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Bikerumor
20. August, 07:01 Uhr

We shoulda seen all of this coming. What, with the Blur XC taking the mantle as a 100mm 29er race bike, and most of the rest of their full suspension lineup switching over to the lower linkage-driven shock layout introduced with the Nomad 4. The all-new, 2020 Santa Cruz Tallboy has officially become a “trail […] The post First Look! 2020 Santa Cruz Tallboy ups travel, drops its linkage &...

Bikerumor
20. August, 13:05 Uhr

Bombtrack just unveiled their first proper trail bike this past week at their annual Groundwork team camp, and we got a chance to hop on the new adventure hardtail. The new steel Cale mountain bike is meant to be the natural evolution of their ever-wider gravel and adventure bikes, adding a 120mm fork & trail […] The post First Rides: 2020 Bombtrack Cale steel MTB trail hardtail shreds the...

Bikerumor
22. August, 09:01 Uhr

Photo submitted by Aaron Weiss, “Taken during a great ride up to the top of Mount Baker in WA.” 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 us your pics with your name […] The post Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Mount Baker, Washington appeared first on Bikerumor.

Bikerumor
23. August, 17:05 Uhr

Seeking a break in my routine, I turned to Komoot to see if I could find some new gravel roads & trails close to home to link to together those I already ride regularly. A tricky thing about new technology – once you settle into one solution, inertia makes it difficult to really try something […] The post Review: Discovering new gravel roads & trails in my backyard with Komoot appeared...

Bikerumor
20. August, 18:29 Uhr

Italian bike builder T°Red has just slipped another unique bike onto the track with their latest Horkokhan modern stayer. This fixie isn’t likely to become your neighborhood hipster’s next urban city bike. Rather, it has spent its summer pacing behind motorcycles, leading up to racing in slipstreams at the European Track Derny & Stayer championships… […] The post TRed Horkokhan slips in...

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
13. August, 16:16 Uhr

By now you have probably seen that Specialized has an all new Enduro. In an effort to make it the fastest Enduro ever, all of the bikes have moved to 29″ wheels and see increased travel from 160 to 170mm front and rear. To get all of the glorious tech details, check out the first […] The post 2020 Specialized Enduro 29 Model breakdown – complete spec, pricing, & geometry appeared first on...

Bikerumor
21. August, 18:01 Uhr

Remember that exclusive we got on Tune’s latest Princess Skyline mountain bike hubs? The front weighed just 78g. Well, now a limited Princess 30 years Uli edition shaves another 10% more off what had already become one of the lightest disc brake hubs available, and we know how they did it… Tune Princess 30 years […] The post Update: Tune’s ultralight Princess MTB hub sheds more grams for 30th...

Bikerumor
23. August, 14:00 Uhr

If you’ve got young ones entering the MTB scene, Norco is definitely a brand to keep an eye on. Their line of Fluid youth bikes has just expanded for 2020 with two new full-suspension models on 20” and 24” wheels. These bikes offer solid builds with a clever mix of kid-specific and high performance components. […] The post Crankworx 2019: Norco’s 2020 Fluid FS youth bikes & the new chromoly...

Bikerumor
12. August, 17:11 Uhr

Fasst Company is out to kill vibration and hand fatigue with their pivoting Flexx MTB handlebars. Available in several variants, the bars use unique compression and rebound elastomers for a completely tuneable and smooth ride. All feature an effective five degrees of suspension movement, with optional clamping widths to accommodate standard and direct-mount stems. Fasst […] The post Fasst Flexx...

Bikerumor
16. August, 23:29 Uhr

Komoot have taken their ride planning maps to the next level with a simple, by much improved switch from standard resolution raster map tiles to an all-new high-definition vector map background that makes navigating faster & more precise. Plus, for all the users out there pairing Komoot rides with their Garmin devices, a new Connect […] The post Komoot gets HD vector maps, revamps more...

Bikerumor
21. August, 16:00 Uhr

Shimano is ready for SoulCycle, Equinox, FlyWheel, Peloton, or whatever spinning class you sign up for thanks to a pair of new performance indoor cycling shoes. Pick either the modern road shoe looks of the IC5 or classic sneaker appeal of the IC3, each offers Boa dial closures, clipless pedal compatibility, and maximum ventilation for […] The post Shimano clips in for Spinning class, with...

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
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
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
19. August, 16:06 Uhr

Exept is an upstart based in Finale Ligure, a coastal outdoor sports mecca on the western side of Italy. With steep climbs heading straight up from the sea, rolling terrain above it, and gorgeously twisty cliffside roads giving you incredible vistas no matter where you are, it’s a perfect spot to call home. And the […] The post Review: Exept All Road custom carbon fiber road bike delivers a...

Bikerumor
15. August, 18:05 Uhr

Ever wondered why your action cam footage never turns into anything remotely close to what GoPro pumps out? So did we, so we reached out directly to the source to find out what settings, mounts, accessories and other tricks they use to create such amazing action videos. In this episode, GoPro Senior Video Production Artist […] The post Bikerumor Podcast #18 – GoPro tells us how to make action...

Bikerumor
09. August, 15:00 Uhr

Designed with input from pro DH racer Troy Brosnan, the all-new Maxxis Dissector rolls features from three of their most popular tires into one aggressively quick tread. Designed for everything from DH to park to big trail riding, the Dissector can be run front and rear depending on the case…and casing. For DH and park, […] The post New Maxxis Dissector MTB tire combines tread patterns so Troy...

Bikerumor
04. August, 09:08 Uhr

Outdoor Retailer, like all of the trade shows we attend, had plenty of snacks and samples to keep us fueled through the show. The big difference was, there was a lot more real food, too. As in, rehydrated camp food, from a surprising number of new and established players in the packaged meal category. And […] The post Nutrition Roundup: Tasty new treats from Clif Bar, Epic, Pocket Cocktails,...

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
16. August, 15:51 Uhr

POC announced their fall 2019 and Spring 2020 collections, bringing new products, colors, and styles. Highlights include the Solar Switch glasses, the world’s first electrochromic LCD lens to change tint immediately, along with a new Ultimate women’s bib short, and the Transit casual line. POC fall 2019 and spring 2020 cycling & casual collection POC […] The post POC ups your style with...

Bikerumor
15. August, 09:01 Uhr

Photo submitted by Todd Miller, “At the base of Black Bear trail at Kingdom Trails in East Burke, Vermont, my son spotted a hummingbird on a woman’s hand. She had no idea it was there, but gave permission to photograph it. The hummingbird very graciously sat for the photo. Could it have been attracted by the […] The post Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Black Bear trail hitchhiker appeared first on...

Bikerumor
05. August, 07:00 Uhr

“Style over speed.” The tagline of the new Giro helmet says it all. Where many mountain bike helmets are designed for racing, the new Tyrant is more about flow – and added protection when your flow hits a speed bump. Giro already has the Disciple, which is a dedicated full face helmet. They also have […] The post Giro Tyrant rules the roost with “full-cut” MTB style, MIPS Spherical protection...

Bikerumor
08. August, 15:13 Uhr

Based in DC, Altor has been making locks for a while. And they’ve seen the rise in angle grinder use by thieves, which can apparently make short work of many locks. Enter the Altor SAF, their solution to motorized cutters, and also one of the fattest bike locks we’ve ever seen. The Altor SAF claims […] The post Altor makes the fattest U-Lock ever, adds anti-angle grinder defense appeared first...

Bikerumor
12. August, 17:09 Uhr

We’re all for going au naturale, especially when it comes to the stuff we’re putting into and onto our bodies. So we’re pretty stoked on all three of these new products from Chamois Butt’r, Hammer Nutrition and Farmpit. Starting with the most cycling specific, the latest version of Chamois Butt’r chamois cream replaces the standard […] The post Roundup: Coconut Chamois Butt’r, Hammer Nutrition...

Bikerumor
16. August, 17:16 Uhr

Commencal rolled out their 2020 e-MTB models, the Meta Power 29 and Meta Power SX. With a new integrated downtube battery, the bikes have a new clean look, while keeping range as long as possible with 504 Wh of capacity. Fork travel ranges from 160 – 180mm, placing the new bikes in the All Mountain […] The post Commencal Meta Power 29 & Meta Power SX switch on enduro e-bike fun appeared...

Bikerumor
08. August, 13:10 Uhr

The latest Niner RIP9 RDO has been winning praise from most anyone that’s ridden it, us included, and now it’s finally available in a black on black (with a little gray) murdered-out colorway. Which is a little easier to match your existing parts to if you’re building up a frameset, or just a stealthy way […] The post Niner blacks out RIP9 RDO; Speedsleev goes black camo; Stompump drops prices...

Bikerumor
12. August, 18:13 Uhr

If you’re interested in bike commuting but don’t have the gear or confidence to do so, State Bicycle Co. has the medicine. They teamed up with former pro cyclist, Phil Gaimon, to offer you the chance to win a free bike – plus personal instruction from Phil on how to safely and quickly get from […] The post Win a free bike from State Bicycle Co. & ride to work with Phil Gaimon! appeared...

Bikerumor
16. August, 22:00 Uhr

Everyone’s got their own idea as to what makes the perfect Great Divide. For musician and Salsa Cycles supported rider Ben Weaver, that includes stopping along the way to perform 16 free concerts – and riding with all of his instruments and camera gear in the process. That camera gear helped to create a 32 […] The post Ben Weaver + Salsa + Great Divide = 48 Hours of Music for Free that starts...

Bikerumor
20. August, 12:00 Uhr

The new, 2020 Juliana Joplin bumps rear travel to 120mm, pairs it with a 130mm fork, and gets longer and slacker than ever to create a monster modern trail bike. Like much of the Juliana (aka Santa Cruz Bicycles) full suspension lineup, it switches to their lower-link driven rear shock design. And like all of […] The post All-new Juliana Joplin women’s trail mountain bike gains travel, slacker...

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