Spoke Magazine

Author: Brett S Kennedy

Ground Effect Products That Bombed

0 By on Wednesday October 1 2014 in PRESS RELEASE

Just about every New Zealand mountain biker (and quite a few Aussies too) would own at least one piece of Ground Effect clothing. Over the 20 years that they’ve been pumping out their huge range from their Christchurch digs, there have been a few misses… More ›

Win Sweet Cheeks packs!

0 By on Monday September 15 2014 in Exclusives

Sweet Cheeks products have been gracing the limbs and nether regions of the Spoke staff for a while now, helping us sit in the saddle for long rides in comfort, easing our aging and aching muscles, and healing the scrapes and cuts from the inevitable… More ›

Why This World Should End… and The Cure

0 By on Saturday September 13 2014

Enlightenment comes in many forms, and music is one of the best mediums to make you think about the way the world works, either in a light, uplifting way, or with the brutal reality of all that is unjust and wrong with this planet. This… More ›

Spoke 58 out this week!

1 By on Monday September 8 2014

Issue 58 will be in shops Thursday and could be in your letterbox now! Here’s what’s in it for you… First up, check out that cover. It’s a bit of a different look for Spoke, and we love it! Graeme Murray delivers the goods again… More ›

Palmer Returns

1 By on Wednesday September 3 2014

Shaun Palmer, much like punk, is not dead. No doubt this guy changed mountain biking, especially on the downhill side of things. Now he’s coming back to the sport, to where he started, with Intense Cycles. He’ll be developing up-and-coming riders, whether that means teaching… More ›

Steps To The Top

0 By on Wednesday August 13 2014 in Racing

Damien Oton pulled off one of the best saves during the EWS at Whistler on the weekend, and you’ve probably seen the slo-mo video already. Well it’s in here in full and it’s even more impressive that he kept it together. Steps To The Top takes a… More ›

Cooper Second in Windham

0 By on Monday August 11 2014 in Racing

Commonwealth Games Gold medallist Anton Cooper continued his run of form with a strong 2nd place in the U23 World Cup in Windham overnight. Jordan Sarrou of France took the win and leads the overall series. More ›