Where once women’s bikes were simply smaller, “prettier” (whatever that means) and, sadly, more poorly spec’d than men’s models, thankfully those troglodyte days are behind us. Aside from aesthetic nuances, quality women’s bikes today offer the same performance and components as comparable men’s models. The big difference between women’s and men’s bikes is the fit: […]
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Featuring the Shimano E-8000 motor and the Di2 drivetrain, the E-Core is an e-bike with 150mm of front and rear travel from Germany’s Bulls Bikes.
With the aim of minimizing the reliability concerns that often plague other droppers, the 125mm Ritchey WCS Kite Dropper Seatpost utilizes a simple three-position mechanical low pressure air system.
Color coding enables home mechanics to pick up the right size wrench merely by its hue, which is especially handy when you get down to the 0.5mm increments.
Ever wonder what makes the gears turn at Jenson USA? Follow along as they give you the “family tour” of their headquarters and offer a peek into how they operate.
With mountain scenery, abundant campsites and shelters, and well-maintained trails in locations like Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Pisgah National Forest, Linville Gorge Wilderness and Shining Rock Wilderness, a backpacking trip in North Carolina is sure to reward hikers with stunning vistas, verdant woods, picturesque waterfalls and memorable sunrises and sunsets. Whether you are planning […]
Leatt has done a solid job with their $100 DBX 2.0 helmet. It fits well, looks good, has excellent ventilation, and includes rotational impact safety features.