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Bikerumor
20. November, 19:41 Uhr

When I shared I was visiting Slovenia, reactions fell into two camps. “Why Slovenia?” some friends asked through squinted eyes, trying to triangulate where exactly it was on the map. The other was an elated “Slovenia!” followed with a rush of memories and eager advice on what to see and how much I’ll enjoy it. The […] The post Where To Ride: A gravel bike adventure in Slovenia appeared first on...

Bikerumor
06. Mai, 15:14 Uhr

The updated Velo Orange Pass Hunter is aimed at sports tourers and randonneurs, or roadies that just want bigger, fatter tires. And maybe some options should they decide to explore more. Check that out, and their very sleek Polyvalent step-thru city bike, Flat Pack fork rack, and more below, right after their Remote Otter video […] The post Velo Orange’s killer new touring/rando & city...

Bikerumor
27. September, 07:20 Uhr

We’re headed to Thailand this fall to tour Vee Tire Co’s plantation and factory, so while there we figured we may as well check out the riding that helps inform their tire designs. And what better way than to join the country’s largest enduro race? After checking out the details, we thought it worth sharing. […] The post Thai on a new mountain bike adventure at the Chiang Mai Enduro in Thailand...

Bikerumor
14. Dezember, 17:25 Uhr

Win this Restrap x Temple Cycles loaded tourer – Temple Cycles & Restrap bags have teamed for a competition to give away a killer adventure touring setup: a do-it-all bike and enough bags to outfit every commute, bikepack or heavy loaded tour you can dream up. The ride is a UK built-to-order Reynolds 725 steel Temple Adventure […] The post Friday Roundup: Win Mosaic CX or Temple x Restrap...

Bikerumor
23. Juni, 18:24 Uhr

The Long Haul Trucker has been a staple of the Surly Bike line since way back in 2007. It wasn’t until 2012 that the platform was updated with a disc brake version, and since then it’s been relatively untouched. Since nothing ever stays the same, the Disc Trucker is finally getting an update. Don’t worry […] The post Surly Disc Trucker gets first update in years, still built with long haul...

Bikerumor
13. Mai, 16:20 Uhr

Are you a globetrotting cyclist, and want an easy way to find great local guides? VeloGuide has your answer, with their on-demand ‘ride and guide’ sharing app. It connects you with destinations, guides, and even rental bikes to make your cycling travels smooth, easy, and adventurous. VeloGuide ride and guide sharing app for cycling tourists […] The post Ride like a local with VeloGuide,...

Bikerumor
07. Januar, 13:09 Uhr

Back in November, Nordest teased us of this new gravel project. In development for a while, the new Albarda Ti mixes Nordest’s off-road riding & bikepacking experience into an affordable titanium gravel bike with good tire clearance and enough braze-ons to make it ready for any adventure. Nordest Albarda Ti titanium adventure gravel bike Nordest says the […] The post Nordest Albarda Ti, an...

Bikerumor
03. September, 13:57 Uhr

Last year Cube introduced their aluminum framed Nuroad as an affordable gravel bike,  bridging the gap between their road & cross line-ups. For 2019 the bike gets another option with a WS women’s series update. Cube also adds a couple of new FE models ready to tour, plus small updates to the standard Nuroads. 2019 […] The post 2019 Cube Nuroad affordable gravel bike gets new women &...

Bikerumor
29. Juni, 16:08 Uhr

Can’t wait for the postponed Tour de France to begin? Thanks to the most recent announcement from Zwift, you won’t have to. Well, at least for the virtual edition, that is. Today, Zwift announced that thew will be hosting a virtual Tour de France in partnership with the real thing. Starting July 4th, the racing […] The post Tour de France goes virtual, Zwift to host pro races + Virtual l’Etape...

Bikerumor
09. März, 17:07 Uhr

The urban cycling and custom bike builder community at Kolektif Berlin never fails to deliver beautiful concepts and detailing. From mainstay Berlin brands like 8bar, Fern, Gramm & Wheel Dan, the show covers the gamut from customized production bikes to full-on custom gear. Plus, there were a couple bikes just back from the Atlas Mountain […] The post Kolektif Berlin in details: Fern &...

Bikerumor
27. September, 22:35 Uhr

For those looking for more features from their ride planning app, komoot is going Premium. If you’re already a komoot user, don’t worry – the features you know and love aren’t going away. But for the users who decide to pony up for the yearly subscription, there are some new features that are definitely worth […] The post Komoot goes Premium with tour specific weather forecasts, exclusive...

Bikerumor
23. April, 11:04 Uhr

The 2020 Tour de France won’t take place this July on French roads, but that doesn’t mean you need to miss out on the racing action. Set to debut a month before the real race was originally set to hit the road, Tour de France 2020 is a new video game for Xbox, PS4 & […] The post Race the Tour de France 2020 this summer from home, on your gaming console or PC appeared first on Bikerumor.

Bikerumor
21. Oktober, 19:22 Uhr

MMR announced a limited run of 25 X-Tour gravel bikes, with a unique restyling courtesy of international artist, Edgar Plans. Said to be the second-most-demanded artist worldwide, he was chosen to create a subtle graffiti look for the otherwise minimalist bike. MMR X-Tour Edgar Plans LTD carbon gravel bike This isn’t the first wild-looking X-Tour […] The post MMR teams up w/ artist Edgar Plans...

Bikerumor
06. Januar, 16:13 Uhr

Ultra-endurance rider & Hunt wheels Beyond adventure product manager Josh Ibbett spent two & half weeks this summer, taking on the challenge of The Tour Divide race. We got a close look at his green Mason InSearchOf (ISO), the steel 29er bikepacking bike & its off-road racing setup. Now you can check out the bike, […] The post Bike Check: Mason InSearchOf shows how they tackled The...

Bikerumor
25. Dezember, 20:59 Uhr

Bright kits certainly have a place on the road. But neutral tones shine when discreetly transitioning from saddle to market or playing the role of bicycle tourist. This past fall we had a fantastic opportunity to explore Slovenia’s backroads, dressed head to toe in Mission Workshop’s subtle fall palette. MW gave us carte blanche to […] The post Review: Mission Workshop’s high-end cycling...

Bikerumor
19. Mai, 16:15 Uhr

Would you be interested in a cycling based video game that didn’t involve a smart trainer? For those times that you’d rather prop yourself up on the couch than pedal, Tour de France 2020 is headed to your favorite gaming console. For years now, Cyanide Studio has been giving gamers the chance to race the Tour […] The post Tour de France 2020 video game adds realistic time trial mode on...

Bikerumor
13. Februar, 18:03 Uhr

Rouvy announced a 3-year partnership with Cycling Unlimited AG, the organizer behind the Tour de Suisse. To celebrate, Rouvy released portions of Stage 7, so riders around the world can get a taste of what the pro riders endure. The new segments include Oberalp Pass and Sedrun – Andermatt from the Stage 7 time trial. […] The post Rouvy partners w/ Tour de Suisse, launches Stage 7 TT, plus beta...

Bikerumor
12. Juni, 14:28 Uhr

Like us, you’re probably using the trainer more than ever, even as the weather outside improves. Which means it’s good to have ways to mix up your indoor riding – like Zwift’s Chasing Cancellara which is back once again. Only this time, the format has changed a bit. Instead of the Olympic gold medalist and […] The post How fast is Fabian? Zwift Chasing Cancellara will find out + Tour For All...

Bikerumor
17. April, 16:14 Uhr

UCI reshapes 2020 race calendar around rescheduled Grand Tours & Classics – We’ve all seen events cancelled & rescheduled these days. And for pro road cyclists & every city that hosts elite road racing, the 2020 race schedule has been completely up in the air. Well this week, the UCI has come together with a […] The post Friday Roundup: new Tour, Giro & Vuelta dates, Live pro...

Bikerumor
05. Juni, 16:04 Uhr

German bikemaker’s Tout Terrain Silkroad II gives their expedition-proven heavy-duty touring bike with its integrated rack a more capable overhaul. In a day of strapping lightweight backpacking bags onto expensive carbon gravel bikes seeking adventure, the Silkroad II reminds us that steel frames, steel forks, solid racks, and an upright position are what dominate global […] The post Tout...

Bikerumor
24. März, 16:16 Uhr

Bike racing in 2020 is cancelled. But it looks like no informed the organizers of the Tour de Quarantine of that fact. Fun fact, Brad Sohner used to be a contributor here at Bikerumor back in the day. That was until the world realized he had serious talent as a bike race announcer. Since then, […] The post Tour de Quarantine is the bike racing distraction we all need right now appeared first on...

Bikerumor
29. Juli, 16:18 Uhr

So, the 106th Tour de France ended last night and you can’t use that as an excuse for being distracted at work anymore. But Mavic is making it easy to remember this year’s Tour with a series of special limited edition carbon road wheels adorned with some cool, but subtle graphics celebrating the 21 stages. […] The post Remember the Tour de France with limited edition Mavic carbon wheels...

Bikerumor
20. August, 21:32 Uhr

If your idea of a touring bike involves less gravel and more panniers, take a look at the new Trek 520. Continuing the 520’s streak as the longest running model in Trek’s history, the 520 has been around in the line up since 1983. And while it still retains the original’s touring focus, the new […] The post Trek updates legendary 520 touring bike with new frame, fork, & more appeared first...

Bikerumor
06. November, 18:54 Uhr

Earlier this year, I finally had the opportunity to cross a big ride off my bucket list. After years of thinking about it, I finally decided to hop on my bike and ride from Cleveland to Cincinnati on the Ohio to Erie Trail. Since I didn’t have a ton of free time to complete the journey, I […] The post What to Pack: The best gear for self supported credit card touring on the road appeared first...

Bikerumor
29. Juli, 14:29 Uhr

It’s not every day you see a steel bike raced in the pro peloton. But last night after racing for three weeks, Oliver Naesen rolled down the Champs Elysees to finish his Tour on a custom Belgian-made steel Eddy Merckx Corsa road bike. Oh, and his team captain got custom too – Romain Bardet was […] The post Custom Merckx steel MyCorsa road bike raced in Tour finale, plus polka dots & more!...

Bikerumor
06. Juni, 17:40 Uhr

From the over-the-top materials selection to the precision assembly and incredible attention to detail, this tour will both educate and entertain. And it should help explain why Silca’s pumps and tools cost what they do. Throughout the video you’ll see their ultralight titanium water bottle cage go from raw tube stock to a finished product. […] The post Silca’s Headquarters Tour will blow your...

Bikerumor
20. Mai, 14:30 Uhr

First making high quality cycling components in the UK as early as 1890, a new chapter gets under way as Chater-Lea steps back onto the bike with new Grand Tour flat pedals. Building on more than a century in cycling, a new team is bringing the brand back, having mined the classic Chater-Lea catalog for […] The post Chater-Lea rebirths British-made classic in premium Grand Tour pedals appeared...

Bikerumor
13. Februar, 15:00 Uhr

What’s better than a vacation? How about a vacation to an epic destination that also includes your bike? Guided cycling tours are nothing new, but the newly formed RAID Cycling gives us reason to believe it already may be one of the best. That’s because one of the founders is industry veteran Brad Sauber. With […] The post From Rapha to RAID Cycling: new tours guarantee you’ll bank some epic...

Bikerumor
13. November, 17:53 Uhr

Would you love to ride a Cervélo S5 aero road bike that has been actually raced in the pro peloton? Maybe even one that won a stage in a World Tour race? Well, Team Dimension Data are auctioning off their 2018 road bikes, with the proceeds going to their longtime partners at Qhubeka who provide bikes to […] The post Dimension Data auctioning World Tour Cervelo road bikes for Qhubeka charity...

Bikerumor
04. September, 20:09 Uhr

Speedvagen recently debuted a couple of new crossers in their stock, factory-build Ready Made series. But if you aren’t ready to race a Vanilla Workshop cyclocross bike yet, you can get in shape with a new King OG classic road bike, or get away on a GTFO gravel bikepacking bike. Speedvagen Ready Made GTFO gravel […] The post Speedvagen goes Ready Made again with GTFO gravel tourer & King OG...

Bikerumor
31. August, 17:50 Uhr

There aren’t many riders out there that started their MTB career with a 24 hour race as their first event. We’d guess that might have something to do with the fact that Aaron Kent went on to ride some grueling endurance events like Paris Brest Paris and the Tour Divide. What’s more impressive is that […] The post The Gravel Lot Episode 38: Talking Tour Divide and endurance racing with Aaron...

Bikerumor
27. August, 20:47 Uhr

Three big road stage races mean one pink, one yellow & now one red limited edition bike in Festka’s ongoing Grand Tour series this year. And not only is the Spanish bike the most colorful, it’s also the most exclusive – with just 7 complete bikes to be made. Festka Spectre x La Vuelta a […] The post Festka Spectre x Vuelta, ultra limited edition road bike for the year’s last Grand Tour...

Bikerumor
27. Juli, 11:33 Uhr

They’re back! K-Edge is once again celebrating their widespread use in the Tour de France pro peloton with limited edition colors to match two of the race leader jerseys. Available on their standard Pro Race Mount, you can choose from Green (points leader) and Polka Dot (climbing leader) for $64.95. They ship with either Garmin […] The post K-Edge now available in REI, celebrates Le Tour w/...

Bikerumor
17. Juli, 13:49 Uhr

CeramicSpeed have lifted the lid on a contest to ride away with something money can’t buy – a replica of the special edition silver Factor O2 bike being ridden right now by multiple stage winner Romain Bardet at the Tour de France. Included in the build is a unique glittery ‘Victory Edition’ OSPW System that […] The post CeramicSpeed giving away Le Tour replica Factor O2 bike w/ ‘Victory...

Bikerumor
15. November, 16:59 Uhr

Ever wonder what it’s like to work at one of the world’s most premium cycling apparel brands? While visiting London, we popped in for a quick look and lucked out when founder and CEO Simon Mottram offered to give us a tour. Here’s a walk through of their office, offering a glance at how they […] The post Video: Rapha Cycling headquarters tour with founder Simon Mottram appeared first on Bikerumor.

Bikerumor
07. August, 22:21 Uhr

“We like to solve problems. Whether it’s drag or pinch flats or anything else that slows a rider down, we like to figure out how to solve them so riders can go faster. To do that right, you can’t just go to China and pick those things out of a catalog. We had to really […] The post Factory Tour: How the 3Zero Moto MTB wheels are made at Zipp’s Indy HQ appeared first on Bikerumor.

Bikerumor
22. Juli, 07:01 Uhr

Pros are ditching tubulars to switch to the improved performance of road tubeless thanks to the premium construction of Specialized’s all-new Turbo RapidAir tires. Many of the riders of Deceuninck Quick-Step have opted for the new tubeless tire at this year’s Tour de France due to claims of lower rolling resistance, better grip, and it […] The post Specialized’s all-new Turbo RapidAir tubeless...

Bikerumor
12. Juli, 16:00 Uhr

Athertons invite you to ride Dyfi Bike Park in Wales – After four years in the making, Dyfi Bike Park on the southern edge of Snowdonia National Park in Wales, UK is finally opening for public bookings to ride their trails. Set within 650 acres of Welsh estate forest, Dan Atherton & his Dyfi Bike […] The post Friday Roundup: Ride with the Athertons, or Le Tour from home, deals, parties...

Bikerumor
12. Juli, 13:00 Uhr

Ex-aerospace engineer, Joe McEwan, is the man behind British mountain bike brand, Starling Cycles. While Starling do get some of their bikes, and parts of thereof manufactured in the far east, Joe himself and Clandestine founder, Pi Manson, still hand-build a full range of mountain bikes out of their workshop in Bristol. Joe was an […] The post Workshop Tour: The story of steel MTB frame...

Bikerumor
10. Juli, 14:00 Uhr

A stone’s throw away from Mile High Stadium in Denver, CO, the team at Guerrilla Gravity is hard at work manufacturing high-quality carbon and SmashMoly steel frames. Their headquarters’ footprint has been expanding as they continue to grow and innovate within the industry. We met up with Will Montague (President), Matt Giaraffa (Chief Engineer), and […] The post Factory Tour: How Guerrilla...