Our first ride on the new XT groupset, starting with the new XTR-alike brakes
Yeti has a new 6in travel trail bike out; the SB-66. It looks simple, works complicated and rides great.
So just before deadline we headed up to the rather cosy Dog and Partridge at Tosside to see the new 2012 next-year offerings from Santa Cruz. No Powerpoints in stuffy darkened rooms from these boys, instead two days of riding bikes round Gisburn Forest before retiring for the evening to drink beer and be really […]
Here’s some more unedited bling for Singletrack Premier users only to dribble over. Full stories for regular users will follow as soon as we get a minute to write them.
Not from Shimano though, from Ki2Bikes who chop up Dura Ace stuff for you.
Here’s a tie-together of many of the 29er bits and pieces we saw around the Otter. We’ll visit many of them again in future stories, but this is where we’ll keep them all together. Sitting comfortably? Then we’ll start at the top. DT Swiss The Swiss boys have launched a pair of 29er rims and […]
New Blur XC-C, belt drives, 29ers from Ritchey, Intense and Charge, plus more!
29ers, hot lids and the funkiest stem we’ve seen for years…
A couple of smaller companies at the more rugged end of things.
It’s taking a while to get through all our shots from Interbike. Here’s another 50 or so. There are still plenty more where they came from. So, without further ado, and in no particular order we present: Royal Racing – there were some great, vibrant colours on the Royal Racing booth. Some bringing a new […]
Just before Interbike, Trek Bikes kidnapped Chipps and bundled him into a van, releasing him several hours later in the high mountain resort of Brian Head, Utah. The reason was to show off its two new race bikes: The Session downhill bike, as ridden to Worlds victory by Tracy Moseley (see her actual bike here) […]