This week has been a varied news week, there has been a new edit from Brendan Fairclough, a helmet cam run of the longest urban DH race, new carbon bikes from Poland and lots more besides. Dig in and catch up here....
'A Dogs Life' episode two is out now! Find it on Youtube here. We couldn't find a clip on Instagram though, so here's Brendan smashing deep loam for your viewing pleasure.
If you fancy something carbon, Polish and unique, the Antidote Carbonjack could be for you. It's just got a big update, rolling on 29er wheels with associated geometry and suspension updates.
2020 may have only just begun but the Enduro World Series is already thinking ahead to 2021 with the release of the race calendar. 20201 see's the EWS return to Scotland, plus an expanded e-bike series!
Tomas Slavik wins the longest urban DH race over in Bogota Columbia last week. This is a truly incredible run, well worth a watch! It may feel like he rides down steps for 90% of this video but the sheer length of the course looks not to be underestimated.
Legends, Steve Peat, Rob Warner, Will Longden and Nigel page get together to shred Bike Park Wales, banter is on an all-time high, as is the swearing. Still worth a watch - very much not kid-friendly!
With all this rain, we reckon a lot of you will be turning your thoughts towards your summer holidays. MTB Beds have just announced a new trip - the Trans Liguria point to point tour. Seven days of riding all the best trails from Finale Ligure looping around the Liguria mountain range until you end up back at a sun-kissed Finale beachfront - sounds ideal.....
Hardly ever out of the news at the moment in terms of new components, Wolf Tooth has new axels to shout about, this time for road, gravel and CX forks. There are six colours to choose from, four lengths and they cost £42 each.
Revel bikes launched a new wheelset this week, and it's not just any new wheelset, these are 100% recyclable. Made from a new 'fusion-fiber' technology, the rim can be chopped up, melted down and reused as another bike park. It's great to see a company working towards a more limited impact on the environment.
Swiss company Yep Components have just announced a new multi-directional dropper post lever. The lever can be retrofitted to any mechanical post and can be pushed with the thumb or pulled with the forefinger to action.
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