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GO RIDE Racing Team – new polish team and their downhill weapon!

Here’s one of the downhill machines of the new Poland team – GO RIDE Racing Team! The team has been created this winter, when Mateusz – the boss (the owner of this bike) came with an idea to create something different. He gathered three Polish downhill riders and two Triathlon …

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UNNO Bikes – Interview with CEO Cesar Rojo

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Today we’ve catched up with Cesar Rojo to ask him few questions about UNNO Bikes.   Hey Cesar, what is your technical and downhill background? I studied industrial engineering specialized in design, I always liked bikes, so early in my studies tried to works towards bikes. I started racing DH …

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Factory CANYON SENDER CF Bike check !!

Canyon are counting down the days until the new World Cup season starts. The canyon_factoryracing downhill team is ready to put the SenderCF on to the podium.             FRAME CANYON SENDER CF HEADSET ACROS DH FORK ROCK SHOX BOXXER WORLD CUP SHOCK ROCK SHOX VIVID …

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BIKE CHECK: BRAYTON’S 2017 GAMBLER

BIKE CHECK: BRAYTON’S 2017 GAMBLER 21/02/2017 2016 was Adam Brayton’s most successful downhill season to date. Years of training, racing and effort finally came together and saw Brayton achieve a string of top ten World Cup results and finish 10th overall in the World Cup standings. Needless to say, Adam …

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Bike Check, Pivot ‘Firebird’ Custom Build.

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Pivot Cycles started trading in 2007 and since then company keeps pushing to improve overall bike performance. They work closely with component manufactures, using latest technology like 3D Printing to test production tools, new components and prototypes more quickly. They say it is their ultimate goal to build best performing bike …

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Propain Tyee Carbon and Tyee AM Carbon in XL

Propain Tyee Carbon and Tyee AM Carbon in XL The carbon version of the successful and well acclaimed Propain Tyee is has already made a name for itself as one of the most uncompromising Enduro bikes. Larger riders however had to opt for the Aluminum version as the largest available …

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