Bikerummor.com and Bike Radar have just posted up a whole host of pics on the 2011 Cannondales. The Jekyll and Claymore are pretty crazy looking bikes and feature a Fox pull shock! Cannondale has tried to create this bike its own "over mountain" category, which I'll be doing my best to never ever mention again cos it's stupid. Check it out over here and here for Bike Radar's massive photo gallery.
In fitting literary fashion, Jerome kicked off his next career chapter with a trip to Robinson Crusoe Island in the South Pacific Ocean
Jérôme Clementz and Pauline Dieffenthaler made a trip through the Alps to tackle the most iconic passes on MTB trails.
Cannondale have just updated their Jekyll and Trigger models meaning they are longer, slacker and with a revised suspension system, looks pretty good to us!
Great Cannondale Factory Racing edit on Anton Cooper...check it out
The Meta TR 29, the new 130mm travel beautiful brushed alloy trail rig from Commencal just passed through the office recently. A solid, well-priced build makes this a very good option for a lot of people wanting that perfect blend between fun and pain. The go-everywhere, do-everything Meta in a neat little bundle.
One of the supercars of the modern era, the Pivot Firebird has been on the lips of everyone this past year. With Ed Masters piloting one to all sorts of reults, we got the Rod Bardsley to swing his leg over a Firey Bird and deliver some wise words of his own.
Afton are another newcomer in what seems a flood of new shoe brands, but the stylish look and comfort have got everyone talking. Want to be the snazziest dude among your mates? Look no further.
The Flat pedal shoe market has thickened recently, and one brand leading the charge is Ride Concepts. We did some skids this summer in a long term test, and are stoked there is a new player in the mix.
The Orbea Rallon is a hot topic. Good looking and extremely well put together, this pedigree machine gets the carpark talking. We got to spend a few days aboard the Spanish rig and collated some thoughts inside.
We got to spend some of our summer thrashing around on this beast. A user friendly 180mm do it all park bike, that’ll pop jumps and rip turns till the cows come home. Get in.