If lactic acid isn’t setting your legs on fire, the embrocation better be. Face it, cyclocross is a cruel mistress, and she wants to make you hurt. Enter the Full Tilt Boogie, all-carbon, rock solid and agile as a cat, with the tried-and-true racing geometry of the ever popular Gin & [...]
Archive for July, 2011
The durable steel-tubed Whiskey Tango Foxtrot can be many bikes. A tad relaxed, with tire clearance for up to 700×52c — that’s 29×2.1 in case you’re wondering — it can be a road bike, a cruiser, a fixie, a townie, a cross bike, a full-rigid 29er, or our favorite, monster cross. [...]
Fast becoming a fave of the cross crowd – and just plain fast – the Gin & Trombones has its roots in the hardcore cross scene in Belgium. But it’s also earned its place on race podiums in the U.S. of A. For those of you who think racing really starts in [...]
The new Rivet – Extreme power transfer and comfort. Carbon wrapped construction tuned for extreme confidence and performance with 1.5” fork and BB30 BB shell.
Welcome to the cutting edge of carbon fibre frame construction — tube-to-tube wrapping. This state-of-the-art technique allowed us to engineer a lighter, stronger frame with tighter tolerances [...]
The event is over, the sunshine is gone and the tented village is cleared.
Bearded Man got hold of two up and coming photographers to capture the ‘experience’ both on the trails and off. Ed Rollason and Dylan Marks came up trumps – with some very cool pictures and lots of them. The pictures have been [...]