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Tyler Maine    :: from Tyler "Brule" MaineAug 30, 2007
Devinci's 2008 Wilson-It's a whole new ball game! Devinci's 2008 Wilson-It's a whole new ball game!
2008 marks a huge change in Devinci's long travel down hill bike line up. In the past few years they have had as many as 5 different models that covered their DH/FR line up, all with a similar frame design, only varying in geometry to meet rider’s needs. But for 2008, a brand new frame has arisen from a whole lot of data collection and input from team and test riders. Once everything was compiled and the drawing board versions were actually being ridden and abused, the 2008 Wilson is now ready for the public. Here is a look into what you can expect from the 2008 Devinci Wilson 3.
Tyler Maine    :: from Isaac and HolmesAug 28, 2007
New Clothes from Race Face New Clothes from Race Face
Race Face has been producing biking apparel for almost 15 years now, so they know something about making a comfortable, but well designed article of clothing to keep you covered up and safe from the elements that you endure on your everyday rides. Recently Isaac picked up some awesome new Race Face riding gear, including new gloves, a new jersey, and some new shorts to keep him looking classy in the ride. Here is a break down of what he picked up, from top to bottom.
Tyler Maine    :: from Tyler "Brule" MaineAug 27, 2007
New Bar and Stem from Gravity aswell as a few videos to watch from them too. New Bar and Stem from Gravity aswell as a few videos to watch from them too.
Gravity has secured themselves a solid team of riders in the past 2 seasons to go hand in hand with their well made line up of components. Here is a look at the new Gravity Lite riser bar and Gravity Lite OS stem. While you are reading that, take a second and check out two of their team videos as well.
Tyler Maine    :: from Tyler "Brule" MaineAug 23, 2007
Norco’s 2008 Line Up Blends function and fashion into one hell of a Complete line up of bikes. Norco’s 2008 Line Up Blends function and fashion into one hell of a Complete line up of bikes.
To me Norco Bicycles have always been like Honda motorcycles in the sense that if you start out on a Norco as a child, you’re sold on the brand for life. Like all the little kids that get their first Honda Z50s back in the 80s and 90s and now have owned CR80s, 125s and are now rocking CRF250s. The same is said for those of us that got our first Mini Mountaineer as a kid, then maybe a Bigfoot to a Team Issue XC bike and now we are wanting to rip on a Team DH or a Faze 1 as adults. The line up of bikes at Norco allows you to grow as an individual and a rider and explore the style that is yours. For 2008 you’ll find 139 models of bikes, so that means there is something for everyone. Here’s a look at the company that wants to support you in what ever genre of cycling you persue.
Luc 'Acadian' Albert    :: from Luc "Acadian" AlbertAug 21, 2007
Anti Gravity III - Unhinged Anti Gravity III - Unhinged
The fine folks at Reflex Films were nice enough to send me a preview copy of Unhinged. This is the third installment of the Anti Gravity series. Reflex Films, an independent production company specializing in extreme sports, travel and documentary filmmaking. Unhinged was just recently released – so you should start seeing copies in circulation soon.
Luc 'Acadian' Albert    :: from Luc 'Acadian' AlbertAug 20, 2007
LEZYNE 2008 Product Launch LEZYNE 2008 Product Launch
As some of you might remember, Micki Kozuschek sold Truvativ to SRAM back in 2004. I had a feeling it wouldn’t be long before he came back into the game with some new company. This time he decided to start a new bicycle accessory company called Lezyne. This project officially started on the 1st of March, 2007 - that’s when Dillon Clapp (formerly from Truvativ) left Bike Mag and joined Micki at Lezyne.
Tyler Maine    :: from Jordan "Spoiled Goods" HolmesAug 14, 2007
Deal with the Devil-Brodie Damien Review Deal with the Devil-Brodie Damien Review
The Brodie Damien is a bike built to take abuse. Built with a sturdy 1.5 " head tube, and an all mountain feel, the Damien is a bike that was well designed to take an immense amount abuse, and still send you through hell at the same time. We met halfway though. As some of you know me as a friend, you will understand why I say the Damien took me through hell, not once, but twice, and she still lived to tell the story. With a pearl white frame, a white Marzocchi 66 RC, and everything else black, the Damien was appealing to the eye and the mind when we first met. It was a sunny Sunday, birds were chirping, dogs are barking, it’s beautiful. Suddenly, with a roar that would rock you back 5 years, T-Rex jumps into my eyes with this smoking bike saying "it’s yours to ride". So, after a few minutes of pondering I took on the challenge of taking this bike, who has already been through where I was about to go, to hell.
Tyler Maine    :: from PinkbikeAug 12, 2007
RockShox's Vivid Rear Shock-take a look! RockShox's Vivid Rear Shock-take a look!
Its been a long time coming, but the RockShox Vivid rear shock is ready for the masses. SRAM had a few on hand that could be demo'd on a selection of bikes at their trailer.

Our main man Jeremiah at SRAM hooked us up with a pimped out Cove Shocker that was Vivid equipped and sent us on our merry way.


 
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