Epic Race Day Pictures: EWS Loudenvielle 2022

It was a native nation day and flat-pedals at EWS Loudenvielle as Morgan Char and Alex Rodeau blasted to victory in front of a raucous French crowd. The couple mastered a series of steep Pyrenees mountain trails that left a slippery and treacherous spot due to torrential rain. The French had another reason to pop … Read more

First ride: Crestline & Cascade components collaborate to create a virtual high-axle downhill bike

You may have seen some photos of the RS 205 VHP bike from Crestline and Cascade Components floating around this summer, and we were lucky enough to muster up some laps on this bike even before its public debut. Before the “looks like Santa Cruz” comments came up, this bike uses a virtual mid-height pivot … Read more

First ride: Crestline & Cascade components collaborate to create a virtual high-axle downhill bike

You may have seen some photos of the RS 205 VHP bike from Crestline and Cascade Components floating around this summer, and we were lucky enough to muster up some laps on this bike even before its public debut. Before the “looks like Santa Cruz” comments came up, this bike uses a virtual mid-height pivot … Read more

[Updated After the Pro Stage] Video tour: previews, highlights, POVs and more from EWS Loudenvielle 2022

With the 2022 EWS season in France winding down, we’ve rounded up the best videos to keep you up to date with the race this weekend. Come back all week for more videos from training, the Pro Stage podium and Sunday’s big race day. professional stage Highlights The last EWS professional stage of Season 10 … Read more

Loudenvielle prepares to host the EWS & DH World Cup in 2023

Alongside the latest round of EWS this weekend, it has been announced that Loudenvielle will host both the EWS and the DH World Cup next year. The The original 2023 race calendar It offered two empty venues with the French stadiums hosting at least two different races in one week. Now we have a slightly … Read more

Who can still win the EWS overall in Loudenvielle?

2022 has already come to an end after some great racing moments. None of the Elite titles are finished, so we’re in for some steady races as it all goes back to the final weekend of racing. We’ve broken down the numbers and tried to get a better understanding of the stats before the start … Read more

Intend announces ‘Green Age’ fork updates

Press Release: Intend Bike Components The Green Age update summarizes a variety of updated parts used on the 2022 fork models. Why Green Age? In order to be able to distinguish the old models from the new ones easier, we wanted them to stand out so we immediately know what internals we are dealing with … Read more

Picture saga: Pinkbike Racing’s first World Cup season – Part 2

I don’t have the audacity and happiness to sit here right now and tell you what an amazing family the race team is, what an amazing experience with amazing people, and going to amazing places, that goes beyond any experience anyone has ever had and is just amazing, so profound… Wow… amazing and healthy fun. … Read more

Round 1: The Santa Cruz Talboy 2023 is updated, not repaired

For Santa Cruz, the previous generation of the Tallboy was a bike that became something of a cult classic. It seemed to resonate with just about everyone who rode it, inspiring all kinds of unique custom chassis, some focused on making as much performance possible on the slopes as possible, others on making the XC … Read more

Check-out: tubeless tire air compressor, hidden body protection, giant cycling computer, mullet connections

Lots of equipment comes across our offices here at Pinkbike. paying off It’s a spin-off of everything our tech editors have gotten into. Sometimes it’s the products we’re running long-term testing on, other times these are things we’re excited about but don’t have time to fully review. And sometimes this is a crazy thing that … Read more