You’ve already seen some of the Pinkbike staff's mountain bikes
, and the list isn’t too surprising given that we’re all into
mountain biking. Most of us prefer bikes that excel on the descents but can still pedal, with some nice unusual shiny bits. Those bikes will take us where we want to go without holding us back on the descents or dragging us down too much on the climbs. Those bikes are fun.
But there are bikes in the other areas of our lives, too. Brian has his dadmobile and a sweet gravel bike. Sarah, Levy, Daniel, and Seb all have gravel bikes, too. Kazimer and I chose to show off our town bikes. Henry says he has a road bike, though I’m left to fill in the details with my imagination, and Jason has a truck, which also falls into the category of 'not a mountain bike,' I guess.
Let’s take a look.Brian Park
Brian 3D printed those pedals himself.
Brian’s gravel bike is only a tiny bit less intriguing than the dadmobile. I love the dropper post solution.
I agree with Brian here. SQlab saddles are the greatest.
Brian also wins for the best photos. The image quality and quantity in this article only deteriorates from here. Sorry.Mike LevyMike Kazimer
That saddle is so, so blue. I wish I'd seen it when it had blue rims.Daniel SappSeb StottSarah MooreAlicia Leggett
I also have a gravel bike, but it’s dirty right now so I’m ashamed to show photos of it.Henry Quinney
Henry didn’t send me a photo of his road bike, but he says he has one, so I'm including an interpretation of Henry's bike as I imagine it. His road bike, I imagine, has the perfect balance of sensibility and style. I also imagine it has disc brakes, a dropper post, and a 4000-lumen headlight. Why not? Henry can be his own sunlight. He didn't specify the material, so we can assume it's probably something new and mysterious that the rest of us haven't heard of yet.Jason Lucas
Does anyone have a sticker maker? If so, feel free to make Jason some stickers that say “My other bike is a truck.”