Ten time World Champion downhiller Nico runs us through his tricked out Lapierre Zesty..
It’s the first day of Eurobike. Well, that’s actually tomorrow, but today is the Demo Day. For many dealers it’s a chance to ride bikes on a not-particularly-challenging mountain bike course and on the roads, but for Chipps and Matt, it’s a chance to have a wander round the booths, take pictures of products in […]
Chipps takes us through the new 2011 XTR groupset, inbetween riding and stroking horses..
While we were in Germany attending Cube Bike’s 2011 product launch we also got a quick look and play on their Hanzz freeride bike. It’s been redesigned for 2011 with the Horst-style four bar suspension using a new one-piece rocker link to drive the re-tuned Fox DHX RC4 coil shock. There is also a rather […]
There are lots of things that are big in Germany that aren’t so big over here, David Hasselhof is a good example. Cube Bikes are massive in Germany, but unlike ex-Baywatch stars they’ve been making inroads into the UK lately and for good reason. They make a staggeringly huge range of bikes, all the way […]
More from GT Bikes with an up to date version of the classic Zaskar and a very affordable 29er..
GT show us what’s new for 2011 in their range of suspension bikes made for pedalling up, down and along.
We take look at GT’s new 2011 range, starting with the Gravity models..
We’ve just returned from Chatel in the Portes Du Soleil, France to attend the launch of Lapierre’s new ‘big mountain’ range of bikes. First up we’ll cover the 160mm travel all mountain Spicy, which has been tweaked for 2011 to further improve on a package that we already liked. Here’s a quick video overview: For […]