Dave rode his full suspension Ibis thru the fog to the summit for the perfect blue sky day.
Here’s a great trail for the mountain bike beginner. It’s strenuous with a few challenging sections: sand, gravel, creek crossing, and rock gardens.
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We checked out the Santa Cruz Bronson Carbon with the R Kit. It’s a good platform with the 150MM of travel in the rear which seems to be the Enduro style of bike that everyone is riding these days. Here’s what we liked and the first things we’d swap out!
We take a look at the Trek Domane 5.2 Carbon. It’s a full Ultegra bike that’s built for the long haul. Here’s what we liked, and the first thing we would swap out.
Have you ridden the new trails yet? What did you think?
What changes would you like to see made?
What would be the perfect bike for this ride?
We caught up with Abe at the Summit. He likes to climb up the south side. He rides a Seven Odonata that he flew to Boston to have built and pick up. He likes to ride Centuries, Double Centuries as well as the Death Ride (which is what he said he was training for).
Our first CX rider! Ken rides a Specialized Crux. It was a windy day but that makes it a better day (for Ken!)
We caught up with Bryce at the summit of Mount Diablo. He rides a 2012 Specialized Camber.
What happens when you give a local mechanic just 15 seconds to accurately describe a bike? We toss the entire lineup of Santa Cruz 650B’s (9 bikes) at Ian Massey. Here’s what happened.