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Peaty’s Steel City DH 2015

Peaty’s Steel City DH 2015

The Biggest little race around is back and looking bigger and better than ever for its fifth year. Steve Peat and friends bring you the next instalment in Peaty’s Steel City Downhill on Saturday May 2nd 2015. The law of fives is never wrong! Last year saw almost 300 racers and over 3000 spectators lining the dry and dusty course in Greno woods, to see what happens when a Mini Downhill race is put on Peaty Style! So what can […]

Juliana Launches Juliana-Sram pro team

Juliana Launches Juliana-Sram pro team

Juliana Bicycles is proud to announce the launch of the new Juliana-SRAM Professional Mountain Bike Team. Anka Martin (RSA) is joined by Kelli Emmett (USA) and Sarah Leishman (CAN) to complete a trio of female athletes who will be racing the Enduro World Series and select international events in 2015. A gravity racer and mountain bike adventurer for over 13 years, Martin has been with Juliana since the brand launched in May, 2013. Emmett brings another 16 years of race […]

unReal – Mind the Gap

unReal – Mind the Gap

We’ve seen some ridiculous stuff recently come from both the Anthill Stable and renowned Teton Gravity Research barn ( excuse the agricultural synonyms ). This is another short set to get you revved up – Tom Van Steenburgen gives her some big ole’ beans…but here’s an insight into what makes a stunt and movie like this come together. unReal is co-produced by Teton Gravity Research and Anthill Films. Written, directed and edited by Anthill Films. Presented by Sony in association […]

Commencal launch new “world cup” range

Commencal launch new “world cup” range

With riders such as Remi Thirion doing ridiculous things aboard the Commencal range last season, it was only a matter of time before we saw a dedicated performance range appear, and from the looks of it, Commencal have certainly tried to deliver something a little special. Here’s what they themselves have to say about their new range. Anodized frames You know it! We use reliable materials that are resistant and efficient. What more can we do with these World Cup […]

The new Orange Five is here..

The new Orange Five is here..

We’ve been hard at work on a new Five chassis which we believe is probably the best trail bike we’ve ever produced. As is our process we haven’t scrapped what works, but built on a solid platform of performance to create a new Five to overshadow every previous version. Where recently we’ve added features to suit new componentry, this one is a complete frame overhaul. We are showing the new Five publicly for the first time at Bike Place Show . We’re launching the new […]

Day 2 at the new school- Trek Remedy 9.8 29 Review

Day 2 at the new school- Trek Remedy 9.8 29 Review

Following up on my head to head review of the new Transition & Banshee, the next weekend was time to take the 3rd of 3 out to test; the Trek Remedy 9.8 29. To be honest I didn’t expect to be able to track down such an elusive beast for a test, but thanks to a bit of Twitter detective work, Criterium Cycles came up trumps with the managers own bike, which was also available for demo, or in this […]

Welcome to the new school- Transition Smuggler v Banshee Phantom Review

Welcome to the new school- Transition Smuggler v Banshee Phantom Review

This wasn’t meant to be a bike test, all I wanted to do was demo a few bikes that I wanted to buy for myself to help me decide. But in deciding what I wanted to buy, I needed to jot a few notes down on each bike, which quickly became me sharing my thoughts on some random bike forums, which then led to me doing something I’ve not done in the best part of 3 years; picking up the […]

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