A sample of the scene from SSCXWC13 in Philadelphia. Yes, that man is dressed as a shower.
The 2014 Raleigh Single Speed Cyclocross World Championships will be held at Eva Bandman Park in Louisville, Kentucky, on Saturday, October 25, 2014.
This year’s event will continue the great tradition of prior Single Speed Cyclocross World Championships, with a full weekend of qualifiers, racing and celebration – all carefully choreographed for an outstanding participant experience and only 45 minutes of pain.Tweet Print
It was something we all somehow knew was coming, but no one quite believed: a full-suspension fat bike. Now it’s a reality.Tweet Print
This summer Bicycle Times will be tackling the Dirty Kanza, a 200-mile race across the Flint Hills of Kansas. It’s long, hot and surprisingly hilly. In this short film Salsa Cycles takes you inside the action and adventure of what we should expect. Read more about the Dirty Kanza 200 here.
Rocky Mountain joins the ranks of the fat bike crowd with its own trademark style.Tweet Print
It’s two big announcements in one: First up, Borealis, the Colorado-based company that blew everyone away with a 21-pound fat bike last year, is set to release its new model, the Echo this weekend at Sea Otter. And as Steve Jobs would say, “there’s one more thing”—it will be available with the brand new RockShox Bluto fat bike suspension fork.Tweet Print
Based in Boston, Honey Bikes was a natural fit to partner with Dirty 40 Race Productions to promote the first Rasputitsa Spring Classic in Newport, Vermont.Tweet Print
Mountain bikes have been reaping the benefits of hydraulic disc brakes for years now, and while they were finicky at first, the products available now are virtually maintenance-free. When they first began appearing on road bikes, mechanical discs were the obvious stop-gap—a brake cable is a brake cable, after all. But now that discs are becoming more prevalent, roadies want the benefits of hydraulic fluid, too.Tweet Print
Check out this awesome recap of the history of De Ronde. Will you be watching this Sunday?Tweet Print
I really enjoyed this quick illustrated film of the history of bicycle design. Have you ridden any of these?Tweet Print
Rand McNally certainly knows how to make maps, but when it comes to using them in the outdoors, why let the tech companies take over? The Foris is a handheld GPS unit designed for general purpose outdoor use by hikers, cyclists, geocachers and others.Tweet Print