Colours, cabling, ISCG and thru-axle rears from the man from Southern California
Jon took a Devinci Dixon and an Atlas 29r out for a rider around the desert. Here, for our Premier subscribers are his thoughts on both. UPDATE: Close up image gallery now added! A Premier Sub costs just £2/month via visa/debit card and you can cancel at anytime.
The Andorrans have been busy boys lately.We’ve seen the relaunched and revamped Commencal Meta AM, the replacement for the very popular Meta 5.5 trail bike. The AM took MegaAvalanche victory this year under Remy Absalon and it’s satisfyingly longer, lower and slacker than before, the design taking cues from the redesigned Supreme DH V3 the […]
Mike has news of the final round of the CRC MTB Marathon series, taking place in the picturesque town of Ruthin: Only a week to go before the last event of the 2011 season kicks off at the Rugby Club in Ruthin, North Wales. The 17th and 18th of September are the two days when […]
A shock pump that sets your bike up for you and the long awaited uppy downy post from the vulpine engineers
Some carefully hand-selected photos from Wednesday at Interbike for Premier users. These pics will be appearing on the main site shortly with some detail, but in the meantime, here’s a peek…
Word from north of the border for all you 24 hour race fans… With 24 hour solo riding considered one of the toughest and challenging championship events in the global calendar, the opportunity to be recognized as the best is regarded as one of the highest accolades in the mountain biking community. However, with no […]
Just for our Premier users here’s Interbike 2011 Video Diary part 2 with Jon and Chipps’ highlights of day 2 in the desert.
We took a look (and a test ride) at the booth of Canadian brand Devinci. Bikes are all made in Canada and the suspension models use Dave Weagle’s Split Pivot design. First up is the 145mm travel, 26in wheel, ‘should be good in the UK’ Dixon. It’s pitched as a true all mountain bike that’ll […]