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cycletimes.net | Cycle news Home About Art Work Poster News Fun Bike 4 All Cycle to work Health and Fitness Safety Council Cycle Safety Schemes The Knowledge Travel on yer bike Indoor cycling Artistic Cycling Cycle-Ball Race BMX Cyclo-Cross Mountain Bike Para-Cycling Road Triathlon Track Trials Equipment Protection Technology Bikes BMX Mountain Road Track Select Page Style Trumps Speed in a Ground-Breaking Crankworx Whistler Opener by cycledude | Aug 15, 2016 | Mountain, Mountain Bike, News Thomas Genon pulls out a final trick against competitor Jakub Vencl on his way down the Crankworx Whistler, CLIF Bar Dual Speed & Style. Photo by Clint Trahan. Style, speed and a double “first ever” marked the opening competition of Crankworx Whistler, as the final stop of the 2016 Crankworx World Tour got underway on Saturday. Slopestyle rider Tomas GENON (BEL) pulled out a win in the CLIF Bar Dual Speed & Style, proving tricks could dominate on the short, fast courses, despite athletes’ concerns the track itself would force speed to dominate. “At the beginning of the day it was looking like we couldn’t do anything with tricks because the seeding run shows that the top six were only racers. So I was just like, well, I’m going to do my best and see how it goes,” said Genon. Dual Speed and Style is the youngest sport at Crankworx and pits two riders against each other on a feature-laden, double course—one track for each rider. The riders have to beat the clock, and each other, but can be penalized or rewarded for the tricks they execute coming down the course. Absolutely squeaking in the win with a final burst of speed, Genon out-tricked and out-raced Jakub VENCL (CZE), clearly proving to have a little of both qualities in the tank. Competition for third spot had a mind-blowing story, meanwhile, as Tom VAN STEENBERGEN (CAN) earned the first perfect 100 in the sport’s history for executing its first double backflip—and he did it against his brother. “I was just stoked to pull that double flip in a race,” he said. “We’ve raced against each other before in BMX way back, but this was really cool. Speed and Style is about bringing Slopestyle and racing together, so it’s super cool, and it was just great to race against my brother. It feels like the funnest thing ever.” As Whistler marks the conclusion of the three-stop Crankworx World Tour, the competition also wrapped with Adrien LORON (FRA) being awarded the Speed & Style World Championship – his second series win. The points he’s accumulated so far also have him in the lead to secure the 2016 King of Crankworx. “I came in to this mountain biking world by winning the Crankworx pump track three years ago, then they invited me to Canada and I won again. And now it’s my main event,” he said. The CLIF Bar Dual Speed & Style marked the first live broadcast of seven, but is the fourth event of the 10-day festival. On day one of competition, the first Kidsworx Enduro Crankworx has ever staged had a crowd gathered at Blackcomb Mountain bright and early, with where young racers eager to drop into the trail. Showing true sportsmanship, Sam Marshall, 12, crossed the line with his brother Olly, 9, for one of the prouder moments of the festival thus far. “On the last bit, I was trying to catch up with my little brother and I did, and we did the last section of the course together. He pulled over to let me pass, but I said no, let’s keep going,” said Sam, who was among the first of the young fans to congratulate Genon on his win the following day. Crankworx is known as a place to ride alongside the best athletes in the sport and the Kidsworx events will be handed out by professional athletes, Rachel ATHERTON stopping by to hand out the Kidsworx Enduro. On day two of the festival, the SRAM Canadian Open Enduro Challenger presented by CamelBak, the Kidsworx Enduro, Kidsworx Village Crit, Kidsworx Run Bike Race and CLIF Bar Dual Speed & Style have run. Crankworx continues through Sunday, August 21 and hosts its own Crankworx Fantasy Competition on fantasy.crankworx.com . Players must select a team of athletes, staying below the salary cap, for a chance to win. Crankworx is broadcast on Crankworx.com, Pinkbike.com and the Slopestyle competition, Red Bull Joyride, is broadcast exclusively on Red Bull TV: ? SRAM Canadian Open Enduro presented by Specialized, Sunday Aug. 14, 5-7 p.m. PST; Sunday, Aug. 14 1-3 a.m. CET in Europe; Sunday, Aug. 14 noon to 2 p.m. NZT in New Zealand ? Fox Air DH Wednesday, Aug. 17 3:30-5:00 p.m. PST; Wednesday, Aug. 17 1:30-1:30 a.m. CET in Europe; Thursday, Aug. 18 10:30 a.m. – noon NZT in New Zealand ? Ultimate Pump Track Challenge presented by RockShox Thursday, Aug. 18 7:30-9:30 p.m. PST; Friday, Aug. 19 3:30-5:30 a.m. CET in Europe; Friday, Aug. 19 2:30-4:30 p.m. NZT in New Zealand ? Giant Dual Slalom Friday Aug. 19 5-7 p.m. PST; Saturday, Aug. 20 1-3am CET in Europe; Saturday, Aug. 20 noon-2 p.m. ? Canadian Open DH presented by iXS Saturday, Aug. 20 1-3p.m. PST; Saturday, Aug. 20 9-11 p.m. CET in Europe; Sunday, Aug. 21 8-10 a.m. NZT in New Zealand ? Red Bull Joyride Sunday, Aug. 21 10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. PST; Sunday, Aug. 21 6:30—9:30 p.m. CET in Europe; Monday, Aug. 22 5:30 – 8:30 a.m. CLIF Bar Dual Speed & Style winners: 1. Thomas GENON (BEL) 2. Jakub VENCL (CZE) 3. Tom VAN STEENBERGEN (CAN) Results for the inaugural SRAM Canadian Open Enduro Challenger presented by CamelBak will be posted on Crankworx.com. Thomas Genon (right) vs Jakub Vencl (left) during the CLIF Bar Dual Speed & Style at Crankworx Whistler. Photo by Clint Trahan. Bas Van Steenbergen during the CLIF Bar Dual Speed & Style at Crankworx Whistler. Photo by Clint Trahan. Thomas Genon during the CLIF Bar Dual Speed & Style at Crankworx Whistler. Photo by Clint Trahan. Ryan Howard (left) vs Bas Van Steenbergen (Right) during the CLIF Bar Dual Speed & Style at Crankworx Whistler. Photo by Clint Trahan. Tom Van Steenbergen (Red), vs Jakub Vencl (Black) during the CLIF Bar Dual Speed & Style at Crankworx Whistler. Photo by Clint Trahan. Thomas Genon (Left) vs Mitch Ropelato (Right) during the CLIF Bar Dual Speed & Style at Crankworx Whistler. Photo by Clint Trahan. Tom Van Steenbergen (red) vs Brendan Howey during the CLIF Bar Dual Speed & Style at Crankworx Whistler. Photo by Clint Trahan. Tomas Lemoine (Left) vs Mitch Chubey (Right) during the CLIF Bar Dual Speed & Style at Crankworx Whistler. Photo by Clint Trahan. Tom Van Steenbergen (red) vs Cam Zink (Stars) during the CLIF Bar Dual Speed & Style at Crankworx Whistler. Photo by Clint Trahan. Carson Storch (left) vs Tyler McCaul (right) during the CLIF Bar Dual Speed & Style at Crankworx Whistler. Photo by Clint Trahan. Cam Zink races in the Dual Speed and Style, Crankworx Whistler 2016. Photo: Scott Robarts. Riders shredded the first SRAM Canadian Open Enduro Challenger presented by CamelBak atCrankworx Whistler 2016. Photo: Scott Robarts. Nick Mcloed races in the SRAM Canadian Open Enduro Challenger presented by CamelBak at Crankworx Whistler 2016. Photo: Scott Robarts. MENTIONS: @officialcrankworx Marius Hoppensack Hands Beddo Bikes to Malik Haase by cycledude | Aug 15, 2016 | Mountain, Mountain Bike, News Since Marius Hoppensack founded Beddo in 2009 it’s already come a long way. Now it’s time for a change. After a long time in the spotlight of the Dirtjump industry, Marius now wants to move in other directions. The big question he had to ask himself was: “What will happen to his baby Beddo?” After six years under Marius Hoppensack, Beddo has a proud new owner. Luckily Marius quickly found a solution for that problem: The fellow young German Malik Haase will take over the ownership of Beddo. The fact that Marius and Malik found each other was more or less a coincidence. After coming back from a half-year long trip through New Zealand, where Malik had a lot of time to think about what he wants out of his future, the idea of doing something on his own and giving something back to the scene, that has shaped his life in so many ways, grew on him. When Marius found out about that he knew that his search for a new owner had an end. Malik: “I am so excited for the next couple of years! I can still watching the videos of Marius in awe back when I started riding. There’s no way I could’ve ever imagined taking over his brand one day. Originally I reached out to Marius earlier this year to ask him how he founded his own company back then. When he offered me to acquire Beddo instead of starting from scratch I couldn’t really believe what I just heard. I took some time to think about this big step, but right from the beginning I knew that there was no way I was going to let this opportunity slip! And now – here we are.” During the last year, Marius had less and less time for riding bikes and managing Beddo and so there was not a lot happening. Either way, Marius still kept working on a new aluminium frame in every free minute he could find. Now it’s Malik’s task to finish what Marius started. Marius: “What makes Beddo special, is that it’s rider owned. I spent time on my bike almost every day the last couple of years. That way I could develop new parts based on my own experiences and the input of the dudes I was riding with. Now that I only ride from time to time, the brand wouldn’t be real anymore. So now I’m happy that I found an active rider like Malik who can keep the realness of Beddo alive!” Rider owned in the truest sense! Malik: “This sport means so much to me! That’s why I think it’s very important to help pushing it in a good direction. Especially these days, as it seems to suffer from too many contests that aren’t in line with the freestyle spirit of it. During the time in New Zealand I realized again how much more fun riding is when you don’t focus about practicing for the next big competition and instead just have good times playing around on the bike with your buddies. And if we really think about it, I guess that’s why every single one of us started riding. So that’s the spirit we want to support with Beddo.” Malik has already made his first moves behind the scenes, designing a new website and bringing Erik Fedko, the 18 year old German shredder on his team. Erik will be showcasing his style on a Beddo from now on! Stay tuned for news! Rumors say that you can get your hands on one of the new frames early 2017. Check out the Beddo Website. Beddo on Facebook and on Instagram Malik’s Instagram Erik’s Instagram Pictures by Louis Schmidt and Johannes Herden MENTIONS: @beddo Giant Crankworx Whistler Dream Trip Contest – Winner by cycledude | Aug 15, 2016 | Equipment, Mountain Bike, News Congrats to Shane and his wife from central Washington, USA as they are headed on the Giant Crankworx Whistler Dream Trip, an all-inclusive trip to Crankworx Whistler, August 17 – August 21. I was thrilled when I was informed I had won the Giant Crankworx Dream Trip. (My wife too!) The opportunity to see world class mountain bikers compete in a beautiful setting like Whistler, B.C. will be an experience we will never forget! Not to mention the opportunity to ride new Giant bikes on the fantastic Whistler trails and meet members of the Giant team. THANKS GIANT! – Shane Shane will get to meet the team. Shane and his wife will be enjoying a full rock star treatment: Airfare, Accommodations, Lift Tickets, and the latest Giant bikes to ride at the most amazing bike park on the planet. Plus, they’ll gain VIP access to the best viewing spots and hang out with the Giant Factory Off-Road Team. This will be an experience that most mountain biker’s can only fantasize about! Prize Package! ? Airfare for the winning contestant and their friend. ? Lodging Wednesday, Aug. 17 – Sunday, Aug. 21. ? Whistler Bike Park lift tickets. ? GoPro cameras and accessories. ? VIP access to viewing areas. ? Demo bikes to ride. ? Hang out with the Giant Factory Off-Road Team. MENTIONS: @giantbicycles / @officialcrankworx / @GoPro / @WhistlerMountainBikePark Crankworx Returns to Rotorua With New Events by cycledude | Feb 29, 2016 | Mountain, Mountain Bike, News, Travel on yer bike Loic Bruni will be looking for another downhill victory after winning the Crankworx Rotorua Downhill presented by iXS. (Photo: Clint Trahan/Crankworx) A strong contingent of elite athletes, a new downhill race, the Deep Summer photography showcase, and more Kidsworx events will see Crankworx Rotorua expand for 2016 as New Zealand welcomes the international mountain biking community. Fans can join the King and Queen of the Crankworx World Tour, Bernard Kerr (GBR) and Anneke Beerten (NED), Aussie downhillers, Mick and Tracey Hannah, last year’s Crankworx Slopestyle Champion, Brett Rheeder (CAN), and elite riders like Casey Brown (CAN), Martin Soderstrom (SWE) and Loic Bruni (FRA) for the launch of the Crankworx World Tour’s second season. This year marks a chance at redemption, or proof the 2015 climb to supremacy was a true testament of a rider’s skill—and the riders are ready to roll. “I know, from last season, it takes a lot of energy and determination to win the Queen of the Crankworx World Tour, but I’m feeling fit and can’t wait to race all the different disciplines again,” says Beerten, inaugural Queen of the Crankworx World Tour. Rheeder will be back to make another play for the Triple Crown of Slopestyle on the course where his 2015 back-to-back winning streak began. And Nicholi Rogatkin (USA), author of the first 720-cork-360 (dubbed “The Twister”) at Masters of Dirt this month, will step up the competition, along with Thomas Genon. Genon quietly delivered a hat-trick of third place finishes for a strong 2015 Crankworx season and finished at the top of the FMB rankings, 324 points ahead of Rheeder, in second, with Rogatkin third. Thomas Genon was flying high at the end of the 2015 season, placing first in the FMB rankings and third at all three Crankworx tour stops. (Photo: Clint Trahan/Crankworx) In the downhill, Crankworx veteran champion Jill Kintner (USA) and Emilie Siegenthaler (SUI), third in the Crankworx Rotorua Downhill presented by iXS, will face Hannah, 2015 Crankworx DH Champion, Beerten and Brown. And in the men’s field, Crankworx DH Champion, Sam Blenkinsop (NZ) comes off a strong year to challenge last year’s Rotorua winner, Bruni, and top enduro racer, Fabien Barel (FRA). After years at the top of the Enduro World Series, Barel retired from professional racing in the fall, but has committed to doing the Crankworx Downhill Championships as part of a new product development role. “Crankworx is the only international DH series that brings us to meet very different riding communities,” Barel says. This could mean racing the new Crankworx tour stop alongside the same French and British fans who watched him deliver one of the sport’s great moments: his bare-knuckle 2005 UCI World Championships win in Les Gets. Riding alongside heroes of the sport is one of the truly unique aspects of every Crankworx festival, and four of the eight Crankworx Rotorua events are open to the public, including the Crankworx Rotorua Air Downhill, the Crankworx Rotorua Downhill presented by iXS, the Official Oceania Whip-Off Championships presented by Spank, for which members of the public must qualify, and GIANT Toa Enduro. The events have a way of propelling new or up-and-coming riders onto the world stage, as both New Zealand’s, Wyn Masters and Raewyn Morrison can attest. As the first stop of the Enduro World Series in 2015, the Giant Toa Enduro proved a huge boost for Masters, who pulled in for third, eventually securing a top 25 spot in the series. Morrison’s eleventh place finish launched an incredible year for the Kiwi; she finished ninth in the 2015 EWS rankings. “There’s something about racing at home in front of a crowd that’s special and, for sure, a great way to start the international race season,” says Masters. This year’s enduro is not an EWS round, so it offers a taste of world-class riding without the demands of world series racing. Local athletes can expect to join Josh Carlson (AUS), Aaron Bradford (USA), Fabien Cousinie (FRA) and Michal Prokop (CZE) on course with a strong New Zealand pro presence – Blenkinsop, Rupert Chapman, Cameron Cole, Matt Walker, Keegan Wright, and the Masters brothers, Ed and Wyn. Back for another crack at the Mons Royale Dual Speed and Style, meanwhile, S?derstr?m will be trying to best Kerr, who won the Crankworx Dual Speed & Style Championships, and riders like Adrien LORON (FRA), who place second. “I have said it before and I will say it again, Speed and Style is the perfect sport. Tight racing combined with big tricks is a crowd and rider favourite,” says S?derstr?m. Martin Soderstrom returns to the scene of this Mons Royale Dual Speed and Style victory, hoping to make the event a building block en route to King of the Crankworx World Tour. (Photo: Clint Trahan/Crankworx) Crankworx includes eight competitions and four live broadcasts, all to be shown on Crankworx.com, with the Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle also live on Red Bull TV. For this year’s enduro, Crankworx will run a live blog on its website with video and picture integration, and the latest information from the forest as the seven-stage race unfolds. Crankworx runs from March 9-13, 2016. Events include the Rotorua Pump Track Challenge presented by RockShox, Crankworx Rotorua Downhill presented by iXS, Crankworx Rotorua Air Downhill, Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle, Mons Royale Dual Speed and Style, Official Oceania Whip-Off Championships presented by SPANK and the Giant Toa Enduro. There will also be an expo at the Skyline Gravity Park, food and entertainment. Crankworx is broadcast live from Crankworx.com, Pinkbike.com and the Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle is live on Red Bull TV. Broadcast schedule: Mons Royale Dual Speed and Style: Thursday, Mar. 10, 5-7 p.m. NZDT; Wednesday, Mar. 9 8-10 p.m. PST; Thursday, Mar. 10 5-7 a.m. CET Rotorua Pump Track Challenge presented by RockShox: Friday, Mar. 11, 7-9 p.m. NZDT; Thursday, Mar. 10-midnight PST; Friday, Mar. 11 7-9 a.m. CET Crankworx Rotorua Slopestyle: Saturday, Mar.12 3-5:30 p.m. NZDT; Friday, Mar. 11, 6-8:30 p.m. PST; Saturday, March 12 3-5:30 a.m. CET Crankworx Rotorua Downhill presented by iXS: Sunday, Mar. 13 2:30-5:30 p.m. NZDT; Saturday, Mar. 12 5:30-8:30 p.m. PST; Sunday, Mar. 13 2:30-5:30 a.m. CET WHAT’S NEW: – Crankworx Rotorua Air DH: Designed as a participatory event, this race will bring the NZ bike community out to ride with the pros. The Air DH is set on Skyline Rotorua Gravity Park’s Mr. Black, and has 32 jumpable features, including tables, step downs, step ups, shark fins, doubles and a wall-ride. Find out more and register today on Crankworx.com. – Deep Summer Rotorua Photo Challenge: Four talented photographers and three iconic locations. Experience Rotorua’s riding culture like you’ve never seen it before – through the eyes of another’s lens. The inaugural Deep Summer Rotorua Photo Challenge will be held immediately after Saturday’s Slopestyle event and anyone from around the world will be able to vote for their favourite presentation online at Crankworx.com for 24 hours following the conclusion. – Live blog: Coverage of the GIANT Toa Enduro will include a live blog on Crankworx.com with photos, interviews and video. Be sure to tune in and follow the Periscope coverage of Stages 6 and 7. The GIANT Toa opens the festival on Wednesday, Mar. 9 NZDT. Blog coverage will start at approximately 10 a.m. NZDT; Tuesday, Mar. 8, 1 p.m. PST on the West Coast of North America; Tuesday, Mar. 8, 10 p.m. CET in Europe – Kidsworx: A new race has been added to the line-up for 2016. The Skyline Warrior DH Race is run on a Grade 4 difficulty trail, Sprint Warrior, and is a step up from the Spawn Cycles Hipster DH. Racers 6-9 years-old must be accompanied by an adult. Find out more and register online at com. Also new: Kids’ pump track, built by Empire of Dirt, the same team building the main pump track for the Rotorua Pump Track Challenge presented by RockShox; VIP parking for kids bikes, so the groms don’t have to cart a bike around all day; and Spawn Cycles and GIANT demo bikes on site for kids to test. – Official Oceania Whip-Off presented by Spank: This year’s whip-off is a multi-air affair with a new jump designed to take the event to the next level – along the lines of Whistler’s Crabapple Hits. Don’t miss the highlights on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Periscope on Wednesday, Mar. 9 6:30 – 7:30 p.m. NZDT; Tuesday, Mar. 8 3:30-4:30 p.m. PST; Wednesday, Mar. 9 6:30-7:30 a.m. CET. – Expo & Demo expansion: Over 50 exhibitors will be joining the expo and demo area this year with new brands including ilabb, Camelbak and Powasol to name a few. Try a bike from one of seven demo bike companies on Skyline Gravity Park’s bike track. Registration is still open for the GIANT Toa Enduro, the Crankworx Rotorua Downhill presented by iXS and the Crankworx Rotorua Air DH. Sign up now on Crankworx.com. Tickets for all events are on sale now through Crankworx.com. MENTIONS: @officialcrankworx SRAM’s Roam 60 Carbon Wheels Go Wide by cycledude | Feb 29, 2016 | Mountain, News, Travel on yer bike Roam 60 Fast climbs and fast descents—from sunup till sundown. Truly made for the modern mountain biker, Roam wheels use a special balance of low-inertia design, weight and strength to excel on a wide variety of terrain. They’re durable enough for hours in the saddle, yet light enough for race day. The new Roam 60’s careful combination of shape, width, design, and materials yields a new carbon wheelset that gives bikers the speed-enabling features they want—and the critical reliability they need. Lightweight, high-strength 30-mm carbon rims increase control and confidence in any terrain. The precision engagement of Double Time hubs ensure quick, consistent power delivery from the pedals, and a durable, smooth-rolling feel. The new Roam 60 is the wheel for riders who want everything and don’t like to compromise. Light and strong carbon rim designed for more speed, more control and more reliability. 30mm wide profile, hookless, tubeless ready, carbon rim, smooth, quick engagement with durable Double Time hubs, stealthy new graphics and a customizable sticker pack. Details: Use: trail, enduro Size: 27.5” Rim construction: carbon – hookless Rim inside width: 30mm Cassette compatibility: SRAM XD, non-XD Axle type (wheels)—regular: Front: includes decal pack, quick release, 15x100mm and 20x110mm thru axle caps Rear: includes decal pack, quick release and 12x142mm thru axle caps Axle type (wheels)—Boost: Front: includes decal pack, 21mm standard and 31mm RockShox Torque thru-axle caps Rear: includes decal pack, 12×148 thru axle caps Driver Mechanism: Double Time – four pawls 24 steel bladed spokes – black, double-butted 2.0 to 1.8 Bearings: sealed cartridge Rim section: asymmetrical Spoke pattern: 2 cross Weight: front 750g – rear 875g (weights are in the lightest configuration) MSRP (front/rear): $900/1000 | €939/1043 | £720/800 900 Hubs Whether the goal is a finish line, epic adventure or simply getting back home again, our new 900 hubs are ready for the challenge. On the inside, our smooth and durable Double Time drive mechanism ensures rapid engagement for quick and confident pedal responsiveness. This straight-aligned, 4-pawl design turns the 26-tooth ratchet ring into 52 points of contact. The result: smooth 6.9-degree engagement without reducing tooth size or offsetting internal geometry—which means serious long-term durability. Speedball bearings provide smooth, long-lasting rotation performance. Multiple spoke-count and cassette-capability options, as well as interchangeable end caps make the 900 hubs a perfect choice for any disc-equipped road, gravel, cyclocross, cross country, trail, or enduro bike. Versatile driver body can accept road or MTB drivetraina, full spline or XD cassettes Fully convertible with tool free end caps Boost variants 24, 28 or 32 spoke holes Usage: road, CX, TT, gravel,XC, trail, enduro Axle options: Front: QR 100 CAPS (DIA. 19mm), TA 12×100, TA 15×100, TA 15×110, TA 15×110 TORQUE CAPS (DIA. 31mm), TA 20×110 Rear: QR 135, TA 12×142, TA 12×148 Spoke holes: 24, 28, 32 Driver mechanism: Double Time – four pawls MSRP (front/rear): $79/199 | €82/208 | £63/159 Weight: front: 150g, rear: 275g www.sram.com 10th Annual Geoff Gulevich Garage Sale by cycledude | Feb 28, 2016 | Equipment, Fun, News March 6th marks The Tenth Annual Geoff Gulevich Garage Sale! The sale will begin at 11 AM sharp! (Don’t bother coming early, we won’t be set up yet.) Vendors will include: – Geoff Gulevich – Thomas Vanderham – Micayla Gatto – Reece Wallace – Eric Lawrenuk – Noah Brousseau – Kurt Sorge – Graham Agassiz – Brett Tippie Items for sale will include all gear from last season, such as: – Front and rear suspension – Freeride, DH, Trail and SS bikes – Jerseys, shorts, pants, Tshirts etc. – Basically anything mountain bike related you can imagine! Black Tusk Jerky will also be present with samples and Jerky to purchase! Same location as always, 824 Esquimalt. West Vancouver BC. Canada. Directions: Southbound down Taylor Way. Right on Keith. Take the first exit of the roundabout, up Esquimalt. Second driveway on the left. Come on by for a fun day with the Pros. Grab your biking needs while this biking season shapes up! MENTIONS: @Gulevich87 / @tvanderham / @micaylagatto / @reecewallace / @lornny / @noahbbrousseau / @kurt-rider /@aggy / @bretttippie The Making of a Nukeproof Horizon Flat Pedal – Video by cycledude | Feb 28, 2016 | News, Technology, The Knowledge The Nukeproof Horizon pedal is arguably the best flat pedal on the market – developed in conjunction with the world’s most famous flat pedal rider, Sam Hill, it recently received 10/10 from MBR magazine. We (Chain Reaction Cycles) spoke to the guys at Nukeproof to see what it takes to make a pedal fit for a downhill legend. Initial step: Design brief The key requirements for the design (form and function) are set out and drawn from previous model testing, customer feedback and Team Chain Reaction PayPal riders Sam Hill, Mike Jones, Joe Smith and Elliott Heap. The initial sketch Nukeproof’s creative designer sketches his vision of what the new pedal should look like, with input from the Nukeproof design team. Computer modelling Next, the paper-and-pen drawing is handed to Nukeproof’s Design Engineer who works his magic and translates the sketch into reality, using Solidworks to create a production part drawing meeting the initial brief. 3D printing Once agreed, the Solidworks version of the Horizon pedal is brought to life on Nukeproof’s own 3D printer. The 3D printed version of the pedal is fitted with all the parts of the final version, including the axle and pins. Forging Once the team are happy with the 3D printed version, an alloy forging of the pedal is produced, which becomes the unfinished ‘blank’ of the production pedal. CNC machining The raw forged alloy is then machined to production specification, finished in black ano with a polished face and black height adjustable pins. MENTIONS: @ChainReactionCycles / @Nukeproof-Bicycles Bulls Bikes USA Unveils 2016 Mountain Bike Models by cycledude | Feb 12, 2016 | Cycle to work, Fun, Health and Fitness, Mountain, News, Travel on yer bike Bulls Bikes USA, a German-born bike company that launched in the U.S. April 2015, is unveiling eight models this spring 2016. Available online only through Bulls’ website are four new mountain bikes, two new road bikes and two new cyclocross bikes, on top of the company’s existing 27 models. “We’re incredibly excited to bring in new models that will add to the already successful launch of the brand in the U.S.,” said Sharon Yu, general manager of Bulls Bikes USA. “We’re offering truly unbeatable quality bikes at groundbreakingly low prices. What has been most rewarding is that consumers are using our customized and interactive sizing charts to dial in their bike choices and make purchasing decisions. It’s definitely been a proof of concept.” In the mountain bike lineup, Bulls is expanding on its four-bike fleet of Copperhead models that will retail as low as the $1,299.00 Copperhead supreme 29 +, to $1,999.00 for the Copperhead 3 RSi and Copperhead 29 RSi models. Two of the Copperhead models, the Copperhead 3 RSi and the Copperhead 29 RSi, will be ready to shred with FOX 32 Float and 100mm forks. Bulls will also build on the Wild Cup all-mountain series with the Wild Cup 3, a lavishly-specced and lightweight all-mountain hammer. Copperhead 3 RSi $1,999 Copperhead 29 RSi $1,999 Copperhead supreme 29 + $1,299 Wild Cup 3 $2,399 ABOUT BULLS Founded in Germany in 1994, Bulls offers a diverse selection of bicycles including mountain bikes, road bikes, e-bikes, children’s bikes, hybrids, commuters and urban models. The brand has enjoyed notable success and widespread popularity as a staple bike manufacturer throughout Europe and launched in the U.S. market in 2015. To learn more about Bulls Bikes USA, please visit www.BullsBikesUSA.com Airtime Camp mit Steffi Marth by cycledude | Feb 12, 2016 | Mountain Bike, News Das Airtime Camp mit (Trek Gravity Girl), Steffi Marth richtet sich an alle Frauen, die schon immer mal intensiv Sprünge (Tables, Doubles, Drops) auf dem Mountainbike üben wollten. Voraussetzungen: Die Teilnehmerinnen sollten schon Erfahrungen beim Mountainbiken und im Bikepark gesammelt haben. Es wird zwar eine sichere Fahrweise vorausgesetzt, aber keine spezielle Erfahrung mit Sprüngen ben?tigt. Ein eigenes Mountainbike oder Leihbike (Fully ab 160mm Federweg) sowie Flat Pedals, Knie- Ellbogen- und Rückenprotektoren und Integralhelm. Flat Pedals und IXS Schoner k?nnen im Notfall auch bei Steffi geliehen werden, bitte vorher Bescheid geben. Falls jemand kein passendes Bike bzw. Ausrüstung besitzt, kann dies bei Sport Mitterer direkt gegenüber gegen Gebühr ausleihen. Nathan Hughes photo. Ablauf: Die Anreise erfolgt individuell am Sonntag abend, 03.Juli 2016 oder am Montag morgen 04.Juli 2016. Montag, 04.07.2016: 10:00 Uhr Begrü?ung und Einstellung der Bikes und des Materials anschlie?end bis ca. 17Uhr (inkl. Mittagspause): Fahrtechnik Training ?BASICS“ auch mit Foto – Videoanalyse. Auswertung am Abend. Dienstag, 05.07.2016: 10:00 Uhr – ca. 17 Uhr (inkl. Mittagspause): intensives Training an Drops und Tables Mittwoch, 06.07.2016: ab 10:00 Uhr – open end (inkl. Mittagspause): Freies Fahren im Bikepark und Anwendung des Gelernten. Steffi wird mit euch fahren und korrigieren bzw. weitere Tipps geben. Lerninhalt: Bevor es ans Springen geht werden kurz die wichtigsten Inhalte zur Fahrtechnik wiederholt (Haltung, Bremsen, Kurven etc.) Dann wird die Technik des Springens von Grund auf gelernt. D.h. vom Bunny Hop über kleinere ?Hüpfer“ bis hin zu richtigen Sprüngen über Tables und Drops. Der Bikepark Leogang hat eine gro?e Variation an Sprüngen, so kann man sich auf kleineren Sprüngen an den Bewegungsablauf gew?hnen und dann langsam steigern. Zur Kursleiterin: Steffi Marth will stets hoch hinaus, und das immer mit dem unb?ndigen Drang nach unten: Die deutsche BMX- und 4X-Meisterin und WM-Medaillengewinnerin lebt ihren Sport – und biked für ihr Leben gerne. Ob DH-Weltcup, 4X-WM, Freeride Stunts oder Fahrtechnik Camps, in Deutschland, Europa und der ganzen Welt: Steffi sitzt immer auf dem Bike und liebt es andere mit dem Zweirad-Virus anzustecken. Preis: 2 N?chte: ab € 334,-/Person im Einzelzimmer inkl. Verw?hnpension und 2-Tages-Liftkarte ab € 348,-/Person im Doppelzimmer inkl. Verw?hnpension und 2-Tages-Liftkarte 3 N?chte: ab € 426,-/Person im Einzelzimmer inkl. Verw?hnpension und 2-Tages-Liftkarte ab € 447,-/Person im Doppelzimmer inkl. Verw?hnpension und 2-Tages-Liftkarte Kinder- und Jugendpreise auf Anfrage! Es ist zu beachten, dass eine Gruppe von 8 Personen die maximale Anzahl an Teilnehmerinnen ist. salzburgerhof.eu/de/blog/steffi-marth-wp658-29.html MENTIONS: @trekgravitygirl / @natedh9 Wiggle and Chain Reaction Cycles Merge Confirmed by cycledude | Feb 12, 2016 | Equipment, News Wiggle and Chain Reaction Cycles announce today that they are to merge to further strengthen their position in the global online retailing world of cycling, running, swimming and triathlon (tri-sports) products and accessories. The transaction is subject to a number of regulatory approvals, including merger control clearance from the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA). Together the combined business will be able to supply a broader offering and a stronger platform with which to attract new brands and compete in the wider cycling and accessories market. Financially, the combined business will have revenues in excess of £300m. Stefan Barden, Chief Executive Officer of Wiggle, said: “In the global online retailing market in which we operate, there is a compelling industrial logic for our two businesses to come together to become a stronger force. We have long respected Chain Reaction Cycles as a business and share its values and commitment to delivering the best possible price and first class service for its customers. Like us they have a deep seated love of cycling. The combined business will offer all customers an extended range of brands and products, with Wiggle’s strength in tri-sports and road cycling complemented by Chain Reaction Cycles’ strength in mountain biking, BMX and road cycling too. The deal propels Wiggle faster towards its objective of building a global online champion and a major British export success story.” Chris Watson, Managing Director of Chain Reaction Cycles, said: “This is an exciting new chapter for the Chain Reaction Cycles brand. Since the business started in 1984, we’ve grown strongly from our mountain bike origins in Northern Ireland to meet the needs of more MTB, BMX and road cyclists across more countries. Coming together with Wiggle is a great way to continue that growth, as a global force in cycling and a leader in technology, eCommerce and innovation.” MENTIONS: @ChainReactionCycles ? 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