There's been lots going on in the cycling world this week, we've picked out the most interesting team transfers, the new bikes that matter, cyclocross race news that is pretty rad, plus loads more! Dig in....
Canyon and Jack Moir join forces for 2020. Moir leaves Intense and downhill racing to race a full season of the Enduro World Series, no doubt he'll shake things up at the top!
Chris Akrigg ends his long term relationship with Mongoose and teams up with GT Bicycles this year!
British Redbull athlete Tom pulled a second place out to the bag at the Cyclocross worlds over a muddy and technical track. Not only that, he was also the first Brit to participate in the elite event and he's only 20 years old.
There's a new Switchblade out and an edit to go with it. The new trail bike gets more travel (142mm at the rear) and a different shock layout too, plus geometry updates.
The launch of the Turbo Levo SL e-bike. Need we say more? Everything you need to know is here...
Canyon has just released new Strive race bikes, these are lighter, top-spec models with spec changes rather than an geometry updates. The brand reckon these two bikes are the best Strives they have ever built.
Not a fake account, the car manufacturer Jeep has made an e-bike. It's a e-fatbike (sorry) and it's made by a company called QuietKat, essentially making it a rebranded QuietKat which is new to their lineup.
Surfing on bikes or boards in Portugal sounds pretty good to us! Ratboy and the Cannondale Waves crew got the camera out at Chiba Bike Farm for another raucous edit.
Apidura has a new handlebar pack out, it weighs just 160g and is good for everyday rides and for fast and light racing.
Joe Barnes has a new edit out - Bike Launch Road Trip, in honour of his new race bike picked up from Orange HQ.
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