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Bikerumor
03. April, 11:01 Uhr

Photo submitted by David Redding, “High school mountain bike racing in the SoCal superbloom!” 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: Victory at Vail Race – Temecula, California appeared first on Bikerumor.

Bikerumor
17. April, 15:00 Uhr

Colorado’s suspension upgrade & tuning specialists Push Industries are porting the same shim-less compression valve tech from their own ElevenSix shock over to RockShox forks with a new HC97 Charger damper. The new HC97 compression cartridge upgrade replaces the stock compression internals in recent Pike, Lyrik & Boxxer forks to deliver improved small bump sensitivity […] The post Push...

Bikerumor
15. April, 04:31 Uhr

If you’re looking for a premium mountain bike for your kids, Trailcraft Cycles has more sizes and options than ever with the new Blue Sky 20″ and Maxwell 26 Plus models. All of them ship with Trailcraft’s custom length spindles, offering shorter 127mm options on the tiny Blue Sky 20, up to Like the rest […] The post Trailcraft Cycles adds 20″ Blue Sky, Maxwell 26 Plus kids mountain bikes;...

Bikerumor
15. April, 15:21 Uhr

The creation of a direct-mount, narrow/wide chainring isn’t revolutionary, but is news coming from crank & ring maker Middleburn. Long known for their long-lasting forged aluminum cranksets with classic aesthetics, this is the first real update we’ve heard since machinists BETD took over British production of the Middleburn range a year and a half ago. […] The post Middelburn Uno cranks out...

Bikerumor
10. April, 12:07 Uhr

FSA sheds weight with their latest KFX mountain bike crank sets by machining, then bonding an interlocking two-piece design that promises a boost in stiffness & strength. But light hollow alloy cranks aren’t all they have in store this year. There’s also an extended AGX gravel bike cockpit line with aero bars & a new […] The post FSA KFX cranks lighten up in hollow CNC’d alloy, plus...

Bikerumor
02. April, 15:19 Uhr

Kask is launching an all-new off-road helmet, dubbed the Caipi. Featuring generous head coverage, and extended rear section, 250-290-gram weight, and 22 ventilation ports, it’s the new top-end MTB offering for this otherwise road-focused Italian company. Kask Caipi off-road MTB cycling helmet Kask is an Italian company that’s largely known for their road and aero […] The post Kask gets dirty...

Bikerumor
17. April, 17:47 Uhr

Current Belgian & European individual time trial champion Victor Campenaerts set a new Hour Record yesterday on the velodrome in Aguascalientes, Mexico. Clocking 55.089km in sixty minutes aboard a custom Ridley Arena TT track bike and all manner of customized kit, Campenaerts made it 563m or 1.03% further than Bradley Wiggins’ mark set in 2015. Let’s […] The post Victor Campenaerts sets...

Bikerumor
19. April, 14:00 Uhr

Expanding on their ‘tire suspension system’, CushCore is eyeing some lighter weight bikes in the future. Naturally, for a lighter weight wheel and tire, CushCore has developed a lighter weight tire insert designed to offer a smoother ride with more traction, better cornering, and increased tire and rim protection. Using the same idea as previous […] The post CushCore lightens up with XC &...

Bikerumor
04. April, 12:00 Uhr

Last summer during Crankworx Whistler, Bikerumor got a very limited sneak peek at a new bike from a new company- Cumberland, B.C.’s Forbidden Bikes. Since then Forbidden has named their high single pivot trail bike the Druid, and we now have tech specs and suspension details to share. After two years in development, Druid frame […] The post Forbidden no more- The wild looking Druid 29″ trail...

Bikerumor
05. April, 12:00 Uhr

Shimano announced a host of new mountain bike goodies, including updated entry-level components, new replacement-level 12-speed wheels and hubs, a value 4-piston hydraulic braking system, and a new hydraulic Alfine braking system for urban riders. The technology trickle-down continues – in a big way. Shimano Acera, Altus, and Tourney value MTB components While we don’t […] The post Shimano...

Bikerumor
11. April, 10:00 Uhr

Better known for their chain guides, cockpit, and overall gravity-focus, e*thirteen is now setting its sights on slightly less-rugged affairs. Called XCX, the new line uses their decade of World Cup downhill experience to enhance your gravel or XC mountain bike. It features a host of cranks, chainrings, and cassettes with wide-range gearing to keep your […] The post e*thirteen XCX hits gravel...

Bikerumor
18. April, 16:59 Uhr

TRW Active is among the growing number of drivetrain companies who are challenging behemoths like Shimano and SRAM. The key selling feature is typically a combination of price and unique features, as a way for consumers to get performance without completely emptying their wallets. We spotted a near-production version of TRW’s upcoming 1×12 mountain groupset […] The post Spotted: TRW Active...

Bikerumor
22. April, 22:30 Uhr

For today’s cross country racers, keeping their bikes light is still a major priority, yet race courses are getting rowdier and rougher. With these demands in mind, SRAM redesigned their Level Ultimate and TLM brakes, packing the most stopping power they could into the lightest packages possible. The new higher-spec Level levers and calipers have […] The post SRAM’s new Level Ultimate and TLM...

Bikerumor
09. April, 14:00 Uhr

If you’ve read my other stories about Otso, you’re probably aware that I’m a big fan of their Voytek fat bike. Mostly, that comes from the narrow Q-factor with the ability to run multiple tire sizes thanks to some clever engineering and their Tuning Chip dropout system. So when I heard that they were bringing […] The post Review: Otso Waheela C is a Swiss Army gravel bike that can do almost...

Bikerumor
16. April, 14:56 Uhr

For 2019, Donnelly Cycling will offer a new slate gray color on their GC carbon gravel road bike…and an electric version with motor assist that does something other e-gravel bikes haven’t: It keeps the same geometry as the analog version. It does this by using the Fazua motor system, which is one of the most […] The post Donnelly premium edition gravel & cyclocross tires coming; GC gravel...

Bikerumor
08. April, 18:36 Uhr

Remember when suspension forks were simple? And comparatively (by today’s standards) affordable for something decently rideable? There was a time when Marzocchi led riders’ wishlists, and now they’re back to reestablish themselves as the attainable aspiration for shredders on a budget. The new Z2 is aimed at the XC to Trail crowd with travel options […] The post Marzocchi Bomber Z2 revives a...

Bikerumor
04. April, 16:48 Uhr

Given Hope Tech’s position as a leader in terms of mountain bike hydraulic disc brakes, hubs, wheels, and more, it may be a bit odd to see them as a road/gravel company as well. But as co-founder Ian Weatherill puts it, Hope was originally more of a road and track company to begin with. Not […] The post Hydraulic Disc Road brakes not strong enough? Now there’s Hope, in colors appeared first on...

Bikerumor
03. April, 14:00 Uhr

SRAM has clearly been busy. Less than two months after launching the new RED eTap AXS group to the world, they’re already onto the next. That of course being the new SRAM Force eTap AXS group. As is often the case, the group is extremely similar to RED, but with some key differences that will […] The post SRAM Force eTap AXS unlocks 12 speed, Red-like performance for less appeared first on...

Bikerumor
12. April, 06:42 Uhr

Now working with Carson Storch, Cécile Ravanel and Isabeau Courdurier (among others) for their gravity and EWS efforts, Hutchinson Tires is rolling out their Racing Lab program to develop treads for the latest crop of talent. Which should mean better tires for all of us, and the first out of the lab is the Hutchinson […] The post Hutchinson Griffus enduro MTB tire launches their new Racing Lab...

Bikerumor
04. April, 10:17 Uhr

What is the actual environmental impact of trail building & mountain bike riding. What social impact does mountain biking have on a community? The Mountain Bikers of Santa Cruz (MBOSC) wanted to know more, so their Science Committee took a comprehensive look at existing research to summarize the impacts of mountain biking. Their motivation was first to look at impacts in their own […] The...

Bikerumor
03. April, 16:35 Uhr

For several years we’ve heard of their lower rolling resistance, and experienced firsthand the improved comfort & grip of larger road tires. But pro roadies have been resistant to change. That time for change seems to have come, as 28mm tubulars become de rigueur in the peloton of the World Tour. And lest we forget […] The post Pro roadies get fatter to go faster: Behind the Peloton at...

Bikerumor
05. April, 18:26 Uhr

The trail bike category is hot, but most of the options are aiming at the aggressive rider that’s looking for big bike performance in a lighter package. The other end of the spectrum is someone looking for a fun bike that handles like a regular mountain bike, perhaps someone coming from XC but looking for […] The post Review: Canyon Neuron AL trail mountain bike is easy to ride, hard to fault...

Bikerumor
13. April, 15:56 Uhr

The new Parlee RZ7 is their new top-level road bike, incorporating everything that makes a properly modern road bike into one speed machine. It’s aero, but also gets disc brakes and big tires, and the entire package is streamlined with hidden everything. It’s all possible thanks to plenty of custom designs and parts they’re making […] The post All-new Parlee RZ7 aero road bike hides everything...

Bikerumor
17. April, 22:29 Uhr

The new DVO Jade X launches later this summer, likely July, as an enduro version of the DH-oriented Jade coil shock. Functionally, the main difference is that rather than a full range dial, it switches the low speed compression adjustment to a three position lever with lockout, middle and descend modes. Inside, damping profiles were […] The post DVO gets ready for enduro with 180mm single-crown...

Bikerumor
17. April, 11:50 Uhr

The new 9point8 Stout stems are light, stiff, and offer a wider range of short sizes than most. They’re also offering more dropper seatpost offsets than anyone we’ve seen, including a reverse (forward) offset, for the new Fall Line R posts. But first, ever wonder where the name 9point8 came from? It’s the speed of […] The post 9point8 introduces lightweight Stout stems, forward offset dropper...

Bikerumor
11. April, 00:44 Uhr

The new Alchemy Ronin expands their drop bar category’s reach onto the gravel. The brand started with pure road bikes, then added a couple of “all road” models that could clear larger skinny tires. And they have a cyclocross bike. But this one is all-new from the ground up, not sharing any of the tubes […] The post Alchemy goes rogue w/ all-new Ronin gravel bikes, plus alternate Arktos 29er...

Bikerumor
17. April, 10:48 Uhr

After blowing up their Kickstarter launch and starting to ship their unique tire-holding wall mounts in 2015, Clug is back with two new sizes to fit today’s wider mountain bike tires. They’re also working on a suction cup mount that would let you attach whatever size Clug you need (they make five, see below) to […] The post Clug adds plus-sized wall mounts for your bike, prototype suction cup...

Bikerumor
21. April, 14:10 Uhr

Barfly has a new Race Mini out front mount that weighs in at just 32g, and they liked the idea of machining away extra material so much, they applied it to a lot more of their mounts, too. The Race Mini is $50 and is made for smaller computers, like the Wahoo Bolt. It comes […] The post Sea Otter Roundup: Barfly gets race light; Kogel spins new pulleys; Praxis adds powermeters appeared first on...

Bikerumor
16. April, 17:15 Uhr

Archer Components launched their D1x universal wireless shifter mod kit a couple years ago at Sea Otter, and now they’ve made a few improvements all around. Inside the control box, there’s a 1.4x faster motor that’s 1.5x more precise. And, it has 2.5x better battery life, thanks to better power management. They say it use […] The post Archer speeds up their wireless 1x mountain bike shifting...

Bikerumor
08. April, 14:01 Uhr

The all-new Zipp 3ZERO MOTO mountain bike wheels are a motocross inspired wheelset built around a single wall carbon fiber rim designed to act as part of your suspension. Zipp’s sole mission is to make you faster, and this unique design should do just that. But it took them a long time to get here, […] The post First Look! Zipp revs up MX inspired 3ZERO MOTO carbon mountain bike wheels!...

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