, the dirt road crowd will soon have […] The post SOC18: Fulcrum eyes gravel with new...

Bikerumor
13. Mai, 14:30 Uhr

At this year’s Giro D’Italia start in Israel, the Bora Hansgrohe team had three different Specialized bikes at the ready, though their mechanics said the flatter roads around Tel-Aviv, Jerusalem and the desert leading to Eilat would be better suited for the aerodynamic Venge. So, that beautifully simple green paint schemed Tarmac would remain shelved […] The post Giro101 Tech: Pro bikes from...

Bikerumor
15. Mai, 14:00 Uhr

One of the more interesting developments in pedals from Sea Otter wasn’t a new clipless platform, or flat. Instead, it was a new take on Q-Factor from Xpedo. Called the Thrust Aero, the pedal offers adjustable q-factor which could either be used for fitting or for actual use on the road. Starting with a narrow base […] The post SOC18 Roundup: Xpedo’s adjustable q-Factor road pedals, trail &...

Bikerumor
04. Mai, 13:49 Uhr

For the 2018 Giro D’Italia, the UAE Emirates Team brought their collection of Colnago K.One TT bikes, the V2-R monocoque road bike, and the all-new C64 lugged carbon bike that launched a few months ago. Here’s a closeup look at the components, tech and hacks they’re using in their bid for the Trofeo Senza Fine! […] The post Giro101 Tech: UAE Emirates’ Colnago K.One, C64 & V2-R road bikes...

Bikerumor
17. Mai, 07:16 Uhr

If you have to choose just one mountain bike, that choice is getting harder than ever. Fortunately, bikes in almost every category are continually improving their performance and increasing versatility making it easier to find that bike that best suits your needs. When Pivot introduced the Mach 429 Trail, it was that versatility that appealed […] The post First Look: Pivot Trail 429 continues...

Bikerumor
10. Mai, 20:21 Uhr

Introduced last year as the world’s first aero road bike designed exclusively for 1x front chainrings, the 3T Strada Team used their top-level billing, layup and parts. Now, they’ve trickled the design down with a slightly heavier carbon layup, but it keeps the same aerodynamic frame and fork. And the 1x drivetrain. The Pro model […] The post 3T Strada Pro aero road bike brings more speed for...

Bikerumor
15. Mai, 10:58 Uhr

Photo submitted by David Walko of his ride from Eugene to Corvallis Oregon. We always love seeing photos from where you are riding and are happy to share them with our readers around the world here on the Pic Of The Day. Send in your pics with a brief description here. The post Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Rapeseed Fields, Oregon appeared first on Bikerumor.

Bikerumor
21. Mai, 16:17 Uhr

The Movistar team is racing Canyon’s Speedmax CF SLX TT bikes and Ultimate CF SLX road bikes for the 2018 Giro d’Italia. Equipped with Campagnolo, Power2Max, Look and Continental, the bikes are mostly what you’d be able to piece together on your own…with the appropriate budget. The Speedmax pulls double duty as their top of […] The post Giro101: Pro bikes from Movistar-Canyon & Groupama...

Bikerumor
02. Mai, 14:00 Uhr

The day before the show opened, OneUp announced one of their more surprising products – a new dropper post. All of the details are already there through that link, but the short story is that it’s available in 150 or 170mm, claims to have the shortest overall effective seat post insertion length (so it won’t […] The post SOC18: OneUp shows quick change dropper travel, new EDC tubeless Jabber...

Bikerumor
07. Mai, 16:54 Uhr

Revin Cycling has just launched a couple of new carbon gravel road riding wheels called the G21 & G21 Pro. Much like their other road & trail wheels, the G21s are tubeless ready and feature proven DT Swiss hubs, but now with a gravel friendly 21mm internal and for disc brakes only. Revin affordable carbon G21 […] The post Revin Cycling rolls out affordable carbon G21 gravel road...

Bikerumor
01. Mai, 13:00 Uhr

Calling it a soft launch, the big news over at Marin’s booth this year was the new San Quentin line. Shown as two different models with a third on the way, the San Quentin is sort of the combination between a dirt jumper and a trail bike. Something a rider would be able to rip […] The post SOC18: Marin San Quentin aggressive hard tail will soon make a break for the trails appeared first on...

Bikerumor
11. Mai, 11:01 Uhr

Photo submitted by Matt Kahle of his epic 150 mile one day ride on the Katy Trail. We always love seeing photos from where you are riding and are happy to share them with our readers around the world here on the Pic Of The Day. Send in your pics with a brief description here. The post Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Katy Trail State Park, Missouri appeared first on Bikerumor.

Bikerumor
04. Mai, 14:00 Uhr

Fatback is obviously known for their line of carbon and aluminum fat bikes, but there’s more to the brand than meets the eye. For the past few years, owner Greg Matyas has quietly been selling a Fatback gravel bike as well. Keeping mostly to local sales through his other business, Speedway Cycles, the Haul Road […] The post SOC18: Fatback Haul Road gravel bike escaptes AK, + new Big Su alloy...

Bikerumor
03. Mai, 16:36 Uhr

Vittoria had a new gravel tire called the Terreno Zero, which builds on the excellent dry conditions Terreno Dry cyclocross tire they introduced last year. We’ve reviewed it and loved it, which makes us very excited for its transition to a smoother, wider version for gravel and all road adventure riding. To go with it, […] The post SOC18: Vittoria Terreno Zero gravel tire debuts w/ carbon...

Bikerumor
17. Mai, 18:33 Uhr

AREVO isn’t really a bike company, but that hasn’t stopped them from making one. As a leader in additive manufacturing including the robotics and software involved, they decided that one of the best ways they could showcase their capabilities would be to create a new bike – in just 18 days. While most traditional 3D […] The post AREVO showcases Free Motion Printing with 3D printed composite...

Bikerumor
18. Mai, 07:00 Uhr

Cannondale’s updated carbon F-Si cross-country hardtail featuring the all-new single-crown Lefty Ocho fork is an early model year 2019 bike, but hitting your local bike shop in the coming weeks. Seven builds from around $2-9k are each capable of lining up on race day, straight out of the box. Or put them to work shredding your […] The post Cannondale F-Si & Lefty Ocho carbon XC mountain...

Bikerumor
18. Mai, 07:01 Uhr

Cannondale’s new F-Si carbon XC hardtail bills itself as the fastest bike for modern technical World Cup XC racing, where you have to be faster up steep climbs AND down tough descents. Its heart is still the single-sided Lefty fork, which now gets a ground-up redesign, shedding weight with a single crown & a standard 1.5″ tapered […] The post Cannondale Lefty Ocho sheds weight in single...

Bikerumor
19. Mai, 14:00 Uhr

It’s the weekend and Chapter2 has launched a limited edition version of their aero RERE frame in celebration of the 101 Giro d’Italia. The $3,500 frameset includes an FSA No.42/ACB headset, PF BB86.5, uncut fork and seatpost. Above all, it’s detailed with pink pinstripes to commemorate the Maglia Rosa leader’s jersey. Quantities are limited to just 15 […] The post WRU: Bikes, accessories &...

Bikerumor
20. Mai, 08:20 Uhr

In March we got a sneak peak of a prototype wireless eTap mountain bike groupset raced by World Champ Nino Schurter. But today in Albstadt at the second XC World Cup we spotted a production-ready version of the SRAM eTap Eagle drivetrain, and got a close-up look at the unique shifter, on the bike of women’s U23 […] The post Spy Shots: Production-ready SRAM eTap Eagle prototype raced in Albstadt...

Bikerumor
21. Mai, 10:55 Uhr

Photo submitted by Chris Miller of his daughter Meghan out on her new cyclocross bike one evening. We always love seeing photos from where you are riding and are happy to share them with our readers around the world here on the Pic Of The Day. Send in your pics with a brief description here. The post Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Evening CX Ride With Dad appeared first on Bikerumor.

Bikerumor
21. Mai, 17:42 Uhr

Missing from their lineup announcement earlier this year, which included the new youth-sized gravel adventure bikes, was the Jamis Renegade Escapade. Slotting in at the top of their steel-framed lineup inside the Renegade Family, it offers a similar price point to the base carbon model, but with upgraded Reynolds 631 steel and a full Shimano […] The post SOC18: Jamis upgrades steel Renegade...

Bikerumor
21. Mai, 21:32 Uhr

Just before the weekend of World Cup cross-country racing in Albstadt, Germany we got the opportunity to put in a few first rides on Cannondale’s next generation carbon XC hardtail and its all-new accompanying single crown Lefty fork. Built as an ultimate race hardtail for the steep & technically challenging terrain of modern courses, it […] The post First Rides: Cannondale F-Si hardtail...

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