Every year mountain bike products tend to go through changes and suspension is often no different. With cycling there is a need for human power and as such the cycling industry always seems to be trying to find new ways … Continue reading →
The Hope factory is a great place that we love seeing more of. If you’re into machning and manufacturing this is a great little video inside. Learn about the Hope cranks inside in a video and pictures.
It’s been awhile since we’ve posted a Motor Monday so we’ve created a new one for you guys this week. We swing by Ohlins USA and learn a bit more about what they’ve been working on and if we’ll be … Continue reading →
We chat with Jeff Steber inside about Intense Cycles. He’s quite passionate about keeping things local and stimulating the local economy. Learn a little bit more about what makes Intense Cycles unique. Be sure to check back on Monday for … Continue reading →
Intense Cycles brought in some new personnel this year to help out and Andrew Herrick is one of the key additions. Learn more about Andrew and some of the recent improvements made at Intense Cycles aimed at improving the Intense … Continue reading →
For over 30 years Troy Lee Designs has made a name for themselves by customizing helmets “For the World’s Fastest Racer’s”. Browsing their Laugna facility highlights this mission statement even more when you consider some of the people Troy Lee … Continue reading →
Turner Bikes have revamped their webpage and gone are some familiar bikes many of you may be looking for. We got a chance to chat with Dave a few months ago in their Temecula, CA facility about their new Burner … Continue reading →
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like inside Specialized’s Headquarters be sure to check this Sick Lines feature out. We visited the facility and captured some detailed pictures and some video for you all to see what goes on inside. Check it out .
When the Hayes Bicycle Group purchased Sun Ringle, they wanted to also find a way to source spokes domestically for complete wheels. They purchased Wheelsmith and Asahi ((which was located in Japan at the time), and moved those tools to … Continue reading →