Uswe’S Epic Series All Mountain Hydration Packs Wrangle Your Dancing Monkey
While many riders are experimenting with on-bike storage, there are still plenty who prefer the convenience of a backpack for hauling water, trailside tools and snacks. Sweden’s USWE has just released their EPIC Series All Mountain packs, and they’re looking to win riders over with their No Dancing Monkey strap system. There are three packs […] The post USWE’s Epic Series All Mountain hydration packs wrangle your dancing monkey appeared first on Bikerumor .
Van Dessel Finds The Way To Adjustable Reach With The New Linefinder Short Travel 29er
We haven’t heard much from Van Dessel Cycles in a while, but that doesn’t mean that they haven’t been busy. Instead, it looks like they’ve been hard at work on an all-new short travel full suspension mountain bike with some surprising features. Called the Linefinder, this bike may just help Van Dessel find their way […] The post Van Dessel finds the way to adjustable reach with the new Linefinder Short Travel 29er appeared first on Bikerumor .
Garmin Adds Cycling-Specific Map Improvements In Edge Update
Will Strickson 21 Jun 2021 Free update will make cycling-friendly routes easier to find and see, with ride type data helping to suggest the most relevant rides Garmin has released a free software update for its Edge computers that makes cycling-friendly routes both easier to find and easier to see. The company announced today that the new update, available for Edge 530, Edge 830, Edge 1030 and Edge 1030 Plus GPS bike computers, would add navigational enhancements as well as faster route calculations. Once downloaded, riders will get cleaner high contrast maps that make cycle-friendly routes more visible in all light conditions, whether it's for road, gravel or mountain biking. Garmin has used a Trendline popularity heatmap that takes billions of miles worth of uploaded ride data to show the routes most used by cyclists directly on your map. See related Mark Cavendish is going to the Tour de France ...
British Cycling Announces Cycling Team For Tokyo 2020
Joe Robinson 21 Jun 2021 Geraint Thomas, Tom Pidcock and Lizzie Deignan headline mixed team searching for gold at Tokyo Olympic Games Geraint Thomas , Tom Pidcock and Lizzie Deignan headline the list of cyclists announced this morning that will compete for Team GB at the rescheduled Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. British Cycling's list includes 26 riders in total, who will compete across 14 disciplines in the Summer games, set to begin on 23rd July. A strong men's road race team will compete for gold on the Mount Fuji course with three Grand Tour winners among the team of four. 2020 Giro d'Italia winner Tao Geoghegan-Hart, 2018 Tour de France winner Thomas and 2018 Vuelta a Espana winner Simon Yates are joined in the squad by Simon's twin brother Adam. Geoghegan-Hart and Thomas will then double up for the time-trial as Alex Dowsett misses out on selection. Silver medalist from ...
Bikeradar Podcast | What’S Better, A Hardtail Or Full Suspension Mountain Bike?
Tech ed Tom Marvin and MBUK staff writer Will Soffe discuss the finer points of the hardtail versus full suspension bike debate
Pro To Parent: The E-Bike Does It All
Sponsored 18 Jun 2021 Tracy Moseley is a decorated downhill mountain bike racer and an enthusiastic e-bike advocate, for both pro and personal reasons Tracy Moseley is a decorated racer on the downhill mountain biking circuit – and an enthusiastic advocate for the e-bike, for both pro and personal reasons. Here she explains why There are few mountain bike riders with as busy a trophy cabinet as Tracy Moseley. Owing to mountain biking’s criminally low profile in the UK, she may not be a household name, but be assured that to chalk up four Downhill and Enduro World titles is a superhuman feat that takes both physical and mental determination along with a truck load of bravery. To put it into a sporting context, Tracy’s run on the podiums of cycling is akin to Michael Schumacher’s Formula One reputation or the multi-year heroics of track cyclist Chris Hoy. Except in ...
Solar Powered Poc Lid, Downcountry Schwalbe Tyres And Crazy Light S-Works Shoes
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Sarah Gigante On Her Recovery From Three Broken Bones
"I’ve had to learn to be patient with myself and to, yes, trust and enjoy the process like I was always told to." The post Sarah Gigante on her recovery from three broken bones appeared first on CyclingTips .
2022 Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 In The Wild: What’S There, What’S Missing, And Hidden Secrets
Still a lot of questions to answer, but the next-gen Dura-Ace is looking pretty tasty. The post 2022 Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 in the wild: What’s there, what’s missing, and hidden secrets appeared first on CyclingTips .
Raaw Madonna V2.2 Frame Refined With Improved Force Flow, More Shock Clearance
Raaw mountain bikes have lifted the veil on the not-quite-third generation Madonna, the so-called V2.2. Maintaining the geometry of the V2 (if it’s not broken, why fix it), Raaw have refined the frame design to improve force flow throughout the suspension linkage and improve hardware tolerances. Here’s the what and why regarding the Raaw Madonna […] The post RAAW Madonna V2.2 frame refined with improved force flow, more shock clearance appeared first on Bikerumor .
Nerd Alert Podcast: Preventing Mechanicals With Pro Wrench Brad Copeland
A deep dive into preventing ride or race-ending mechanicals and how to deal with them when things do go wrong. The post Nerd Alert Podcast: Preventing mechanicals with pro wrench Brad Copeland appeared first on CyclingTips .
Why Tubeless Tyres Can Lead To Looser Spokes Than Those With Tubes Inside
Did you know that a tubeless tyre puts more compression force on a hooked rim than one run with a tube? Here's why. The post Why tubeless tyres can lead to looser spokes than those with tubes inside appeared first on CyclingTips .
More Than Endurance: Unbound Xl Winner Taylor Lideen’S Hidden Challenges
Taylor Lideen’s victory at this year’s Unbound XL gravel race was an awe-inspiring achievement of physical endurance. But the sheer absurdity of riding alone for almost 23 hours, over 350 miles of rugged gravel, hides an even more challenging journey Taylor has faced.
How To Watch Crankworx Innsbruck On Your Tv
Ten hours of live mountain biking is coming to RedBull TV as the Crankworx World Tour kicks off in Innsbruck, Austria, this weekend. Five events will be broadcast live including the Whip-Off Champs (today), the Specialized Dual Slalom, the RockShox Pump Track Challenge, Slopestyle, the CLIF Speed & Style and the Deuter Downhill. How to […] The post How to watch Crankworx Innsbruck on your TV appeared first on Bikerumor .
Intense 951 Series Makes Sniper And Primer Carbon Frames Heaps More Affordable
Intense Cycles have created a new arm of the brand aimed at riders who are new to mountain biking. The Intense 951 Series is a more affordable run of the Sniper XC bike and the Primer Trail bike, carrying the very same carbon frames but with a spec list to match the reduced prices. The […] The post Intense 951 series makes Sniper and Primer carbon frames heaps more affordable appeared first on Bikerumor .
Spotlight: King Cage Side Load Titanium Bottle Cage Review
Finally, a long-awaited side-access model from the king of bottle cages. The post Spotlight: King Cage Side Load titanium bottle cage review appeared first on CyclingTips .
Bikeradar’S High-Mileage Heroes | Shimano Me7 Shoes
Worn in to the ground like a comfy pair of slippers
Tejay Van Garderen Is Retiring After Us Road Nationals
After more than 10 years in the WorldTour ranks, Tejay van Garderen will call it a career after US Road Nationals this weekend. The post Tejay van Garderen is retiring after US Road Nationals appeared first on CyclingTips .
8 Best Mountain Bike Drills
Pro mountain biker Hannah Finchamp shares her favorite skills and drills to improve your riding. Read the full article at 8 best mountain bike drills on VeloNews.com .