Bosch eBike Systems has partnered with Marleen Wholesalers to provide a local servicing option for those with Bosch eBike Systems, which looks set to kick off in the second half of this year. E-Bikes are here for the long haul.
The New ripley is here, still with 120mm travel & 29” Wheels but with a complete makeover. Longer, slacker and more capable than before, while retaining it’s good looks. This could be bang on for the majority of riding around here.
Industry Nine have just released an insane new range of hubs called Hydra, which have a mind blowing 690 points of engagement.
The YT Mob is on the hunt for new juniors to fill its World Cup team through a series of camps. One is at NZ’s own Jentree, so all aspiring juniors this is a great chance to get noticed.
Sram have gone and done it again. A X01 and XX1 wireless, electronic 12-speed groupsets with an electronic dropper to match.. That uses the same battery. Drool within.
After 15 years of Crankworx and milestones in Women’s mountain biking, we look at who are the key contributors and what drives them.
Canyon release their Strive 29” alongside a major revamp of their Shapeshifter tech.
Miranda Miller has officially signed with Kona to headline their Global Enduro Program.
It’s official, Josh Bryceland signs with Cannondale.
After a rough start, with the Port Hill Fire devastation, Christchurch Adventure Park celebrates it’s first full year of operation.
Norco join the world of eBikes with their hot looking Sight VLT, check it out.
Bosch ebikes system up their game to 32km/h for New Zealand
Christchurch's Tim Rush and Manawatu’s Josie Wilcox win this year’s Whaka 100 both breaking the 100km records.
The magnificent trails at the Wairoa Gorge are being gifted to the Government, with the Nelson Mtb Club to manage them.
Ibis Cycles drop a new versatile lightweight carbon hardtail. It comes in two options a 100mm travel race weapon or a 120mm travel, dropper post equipped, 2.6” tyred trail slayer.
GT’s DH bike the Fury has had a make over and is back looking better than ever. Check this beast out
Those of you who read our recent review of the Process AL 29er will remember us mentioning that this beauty was on its way in carbon, well it’s here and looking sick
Wellington based Cam Cole will head up Trailpro’s expansion and will be managing all trail building projects in the lower North Island