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Bikerumor
15. November, 12:01 Uhr

Photo submitted by Simon Dubuc, “Saint-Bruno (Quebec) Even in the cold autumn rain, it’s always nice to ride in the park of Mont St-Bruno (Sépaq). Devinci Hatchet carbon, perfect to ride in the trails of the park, thank you André Cycle!” We always love seeing photos from where you are riding and are happy to […] The post Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Mont-Saint-Bruno National Park – Québec, Canada...

Bikerumor
06. November, 00:20 Uhr

Let me first preface this with the fact that, as much as we are connected to our smartphones every minute of the day, riding without electronics can be a freeing experience. And I wholly recommend that every cyclist should ditch their screens every once in a while to remember why riding bikes is so much […] The post Review: Quad Lock iPhone X case & out-front Bike Mount keeps smartphone...

Bikerumor
07. November, 03:30 Uhr

Perhaps better known to North Americans as a premium outdoor clothing and gear brand, Amsterdam’s Agu has some impressively featured and well styled pannier bags that are totally waterproof. Using a roll top design and waterproof 600D polyester with a PVC and PU coating, the bags promise to keep their contents 100% dry. The body […] The post Agu cycles in with extremely affordable, fashionable...

Bikerumor
13. November, 21:39 Uhr

Earlier this autumn Litespeed brought back the Ultimate moniker on a new aero-optimized ti gravel bike. Now the Ultimate Road is back too, this time in a disc brake only road bike with aerodynamic tube shaping, premium American-welded 3Al-2.5V titanium, and room for 30mm road tires. Handmade and now hand painted in the US, the new Ultimate Disc […] The post 2019 Litespeed Ultimate Road adds...

Bikerumor
08. November, 19:39 Uhr

Specialized is no stranger when it comes to provocative advertising for new saddles. To be fair, what should be an easily discussed topic often becomes a point of consternation at the retail level – just ask any bike shop employee who has dealt with a customer (male or female) who was too embarrassed to talk […] The post Specialized Women’s Power Saddle w/ MIMIC tech comforts the unmentionables...

Bikerumor
12. November, 19:30 Uhr

British titanium bike brand J.Laverack has evolved their popular J.Ack all-road bike into an even more capable gravel adventure bike – the new GRiT. Welded one-at-a-time with a mix of shaped titanium tubes, the Grit promises a smooth ride, lifelong durability, tons of tire clearance, and a surprisingly affordable price tag. J.Laverack GRiT semi-custom titanium adventure […] The post J.Laverack...

Bikerumor
15. November, 16:57 Uhr

Merida’s new 2019 Mission CX carbon cyclocross bike claims to be more race-oriented than its predecessor. With a lighter frame, improved tire clearance, updated standards, and reworked geometry that seems inspired by modern mountain bikes, the new Mission CX still retains a lot of the versatility that can make a cross bike great. Merida made […] The post Review: Merida Mission CX carbon...

Bikerumor
08. November, 13:51 Uhr

Spotted racing at the first stage of the Saitama Criterium earlier this week in Japan, Team Katusha Alpecin were riding some unique prototype drivetrain. Blacked out with electrical tape, there were no visible logos on what looks to be a next generation SRAM Red eTap groupset, but we can clearly count those 12 cogs on […] The post Sneak Peek: SRAM Red eTap 12 speed road prototypes, Quarq power...

Bikerumor
07. November, 16:49 Uhr

Apparently Ventum had something special to introduce at Ironman Kona, and it wasn’t a tri bike. Yesterday, the company officially announced the pre-order of their all new aero road bike, the NS1. Starting out with a goal of creating an aero road bike that was also impressively light, the NS1 relies on EPS molding and […] The post Ventum NS1 races in with light weight and UCI approved aero road...

Bikerumor
07. November, 15:47 Uhr

If you could spend an extra $10-20 on your bike and make every ride more comfortable, would you? I bet you would, and Ergon’s grips are one product that I found can do exactly that. This summer I got to try both the enduro-focused GE1 Evo Factory and the gravity-specific GD1 Factory grips. After riding […] The post Review: Ergon GE1 Evo Factory enduro & GD1 Factory downhill grips appeared...

Bikerumor
16. November, 12:01 Uhr

Photo submitted by Nick Noethe, “I took this photo in the middle of a 100 mile gravel race up on the cold north shore of Minnesota. Even though it looks nice and sunny it was bitterly cold out there. At this point in the race I had already been pushing it pretty hard and felt […] The post Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Two Harbors, Minnesota appeared first on Bikerumor.

Bikerumor
12. November, 14:01 Uhr

The new Dare GFX gravel gran fondo road bike gets a sleeker rear dropout system, improving the adjustable chainstay length design over last year’s prototype. The new rear end puts the axle system closer into the frame, which should enhance stiffness. The brake mounts are also tucked in better, but remain easily accessible from the […] The post Dare Gravel Fondo bike gets even sleeker, still...

Bikerumor
15. November, 12:03 Uhr

Riding structured plans inside on the trainer can be super boring. So Baron Biosystems has updated their Xert adaptive Smart Training platform to export your customized workouts as .ZWO files. So now you can ride your tailored workouts within the more immersive & interactive Zwift virtual riding ecosystem. Xert’s personalized Smart Workouts inside the Zwift […] The post Train smarter...

Bikerumor
07. November, 20:30 Uhr

For the past few years we’ve seen almost every tire maker come to the realization that tubeless makes an all around higher performance road tire. Having held a top spot in the premium road clincher market almost since the GP 4000’s debut fourteen years ago, Continental have finally adopted road tubeless with the next generation […] The post Continental GP 5000 TL goes tubeless, finally! New,...

Bikerumor
04. November, 00:14 Uhr

If you’re fighting for Zwift glory, making a fest of your suffering, or just trying to get stronger while the weather gets worse, you’ll soon have two new top of the line options for indoor cycling trainers. The upcoming JetBlack Cycling Volt is a ground up fresh design, giving them the opportunity to make it […] The post JetBlack, Xpedo planning high end smart indoor trainers for 2019 appeared...

Bikerumor
07. November, 19:18 Uhr

As the battle heats up for who has the most capable indoor training machine, Tacx is attacking on all fronts. No matter what you’re looking for, whether that’s a cycling treadmill, smart bike, or a direct mount smart trainer, Tacx has you covered. Now the brand is updating their top end direct mount trainer with […] The post Tacx Neo 2 Smart Trainer adds pedal stroke analysis & updates for...

Bikerumor
09. November, 14:11 Uhr

Back at Eurobike this summer we got an early peek at Scott’s 2019 road range. With more high-end women’s bikes, more Premium builds, and a classy look Scott goes light on the logos in earth tones and a healthy dose of tan wall tires & matching saddles. Check out Contessa and Gravel versions of the […] The post Premium Scott Addict & Foil road bikes get classy new look for 2019,...

Bikerumor
16. November, 12:48 Uhr

With the growing global demand for e-Bikes, there’s been a lot of development tech done specifically for their increased weight and power, but we’re starting to see some of that tech trickle over to “analog” bikes, too. TRP’s G-Spec DH bracelet uses an e-MTB compatible 2.3mm rotor, which has 9% better heat tolerance, and 35% […] The post Closeup look at TRP’s hybrid brake pistons, thicker DH...

Bikerumor
13. November, 12:01 Uhr

Photo submitted by Patrick Wood, “Riding my new Giant Revolt Advanced 0 through Indianapolis, I decided to enjoy some artwork hidden in plain sight” 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 […] The post Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Indy Commute appeared first on Bikerumor.

Bikerumor
12. November, 16:19 Uhr

The upcoming RST ELEV8 electronic dropper post is almost ready for action. They say the servo and electronics are done, they’re just working on the details to make sure both the remote and the receiver are fully waterproof. They’ve added a silicone cover to the receiver to protect it from rear tire mud splatter. We’re […] The post RST Electronic Dropper Seatpost almost ready, trail-worthy 20″...

Bikerumor
13. November, 12:45 Uhr

The Norco Sight is one of those e-mountain bikes that actually catches our attention. A carbon all-mountain e-MTB that offers proper modern trail geometry, tidy motor & battery integration, and proper performance spec. Because if you are already going to pony up a bunch of cash on a trail e-bike, you might as well have […] The post Norco Sight VLT all-mountain e-bike gets a boost to expand...

Bikerumor
14. November, 16:25 Uhr

When riding in the backcountry or just in under-developed areas, it can be hard to stay in touch with friends, with cell signals often weak or non-existent. But the new Power Talkie has a solution – connecting to your smartphone via Bluetooth, it creates its own private network where you can text, talk, and even […] The post Power Talkie delivers backcountry text, talk & map sharing without...

Bikerumor
16. November, 13:30 Uhr

The new Velocite Venn Var carbon rim claims to be the first-ever bicycle rim designed completely by A.I. The design was iterated through computational fluid dynamics software, and the project was led by CFD/AI expert and mechanical engineering professor Matthew Smith at the NCKU in Tainan. Using AI allowed their team to iterate designs much […] The post Velocite winds up first aero road bike...

Bikerumor
16. November, 15:50 Uhr

Dario Pegoretti’s legacy to carry on at NAHBS 2019 – “We can’t yet talk about losing our amazing friend – it’s still too near. But if Dario taught us anything, it was the ability to continue his work, developing the excellence and artistry of Italian frame building. And of course, to never turn the music down. […] The post Friday Roundup: Pre-Black Friday Deals, Podia, Mason x Voilé, True Grit...

Bikerumor
09. November, 12:52 Uhr

The upcoming Tioga Edge 22 trail mountain bike tire takes the concept of open space and runs it through a fresh filter. The idea is to make a front-specific tread design that very quickly creates a cornering edge as soon as you start leaning. Then, as you lean further into a corner, the outer knobs […] The post Tioga Edge 22 mountain bike tire goes wide down the middle; plus unique road tires...

Bikerumor
09. November, 16:20 Uhr

It’s been a few weeks since we stopped by The Gravel Lot, and their latest guest carry some local, national, and world wide clout. First up, TGL sits down with Olympic medalist and multi-national champion, Georgia Gould. They follow up next with local Paul Arlinghaus, and this week interview national champion Cody Kaiser. Episode 46: […] The post The Gravel Lot episodes 46-48: Georgia Gould,...

Bikerumor
05. November, 12:05 Uhr

Only last fall Pole shared how they ditched far away made carbon for local Finnish CNC machined aluminum for their enduro Machine. The switch for Pole was much more sustainable, both economically & environmentally. But it also meant that development and production times could be cut dramatically. After the Machine, this new Stamina is the […] The post Pole Stamina rapid prototypes new...

Bikerumor
06. November, 17:37 Uhr

Even on a hardtail (especially on a hardtail?), clearance for dropper posts is important. Dropper posts have had a profound effect on mountain biking, and because of that, the industry is trending towards longer travel numbers. But to run those longer posts, you’ll need a frame that will fit it. That’s where frame revisions like […] The post Why Cycles titanium S7 V2 hardtail drops the seat...

Bikerumor
07. November, 17:30 Uhr

While road tubeless is still slowly gaining in popularity, there are still a lot more bikes out there that run tubes. And for those that are willing to spend a little more for a better tube, Biketube has a new premium option. Their new Butane Black performance series tubes use a 0.73mm butyl rubber wall […] The post Biketube goes high end with Butane Black high performance road tubes appeared...

Bikerumor
06. November, 19:00 Uhr

It’s been a while since we last checked in with Detroit Cargo; the makers of leather goods. Luckily, we were able to catch up with the man behind the brand at the Philly Bike Expo to see a selection of what’s currently available. The Woodward Tool Bag – seen above – maintain its classic look […] The post Detroit Cargo stitches together leather bike essentials appeared first on Bikerumor.

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