You have to hand it to Intense’s Jeff Steber. While everyone else was scratching their heads about whether or not 650b would be the next big thing, he had the Tracer 275 ready to go. Can it live up to the brand’s enviable pedigree?
Kona has long been known as the blue collar bike brand, which is no accident. The company was built on offering extremely reliable bikes at affordable prices. Sure, at times, Kona has left out some bells and whistles in order to do so, and they’ve often been a bit heavy, but being the lightest or the flashiest brand on the block has never been Kona’s mission. Kona has traditionally focused on making bikes that ride well and last forever, something we can all appreciate.
The Bronson is Santa Cruz’s first attempt at a 650b wheeled bike and it has gotten a lot of attention. Check out some detailed pictures and a video inside.
US off-road specialist Kona recently showed BikeRadar its all-new enduro Process DL and Satori 29er models. Check out Bike Radar’s first ride review of the Satori. (more…)
The Amazing Ride of the Pinarello ROKH Simply Stood Out to the Industry’s Biggest Critics:
“I’m going to get one of these bikes this year, and ride it as much as I can.”
– Bill Strickland
Jamis topped the list in 2 categories of Bicycling Magazine’s 2013 Editors’ Choice Awards. Check out what they had to say about the Icon Elite and the Dragon 29 Sport. (more…)
Kona Operator gets the Carbon Fiber treatment for 2014
Check out the 2014 Kona Operator and what it has got to offer. They’ve gone to Carbon Fiber on the 200mm Kona Operator. A lot of testing has gone underway at Kona and they’ve been happy with the result. Watch the video inside.
Peaty follows Cedric, Greg and Josh. Linked and pinned! (more…)