Finn Iles Decides to Miss Fort William & Undergo Testing Following a Concussion

Finn Iles has revealed that he will not be racing at Fort William after a big crash a few weeks ago left him with a concussion. After thinking it was just a minor concussion Finn continued to have symptoms and found he couldn’t perform at any level of intensity. Instead of trying to race in … Read more

Muc-Off’s Clever New Product Allows You to Hide an Apple AirTag in Your Wheel

Muc-Off has introduced a new way to stow an Apple AirTag on your bike, completely hidden and not easily removed by bike thieves. The new Stealth Secure Tag Holder is a covert tracking solution, hidden inside the tire of a tubeless-compatible mountain or gravel bike. According to a study from Direct Line Insurance, in the … Read more

One dead after head-on collision between roadster and minivan in Langley – BC

One person is dead after a head-on collision between a vintage hot rod and a minivan in Langley. Langley RCMP said the crash happened in 20700 block of Grade Crescent just before 4 pm Police said the driver of the 1932 Ford Roadster was ejected from their vehicle and pronounced dead at the scene. Read … Read more

Tom Pidcock Recovers from Albstadt Win by Riding 190km to the Czech Republic

Tom Pidcock makes his way to the Nove Mesto World Cup by bike as he took on a massive 190km recovery ride. With a World Cup win in the bag and another race coming the following weekend most riders would take a few easy days to get ready for more racing, but Tom Pidcock is … Read more

5 Things We Learned From the 2022 Albstadt World Cup

1. Hardtails are a Dying Breed in World Cup XCAlbstadt has always been home turf for the XC hardtail. Up until this year, only Annika Langvad and Loana Lecomte had won this race using full suspension bikes with all the other winners on hardtails. This year, there has been a total reversal as both winners … Read more

Race Face Releases Updated Aeffect R Pedal with 25% More Platform

Just a few months after revamping the Atlas pedal, Race Face have updated another mainstay in their flat pedal lineup – the Aeffect. The new ‘R’ version receives a platform that’s 25% larger than the regular Aeffect, measuring a healthy 110 x 115mm. There’s minimal difference between the height of the inboard and outboard portions … Read more

21 World Cup Riders’ Race Bikes from the British National DH at Fort William

There were so many World Cup riders in town for the DH National Series Round 2 at Fort William it would be criminal not to have a closer at some of their bikes. KJ Sharp’s RAAW DH Adam Brayton’s Nukeproof Dissent Matt Walker’s Saracen Myst Phil Atwill’s Propain Rage CF Joe Breeden’s Intense M29 Charlie … Read more

Falling Batteries & Risk of Fire Leads to Santa Cruz Recall of 2022 Heckler eMTBs

Santa Cruz has announced a recall of 2022 Heckler 9 eMTBs sold between January 2022 and March 2022 because of falling batteries and battery wear that could lead to fires. Around 1600 bikes are believed to be affected by Santa Cruz with issues focused on the latch mechanism holding the battery in place malfunctioning. Of … Read more

Shimano Sells Pearl Izumi to United Sports Brands

After 14 years of ownership, Shimano has sold off the Pearl Izumi brand to United Sports Brands, Bicycle Retailer and Industry News reports. Pearl Izumi will join United Sports Brands’ (Shock Doctor, McDavid, Cutter) new Outdoor division alongside Nathan, a running brand. Shimano first bought Pearl Izumi in 2008 and ran it as a subsidiary … Read more

Vista Outdoor Separates Shooting from Mountain Bike & Other Non-Shooting Brands

Vista Outdoor, the parent company of Camelbak, Giro, BlackBurn, and Bell – along with shooting sports and ammunition brands – has decided to split into two distinct companies to separate its shooting and its non-shooting categories. In today’s release announcing the split, the company wanting to increase strategic focus and capital allocation for each branch, … Read more