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Bikerumor
07. August, 18:31 Uhr

Just how fast are pro cyclists? Welcome to the first of our new series, where we see just how long we can keep up with the pros. Whether it’s road, gravel, cyclocross or mountain bikes, we’ll be lining up rides with all kinds of pros and seeing just how long we can keep up with […] The post How long can we keep up with… GU/Niner pro Yuri Hauswald? appeared first on Bikerumor.

Bikerumor
09. August, 17:03 Uhr

Every now and then, we see steel pop back on the scene to take advantage of modern technologies, tube forming, and geometries. The latest is the all-new Mosaic RS-1, available in rim and disc brake variants. Made with Columbus Spirit HSS tubing, a tapered headtube and the classic threaded BB, they also throw back to […] The post Mosaic RS-1 creates a modern steel road bike w/ custom geometry,...

Bikerumor
09. August, 13:38 Uhr

In the lead up to Crankworx and Eurobike, POC has been busy. Always focused on safety, their latest additions include an all new SPIN equipped helmet, a Near Field Communication feature for select helmets, and some new eye protection as well. Called the Axion Spin, the newest helmet is another for trail and enduro mountain […] The post POC adds new Axion SPIN helmet, NFC Medical IDs, & new...

Bikerumor
30. Juli, 17:19 Uhr

Mondraker has more than just big-wheeled enduro bikes to debut for the next model year. They are also stretching out their long-awaited F-Podium carbon full-suspension XC race bike with a longer travel F-Podium DC DownCountry model for more technical riding. And on top of light carbon trail bikes, Mondraker also has an all-new wide range […] The post Mondraker F-Podium DC takes XC mountain bike...

Bikerumor
13. August, 15:50 Uhr

Trek released their 2020 Checkpoint gravel bike lineup, with updates all-around for the new model year (along with some notable carry-overs). Rear seat tube IsoSpeed Decoupler suspension remains, along with the BB90 bottom bracket standard and 45mm tire clearance. The top-end build now features a SRAM AXS hybrid road/MTB single chainring setup, following suit from […] The post 2020 Trek...

Bikerumor
15. August, 11:25 Uhr

First Bombtrack had the gravel Hook, then bigger tires & flat bars evolved into Beyond+ adventure touring rigid mountain bikes. Now the new Cale hardtail takes the next logical step, with trail geometry and 120mm forks on top of an adventure-ready platform, set for anything from your local singletrack to backcountry bikepacking… 2020 Bombtrack Cale […] The post Bombtrack Cale mountain bike...

Bikerumor
07. August, 07:00 Uhr

Kona’s all-new 2020 Process 134 is a highly versatile trail slayer that was designed to combine the best attributes of the Process 111’s and their longer-legged siblings, the 153’s. 134mm of rear travel, 140mm forks, 29” (or 27.5”) wheels, modern frame geometry and a finely tuned linkage makes for a bike that will provide a […] The post Kona creates a new Process 134 with slimmer lines, full...

Bikerumor
29. Juli, 16:14 Uhr

How did a leader in stainless steel vacuum insulated water bottles enter the hydration pack market? With a pack that would keep your water cold, of course. In partnership with HydraPak, the two companies developed the Cold Flow system which combines an insulated IsoBound reservoir inside of a neoprene internal sleeve with reflective material to […] The post Hydro Flask keeps cool w/ smaller...

Bikerumor
14. August, 07:00 Uhr

New for 2020 Fox rear shocks is an 8mm x 30mm roller bearing rear shock mounting kit, helping the mounting points move more freely as your bike’s suspension cycles through its travel. Compared to standard bushings, Fox says this may reduce friction and improve performance so much that “more rebound damping and/or low-speed compression damping […] The post Fox smooths rear shock motion w/ roller...

Bikerumor
02. August, 06:05 Uhr

Photo submitted by Mark Dizengoff, “Nice morning ride near Mediterranean Sea, North Israel.” 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: Morning Mediterranean Sea Ride appeared first on Bikerumor.

Bikerumor
06. August, 12:00 Uhr

Forget hops or birthday cake, we want coffee! And now GU has delivered, with a new Cold Brew Coffee flavor energy gel that bumps the caffeine per serving to 70mg. That’s about double a normal gel, and it’s part of the Roctane family, which means added amino acids. Each gel provides 1,425mg of BCAAs, taurine […] The post Caffeine!!! New GU Cold Brew Coffee gel, 2x protein recovery; Tailwind Cola...

Bikerumor
02. August, 07:30 Uhr

Like most truly great products, the Hope Bike line was born from the brand’s desire to build a bike that they wanted to ride. For years and years it was always a dream of founders Ian Weatherill and the late Simon Sharp that they would one day ride bikes of their own, made in their […] The post Hope HB.130 aspires to be the perfect do-it-all trail bike appeared first on Bikerumor.

Bikerumor
05. August, 18:09 Uhr

Love bikes? Then PeopeForBikes is probably a nonprofit that’s worthy of your attention. With a goal of making bicycling better and safer for everyone, the organization has already done quite a bit for the cycling community. Now, if you’re looking for a way to support PeopleForBikes and potentially win a one-of-a-kind road bike, this is your […] The post Support People for Bikes & win a...

Bikerumor
02. August, 17:00 Uhr

The new carbon HB.130 might be getting all the attention recently, but Hope also had another new bit of carbon floating around at the launch. This one is still a prototype though, but you can see where it’s going – 35mm. It’s no secret that Hope makes nearly everything themselves, now in aluminum and carbon fiber. […] The post Hope teases 35mm bar & stem, still waiting for Shimano’s Micro...

Bikerumor
01. August, 17:13 Uhr

Olympia has taken their World Cup level full-suspension cross country bike, and once again given it an overhaul to craft a more capable race bike. The new 2020 F1-X 29er is not only lighter & stiffer… it also gets a proper long, low & slack update to create a mountain bike well-suited for more technical […] The post 2020 Olympia F1-X evolves more capable carbon XC & marathon race...

Bikerumor
01. August, 16:54 Uhr

Patrol’s newest mountain bike, the 691 stood out from their human-powered line up. So it should make sense then that the new E-Six stood out for similar reasons, just with the addition of a motor. Essentially the same bike in e-bike form, the E-Six joins the E-Zero as two new electric options from Patrol in […] The post Patrol motorizes 691 w/ E-Six, E-Zero e-bikes, hardtails, kid’s bikes,...

Bikerumor
13. August, 17:20 Uhr

Before we could ever take the first run at Northstar on the new Enduro, we had to climb. Instead of hopping on the perfectly functional chair lift, we pedaled right past it from mid-mountain, and continued upwards until we reached the top. Fortunately, we were reunited with the chair lift on the next run, but […] The post First Ride: 2020 Specialized Enduro can climb, but it’s really all about...

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
31. Juli, 16:17 Uhr

BMC brought out a new Roadmachine for the 2020 model year, with updates all around. Set as their all-around performance or “endurance” road bike, it is less aggressive than the Teammachine, and targeted at a more general audience – but with all the performance you could ask for. We took delivery of a size 58 […] The post Review: BMC Roadmachine combines clean lines, stiffness, &...

Bikerumor
05. August, 13:00 Uhr

Orange Bikes set out to create a new trail-focused e-MTB package, and just announced the 27.5”-wheeled, 150mm-travel Charger. As part of their E.P.O. (Electric Powered Orange) series, it uses the high-torque Shimano STEPS E8000 system and 504Wh battery for long range and trail-tackling pedal assist. 2020 Orange Charger trail e-MTB line-up The Charger starts off […] The post Orange Charger rails...

Bikerumor
13. August, 07:30 Uhr

Some bikes are definitely a product of their environment. The redesigned 2020 Rocky Mountain Slayer couldn’t feel any more at home than it does on Vancouver’s extremely technical, rowdy North Shore trails. With 170mm of travel and 29” wheels (or 180mm and 27.5”) this bike was built for taming challenging terrain with a new level […] The post First Ride Review: 2020 Rocky Mountain Slayer Carbon...

Bikerumor
07. August, 07:30 Uhr

As the swiss army knife of MTB’s, a good all-around trail bike has to do several things well. With their redesigned 2020 Process 134s, Kona has crafted a finely balanced bike that can capably conquer a wide range of terrain. Bikerumor got the invite to join Kona USA in Bellingham, Washington for their 2020 launch […] The post First Ride Review: 2020 Kona Process 134 CR 29 is a playful,...

Bikerumor
15. August, 14:00 Uhr

Trek announced an all-new Fuel EX for 2020, aimed as their high-performance trail mountain bike. With longer travel than the XC-focused Top Fuel, it has larger tire clearance and slacker geometry to smooth out trails that aren’t suited for short travel. Trek also opted for larger fork uppers on top models, along with beefy Shimano […] The post 2020 Trek Fuel EX rips with longer, slacker...

Bikerumor
14. August, 18:10 Uhr

The growth of the do-it-all trail bike category means more than just light-but-capable frames with 120-130mm of travel. To build a solid all-day, any-trail ripper that’s capable of shredding hard and handling aggressive terrain, you need a set of mountain bike tires that can hold up to various terrain, rocks and roots without crushing the […] The post Review: Vee Tire Co. Rail Escape breaks out...

Bikerumor
14. August, 13:07 Uhr

The Race Face Aeffect R crankset comes in with a high end design and low end price. Made for riders on a budget that need something durable and versatile, it uses their CINCH direct-mount chainring system and a standard 24mm spindle to fit just about any set up from XC to trail to all-mountain to […] The post Race Face Aeffect R mountain bike cranks rally hard for less coin; new dropper post,...

Bikerumor
13. August, 07:01 Uhr

It’s tough to decide what’s the bigger news – that the Rocky Mountain Slayer has undergone a full redesign since its last iteration in 2017, or the fact that you can now get one with 29” wheels. As pioneers of freeriding, Rocky Mountain’s Slayer has existed since 2001. While we don’t hear the term ‘freeride’ […] The post Rocky Mountain ‘s 2020 Slayer gets bigger, longer, slacker and now offers...

Bikerumor
08. August, 09:00 Uhr

After leading with their A35 stem, you had to figure this was coming. Less than a year after launching their first stem in the A-Series with a 35mm option, Industry Nine has now added a 31.8mm stem to that collection with the A318. Named after the A-axis of the five axis machining center used to […] The post Industry Nine A-Series stems now available in 31.8 or 35mm w/ A318 & A35 appeared...

Bikerumor
07. August, 19:35 Uhr

In Episode 3 of Rising, Kate Courtney shows how she and her mechanic, Brad Copeland, set her bike up for race day. Every course is different, so every course requires subtle tweaks to things like tire pressure, suspension setup, and even whether or not she’s running a water bottle cage. But what’s really cool about […] The post Watch: How Kate Courtney sets up her Scott mountain bikes for race...

Bikerumor
05. August, 16:26 Uhr

EVOC gave us a little taste of their new bikepacking line at Sea Otter, but apparently the best was yet to come. The bag and luggage company has just introduced the newest additions to their on-bike series, and they attach in a pretty interesting way. Where most other handlebar and saddle bags attach with velcro […] The post EVOC gives bikepacking bags a twist with Boa Fit System for handlebars...

Bikerumor
08. August, 08:00 Uhr

Just under a month ago, Scott released their all new Gambler Tuned. The carbon DH bike is a true shape shifter, able to run both 27.5 & 29″ wheels with multiple adjustments from the headset, to the shock position, and the axle position. Now, Scott has just announced two more additions to the Gambler line […] The post Scott Gambler Alloy & Hybrid follow Tuned with massive adjustability,...

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