Jakob Jewett Parts Ways with the Canyon CLLCTV

Jakob Jewett Parts Ways with the Canyon CLLCTV

After joining the Canyon CLLCTV in 2020 Jakob Jewett has announced he will be leaving the team ahead of the 2023 season. The young Canadian rider joined the main Canyon team in 2020 as a Junior and secured multiple top-ten finishes before shifting up to Elite this year. Jakob’s 2022 season saw some top-ten finished … Read more

Video: Follow the Canyon CLLCTV FMD Team Through 2022 in ‘How We Roll’ – Episode 1

Video: Follow the Canyon CLLCTV FMD Team Through 2022 in ‘How We Roll’ – Episode 1

Words: Canyon Say hello to the next biggest mountain bike video series; How We Roll. Bringing a new perspective to the world of the FMD race team for all the behind-the-scenes and drama. The series has been created to be enjoyed by those both in and outside of the sport, so take a seat and … Read more

Slack Randoms: Nut Bikes, Canyon’s Trampoline Bike, Rocket Powered Sleighs & More

Slack Randoms: Nut Bikes, Canyon’s Trampoline Bike, Rocket Powered Sleighs & More

We use Slack as our workplace communication tool at Pinkbike and we have a #randoms channel that we use to share an assortment of videos and stories from all corners of the cycling world and beyond… We thought a couple of the moments from the past week were too good not to share with a … Read more

Pinkbike Poll: Are You Shopping for MTB Deals on Black Friday?

Pinkbike Poll: Are You Shopping for MTB Deals on Black Friday?

Black Friday has never been my thing – I’m not a fan of rampant consumerism, and I hate malls, so there’s really no reason I’d ever find myself waiting in line to fight for a new big screen TV or some other similarly silly electronic gadget. Watching people throw elbows as they try to snag … Read more

Round Up: 19 Bike Industry Jobs Available Right Now

Round Up: 19 Bike Industry Jobs Available Right Now

We thought we’d round up some of the more awesome-looking job opportunities in the bike industry that we’ve seen lately. The ones where you’re most likely to be able to jump out for a ride at lunch or get to geek over bike-related things all day. Don’t see anything that you’re interested in? Many of … Read more

Video: Bas Van Steenbergen & Calvin Huth Build the Ultimate Training Ground

Video: Bas Van Steenbergen & Calvin Huth Build the Ultimate Training Ground

For a world traveler like two-time King of Crankworx winner Bas Van Steenbergen, home can often feel like a daydream. Spending up to 4 months on the road a year, one can find themselves dreaming up the perfect house, the ultimate abode. However, if you’re anything like Bas, your perfect property might have a bit … Read more

Trail Tools: Electric Chainsaw Vs. Electric Sawzall

Trail Tools: Electric Chainsaw Vs. Electric Sawzall

Let’s get something out of the way before we even start this. We do not condone unauthorized trimming of vegetation on public trails. The only acceptable way for you to do your part is under the organized direct supervision of a land manager or a group legally authorized by that land manager. Any time any … Read more

DMR Warns Against Fake DMR Websites

DMR Warns Against Fake DMR Websites

DMR is the most recent company to get in touch with Pinkbike to warn us (and you) about fake websites claiming to be selling legitimate branded products at discount prices. The e-commerce site in question is using DMR’s logo, product photos and brand name – without permission – to sell “ghost products” which may bear … Read more

First Look: Starling Cycles Adds Adjustability & Tweaks Geometry

First Look: Starling Cycles Adds Adjustability & Tweaks Geometry

With small diameter steel tubes and a single-pivot suspension layout across their range, small UK brand Starling Cycles says that their goal is to “eliminate complexity,” which flies in the face of many adjustable-everything, ultra-light carbon frames with features lists longer than they need to be. Now Starling is making a bunch of rolling changes … Read more

First Ride: Polygon’s $3,299 Collosus N9

First Ride: Polygon’s ,299 Collosus N9

Polygon’s new Colossus N9 emerged first in all its urban camo painted glory at Sea Otter this year, complete with the IFS suspension layout first seen on the Mt. Bromo eMTB. The bike has 29” wheels front and rear (it’s not mixed-wheel compatible), and 170mm of travel. After a season of enduro racing and refining … Read more