Over at the Pearl Izumi Blog, there’s an in-depth look at Breadwinner Cycles to accompany the second video in their “Built” series.
I’ve been using one of the new Outer Shell Mini Saddle Bags and I have to say, it does what it’s supposed to do in a nice and tight package that doesn’t rub on your thighs. Best of all, it’s made by Outer Shell! Head over to Outer Shell see more information.
The Starling Cycles Murmur Factory is a 29’r built to shred. In this video, Starling lent the bike to Leo Sandler, Kiwi Shredding supreme, to see what he could do with the bike on a wet, wild and slippy day in South Wales.
Our friends at the Global Cycling Network sure think so!
People love to hype themselves up to take on the DK, or Dirty Kanza. At this point, it has achieved a cult-like success due in part to its rapid growth in the gravel racing world but what does its growth mean? Bike Shop Girl dives right in on her latest podcast.
Wild Horses is a look at the first year of the Silk Road Mountain Race, a brutal, long distance, self-supported bikepacking race that follows the original trading route.
Juliana Bicycles riders Rachael and Julia take us on a trip through Slovenia’s mountains, all the way to the sea.
Here’s a chill look at the 333 Fab AirLandSea. If you missed the review and photo feature of this bike, check them out in the column on the left.
Here’s a very weird look at BBUC’s new lineup in a video entitled “Off Season” set to the tune of Donovan’s “Hurdy Gurdy Man.”
We’ve seen tandems shred before, but not like this!