Unless you have been living under a rock with no internet for the last few years you will know that Danny Macaskill is a bit of a weapon on a bike! When riders collaborate with a brand there are often two distinct outcomes. Good and Bad. Danny is a rider of extremes and if he can […]
Thankfully for us all Shimano are very good at sharing their technologies between their groupsets. Picking the best bits, and putting them all together in their latest gravity orientated setup the new Saint groupset has some of the most innovative features we have seen for a good while. There are some great features to the […]
The glimmers of summer that have recently beamed down on UK weekends mean we have been reaching for dry weather rubber, mother nature however is a fickle mistress and the wet stuff returned for a ride we took up at Aston Hill recently. So it was time for a change, of tyres. Schwalbe have been […]
In 2011, Specialized introduced their EVO line to a few of their popular bike models. The EVO series of bikes are designed for riders looking for a more aggressive setup in terms of geometry, suspension, and more. The 2012 Stumpjumper includes AutoSag which allows the rider to automatically set their sag.
After what seems a long time Crankbrothers have been busy with their all new adjustable seatpost, the Kronolog aims to be ‘technical, durable and beautiful’. Having been pushed through ten design iterations Crankbrothers have settled on an air spring design operated by a cable with a two way locking mechanism. So it seems they have […]