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29. März, 13:15 Uhr

Nestled away in the Pentland Hills just outside of Edinburgh, Scotland, Five Land Bikes are quietly making a name for themselves as quality steel bike frame builders. Stepping up the volume, Matt and Callum are now fabricating for Cotic and Swarf. If you’re thinking of buying bikes from either of these brands, it is highly […] The post Workshop Tour: Five Land Bikes steel frame building set-up...

Bikerumor
24. Dezember, 19:00 Uhr

While SRAM was founded and is based in the United States, they’ve managed to create quite a global footprint through both expansion and acquisitions over the years. One of their largest facilities outside of their Taichung factory and U.S. headquarters in Chicago is the drivetrain development facility in Schweinfurt, Germany. This location is focused on […] The post SRAM Headquarters Tour:...

Bikerumor
20. Dezember, 19:06 Uhr

Exept made their formal debut at Eurobike 2018, showing off an impressive collection of race and endurance road bikes. More impressive, though, was their manufacturing method, which allowed for a truly one-piece, monocoque front triangle with custom geometry. This isn’t easy to do, and it took them two years to finalize the process and find […] The post Factory Tour: How Exept makes premium...

Bikerumor
24. September, 18:45 Uhr

Lapierre’s flagship road Xelius SL is one bike that sees continuous evolution, even if not always obvious. The long time pro tour, stage racing carbon road bike gets lighter, more aero, and better integrated with rim or disc brakes. The new bike has even already won a French national road title, and a couple of stage wins […] The post 2019 Lapierre Xelius SL & Disc blend light & aero...

Bikerumor
27. Juli, 17:05 Uhr

Summit the Highest Peak in the Eastern US this Labor Day – Trek Travel salutes the season’s “last hurrah” with their new Asheville to Brevard Bike Tour this Labor Day. Guests will summit the highest peak in the eastern US, enjoy Southern-inspired cuisine, bluegrass music, and the local microbrew scene, relaxing for a few days […] The post Friday Roundup: Mount Mt. Mitchell, Have a Quick-Steep...

Bikerumor
19. Juli, 15:07 Uhr

It’s not like Peter Sagan needs any help standing out in the peloton, but now there’s another flashy reason to take notice. Coinciding with the start of the Tour de France, 100% launched a limited edition Peter Sagan collection with style befitting the World Champion. Starting with the current S2, Speedcraft, and Speedtrap models, the […] The post 100% shines with Limited Edition Peter Sagan...

Bikerumor
18. Juli, 08:14 Uhr

Photo submitted by Jos Koop, “Attached picture is shot last week near the Swiss/German border during a 4-day bikepacking trip which saw the two of us pass through four (4) villages called Beringe(n), located in 4 different countries (Switzerland, Luxemburg, Belgium, Netherlands). The vineyards that littered this area made for some very nice scenery.” We always love seeing photos from where...

Bikerumor
08. Juli, 23:26 Uhr

Ridley isn’t content to just make a fast aero bike, they need to have a bike that will get André Greipel to the finish line fresh, then set him up for the sprint against Sagan. His latest tool is the lighter, stiffer Ridley Noah Fast Disc, a next evolution aero road bike faster in aerodynamics, but also […] The post Ridley Noah Fast Disc aero road bike slips in Tour debut, plus rim brake model...

Bikerumor
27. Juni, 12:00 Uhr

Remember that crazy looking sensor that’s been at the front of a number of Argon18 race bikes? If so, you may recall that at Eurobike last year, the sensor which is designed to help you improve your CdA, or Aerodynamic Drag Coefficient, in real time is now part of a subsidiary of Argon18 called Notio […] The post Notio Konect Tour will teach customers first hand how to improve their aerodynamic...

Bikerumor
22. Juni, 18:12 Uhr

Ever wonder how those full custom kits are made? Or maybe what digital sublimation printing means? That’s all in a day’s work at Endura’s headquarters in Livingston, Scotland. While the majority of their catalog is not made in house, the entirety of Endura’s custom line is made right here. That’s part of the reason they […] The post Factory / HQ Tour: Endura’s custom sublimated clothing is made...

Bikerumor
08. Juni, 15:15 Uhr

The bicycle is a pure, noble invention, which is probably why it attracts so many people who have prior experience in other industries. Take Adrian Bedford, for example. With a long background in engineering and product design, after two years at Dyson, Adrian found himself working in the aerospace defense industry designing in-flight refueling systems. […] The post Swarf Cycles Tour: Scottish...

Bikerumor
04. Juni, 22:10 Uhr

Tucked into a small corner of Scotland, Shand Cycles is alive and well. Originally a solo custom frame building operation started by Steven Shand in 2003, Steven joined forces with Russell Stout 2010 in an attempt to grow the brand. That brought them to their current location in 2011, though it has since grown considerably […] The post Factory Tour: Shaping Shand (and Trillion) Cycles in...

Bikerumor
23. Mai, 16:39 Uhr

Shimano’s factory is a closely guarded fortress of modernity and manufacturing. Walk inside and you’re greeted with an amazingly spacious, clean lobby with cutaways of their top components for both cycling and fishing. It’s a surface level of finely crafted wood and metal and glass that is the perfect introduction to what is perhaps the […] The post Shimano Factory Tour – This is why they’re...

Bikerumor
02. April, 14:54 Uhr

Ready to invest in a Bridge Club? No, not the card game your grandma was fond of. We’re talking about Surly’s newest bike – named after the Minneapolis tradition of riding and congregating under certain bridges to perhaps share a beverage. While the name is certainly interesting, the bike is also a curious addition to […] The post Surly Bridge Club all road touring bike will help you get out...

Bikerumor
30. März, 13:31 Uhr

For a few years we’ve seen Velocipedo producing limited production bikes in titanium and carbon with a creative attention to finishing details. This year they were back at the Berlin show with three new bikes – a subtly glow-in-the-dark carbon Ghost Dog city bike, a ti urban commuter & touring bike called the TalisMan, and the […] The post BFS2018: Velocipedo sweats the creative urban &...

Bikerumor
17. März, 01:22 Uhr

This week, Watts & I are back in the shop, just before he takes off for the Croatan 150 gravel race. There’s a lot of crazy tech this week, along with our official invitation to all the shops watching to submit their own JRA or other shop humor for inclusion in a future episode of […] The post Bikerumor Friday Yard Sale #015 – Bike tours, crazy tech & shop repairs appeared first on...

Bikerumor
14. März, 20:51 Uhr

Grinding through the 9 to 5 rather than your gears and need a vacation? While it’s one thing to head off for a weekend with friends to explore a new city, it’s something else entirely to head to a new country and ride some of the best mountains and roads. That takes a lot of […] The post 14 things you need to know before booking a guided bicycle tour appeared first on Bikerumor.

Bikerumor
22. Februar, 15:15 Uhr

Mosaic’s new GT2 titanium 650b gravel bike is more adventure ready than the racier 700c model. It’s not just tire size that separates it, the bike gets a lower bottom bracket height and longer chainstays. That combo offers better stability and straight-line handling, a good thing when you’ve been on the bike for hours or […] The post NAHBS 2018: Mosaic adds a gravel tourer; No.22 adds stock...

Bikerumor
19. Februar, 21:03 Uhr

Last week we gave you a Sneak Peek at new carbon-reinforced gravel shoes coming soon from Quoc. Before you can even Kickstart them, you can win a pair. Back to what you can buy, DZR has a limited edition boot for women, blending tall boot style & on-the-bike function. And Sidi, long a fan of high […] The post Win Quoc Gran Tourer gravel shoes, buy stylish DZR Zurich boots, matte Sidis...

Bikerumor
17. Februar, 13:06 Uhr

Mentioned in our pre-show interview, Appleman delivered on time with this customer’s drop bar fat bike. It includes a number of firsts for builder Matt Appleman, including carbon rear rack mounts and a Gates Belt Drive system. The bike is a customer’s new ride, designed for racing the Tour Divide. The logos are a new […] The post NAHBS 2018: Appleman shows S&S-coupled drop bar travel fat...

Bikerumor
31. Januar, 15:00 Uhr

It’s been just about 23 years since paired spoke technology was first licensed by prolific inventor Rolf Dietrich. Since then, an incredible amount of technology has changed when it comes to the humble bicycle. Batteries are everywhere, carbon fiber is common place, and every marginal gain is celebrated as the next best thing. In spite […] The post Factory Tour: Paired spokes or not, Rolf Prima...

Bikerumor
29. Januar, 16:33 Uhr

It’s been 14 years since the introduction of the original Surly Pugsley. 14 Years! Given the aging platform, we weren’t all that surprised when we found out that the Surly Pugsley would be available as a frame only and no longer as a complete at Eurobike 2016. However, that seems to have changed with the […] The post Surly Pugsley 2.0 returns as a complete touring fat bike with bigger tires...

Bikerumor
27. Januar, 02:06 Uhr

When we visited HIA Velo, they opened the doors and gave us full access to their factory. Nothing was off limits, carte blanche to shoot whatever we wanted. Our host Sam Pickman walked us through the entire process of building their Allied Cycle Works carbon fiber road bikes, from start to finish. In this video, […] The post HIA Velo factory tour: This is how they make carbon frames, start to...

Bikerumor
12. Januar, 14:01 Uhr

For many road cyclists the Spring Classics, and specifically the cobbled Classics or Monuments, are the most exciting road races of the year. Always an opportunity for a brave & strong rider to make their mark, races like the Ronde van Vlaanderen and Paris-Roubaix are also some of the most fun to spectate in person. Perennial […] The post Ride inside Paris-Roubaix & Tour of Flanders...

Bikerumor
29. Dezember, 14:54 Uhr

TwinSix is, perhaps refreshingly, making the most of their development efforts by keeping a good thing interesting by simply offering new colors. Their Standard Rando debuted years back (and added a titanium model in 2016) and has since released in Blaze Orange and Sky Blue colorways, along with bib and jersey kits to match. Now, […] The post TwinSix Standard Rando touring road bike shines in...

Bikerumor
01. Dezember, 16:23 Uhr

One of a few new bikes that Surly launched (or will launch soon) from Saddle Drive, the Pack Rat has arrived. Aptly named, the Pack Rat is all about brining your gear along – only on the front of your bike rather than the rear. Technically, the Pack Rat is in the style of a […] The post Surly Pack Rat front loads w/ two wheel sizes for new light touring rig appeared first on Bikerumor.

Bikerumor
27. Juli, 18:16 Uhr

Our Kenda Factory Tour started off showing how bicycle tires are made, from raw rubber all the way through the finished product. Part Two shows how they make inner tubes. The rubber processing is similar up to a point, but then it’s put through an additional screening process before extrusion, cutting, sealing and testing. What’s […] The post Kenda Tire Factory Tour: Part 2 – How they make...

Bikerumor
25. Juli, 16:43 Uhr

Kenda is one of the largest bicycle tire manufacturers in the world, and they make car, ATV, scooter and various other tires, too. We took a tour of their bicycle tire factory in the Yuanlin Township, Changhua County, in Taiwan. Turns out they also make inner tubes here, which is in Part 2, and cooler than […] The post Kenda Tire Factory Tour: Part 1 – How they make bicycle tires appeared first...

Bikerumor
14. Juli, 00:25 Uhr

On our way to PressCamp, we swung by Niner Bikes’ shiny new Fort Collins, CO, headquarters to see how they’ve grown up since the last time we visited. While there, we not only got the tour, but also a private screening of Rebecca Rusch’s new Red Bull film, Blood Road, and an exclusive look at […] The post Headquarters Tour: Niner Bikes’ Fort Collins HQ, plus exclusive look at prototype RLT Full...

Bikerumor
04. Juli, 17:03 Uhr

Sunweb’s sprinter Michael Matthews was on a new disc brake bike from team sponsor Giant for the road start of the Tour de France this week. It’s not the first disc brake Giant the we’ve seen Sunweb race, having detailed Bert De Backer’s Defy Disc in this year’s Spring Classics. This pre-production Giant Propel Disc not […] The post Spotted: Giant Propel Disc prototype aero road bike raced at...

Bikerumor
29. Juni, 19:58 Uhr

Oakley’s annual tradition of limited edition Tour de France editions continues, this year with matte white frames speckled with subtle yellow graphics. The frames all use their Prizm Road lenses, which lean toward the rose tint with an uncanny ability to make the pavement pop. Or, at least, make the lane markers and surrounding grass […] The post 2017 Oakley Tour de France cycling sunglasses...

Bikerumor
09. Juni, 11:01 Uhr

Reader Dave Schweikert who just so happens to also be a quality management engineer at SRAM is out on his bike riding across the USA (and from one SRAM office to the next) as part of a personal fundraising project for World Bicycle Relief that he is calling Tour de SRAM USA 2017. He’s recently just […] The post Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Tour de SRAM USA to benefit World Bicycle Relief appeared...

Bikerumor
31. Mai, 18:46 Uhr

Few brands elicit as emotional a response as Specialized, and to walk around their offices, the passion is pervasive. And it’s easy to see why. Behind these doors are the usual assortment of cubicles and desks, but they’re tucked around huge open spaces, killer play areas, a massive R&D lab, and an entire room dedicated […] The post Headquarters Tour: Specialized’s amazing home base, plus...

Bikerumor
02. Mai, 16:26 Uhr

Hans Rey is back with another epic adventure, this time through Italy. Starting at the Amalfi coast, and pedaling their way through Pompeii, Vesuvio, Napoli, and finally the island of Ischia, the TransNapoli Urban adventure is a great film put together by Cedric Tassan /VTOPO, and features Hans Rey, Ottavio Massa, Silvia Rey, and Julian […] The post Video: Hans Rey rides TransNapoli on urban...

Bikerumor
13. Februar, 15:30 Uhr

Popular online cycling platform, Zwift, announced that their National Championship will return on February 24, 2019. The second annual event will host both men’s and women’s competition on the Watopia 18.4 mile (29.8km) Figure 8 Loop. If you want to represent your country and compete for global glory from the comfort of your own indoor trainer, […] The post Zwift National Championships return...

Bikerumor
07. Februar, 12:30 Uhr

Last autumn Eddy Merckx gave us a detailed first look at the complete overhaul of their all-around stage race bike, the new 525. Now together with AG2R La Mondiale the 525 gets a concrete date for its racing debut. Plus, we have a glimpse at another all-new bike, a light & stiff versatile climbing bike called the Stockeu69… Eddy […] The post Sneak Peek: Eddy Merckx Stockeu69 light road...

Bikerumor
24. Juli, 18:30 Uhr

Crossed Tourmalet. Very good road. Perfectly feasible. Those were the words sent by assistant Tour Director Alphonse Steinès just days after nearly dying while trying to cross the Tourmalet pass in the Pyrenees. Clearly, Alphonse told a bit of a lie in his telegram to the office of Tour Director Henri Desgrange. In spite of his […] The post EB18: FiftyOne Steinès limited edition gravel bike...

Bikerumor
25. Juni, 16:43 Uhr

Pirelli is a relative newcomer to the world of cycling, but they’re no stranger when it comes to racing. As the official tire sponsor of Formula One, what better place to announce their latest partnership than the track of an upcoming Grand Prix? Even better – the announcement that Mitchelton-Scott will partner with Pirelli for […] The post Pirelli uses France F1 venue to announce...

Bikerumor
19. November, 00:11 Uhr

This week we saw the highlights from Philly Bike Expo, all recapped in a special section below, featuring work by legends like Bilenky, Winter, Bishop and more. Another legend in the industry had his bike showcased with our first impressions of the new Ritchey Outback. Fast forward to modern day, and gravel is all the […] The post This Week’s Best Posts! Philly Bike Show recap, Reviews, Kenda...

Bikerumor
11. August, 16:30 Uhr

We recently had visited Unior in Slovenia to go behind the scenes to see how bike tools are still being made in Europe. In a time when so much production, whether bikes or accessories, has moved over to Asian producers who deliver the same quality at lower labor costs, it is refreshing to see real […] The post Factory Tour: Unior Tools Part 1, bike tools born out of European forges appeared...