It’s big weight savings in the Giant camp for 2010, an all new Faith, all new Glory, and a Reign X revamp. Tom de Bruin reports.
New stuff in from Straitline, Pendle, Magura, Nema, Crank Bros, Mavic, Commencal, Lumicycle and Ice Toolz…
Now in its 4th year, this event continues to attract enthusiast and newbie’s alike, all keen to test their endurance and bike handling skills in a festival-like atmosphere, with hundreds of other like-minded souls.
For 2010 Marzocchi’s goal for the Dirt Jump range was to increase the strength and performance without adding weight. Extensive testing has resulted in added strength but with less weight and working with re-designed internals.
The NISSAN UCI Mountain Bike World Cup takes place this weekend in Bromont, Canada, and Freecaster.tv will be there LIVE bringing you the DHI from 19:15 CET on Saturday August 1st. Tune in on Sunday 2nd of August for the 4X from 01:00 CET and the XCO from 17:15 CET. They’ve already posted the Fox Racing Shox Course Walk for the DHI event, plus a helmet cam run with Double World Champion Fabien Barel.
You may have been wondering why the front page of the site has been quiet this week. Well, we’ve all been in Morzine on the 2009 Singletrack Magazine Reader Holiday hosted by Flow MTB. A full report will be in the next issue but in the meantime here’s a little teaser for y’all…
Only a day to go before the Merida Marathon roadshow once again return to Selkirk in the Scottish borders for the Scottish round of the 2009 Merida Bikes MTB Marathon series.
The 9th Hope Valley Mountain Bike Challenge takes place on Saturday 26th September 2009. It offers a choice of two off-road routes of approx 20 and 38 miles around the Hope Valley.
A new 160+mm travel big brother to the Mojo Carbon and Mojo SL. We know of a certain heavily bearded man who will be interested in slinging a leg over one of these…
This promotion allows all new members of CTC to get a free set of Knog ‘Frog’ lights when they join CTC. You should join the CTC anyway – they’re ace.
The Bicycle Film Festival has become a voice for the culture, history, sport and relevance of the bicycle across the globe. The BFF has played a formative role in modern bike culture, fusing fashion, music and art scenes to different areas of the bicycle community itself (track bikes, BMX, road cycling) around a shared passion for the bicycle.