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Bikerumor
06. August, 21:14 Uhr

I wanted to ride the new BH Lynx 5 LT version, and the folks at the demo tent knew it. But so did everyone else, so I opted for ride time over standing-around-and-waiting time and set up the standard 130mm travel Lynx 5 and hopped on the lift at Bike Park Serfaus-Fisse-Ladis in Tirol, Austria. […] The post One Ride Review: BH Lynx 5 29er trail bike rips, skips the stutter step appeared first on...

Bikerumor
31. Juli, 13:19 Uhr

Pacenti has taken their alloy Forza rim lineup and given it a tubeless-specific carbon fiber option that shares the asymmetric design but loses the bead hook. The new Forza-C has a 21.3mm internal width, making it ready for today’s wider road, gravel and cyclocross tires. Because it’s hookless, it’s only for use with tubeless-ready tires, […] The post New Pacenti Forza-C wide, hookless carbon...

Bikerumor
01. August, 13:38 Uhr

If you own a lot of bikes, chances are you have at least two floor pumps. The same inflator used to fill fatbike tires is usually a poor choice for road bike skins. Not many pumps inflate tires big and small equally well—until now. The JoeBlow Twin Turbo is Topeak’s latest top-tier inflator. At 7-pounds […] The post Review: 2x the air in 1/2 the time with Topeak’s JoeBlow Twin Turbo appeared...

Bikerumor
13. August, 22:05 Uhr

If you’re looking for a little dolce vita for your bicycle storage needs, look no further than vadolibero. The company has been showcasing their beautiful storage options at Eurobike for years, and has continued to add more options. The newest addition to the catalog is the VERTIK. Part floor lamp, part bike stand, the 60w […] The post Lit and locking storage options from Vadolibero are as...

Bikerumor
01. August, 20:05 Uhr

Salsa Cycles just announced the latest iteration of their venerable high-performance fat bike, the all-new 2019 Beargrease. Building on the success of the current platform, Salsa’s lead designer Pete Koski said the updated bike isn’t necessarily changed, but substantially improved. For 2019 the Beargrease gets a few tweaks to further its mission as a fast […] The post Salsa Cycles announces...

Bikerumor
17. August, 15:44 Uhr

Getting into bikes can be a daunting task. There’s a lot to figure out, from clothing, to equipment, to where to ride. This week the Gravel Lot sits down with Mackenzie Green and Mitch Powers from the UC Cycling Club to find out what they’ve done to get more college kids on bikes, and how […] The post The Gravel Lot Episode 36: Talking Collegiate Cycling w/ the University of Cincinnati Cycling...

Bikerumor
05. August, 15:38 Uhr

I must admit, I once was skeptical of the dedicated gravel bike category that has recently emerged, characterized by strange chainstays, oversized tubing and seemingly do-it-all ride feel without doing one thing really well. Another bike characteristic I waffle over is women’s specific design. This “feature” is widely interpreted; some to be applauded and some […] The post Review: Trek...

Bikerumor
17. August, 11:42 Uhr

Photo submitted by Colin Bassett, “Beautiful gravel riding in the Busch Memorial Conservation Area in St. Charles County, Missouri. Once used by the Atomic Energy Commission for the processing and disposal of uranium, the area is now part of a superfund site and used recreationally.” We always love seeing photos from where you are riding […] The post Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: St. Charles...

Bikerumor
02. August, 12:56 Uhr

Designed and built by none other than Dan Atherton in the heart of the Dyfi Valley, in rugged and beautiful North Wales, the Red Bull Hardline is infamous for pushing riders’ skill and daring to the absolute limit. It is, without a doubt, one of the toughest downhill mountain bike races in the world. This […] The post Greg Minnarr Exclusive Interview: 3x World Champ calls the shots at Red Bull...

Bikerumor
31. Juli, 19:38 Uhr

If you’re an avid rider, or commute to and from work, you probably spend a good bit of time riding in the dark. Which means you’ve probably also spent time researching what lights to buy. There are a ton of options out there, many with very similar looking specs. Where Ravemen’s light designs get  interesting […] The post Review: Ravemen CR900 900-Lumen Ultra-Compact Headlight appeared first on...

Bikerumor
17. August, 08:00 Uhr

It’s always exciting to get to ride and review a new bike, but every once in a while something comes along that gets us really excited. The opportunity to ride a brand new bike from a new bike company that has an all new suspension system from a world famous designer, would certainly qualify. However, […] The post First Ride: Orion suspension exceeds expectations on new Esker Elkat appeared...

Bikerumor
16. August, 21:40 Uhr

Like ‘em or hate ‘em, big wheels are becoming more popular on DH bikes. If the clock says they’re faster, the World Cup teams are going to go for it, and Devinci has jumped on board for 2019. The new 29” Wilson for consumers was just introduced at Crankworx Whistler, along with a few other […] The post Crankworx 2018: Closeup look & actual weights of new Devinci Wilson 29er appeared first...

Bikerumor
01. August, 16:10 Uhr

If you’ve been waiting patiently since the Thesis OB1 first appeared on our pages, the time is now. As of today, the company has opened up pre-order sales for their impressively priced gravel bike the OB1. In the usual cut-out-the-middle-man, consumer-direct story, Thesis claims to have created a bike that will compete with those double […] The post Pre-order your Thesis OB1 gravel bike now to...

Bikerumor
13. August, 12:53 Uhr

Photo submitted by Matt Ferris, “Ti gravel bikes congregating near Millbrook Reservoir on a perfect winter’s day in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia. (Curve GXR, Reilly Gradient and Guillem Atalaya).” 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 post Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Adelaide Hills,...

Bikerumor
01. August, 12:45 Uhr

For 2019, Scott has added a top “RC” level option to the women’s Addict road race bike family, giving everyone the option to race on their lightest carbon layup. Compared to the standard Addict frames, the RC models also get revised geometry that prioritizes sharp handling over endurance comfort. The Addict RC frames have a […] The post EB18: Scott Contessa Addict RC Disc offers a lighter...

Bikerumor
30. Juli, 19:22 Uhr

Wouldn’t it be great if you could add water shedding abilities to your normal road kit without sacrificing breathability? To somehow create a kit that kept off the rain and spray from your tires, without being too hot to wear during the summer? That seems to be what Pearl Izumi has pioneered with their new […] The post Pearl Izumi Black collection sheds water w/ breathable PI Dry tech, improves...

Bikerumor
08. August, 18:05 Uhr

ENVE is a name synonymous with high-performance carbon fibre wheelsets. The Utah-based operation has been manufacturing carbon-rimmed wheels and cockpit parts for years, and has sponsored notable professional road cycling teams such as Dimension Data and United Healthcare Pro Cycling. ENVE doesn’t mind getting dirty, and slotting alongside their road product line up is a […] The post Review:...

Bikerumor
17. August, 14:53 Uhr

Fezzari’s first long travel 29er, the La Sal Peak, took a slightly different approach to creating a bike that could handle the ups, the downs, and everything in between. It has the somewhat-standard-for-the-category 150mm rear travel with a 160mm fork, and appropriately slack head angle. But as your eyes move backward, the geometry starts looking […] The post First Ride: Fezzari La Sal Peak...

Bikerumor
13. August, 16:58 Uhr

While many have ditched the backpack, I’ve been a holdout when it comes to wearing hydration packs. That said, I was pretty curious to try Dakine’s Hot Laps Waist Bag (which we first checked out at the Sea Otter Classic) after scoring one at the Impact Sun Valley media camp. Dakine’s Gabe Schroder said this […] The post Review: Dakine’s Hot Laps 2L Waist Bag keeps you cool on short loops...

Bikerumor
16. August, 14:03 Uhr

We’ve all heard of Sidi, but in the U.S., Crono & Luck less so. Which is a shame, because each year at Eurobike we’re impressed with the variety and features they’re bringing to the game. Luck is a Spanish brand that offers a complete range of shoes, with a couple of new ones for enduro […] The post EB18: Sidi, Crono & Luck show massive new shoe collections for road, MTB & winter...

Bikerumor
16. August, 16:08 Uhr

In spite of all the improvements in carbon fiber lately, there’s still something to be said for a metal bike. Specialized certainly agrees with that statement as they’ve been putting out some beautiful aluminum builds complete with aero tube shaping and impressive performance. And now, with the addition of the new Allez Sprint Disc, there’s […] The post Specialized Allez Sprint Disc adds disc...

Bikerumor
16. August, 19:21 Uhr

Slogging around a tradeshow is one thing, but when you can check out the bikes in person and demo them on lift-served, groomed mountain bike trails outside, in the fresh air? That’s something else entirely, and it’s the new face of Interbike that we’re stoked to see surfacing. For 2018, Interbike is starting off with […] The post Interbike’s Northstar Free-Ride Festival & MTB demo is...

Bikerumor
13. August, 20:07 Uhr

There were a lot of bikes at Eurobike, and it always feels like we’re just scratching the surface. Aside from the continued proliferation of e-bikes, there didn’t seem to be one category that was represented more than others, but there were plenty of interesting bikes as usual. If you’re into “Mercedes-Benz Style”, you might be interested […] The post EB18 Roundup: Bikes from Mercedes/Argon 18,...

Bikerumor
09. August, 11:06 Uhr

Photo submitted by Einar, “I rode and pushed my Cannondale Habit up 1800 meters in elevation to get to this point: Mt. Cheam overlooking the Fraser Valley just east of Vancouver, BC. Great views and an amazing ride down. Thank you to the patient hikers with whom I shared the trail.” We always love seeing […] The post Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Mount Cheam – BC, Canada appeared first on Bikerumor.

Bikerumor
02. August, 14:28 Uhr

The new Panaracer Race C is a retro style racing tire that’s been available as a tubular, but soon will come in a clincher version that gets a supple, tubular-like 120tpi cotton. It’ll also get their Protite Aramid-based casing, which is a proprietary blend of resins and fibers to create better puncture protection. It’ll come […] The post EB18: Panaracer’s silky Road C, colorful Gravel Kings...

Bikerumor
03. August, 14:07 Uhr

Over the past few years, more bicycle light companies have started recommending their use during the day as a way to increase a rider’s visibility. We all know we should use them when it’s dark, not just to see but also to be seen. So what’s the deal with daytime use? Is it really necessary? […] The post Niterider presents: Do we really need bike lights during the day? appeared first on Bikerumor.

Bikerumor
03. August, 14:00 Uhr

Modular. If there was one word to describe Topeak’s Eurobike booth, that was it. Whether talking lighting and electronics, or bottles and gear, it was all about building a system that would work best for your an your individual needs. Designed as a completely modular system, the CubiCubi systems includes multiple parts from different battery […] The post Topeak gets modular w/ CubiCubi light...

Bikerumor
30. Juli, 12:01 Uhr

Bianchi’s top-tier Oltre XR4 aero road bike and top Infinito endurance race bike both get 2019 overhauls, pairing Countervail vibration damping with improved disc braking. A disc brake Infinito CV has been around for almost five years, but CV plus discs had only come together on Bianchi’s second-tier aero road bike earlier this spring. Now both race […] The post Bianchi lays Countervail up for...

Bikerumor
13. August, 15:47 Uhr

Roof top tents are great, but they also have their drawbacks. Wanting to take some of the hassle out of set up and tear down, iKamper just unveiled their newest roof top tent (RTT). Called the X-Cover, the name hints at the design – which exes out the cover that most soft shell RTTs need […] The post #Vanlife: iKamper preps first coverless roof top tent with built in crossbars appeared first on...

Bikerumor
09. August, 18:00 Uhr

Looking at the little triangles on their clever pad design, I couldn’t help but thinking how with the Trail Skins 2 kneepads, Dainese has achieved three key qualities all riders want in protective gear- Comfort, ventilation and solid crash protection. I’ve been riding the Trail Skins 2 knee pads since mid-April, and I’m pretty impressed […] The post Review: Dainese’s Trail Skins 2 knee pads...

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