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Bikerumor 08. September, 23:00 Uhr

3T essentially built its company on road cockpits, and they continue to refine their product line-up to cater to the needs of the changing roadie. At the same times as pruning their overall bar offerings, 3T debuts three completely new ergonomic handlebar shapes that address how many of us actually ride these days, all with […] The post EB17: 3T SuperGhiaia, SuperErgo & SuperLeggera reshape...

Bikerumor 08. September, 18:11 Uhr

It’s not often that Chris King has a new product, but new colors? That’s a different story. Continuing their trend towards limited edition colors of the matte variety, Chris King himself was on hand at Eurobike to show off their new Matte Punch color along with the rest of their product line. Shown in everything […] The post EB17: Chris King mixes up Matte Punch pink as next limited edition...

Bikerumor 19. September, 11:01 Uhr

Photo submitted by Craig Rogers, “Last year, I relocated to Portugal and live in the Algarve Hills. This photo is high up in the Algarve Hills, right on the border with the Alentejo region.” We always love seeing photos from where you are riding and are happy to share them with our readers around the world […] The post Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Algarve, Portugal appeared first on Bikerumor.

Bikerumor 04. September, 15:30 Uhr

Not that long ago, Box went up against the drivetrain giants with their own MTB drivetrain. After years in development, the drivetrains finally started landing about this time last year – but now Box is already making a big change. Namely, that involves a big change to the shifter. The unique PushPush design is gone […] The post EB17: Box pulls away from PushPush w/ new shifters, adds cheaper...

Bikerumor 12. September, 19:43 Uhr

I was warned. Before even showing up to Squamish, BC, I was told that the rides this year would be a little more gnarly. And yet, here I was getting ready to roll into some of the steepest and longest rock slabs I’ve yet to attempt – at least since my shoulder injury a few […] The post First Ride: Kona’s new Process CR 27.5 is an instant confidence boost in challenging terrain appeared first on...

Bikerumor 11. September, 13:43 Uhr

Absoluteblack’s oval chainring collection continue to grow with new options for Shimano Dura-Ace 9100 and Ultegra R8000, plus direct mount oval rings for Easton EC90SL carbon cranks. The Shimano-compatible rings will come in 34, 36 and 38 tooth small ring sizes (31-41 grams each), and 50 and 52 tooth large rings (120-137g). Prices will range […] The post EB17: Absoluteblack adds oval chainrings...

Bikerumor 18. September, 18:30 Uhr

It’s rare that my first ride on a new bike starts above 14,000 feet. But that was exactly where I found myself along with the new Mondraker Foxy RR SL. As part of their U.S. launch, we were about to drop down the side of Pike’s Peak – which would be the first time for […] The post First Ride: Mondraker Foxy RR SL descends into the U.S. with longer travel, lighter carbon appeared first on...

Bikerumor 09. September, 16:22 Uhr

With the rise of enduro and gravel, it just made sense that someone pieced the two together for a road kit tailored to the longer distance (aka “endurance”) events like Grinduro. And since Giro’s the primary sponsor of that event, their new Chrono One kit fits the bill. The Chrono One is a one-piece jersey-and-shorts […] The post EB17: Giro road kit goes enduro, plus new helmet & mountain...

Bikerumor 08. September, 14:43 Uhr

Preparing for the 2018 season, Thomson has been busy. The iconic component maker has been absent from the spotlight for a bit, but based on their Eurobike showing it looks like they have a lot in the works. For mountain bikes, the brand unveiled their new Elite TR 35 bar and stem line up which […] The post EB17: Thomson adds 35mm bars and stems, carbon posts, aluminum drop bars, and tees up...

Bikerumor 15. September, 18:45 Uhr

Easton has just uncovered a new lightweight, oversized disc brake road bike hub as part of their new EA90 SL Disc wheelset. Calling the hubset stronger, lighter and more versatile it gets its first ride in the new premium aluminum EA90SL wheelset. But Easton suggested that we should expect to see it popping up in more road […] The post Easton Vault spins out oversized road disc brake hub in new...

Bikerumor 06. September, 23:31 Uhr

Lezyne has licensed FormMount’s stem-bolt GPS cycling computer mount design to create their new Direct X-Lock mounts. More than just a rebrand, Lezyne is licensing only the design, but manufacturing their offering on their own, using their own materials…like a composite matrix infused with super strong fibers. Their engineer behind the product says they’ve “significantly […] The post EB17:...

Bikerumor 06. September, 17:00 Uhr

WTB has taken several of their most popular cyclocross and gravel road bike tires and given them the tan skinwall treatment. Functionally they’re the same as the all-black counterparts, remaining tubeless ready and with the same weights, just different aesthetics. They’re even the same price at $54.95 each. Sizes and claimed weights are: Nano – […] The post EB17: WTB adds tan sidewall options...

Bikerumor 12. September, 15:03 Uhr

It’s been a long time since Sunn has shone on the pop culture of cycling. After many years at the top of the game in downhill, seeing factory pilot Nicolas Vouilloz and company deliver 10 world championships aboard their bikes, the brand went into bankruptcy in 2013. Now, they have a new owner, and an impressively detailed […] The post EB17: Sunn shines again with brilliant new gravel/endurance...

Bikerumor 08. September, 11:29 Uhr

Industry reader Dominik Kappus who works for one of Shimano’s biggest European distributors, Paul Lange, sent in this photo of the morning mist on his ride to work in Waiblingen, Germany adding, “That’s how the day needs to start, commuting-deluxe.” We always love seeing photos from where you are riding and are happy to share […] The post Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Waiblingen, Germany morning...

Bikerumor 11. September, 15:36 Uhr

BB 386 EVO is one of those ‘standards’ that has been slow to take off, but enough manufacturers seem to be using it by now that bottom bracket makers have taken note. The key difference is the addition of bottom brackets specifically for 24mm or 24/22mm spindles like those used on standard Shimano or SRAM […] The post EB17: Wheels Manufacturing adds 386EVO bottom brackets for 24mm spindles, T47...

Bikerumor 13. September, 16:30 Uhr

When hardtail frames are your bread and butter, it’s probably only a matter of time before you start thinking about titanium. Until now Chromag has stuck to producing chromoly hardtails exclusively, but it seems even the ‘steel is real’ crowd can’t resist the lure of lightweight, forgiving titanium. The popular Surface 29/27.5+ all-mountain model was […] The post Chromag Ti’s one on with the...

Bikerumor 15. September, 15:03 Uhr

Like their racier mountain bike sibling, Genesis has a bunch of new bikes to show for the upcoming season. Two completely new bikes – the steel road plus Fugio & carbon XC hardtail Mantle – are the biggest updates, expanding Genesis’ adventure and mountain bike ranges even more. But there are also other updates to […] The post 2018 Genesis bikes go road plus, XC carbon, and more new bikes...

Bikerumor 14. September, 12:01 Uhr

Scope Cycling rolled onto our radar on the road just about a year ago with their reasonably priced, aero tubeless carbon clinchers for disc brake road bikes. We have a set of their mid-depth R4d wheels in for a long term test now, and have been very pleased with them even getting them dirty on […] The post EB17: Scope O2 rolls off-road with lightweight carbon tubeless XC mountain bike wheels...

Bikerumor 04. September, 14:00 Uhr

Mirrors may not be everybody’s cup of tea. But for those who do rock the reflective appendage, vibrations can often make viewing the surroundings a headache. Sehen seems to have the fix with their new vibration resistant mirror. A stiff construction works in tandem with a secure mounting bracket to prevent shaking and rattling. Jump […] The post The Sehen bike mirror eliminates vibrations to...

Bikerumor 01. September, 07:01 Uhr

Just after seeing that wild riser drop bar on the TºRed bikes, we spotted this Soma Condor. Using a 46mm rise from center combined with a 98mm drop, it keeps you riding upright while still offering multiple hand positions. Claimed weight is 320g, available only with a 31.8mm center clamp section, and in three widths […] The post Euro-Bites 2017: Day two finds from Soma, Argo, Sapim, Huckepack...

Bikerumor 21. September, 03:05 Uhr

Go ahead and count ’em, Phil Wood has crammed 13 cogs into a gravel road bike. Sure, it’s a custom frame, but they’ve managed to do it with only a few hacks and mostly off-the-shelf 11-speed drivetrain parts from Shimano and OneUp Components. Here’s how: Their 13-speed prototype setup based on a standard 11-40 Shimano […] The post IB17: Phil Wood shows prototype wide range 13-speed road group,...

Bikerumor 05. September, 11:30 Uhr

Last year, Argon 18 showed off a drag detection and body motion analysis system that was completely integrated into a prototype bike. By Taipei Cycle Show this spring, it had shrunk to a bar-mounted design. Now, it’s in its final form factor and ready to show you all the ways you could be better. The […] The post EB17: Notio Konect measures aero drag, power & more, all from your handlebars...

Bikerumor 14. September, 18:00 Uhr

Feedback Sports continues their growth through acquisition with their new Chain Keeper. Originally developed by Butter, they’ve bought the design rights and will produce their own version while allowing Butter to continue making and selling theirs separately. But, it’s not just a carbon copy, the Feedback Sports model will come with dropout fittings for both […] The post EB17: Feedback Sports...

Bikerumor 06. September, 11:02 Uhr

Photo submitted by Scott Weiss, “Taken 8/30/2017… 3 riders taking in the beauty of Yellowstone Lake from Gull Pointe Drive. The morning was crisp, so the views were serene and clear.  I was the 4th rider and photographer.” We always love seeing photos of your rides and are happy to share them with our readers around the […] The post Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Yellowstone Lake, Wyoming appeared...

Bikerumor 13. September, 14:45 Uhr

The new Breezer Doppler is a butted chromoly steel touring bike that’s built around 650B wheels, with a little more traditional geometry than the slacker Radar, but not as steep as a pure road bike. Joe Breeze wanted something classic, but that would handle really well even when fully loaded. Max tire up to 650B […] The post EB17: Breezer Doppler Pro steel 650B touring bike doubles as Cafe city...

Bikerumor 07. September, 13:08 Uhr

Gravel bikes were big at Eurobike. A number of brands that were new to the space had bikes of their own, while those who have been building fat tire drop bar bikes for awhile were tweaking their designs to take advantage of new standards and bigger tires. Among those brands, one of the originators of […] The post EB17: Redesigned OPEN U.P. improves on the original with an U.P.P.E.R. influence...

Bikerumor 07. September, 11:31 Uhr

The rubber topped Cambium saddles from Brooks have started to make a name for themselves for urban commuters as a more weatherproof alternate to the classic leather saddles. But even then the cotton canvas fibers embedded in the natural rubber would absorb water and degrade after extended exposure to the elements. So Brooks looked at […] The post EB17: Brooks Cambium All Weather waterproofs...

Bikerumor 05. September, 18:13 Uhr

SRAM quietly introduced the XDR freehub body some time ago, but really hadn’t pushed a lot of knowledge about it out into the interwebz. XDR, which stands for “XD Road”, is simply a modified version of their mountain-bike XD Driver Body that was introduced with XX1. That system was designed to allow for a wider […] The post SRAM explains XDR freehub body, which will make 12-speed road possible...

Bikerumor 13. September, 13:06 Uhr

Magura’s Vyron electronic dropper post still works by normal hydraulics, but it’s controlled wirelessly with a Bluetooth ANT+ remote. The concept allows for quick installation and removal, a boon for anyone that frequently travels with their bike. The downside of their design, so far anyway, has been that it’s rather slow to react compared to mechanically […] The post EB17: Magura Vyron...

Bikerumor 20. September, 01:30 Uhr

Shimano showed off their new shoe collection just prior to Eurobike, but we used Interbike’s Outdoor Demo to get a closer look. Along for the ride are their newest mountain bike pedals, from the completely revised Saint lineup that includes both flats and SPDs, to the XT-level flat pedal and a budget model that takes […] The post IB17: Shimano stomps out all-new Saint, XT pedals; closeup look...

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