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Bikerumor
06. September, 16:47 Uhr

You could guess this was coming. With the increase in the number of fat bikes running 27.5″ wheels and tires, it was only a matter of time until 45NRTH joined the party. As usual though, 45NRTH took their time in designing what they consider to be a superior take on the new standard, and if […] The post 45NTH rolls out 27.5″ fat bike tires with new Vanhelga & Dillinger 4 appeared first on...

Bikerumor
14. September, 16:00 Uhr

Neko Mulally donates custom Worlds DH bike to get more kids on bikes! – Earlier this week the custom painted YT Tues CF of American pro downhiller, Neko Mulally made it into our second gallery of custom DH bikes the World Championships. Well, he’s put his bike up for a raffle, partnered with the Can’d Aid Foundation […] The post Friday Roundup: Win a Worlds DH bike for the kids, sock deals, Win...

Bikerumor
20. September, 11:56 Uhr

Back in June we got a sneak peek at the fourth generation of Salsa’s carbon gravel racer – the Warbird v4. Now we get the full details on the new bike, plus updates to the all-road Journeyman, classic road Vaya, the Marrakesh tourer, and Cutthroat carbon 29er bikepacking racer… 2019 Salsa Vaya classic steel all road […] The post Dip into the Salsa Warbird v4 gravel racer, plus all-road 2019...

Bikerumor
17. September, 13:45 Uhr

As many mountain bikers have fully embraced the dropper seatpost, most of us just use whatever remote lever that comes with it. But while most levers are OK, PNW aims to give you better, smoother performance to pop your seat up & down… PNW Loam Lever premium dropper seatpost remote lever The Loam Lever is […] The post The PNW Loam Lever reaches to give better remote control of our dropper...

Bikerumor
17. September, 15:00 Uhr

The DMR VAULT MIDI pedal is a scaled down version of DMR’s award winning VAULT platform. Whether you have smaller feet or prefer a smaller platform, the DMR VAULT MIDI offers everything you would expect from a DMR pedal with the same pin pattern and profile of its larger brother but in a more compact […] The post When bigger isn’t better: DMR Vault goes 10% smaller with MIDI for smaller feet...

Bikerumor
18. September, 05:00 Uhr

Recently, we’ve kept most of the e-bike related posts to their new home, e-bikerumor.com. But every once in a while, there comes a bike that should needs to be discussed here. And among those bikes, the newest Turbo Levo from Specialized is certainly at the top. For a number of reasons. This bike wouldn’t exist without the […] The post Specialized recharges Turbo Levo e-MTB w/ added range,...

Bikerumor
11. September, 19:33 Uhr

This one is for those riders out there who ride their bike to the office. Or really anyone who is looking for a cycling shoe that pulls double duty as a classy casual shoe as well. The work of Velo-Replublique, the Streamline Cycling shoe is the result of years of development by founder Warland Wight. […] The post Streamline your footwear w/ cycling shoe that combines real leather & classic...

Bikerumor
18. September, 12:00 Uhr

Long before the major brands started getting into a quasi-consumer direct business model, and before Canyon spread to North America, Fezzari Bikes launched with a strictly direct-to-consumer brand. But that wasn’t founder Chris Washburn’s original intent. He wanted to sell his bikes through bike shops. Chris and I sat down together after riding their new […] The post The Build Cycle Podcast...

Bikerumor
18. September, 13:30 Uhr

B.C.-based 7mesh aims to create top-notch technical clothing to manage moisture so you stay comfortable & focused on enjoying the ride. After putting many miles on the Desperado Merino Henley jersey and Glidepath shorts this summer, I found both to be comfortable, lightweight, and durable pieces. With solid on-trail performance and refined finishing details, I’d say 7mesh justified […] The...

Bikerumor
19. September, 15:16 Uhr

After updating the mountain bike line with a Forefront II this summer, Smith turned their attention to road, gravel and cyclocross with the new Ignite and Trace helmets. Designed to improve aerodynamics (Ignite) and ventilation (Trace), they offer better looks and MIPS rotational impact protection, too. The Ignite uses a much more closed shell, relying […] The post Smith gets more aero w/ new...

Bikerumor
14. September, 16:09 Uhr

Litespeed already had the Gravel, a well-built titanium all-rounder that that we rode though all seasons and all manner of adventures. But now there’s an upgrade. A faster, more aerodynamic, more vertically compliant built to race the toughest dirt and gravel roads – the new Litespeed Gravel Ultimate. 2019 Litespeed Gravel Ultimate ti gravel road […] The post Litespeed Gravel Ultimate is an...

Bikerumor
10. September, 20:19 Uhr

Like clockwork, as soon as September 1st rolled around, our days have gotten shorter. It’s during these dark, often stormy days that I start to think about visibility out on the road – even more than usual. This is also the time of year where I have to start bringing headlights since our rides routinely […] The post Review: Bontrager Circuit MIPS combines comfort, safety, & magnetic light...

Bikerumor
17. September, 13:00 Uhr

In a market crowded with options to carry one’s bicycle to and fro behind or on top of a vehicle, the SeaSucker Talon single-bike rack does things a little differently. Rather than relying on clunky, unsightly hardware or the need for a hitch, the Talon uses the power of suction to hold itself to your […] The post Review: SeaSucker Talon Rack – how to carry your gravel bike on a Porsche 911...

Bikerumor
18. September, 17:00 Uhr

Since launch, they’ve made a lot of minor hardware and software updates, but now, they’re launching from a clean slate. Well, not entirely. Everything they’ve learned from years in the market, supporting top level pro teams and weekend warriors alike, carries over. What’s new is the way they’re bringing that experience to your bike. Pioneer […] The post Pioneer sends pedaling dynamics to Wahoo,...

Bikerumor
19. September, 04:45 Uhr

The new Maxxis Velocita Air is a 700×40 race tire for smoother gravel paths and roads, and for riders that want more volume without adding a whole lot more weight. But, it’s really aimed at rougher pavement and smooth dirt paths, not big, deep gravel. It drops the Kevlar sidewall breaker that the ReFuse and […] The post Maxxis going light with new Velocita AR all-road gravel bike tire, bigger...

Bikerumor
31. August, 11:32 Uhr

Photo submitted by Eddie Estrada, “Descent into SF. From Rapha group ride #sevenhells.” 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: San Francisco, California appeared first on Bikerumor.

Bikerumor
19. September, 18:00 Uhr

The Merlin Newsboy is back, two decades after its debut as a curvy cruiser-style ATB (yep, remember when they were called All Terrain Bikes?). It resurfaced in 2002 with a disc brake version that also got a suspension fork, but then the brand went through several acquisitions and sorta fell off the radar. They never […] The post Merlin Newsboy cruiser bike delivering curvy titanium again after...

Bikerumor
11. September, 16:00 Uhr

For the most part Genesis’ 2019 updates to the Zero, Datum, Fugio & Croix de Fer are minor but welcome updated thru-axles. But there is also an all new Zero SL Disc road bike, plus a new 853 steel version of the do-it-all Croix de Fer. The highlights of British bikemaker Genesis’ next model year lineup […] The post Genesis trickles Zero carbon tech, updates Datum, Fugio & CdF 853...

Bikerumor
20. September, 21:13 Uhr

Every bike out of Paul Budnitz’s workshop is already a little different. Now with the latest version of his Model Ø, comes the Ø:G. The limited edition ti gravel bike pairs their swooping Zero titanium frame with a Gates-belt drive, a Rohloff internal hub pushed by SRAM hydro levers, and a plush set of dirt grinding 37mm WTB […] The post Budnitz Ø:G pedals up unique limited edition titanium...

Bikerumor
05. September, 11:30 Uhr

We caught up with Jolanda Neff at the Nove Mesto World Cup where she was racing a then protoype of Kross’ new Earth full-suspension XC mountain bike. Now with the XCO World Championships looming in Lenzerheide this weekend, Kross have officially pulled back the curtain on the new bike as Neff attempts a repeat win to […] The post 2019 Kross Earth TE 100mm XC full-suspension aims for rainbow...

Bikerumor
10. September, 13:27 Uhr

As many times as we’ve gotten an up close look at N1NO’s Scott Spark RC 900 bikes, this custom painted version still has some interesting bits to share, including the first real mention by SRAM of the ‘XX1 Eagle Black Box‘ wireless eTap rear derailleur. After seasons of dominating XC racing, it isn’t a huge […] The post XC World Champ Custom: Prototype-equipped Scott Spark RC for Nino...

Bikerumor
20. September, 21:55 Uhr

Challenge Tires has been on a tear this year, converting a couple of their more popular models into vulcanized tubeless ready cyclocross tires at Sea Otter. Then at Eurobike they finished the transition off by adding the Grifo and Limus to the mix. Hit that link for all the tech details and size options. Those […] The post Challenge shows historical prototype Fango, teases future gravel tire...

Bikerumor
14. September, 11:34 Uhr

Photo submitted by Max Aaron Rekowski, “Been a bit rainy and foggy here in Phoenixville PA. Getting the riding in anyways!” 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 […] The post Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Phoenixville, Pennsylvania appeared first on Bikerumor.

Bikerumor
10. September, 18:05 Uhr

Part of the fun of wandering around Crankworx is discovering little gems from all corners of the MTB realm. Yes it’s a bit late for Crankworx news now, but we held out to obtain some additional info before wrapping up this post. This year, I checked out some interesting stuff like Vorsprung Suspension’s new Smashpot […] The post Crankworx Roundup: Vorsprung coil kit, Peaty’s product, & a...

Bikerumor
10. September, 12:00 Uhr

Leatt’s mountain bike helmet scheme is simple to understand, the higher the number the higher the helmet sits in their lineup. The DBX 2.0 reviewed here is their most affordable helmet at just $99, but it packs features that make it stand out among helmets costing much more. From the outside, you see niceties like […] The post Review: Leatt DBX 2.0 mountain bike helmet spins up comfortable...

Bikerumor
17. September, 03:51 Uhr

Tanken, which is Adventure in Japanese, is the new Enduro tire from IRC. Originally shown as an unnamed prototype at Sea Otter Classic alongside their new Boken gravel tires, the Tanken will come in 2.3 and 2.6 widths in both 27.5” and 29er, plus a 27.5×2.8. The 2.8 will add a series of small knobs […] The post IRC Tanken adds a little adventure to enduro tire category appeared first on Bikerumor.

Bikerumor
07. September, 15:47 Uhr

Ride VT Gravel w/Rasputitsa, eat great food w/ The Cyclist’s Menu – The Cyclist’s Menu is heading to Burke, VT to join Rasputitsa Gravel, seeking to connect people to the food and land in beautiful places. TCM matches adventure on the bike and in the kitchen, celebrating the beauty of a healthy & active lifestyle. Spend 5 […] The post Friday Roundup: VT Gravel for Foodies, Moots Camp,...

Bikerumor
18. September, 10:05 Uhr

Photo submitted by Chris Karpowicz as he was scouting roads for next year’s Funk Bottoms Gravel race near Tiverton Center, OH. 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 […] The post Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Tiverton Center, Ohio appeared first on Bikerumor.

Bikerumor
18. September, 14:46 Uhr

If you’ve ever rolled up to a road race or triathlon and had to “quickly” swap cassettes from a deep wheel to a shallow one because the wind picked up over night, the new Two Point Zero Phoenix Hub system is worth a look. Designed to make cassette and wheel swaps extremely fast and easy, […] The post Two Point Zero Phoenix interchangeable hub lets you swap cassettes, wheels in seconds appeared...

Bikerumor
18. September, 15:45 Uhr

The Fix It Sticks tool catalog is mostly two different approaches – a light pair of sticks with 4 fixed bits, or a modular design with a pair of sticks and replaceable bits that let’s you carry as many bits as you need. Now, The Blend mixes the best of both worlds. Oh, and it […] The post Fix It Sticks’ The Blend mixes it up, best of both their multi-tools & more! appeared first on Bikerumor.

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