DT Swiss has taken their 1501 Spline One series of wheels and expanded the number of rim widths offered. No matter what your discipline is or what tire size you want to run, there is an option for you. Within the 1501 series, DT Swiss has three different rim classifications. For cross country, there is the
Crested Butte Mountain Resort’s Evolution Bike Park has a little something for everyone. Photo by Chris Segal Not that you really needed one, but here’s yet another reason to ride mountain bikes in Crested Butte. On the eve of Fall Outerbike 2016, the company behind these popular consumer demo events, Western Spirit Cycling, announced it
The men’s and women’s pro overall races are all but sewn up, but there is still much on the line this weekend in Italy. Photo courtesy Enduro World Series Italy’s Finale Outdoor Resort will once again host the closing race of the Enduro World Series season, as 500 riders take to the area’s iconic trails
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When walking the aisles at the Interbike trade show, it’s easy to get caught up in the latest and greatest new products. But it’s very possible your best option is not buying all new gear, but upgrading your current equipment. Indeed, it is often cheaper to upgrade then buy new. Take PUSH Industries, which offers
At Interbike last week I got a chance to try the Rohloff internally geared hub, called the Speedhub, for the first time, and it was an interesting experience. The test rig I rode was a Ventana Wolfram with a gorgeous sparkling orange finish and a swoopy frame–but this isn’t a review of the bike. Instead, I
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For 2017, Ergonomic accessories giant SQlab has two new saddle designs, plus an innovative new bar-end alternative. Video: SQlab 611 and 612 Ergowave Saddles and Innerbarends //www.youtube.com/watch?v=pzVk9z2sW5c Tobias Hild, CEO of SQlab, introduces three key additions to their 2017 lineup. See More Photos » Based around the Ergowave Design Shell that was developed in partnership
Let’s face it, when buying a new bike price is always a factor. This is even more true for the beginner looking to upgrade from their “starter” bike. The hardcore enthusiast may complain about the never ending cycle of new technologies that seem to come out every other month, but one benefit is this innovation
Editor’s Note: “Over a Beer” is a regular column written by Greg Heil. While Greg is the Editor in Chief for Singletracks.com, any opinions expressed in this column are his alone and do not necessarily represent the opinions of Singletracks.com. My mind was wandering during my after work ride recently, and following some undirected self reflection I