9 Pro Enduro Machines - EWS Les Orres 2019

Jul 3, 2019
by Daniel Sapp  
Pinkbike's photographers took a down day to go on a bike checking mission. Check out what they found below.

Elliot Trabec's Scott Ransom

Elliot Trabac and Hugo Pigeon - Scott Ransom
Elliot Trabac and Hugo Pigeon with their Scott Ransoms.

Elliot Trabac s Scott Ransom - Michelin tires
Trabac is sporting Michelin's tires.

Elliot Trabac s Scott Ransom - Suntour rear suspension
Suntour rear suspension
Elliot Trabac s Scott Ransom - Suntour Durolux fork
Suntour Durolux fork

Elliot Trabac s Scott Ransom - XT drivetrain
Shimano's XT drivetrain
Elliot Trabac s Scott Ransom - XTR pedals
XTR pedals



Robin Wallner's Ibis Ripmo

Robin Wallner s Ibis Ripmo - 29 wheels Fox suspension Shinamo XTR Maxxis
Robin Wallner and his Ibis Ripmo. 29' wheels, Fox suspension, Shimano XTR, and Maxxis deck out his ride.

Robin Wallner s Ibis Ripmo ONE UP bars
OneUp bars and a neatly tucked away EDC tool.
Robin Wallner s Ibis Ripmo - Mudhugger mud guard
Mudhugger mud guard.

Robin Wallner s Ibis Ripmo - Garmin tucked neatly on the stem
Robin Wallner's Ibis Ripmo - Garmin tucked neatly on the stem

Robin Wallner s Ibis Ripmo - Alloy Ibis rims for this round
Wallner is on alloy Ibis rims for this round.

Robin Wallner s Ibis Ripmo - Saint pedals
Robin Wallner's Ibis Ripmo - Saint pedals
Robin Wallner s Ibis Ripmo - XTR Drivetrain
Robin Wallner's Ibis Ripmo - XTR Drivetrain

Robin Wallner s Ibis Ripmo - XTR brakes
Robin Wallner's Ibis Ripmo - XTR brakes



Iago Garay's Santa Cruz Megatower

Iago Garay s Santa Cruz Megatower
Iago Garay and his Santa Cruz Megatower

Iago Garay s Santa Cruz Megatower - Rolling on Industry Nine hubs
Industry Nine hubs
Iago Garay s Santa Cruz Megatower - Santa Cruz wheels and Maxxis tires
Santa Cruz wheels and Maxxis tires

Iago Garay s Santa Cruz Megatower - All kinds of DYEDBro stickers and frame protectors throughout.
All kinds of DYEDBro stickers and frame protectors throughout.

Iago Garay s Santa Cruz Megatower - Rock Shox on suspension duties
Rock Shox on suspension duties
Iago Garay s Santa Cruz Megatower - extra thick chain stay protector keeps things quiet
An extra thick chain stay protector keeps things quiet

Iago Garay s Santa Cruz Megatower Descendant bar and stem
Descendant bar and stem
Iago Garay s Santa Cruz Megatower - SRAM AXS Code Brakes and Burgtec grips
SRAM AXS, Code Brakes, and Burgtec grips

Iago Garay s Santa Cruz Megatower SRAM AXS shifting
SRAM AXS shifting
Iago Garay s Santa Cruz Megatower - Crank Bros pedals and DYEDBro crank protector
Crank Bros pedals and DYEDBro crank protector

Iago Garay s Santa Cruz Megatower - Occam tube tool strap with Boa closure
Occam tube/tool strap with Boa closurey



Greg Callaghan's Cube Stereo

Greg Callaghan s Cube Stereo
Greg Callaghan and his Cube Stereo

Greg Callaghan s Cube Stereo - XTR on shifting duties
XTR on shifting duties
Greg Callaghan s Cube Stereo - Race Face cockpit
Race Face cockpit

Greg Callaghan s Cube Stereo - Newman Hubs and Rims
Newman Hubs and Rims

Greg Callaghan s Cube Stereo - XTR brake levers
XTR brake levers
Greg Callaghan s Cube Stereo - XTR calipers and rotors
XTR calipers and rotors

Greg Callaghan s Cube Stereo - Saint pedals
Shimano Saint pedals



Keegan Wright's Devinci Spartan

Keegan Wright s Devinci Spartan - After riding the shorter travel Troy at the first few rounds he is ow on the long travel Spartan
After riding the shorter travel Troy at the first few rounds, Keegan Wright is now on the longer travel Spartan.

Keegan Wright s Devinci Spartan - Rock Shox Lyrik Ultimate front fork with 170mm travel
Rock Shox Lyrik Ultimate fork with 170mm travel
Keegan Wright s Devinci Spartan - Code calipers slow things down at both ends
SRAM Code calipers slow things down at both ends

Keegan Wright s Devinci Spartan - Raceface bars and Code Brakes
Raceface bars and SRAM Code Brakes
Keegan Wright s Devinci Spartan - Raceface cockpit

Keegan Wright s Devinci Spartan - 175mm Reverb dropper
175mm Reverb dropper

Keegan Wright s Devinci Spartan - HT pedals with custom alloy ramps
HT pedals with custom alloy ramps

Keegan Wright s Devinci Spartan - Cushcore and Maxxis
Cushcore coupled with Maxxis tires
Keegan Wright s Devinci Spartan - In case of emergency
In case of emergency

Keegan Wright s Devinci Spartan - Eyes up
Eyes up!



Miranda Miller's Kona Process CR

Miranda Miller s Kona Process CR - Rock SHox suspension Sram DFravetrain One Up Bars Stem Maxxis Tires We Are One wheels
Miranda Miller's Kona Process CR is decked out with RockShox suspension, a SRAM Drivetrain, OneUp Bars/Stem, Maxxis Tires, We Are One wheels

Miranda Miller s Kona Process CR- One Up Bars and Stages power meter
OneUp Bars and a Stages power meter

Miranda Miller s Kona Process CR- Deity Saddle
Deity Saddle on a RockShox Reverb

Keegan Wright s Devinci Spartan - SRAM Eagle XO drivetrain
SRAM Eagle XO drivetrain
Keegan Wright s Devinci Spartan - Rock Shox Super Deluxe rear shock and One Up chain guide
RockShox Super Deluxe rear shock, and a OneUp chain guide



Remi Gauvin's Rocky Mountain Instinct

Remi Gauvin s Rocky Mountain Instinct
Remi Gauvin's Rocky Mountain Instinct

Remi Gauvin s Rocky Mountain Instinct - Fox Factory Float rear shock
Remi uses a Fox Factory Float rear shock

Remi Gauvin s Rocky Mountain Instinct - Running the Raceface stem slammed down low.
Running the Raceface stem slammed down low.
Remi Gauvin s Rocky Mountain Instinct - One Up chain guide
The simple OneUp chain guide keeps the chain in place on rough terrain

Remi Gauvin s Rocky Mountain Instinct - Crank Bros pedals
Crank Bros pedals with plenty of pins

Remi Gauvin s Rocky Mountain Instinct - Raceface hubs and rims
Raceface hubs and rims
Remi Gauvin s Rocky Mountain Instinct - Raceface carbon bars
Raceface NEXT carbon bars

Remi Gauvin s Rocky Mountain Instinct - Maxxis Assegai up front
For tires Remi has the Maxxis Assegai up front
Remi Gauvin s Rocky Mountain Instinct - Maxxis Minion DHR out back
A Maxxis Minion DHR keeps traction out back



Isabeau Cordurier's Intense Carbine

Isabeau Courdurier s Intense Carbine - 29 wheels and in the red and blue colors of France.
Isabeau Courdurier's Intense Carbine has 29" wheels and is painted in the red and blue colors of France.

Isabeau Courdurier s Intense Carbine - Custon cockpit details and a very short Renthal stem
Some custom cockpit details and a very short Renthal stem
Isabeau Courdurier s Intense Carbine - Renthal bars
Renthal bars

Isabeau Courdurier s Intense Carbine - Rock Shox Super Deluxe rear shock
Rock Shox Super Deluxe rear shock

Isabeau Courdurier s Intense Carbine - SRAM AXS Deraileuer
SRAM handles the shifting duties with an AXS drivetrain
Isabeau Courdurier s Intense Carbine - SRAM AXS shifter
SRAM AXS shifter

Isabeau Courdurier s Intense Carbine - Optinf for the smaller HT pedals
Isabeau opts for the smaller HT pedals

Isabeau Courdurier s Intense Carbine - Hutchinson tires
Hutchinson tires, for racing, of course
Isabeau Courdurier s Intense Carbine - Mavic wheels keep things rolling
Mavic wheels keep things rolling



Florian Nicolai's Canyon Strive

Florian Nicolai s Canyon Strive -
Florian Nicolai and his Canyon Strive

Florian Nicolai s Canyon Strive - Red white and blue for France
Red white and blue for France

Florian Nicolai s Canyon Strive - Little details to keep the cables quiet
Little details to keep the cables quiet
Florian Nicolai s Canyon Strive - a little extra grip on the Code levers
A little extra grip on the Code levers

Florian Nicolai s Canyon Strive - Shape Shifter rear suspension
Shape Shifter rear suspension with a RockShox Superdeluxe

Florian Nicolai s Canyon Strive - Crank Bros pedals
Crank Bros pedals






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134 Comments

  • + 103
 Those are definitely too many tags on the front page for this article.
  • + 79
 These tags are really annoying.
  • + 6
 I think there needs to be moar.
  • + 8
 I don't get all the hate the tags are getting. Some people claim they're distracting. Like what do you need to focus on when viewing the front page? They actually contain more relevant information (to help you decide on whether or not to click and read the article) than the title and the picture. I don't like animated ads when reading an article (but I've set my browser to not play them, so that's easy) but for the main page the tags are just fine for me. The colors have a meaning to them (green for athletes/people, blue for brands etc) so I don't like to see that go away either.
  • + 2
 @vinay: Me either... finding them quite useful. People (especially the pinkbike comment section) hate change.
  • + 11
 @vinay: They're functional, but from a design perspective it makes the screen busy with so many colors. 22 tags on this article. we don't need to tag every mentioned rider. I don't see the functional benefit on home page, but having them embedded in the article as a tag where the word appears in text may be more user friendly and allow better for the use case where a user is reading, sees a topic and wants to drill in further.
  • + 2
 These tags are making me thirsty!
  • + 74
 Can I propose the BOA tool strap for the "over-engineered product of the year" award?
  • + 3
 I have a love hate relationship with BOA on my snowboard boots but in this application it just doesn't make sense to me.
  • + 1
 rock strike = stuck to the bike or falls off. This is just dumb, especially for a pro enduro racer where quick easy access to a tube/tools can be the difference between winning or out of the race.
  • + 3
 @justwan-naride maybe is over engineered but a neat idea, safe and will last longer than a velcro in mud and dust
  • + 6
 Voile ftw
  • + 1
 A loop connection that constricts versus a wrap-around velcro makes prefect sense on all these bikes with very little estate. I think the straps are all stupid and prefer a camelbak as it provides storage AND protection.
  • + 1
 @millsr4: elaborate on that snowboard boot situation? Im so torn as to take the boa plunge with snowboard boots. I bought boa for my wading boots to fish in and will never go back to laces...
  • + 1
 @pargolf8: They tend to loosen up somewhat regularly and they are also easy to over tighten. I'm a pretty aggressive snowboarder so I don't know if it is all the stress I'm putting in while riding but I usually have to tighten them up every few runs. That being said I've always had issues with keeping snowboard boots tight, even with traditional laces, so I do like the BOA system for the simple fact that I can tighten them back up so quickly.
  • + 1
 @millsr4: gotcha. Yeah my biggest concern is how stiff snowboard boots are. Compared to anything else ive had in boa. So do you think you will re buy boa again? Im a salomon fanboy when it comes to boots for sure
  • + 2
 @pargolf8: Oh well I may not be too much help to you because I like really stiff boots... I ride the stiffest in the market and I'm on my second pair, the Ride Insanos. I would definitely buy Boa for outer laces but never the inner, I've had issues with pressure points with the Boas that tighten the liner. I had a pair of Solomons a while back but i'm now on my third pair of Ride boots and they just fit me really well.
  • + 14
 Considering the suspension spec on the Scott Ransoms - I would like to see a Pinkbike long term test comparison of alternative suspension brands fitted on a test-mule, for example SR Suntour, MRP, Manitou, Cane Creek and with Fox or Rock Shox as reference. How far off are the less known alternatives in terms of performance and reliability etc?
  • + 2
 From my experience with my MRP Ribbon vs previous Rockshox and Fox forks. Fox and Rockshox are very good at marketing, have a huge marketing budget and sponsor a very large number or riders. Are they better? It's very subjective... are the worse? No.
  • - 1
 I really want to try the Manitou Ribbon coil fork, ticks a lot of the boxes for me. I got talked out of it because of the spare parts support here in BC doesn't exist apparently. Fox and RS might have the market share (and be the evil empires) but they also have the parts backup/warranty support if things do go awry.
And yes, everyone has a tale to tell about how bad *insert brand name here* parts/warranty support is in their experience but on the whole, the two Big S companies have it sorted.
  • + 4
 @Blackers: did you call MRP and ask?
  • + 2
 i have the Suntour suspension shown on the bike shown. @SRSuntour has excellent service with the issues I have encountered with the TriAir which are related to a production run. As I have worked in the tech service industry for nearly 20 years, I understand that all products go through this. None are exempt.
The actual suspension performance really leaves nothing to be desired except that I have Onyx hubs and a flawless drivetrain- so the hydro-hissing is noticeable.
  • + 2
 @Blackers: SRAM offers great service. Fox is a joke. Most techs that work with them will attest.
  • + 2
 @Blackers: Suspension Werx in North Vancouver can service and I'm pretty sure you can ship parts from MRP's site to Canada (based on website, I live in CO so idk). Ribbon Coil is legit. The Ramp Control with Coil works great for me.
  • + 3
 @Blackers: MRP has the best warranty/customer service/back-up in the biz. Call them up, talk to someone on the second ring and they stand behind their product and just get it done. Plus lots of spare parts available in their online store.
  • + 1
 @yzedf: I took the advice of the LBS, perhaps I should have investigated further!
  • + 1
 @Blackers: sometimes they just take the easy way out. Depends on the shop and the people running it.
  • + 13
 Are those chunky rubber chainstay protectors (on Iago Garay's bike) available aftermarket?
  • + 2
 Was wondering the same thing. Pretty sure that I have seen them on a couple of different bike brands too.
  • + 5
 It’s standard on the MT. Can also be bought separately from SC. Cut it down and it works on the nomad.
  • + 3
 I'm thinking you could just glue a cut up automotive gear belt to the chainstay. Might try it.
  • + 2
 @acali: I feel ya on that...but belts are quite hard. I'd guess they wouldn't dampen sound much in this case. How about cutting a strip from rubber floor mats? especially the 'winter' ones.....heck, I might even do that...haha
  • + 13
 Gotta say that rocky is one good looking bike
  • + 9
 I just can't understand how Isabeau can ride a 29er. I met her in person and she is TINY!
  • + 3
 Is she as cute in person as she is in pictures?
  • + 3
 @panzer103: she always reminds me of hitgirl from kicka$$
  • + 2
 True. I met her too, she's pretty short, like 5ft1, max.
  • + 9
 The kona's bright red is magnificent
  • + 8
 That Cube bike is an ugly MF. Color theme doesn't work.
  • + 8
 Seriously? I think it looks fine. There is also room for a bottle and it even has one or two wheelsizes.
  • + 1
 Gotta do something to match that ugly FOX orange
  • + 7
 the cube is a very ugly bike...sorry
  • + 5
 We can tell which riders are higher up the pecking order in terms of dibs on the new SRAM stuff.
  • + 2
 So these guy and girls on these newly released one up bars, how does that work? They were sponsored by another company before, do one up just offer them more money/ bars/ favours if they use their bars instead?

not having a go, just wondering the ins and outs of pro riding/sponsors
  • + 1
 Maybe they have component choices for each event. Kona does not spec WAO rims on their bikes yet their rider is on them. I think at this level they most have a larger primary sponsor. And then a group of smaller sponsors that allow riders to fine tune their bikes.
  • + 1
 @cheetamike: konas graity team are all on we are one this year
  • + 6
 The color scheme on the cube is horrible
  • + 3
 Where i get this BOA frame strap? Occam does only result in an Orbea bike Big Grin

Isabeau's Carbine looks huge beside her with this high stack and high rise bar!
  • + 1
 Yep, I'll take 2. please provide a link to where i can buy them
  • + 1
 Occam Designs new brand available probably soon ! Cheers
  • + 1
 I have been puzzling what strap that was for a while!
  • + 2
 Drool bikes! That Scott Ransom has my name on it I hope. Going to pursue when back home next week. Has anyone tried a 180mm triple Crown on one yet, been looking but found none.
  • + 4
 Its just a matter of time rockshox tries a light boxxer
  • + 3
 Yeah I'm on 180mm Boxxers.
I bent 2 single crown CSU's and 1 set of lowers in the last 12 months. Then I realised that 180 Boxxers have similar axle to crown height as 160mm single crowns, they cost about the same and only weigh about 450g more, so f*ck it, I got them.
Boxxer Selects have a proper charger bladder damper now too and the air spring is (finally) a match for coil and more tunable.
You don't realise just how flexy single crowns are until you swap them for triples on the same bike. Massive difference and loads more grip. Now I can actually use the front brake
  • + 0
 @IllestT: Great stuff and completely agree. As I've done some insanity move's on single crowns would love to try out a 170x180 on some steep mega speed trails. Options are a plenty these days.
  • + 2
 By the way, you can't buy Boxxers at 180mm travel, but it's a 15 minute job to fit the £40 travel plunger.
Also, ignore the early spec listings for 2019 Boxxers - they're all wrong, either because RS changed their mind or the journalists were misinformed.
For example, Boxxer Selects DO have a Charger bladder damper (it just doesn't have HSC adjuster) and the different offsets are in the crown, not the lowers
  • + 2
 @IllestT: Oh ya been chopping a custom sizing forks for many years. Looking at 180 boxer for th and 160 for up and down hick sessions. Used to Avalanche DH forks so a boxxer is like a pike to me. Craig at avalanche will set up anything, 184mm if that makes your bike feel tight.
  • + 4
 Mojo rising makes Fox 36 dual crown with 180mm of travel or you could get a reduced travel 40 instead. I have seen people in Champery running a fox40 on their Ransom.
  • + 2
 @SintraFreeride: Honestly the minute I saw the specs on the Ransom immediately was thinking DH mode and enduro options. Great to hear riders are ripping on that, specially at Champery!!!!!
  • + 5
 @IllestT: Look at mrp's Bartlett
  • + 1
 @tp12: yeah I did consider the Bartlett and nothing against MRP, but there just isn't the aftersales back up or abundance of spares
  • + 7
 @IllestT: I'd argue that MRPs after sales support is far superior to that of RS
  • + 1
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  • + 6
 @IllestT: I think you have that wrong... as a Ribbon owner I can tell you from experience that MRP's aftersales back up and spares availability is far, far better than RS or Fox. Call them right now and an engineer will pick up the phone and happily chat about anything you want to talk about.

Their suspension small parts are readily available and you can even order them online from the site here - mrpbike.com/collections/suspension/SERVICE-PARTS?page=1
  • + 1
 Luckily never had to try MRP's service but RS literally gave me a new read shock and pump free everything when old one had an issue. Pretty hard to beat free.
  • + 2
 @islandforlife: They offered to stay on the phone with me while I changed the travel in my Ribbon. Leading up to the travel change I kept calling them to ask dumbass questions over and over and they were more than happy to answer and help me through it.

I lost the LSC/HSC knob on my Hazzard and the next day they had shipped me new knobs, no charge or questions asked.

Will I switch to RS or Fox, or anything else? Hell no. At least not for a long while.
  • + 4
 are there triple crown forks?
  • + 1
 @islandforlife: mmm, that might be the case in Canada and the US, but in the UK I have only ever seen maybe 2 sets of MRP forks on the trails - ever. I'm not willing to be test guinea pig
  • + 1
 @IllestT: ahh, yes, you're in the uk... which might obviously make things a little tougher. I'd still reach out, give them a call and ask them about parts/service/etc in the uk... see what they have to say.
  • + 2
 These michelin tires keep popping up on more and more sponsored rider bikes, but I have yet to see them anywhere in the wild. Maybe people would buy them if they weren't so terribly looking.
  • + 5
 they grow on you I guess...I would buy the wilds in DH casing at any moment
  • + 3
 Michelin Enduro range has been available for a year now, they're quite common in France in races. These are the "to be released" DH tires.
  • + 3
 The thing that gets me is how terrible their website is. You can't see a good picture of the treads.
  • + 0
 They're prototype, not available yet. I'll buy them even if they're yellow, once they're available.
  • + 4
 If I could figure out the website, maybe I’d take a chance at buying them.

It doesn’t help that I’ve never seen them in a shop or on anybody’s bike.
  • + 2
 Michelin is always wild.
  • + 1
 Chain reaction has them for sale. Unfortunately the 2.6s have been out of stock forever(rear too) . Which I'm assuming is equivalent to the 2.5 & 2.4 maxxis I run. They gave me a free pair of riding socks at sea otter so I feel obligated to replace my sealant leaking dhf and dhr with em but alas.

MICHELIN MAAAAAAAAN
  • + 1
 I'm not sure if it's just a new sticker set for the existing Wild Enduro (which the tread looks like), as opposed to something new. Those tyres have been on A LOT of bikes at the enduro races I've done this year. I really rate them. Loads of grip, lots of sidewall support, not punctured them yet, wear is much better than Maxxis 3c. Bit heavy and draggy, mind.
  • + 1
 @mountainsofsussex: I just ordered the Wild Enduros from CRC, and I'm a little miffed that I only see the DH22 and Wild (DH casing) on the pro male enduro bikes. I'm coming from Maxxis Double Down DHFs, and many of the Maxxis racers are running the DD casing. What's the deal here, Michelin? You already offer the Wild AM.
  • + 1
 They look sick and aren't available to the public yet.
  • + 1
 @thesharkman: Me too - idiots downvoting you -smh
  • + 1
 @spankthewan: Not the same tire. Wild Enduros are good tires. however. I spoke to Michelin at Sea Otter. See my profile for a up close pic of DH22 and DH34 treads.
  • + 1
 the factory supplied ones (WILD Enduro 2.4) on a nukeproof mega aren't yellow. at least in the pics. waiting for my 2019 to get delivered.
  • + 1
 @endlessblockades: Thanks, but I think you missed my point. Michelin has a tire with "Enduro" in the name, but all of their riders are riding DH casings, unlike Maxxis.
  • + 1
 @spankthewan: sam hill rides like it is DH. Makes sense.
  • + 4
 "Bike Check" ...yet no mention of what appears to be a Works angleset for Remi.

What's the word @RockyMountainBicycles
  • + 1
 Ya good eye , I really like the 1.5deg one I put on my bike. Maybe they are experimenting with more slacker angles. What is the stock HA for that frame 66??
  • + 1
 @cheetamike: All credit goes to my buddy who showed me other photos of some RM team enduro bikes with an angleset (and ride9 chip on a BC edition). This just confirms it even more. But yea, 65.9 HTA.
  • + 1
 @velocitajano: if they put a 2deg and move the seat forward one can size up and still have similar feel.
  • + 1
 Same with Wallner's reach adjust headset on his Ripmo.
  • + 3
 Orange fox forks still a thing unfortunately
  • + 2
 So... we have tool strap with BOA closure but we cant have flat pedal shoe with BOA... Strange days these are...
  • + 1
 That red Kona is a beauty! Wish Kona sold the process in that color instead of the beige or weird greenish turquoise they offer.
  • + 0
 Like any ride I go on, Pinkbike ran in to someone with a Ripmo. I wonder if Robin tried to spend 25 minutes telling you how great it is? Probably not since he can actually ride.
  • + 1
 YouTuber bike of the moment?
  • + 2
 LOl what's wrong w/ ripmo?
  • + 0
 @yzedf: the kind of youtuber that makes 13 minute videos of riding their local (boring and blown out) singletrack in full armor with a soundtrack of them breathing heavily. “SO RAD GUYS”
  • + 1
 @wibblywobbly: not usually. Full timers that travel and ride all over the continent (or world in the case of bkxc).
  • + 1
 210mm dropper (size L, 6" tall), insane climbing efficiency, super light frame, low maintenance bushings. The Ripmo is overhyped, but only slightly.
  • + 1
 @cole-inman: it took a few days but my point was proven!
  • + 1
 From the angle these shots are taken it looks like all of them ride mullet bikes.
  • + 1
 What’s that headtube spacer between the fork and frame on Flo’s Strive all about??
  • + 1
 Maybe he is running an angle-adjust headset with external cup and painting it white so we don't notice? Would make sense considering the conservative geo of the new Strive.

Gauvin could also be running and angle-adjust headset on the aging Instinct?
  • + 1
 What kind of tape do they use for holding the cables together in front of the bars? Like on Florian's bike
  • + 1
 It looks like a industrial hose protector wrap , I have seen some 10mm stuff on Amazon
  • + 2
 @showmethemountains Electrical Spiral Wrap.
  • + 1
 Any auto part store has it
  • + 2
 Miranda looks badass \m/
  • + 5
 If @konaworld is reading this -- maybe add that red to the bikes you sell?
  • + 1
 Love these articles , please continue this way!!!
  • + 1
 Canyon Strive is a sweet bike
  • + 1
 Now thats what i'm talking about bike.
  • + 1
 Is Keegan Wright carrying a 12" tube?
  • + 2
 My wife told me size doesn't matter.... 12" is enough. Smile LOL
  • + 1
 BTW a few of Keegan’s and Miranda pic are mixed up.
  • + 1
 Where are the Occam BOA tool straps available?
  • + 1
 Scott bikes/kits looking dialed. Orbea too.
  • + 0
 BOA SUCK....laces rule!!!Smile
  • + 1
 Rims should be black.
  • - 2
 Please lord almighty heaven above, do not let this ridiculous dyedbro thing catch on.
  • + 3
 I kinda like it, the dia de los muertos would look good on my grey nukeproof.
  • - 3
 @fruitsd79: I guess if you're Mexican
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