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Bikerumor 15. November, 22:27 Uhr

It’s somewhat hard to believe that in all of their years of making bicycle tires, this was the first time Kenda has held a press launch at one of their test facilities. But in a roundabout way, that’s sort of why Kenda was welcoming us to the new Kenda American Technology Center in Akron, OH. […] The post With on-site test track, American Technology Center is upping Kenda’s tire game appeared...

Bikerumor 15. November, 13:32 Uhr

So this isn’t for everyone, but for those who need to securely haul longer, bulkier items on a bike, the new T-Rack bike rack attachment might be your solution. For people who use a bike to move around town, it can often be a struggle of lashing gear to your bike in hopes that odd-shaped […] The post Haul your board & more with the T-Rack bike rack appeared first on Bikerumor.

Bikerumor 08. November, 15:09 Uhr

Bilenky was not always “Bilenky”- which is why the standout bike of his booth this year did not feature his name. The twenty-five year old pink tandem had a Sterling head badge, but the bike was clearly all Stephen Bilenky. It was designed and built for heavily loaded cross-country touring, complete with typical touring fixins’ […] The post PBE17: Stephen Bilenky’s Sterling Custom Deluxe super...

Bikerumor 16. November, 16:34 Uhr

Along with advanced helmet design, TLD has always been about the look. Originally, the A1 Drone was launched as sort of the antithesis of the original A1. Where the first version of the A1 was clad in gold and literally quite flashy, the Drone edition came along with more muted matte colors that seemed more […] The post TLD A1 Drone helmet returns just in time for the holidays appeared first on...

Bikerumor 16. November, 23:35 Uhr

When it comes to limited edition saddles, WTB does it right. Rather than just creating a limited edition product for the sake of it, WTB is continuing their habit of supporting worthy causes with some of the proceeds. Not only that, but the limited edition saddles are also priced the same as their every day […] The post Portion of WTB USA Volt sales to benefit American Red Cross and victims of...

Bikerumor 09. November, 16:15 Uhr

Silca continues to celebrate their 100 year anniversary with more limited edition bags for getting around by bike. Their two new made-in-the-US bags build on their black & red quilted aesthetic, this time using recycled inner tubes. Rapha on the other hand is again expanding their Essentials luggage lineup, with two sizes of travel backpacks, […] The post Silca, Rapha pack up several new...

Bikerumor 14. November, 15:30 Uhr

Welcome to Tire Tech, Bikerumor’s new mostly-weekly series on bicycle tires. Like our Suspension Tech and AASQ series, we want to hear from you so we can get answers to the questions you have about tires, whether it’s road, cyclocross, fat, plus, gravel, or mountain bike. The simple question is “What’s the proper tire pressure […] The post Tire Tech: What’s the proper tire pressure for mountain...

Bikerumor 02. November, 01:44 Uhr

When it comes to fork, it’s pretty easy to know what you’re getting should you upgrade. Just get a tapered steerer and match the axle type and the travel and you’re good to go. With shocks, it’s a little trickier. OK, a lot trickier. There are more measurements to account for, and those aren’t always […] The post Suspension Tech: What do shock eye-to-eye, stroke & width measurements mean?...

Bikerumor 15. November, 18:01 Uhr

Cameras won’t keep you safe out on the road, but if something does happen – at least you’ll have physical evidence. In a world where law enforcement almost always seems to side with drivers, that can mean the difference between a slap on the wrist or actually holding drivers accountable. Because of that, devices like […] The post Cycliq builds better Flies with smaller, lighter, better...

Bikerumor 31. Oktober, 19:19 Uhr

It’s Halloween which means way too much candy, and hopefully some fun rides. It also means that a number of our favorite movie makers have released special clips just in time for trick or treating. First up, one of our favorite filmmakers, Casey Neistat, spoofs on one of our favorite movies, Star Wars, on one […] The post Halloween Video Roundup: Star Wars Speeder eBikes with Jesse and Casey...

Bikerumor 16. November, 12:00 Uhr

Photo submitted by Nicolò Martinello, “A sunny day on the ancient Appian way the day before the Campagnolo Granfondo Roma.” 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: The Appian Way, Italy appeared first on...

Bikerumor 16. November, 13:31 Uhr

So surely a bunch of mountain bikers have succumbed to the uncontrollable need to make sure Apple executives have plenty of expendable income to buy their family members exotic sports cars for Christmas. Yes, you bought a new iPhone and Quad Lock has the case to keep it save and strapped to your handlebars. Quad […] The post Quad Lock your new iPhone X to the handlebar appeared first on Bikerumor.

Bikerumor 03. November, 19:02 Uhr

The carbon Disc Road Bike has been one of Argonaut’s most popular bikes since its origins under the auspices of a gravel bike back at NAHBS in 2014. Since then, disc brakes on the road have become less a compromise and more of the mainstream solution. So Argonaut have overhauled the Disc Road Bike to fit fatter […] The post Argonaut updates lighter, fatter, domestically sourced carbon Disc Road...

Bikerumor 06. November, 13:26 Uhr

In 2018, Aqua Blue will become the first modern pro team to race a 1x drivetrain in the pro peloton. They’ll be aboard the new 3T Strada, which debuted this spring as a purpose built aero road bike with absolutely no accommodation for a front derailleur. The team has partnered with SRAM and will be […] The post Aqua Blue will race this 3T Strada 1×11 aero road bike in the pro peloton appeared...

Bikerumor 16. November, 17:31 Uhr

Do you love New York? It’s a city that a lot of people take pride in calling home, like the folks at both Brilliant and Brooklyn Bicycle Co. for starters. Like any big city, it’s also heavily congested and an ideal place to get around via pedal power. Check out a few commuter bikes coming […] The post Brilliant Bicycle Co. L Train & Brooklyn Bikes’ new 3-speeders keep NYC commuters rolling...

Bikerumor 13. November, 21:22 Uhr

With the introduction of the Wahoo Bolt joining smaller GPS cycling computers like the Garmin Edge 820 and Polar M460, the one-size-fits-all out-front mount was stranding the little digital companions far offshore of the handlebar. Some brands have built in dual position mounts, but HideMyBell decided on a purpose-built, compact mount specific to the smaller […] The post HideMyBell Mini...

Bikerumor 13. November, 17:11 Uhr

After Chris McNally put this early test production version of the all-new Ibis Hakka MX through its paces in the New Belgium Ramble Ride in Asheville, we picked it up for long term testing. A few rides in under two different riders, early impressions are very positive. Considering it came to us after hauling a […] The post Ibis Hakka MX gravel monstercross bike – First rides & actual...

Bikerumor 16. November, 20:29 Uhr

The title says it all – Just Another Whistler Edit. Well, if you’r Bernard Kerr, it’s just another edit. For mere mortals it’s a an epic mashup of creative lines, big airs, and stoppie landings. What makes the clip even better is that this was on Whistler’s closing day after Bernard sat out half the […] The post Video Roundup: Bernard Kerr does Whistler, Kerry Werner in Kona Cross, and the Road...

Bikerumor 08. November, 12:51 Uhr

Drew Guldalian, the builder at Engin Cycles, has been very busy. A few years ago, in addition to his extremely well-tooled shop of manual machinery and to up the game on his beautifully and cleanly welded titanium frames, he acquired a CNC mill and started going to town on custom, house-made dropouts. More recently, however, […] The post PBE17: Engin Cycles flexes new process chops with...

Bikerumor 15. November, 18:30 Uhr

The end of Daylight Savings time has put an abrupt halt to the after work trail sessions that many of us northern hemisphere readers had been trying to sneak in during the week. But no need to fret, the early onset of winter darkness just means more opportunity to get in some night rides. Every […] The post 11 Mountain Bike Lights to get you thru winter – Cateye, NiteRider, Light & Motion,...

Bikerumor 06. November, 21:09 Uhr

There was no question that of all the Eurobikes I’ve attended, this one was the most electric. And we’re not talking about the atmosphere. Countless conversations with European brand managers, dealers, and even a few consumers revealed the same thing – there are a lot of consumers who seem to want e-bikes. Even brands like […] The post Hands on: Shimano STEPS E8000 e-MTB components make their...

Bikerumor 18. November, 01:17 Uhr

The new Shimano XC5 gravel road bike shoe debuted at Interbike, and where we got the full rundown directly from their product manager. We picked up a pair and have been using them for all sorts of rides since, and they’ve proven far more versatile than billed. We’ve also noticed a few details they didn’t […] The post Review: Shimano XC5 gravel shoes are the perfect do-it-all cycling footwear...

Bikerumor 09. November, 02:04 Uhr

IMBA’s annual Dig In Campaign launched this month and promises to raise awareness and funds in support of 68 trail building projects spanning 31 states. In total the program includes more than 500 miles of improved or new trails across the country from California to Maryland. By working with local chapters, IMBA is able to […] The post IMBA’s 2017 Dig In Campaign to create 500 miles of trail in...

Bikerumor 01. November, 19:27 Uhr

Saris Cycling group has grown a lot in their 40 years of business. From building their first racks inside an old chicken coop, to becoming a U.S. manufacturing powerhouse, a lot has changed since Sara and Chris decided to combine their names to form Saris. Now, with a number of brands under the same roof, […] The post Saris drops Cycling Group from name, Cycleops, Powertap, and Bike Fixation...

Bikerumor 01. November, 14:30 Uhr

If you’re unaware of Strava’s influence in the world of athletic endeavors, their newly updated Global Heatmap makes for a powerful visual. Created to display all of the activities recorded by their extensive community of users, it’s a mind-bending amount of information and aggregates data gathered across 31 different activity types. Whether you run, ride, […] The post Strava Global Heatmap...

Bikerumor 30. Oktober, 13:06 Uhr

Maryland’s Truth BMX has recently added two new frames to their lineup. One is aimed at serious racers, while the other targets taller freestyle riders. With the addition of the new titanium Main Event, Truth’s flagship race bike is now available in each of the most common frame materials. For bigger street riders who like […] The post Truth BMX announces ti Main Event, and longer 22” steel...

Bikerumor 17. November, 18:45 Uhr

In the words of my friend Sherman, “You want a good bike? Just get a Santa Cruz. They pop those things out like a vending machine.” That may be an oversimplified way of looking at things, but it does carry some truth. It’s taken decades for Santa Cruz to get to this point, but now […] The post Long Term Review: Four Seasons with the Santa Cruz Bronson appeared first on Bikerumor.

Bikerumor 14. November, 13:01 Uhr

After five years of travel on roads & tracks across the glove, we caught up with Franzi & Jona in Germany to do some shorter rides and talk about adventure by bike. The pair has some unique insight as to what it takes to spend an indefinite amount of time bikepacking far from home and offered […] The post Bikepacking behind the scenes and Q&A with Tales on Tyres appeared first on...

Bikerumor 07. November, 15:58 Uhr

It was not a surprise to anyone to hear that Chris Bishop would take home the People’s Choice Award for the 2017 Philadelphia Bike Expo. His iridescent pink laser bike had a way of stopping everyone in their tracks as they rounded the back corner of the hall. The bike’s customer collaborated with Bishop and […] The post PBE17: Bishop Bikes wins Philly’s People’s Choice with out of this world...

Bikerumor 02. November, 10:51 Uhr

Photo submitted by Vincent Caraby of the road he uses when he wants to go for a quick ride. He says the graffiti is regularly renewed. Click on the photo for full view. We always love seeing photos from where you are riding and are happy to share them with our readers around the world here […] The post Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Angers, France appeared first on Bikerumor.

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