As the Automatic kind of sang “What’s that coming over the hill is it the weekend? is it the weekend?” It’s vaguely lunchtime and it’s time for Fresh Goods Friday.
29in, 130mm and as stiff as a downhill fork, reckons Cannondale
Cunning lubricants from the Swiss, front pumpers from California and clothing from Scotland. All this and more await
Pimp Fury, the Ultimate Trigger, some ‘cross bikes for either side of the divide and our favourite paintjob of 2012
Chipps gets a decent test ride in on the new 26in, 130mm Cannondale Trigger
The new Lefty loses its boot and gains durability and weather proofing.
Dinky Oranges (satsumas?), rubbery overload via Maxxis and Conti, new C’dale helmets and more…
Yup, most of us are on the final straight before Christmas now but here at Singletrack it’s a bit like Santa’s been already – it’s a bumper edition of Fresh Goods for you this Friday.. Cannondale Jekyll 3 With more TLAs in the spec list than ATWMTLAs, the Jekyll strikes boldly out into the world […]
We’ll kick this week’s Fresh Goods off with a dilemma. If four wheels are good, are two wheels better? Is a bicycle built for two better than two bicycles built for one? Cannondale Mountain Tandem Chipps is going to find out. It’s his new personal (is that possible?) bike, the classic aluminium Cannondale tandem. Frisbee […]
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 […]
Cannondale has added to its 29er offering with a new Scalpel race/trail bike. Here’s the quick and dirty on it: As seen it’s 21.4lb/9.6kg. Frame and shock are 1900g It comes out in September/October time and will come in Small to XL. 100mm travel front and rear It’s all carbon Press Fit 30 BB, 142×12 […]
This week’s video contain mental big mountain riding, amazing golden light and much more..
The latest crop of electric powered bicycles from Eurobike, but they’re not your average hybrid shoppers..