Another photo love story from Eurobike. This time we have some huge shots from Kona, Specialized, Five Ten, Giro, Bell, Yeti, Chub and more…
A couple of oddities and loads of stuff from U.S.E., Race Face, Mondraker and Bionocon.
In this epsiode: how to make a SRAM XX cassette, Santa Cruz Tall Boy, Kona’s next generation Magic Link and lots more…
Eurobike 2009, and Matt and Chipps are over there looking for the new stuff. Here’s the first of their photo reports from the show: First-off we’re featuring new stuff from the Brits, Orange, Endura, DMR, Brooks and Hope, plus some titillation from Chris King.
Day one from Matt and Chipps’ EuroBike adventure. Stuff from Orange, Gore, Endura, Fox, Chris King, Poc, Giro and Bell. Plus odd 16in wheel DH bikes.
Despite being in the middle of hectic preparations to get the Charge Arms ready for Eurobike next week, David from Charge Bikes has just sent over a sneak preview of their 2010 mountain bikes. Yes you did hear correctly, apparently their Eurobike trade stand is going to be in the style of a traditional British pub.
We’ve just been sent a bunch of pics of next year’s Genesis bikes. And it’s not just a case of B.N.G. (Bold New Graphics).
More from Giant for 2010, this time carbon is the material of choice for the Anthem X XC bike and the Trance X trail bike. Tom de Bruin reports.
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.
Trek’s 2010 bikes – new carbon stays on the Fuel EX line, plus a brand new Fox shock, new shock on the Top Fuel too. And how about that OCLV hardtail?
Mark was invited out to Morzine see the 2010 range of Lapierre bikes. 2010 sees a mixture of simple colour changes and some substantial geometry changes across the more XC oriented bikes.
Would you believe it, the Lefty has made it to 10, and is still a fork surrounded by controversy. People just can’t get past that single fork leg despite your car having four of them. Unless you drive a Robin Reliant, of course, but then you’re probably quite open to a little strangeness anyway.