The company based out of New Zealand named Grammo came out in full force for the Sea Otter event with a huge booth greeting everyone with nice bright frame colors for all their latest in carbon fiber technology, near the entrance to the cycling exhibit.
The bicycle company Pure Fix have a strong passion for cycling, and it’s displayed through their earth consciousness and people oriented lineup of two wheelers. A perfect example is the Papa fixed gear model, which helps in raising money for charities that emphasize on sustainability
The first ever production 27.5 Downhill Bike, will be available here and hit the Dirt world of shops in late May.. Intense Cycles have a great gig going on, which has garnered them a solid reputation for being able to test new products and to
Truly absolute perfection with carbon fiber, Storck obviously has a pretty good idea what it’s all about. The Fenomalist road bike reaches now to some of the highest testing levels in the world, for stiffness-to-weight ratios on the frame, but they didn’t sell it short
If your a downhill rider, you know all to well how frustrating it can get trying to change lenses in your goggles because the light conditions can so rapidly change just before your dh run. In all reality, to change the lens in most
Storck has already received on the Scenero G2 Carbon, the prestigious stature as one of the best road frames for 2013. To ultimately get to this level the German designer has reworked the original platform from the prior model and then improved it in
When recently asked where their stance or even plans for a 27.5 mtb with engineering director Joe Graney recently seemed somewhat neutral but not interested, but now the Santa Cruz Bronson 650B full suspension bike is living and breathing, and simple proof they couldn’t
Santa Cruz engineers have been quite secretive and busy this past season about their plans – and when recently asked where their stance or even plans for a 650b mtb were with the engineering director Joe Graney, he came across somewhat neutral but not interested.
Recently in Colorado, Ned Overend was spotted at a fatbike race, on what looks to be a prototype from the engineers at Specialized. It seems hard not to believe that the big box store brands wouldn’t be looking to jump on the wagon in
The founder of Storck bicycles has quite the colored and storied history as a designer and builder, it’s been reported he has been at it since the age of fourteen, along with a long stint as product developer of Klein, in the middle of that