PressCamp is an annual event held in beautiful Park City, Utah where editors can get a first look at new bikes and products. Check out what we’ve seen at PressCamp so far and keep an eye out for a full story with in-depth product details in an up coming issue of Mountain Bike Action.
Going Plus Sized: GT released the all-new Pantera featuring a pair of plus sized Rocket Ron tires and a one by drivetrain.
New from Ellsworth: The Rogue is an aggressive 160-millimeter travel trail shredding machine. This bike in particular is one of five in the world.
Have you heard of Open bikes? The companies slogan is “Working hard to stay small.” Open is a team of two dudes that love building rad bikes.
Prototype: G-form is working on a pair of bib shorts that will not only protect you in a crash but, will also allow you to carry essential items, thanks to its three rear pockets.
Trail gear: Want to have a classic yet flashy look on the trails? Check out the new 2017 line from Alpinestars.
More gear: The 2017 Alpinestars line up has tons of styles and colors to choose from. This kit is geared towards trail/enduro riders but, a full line of gear from downhill to cross-country is available.
New from Smith: The Rove is a new helmet from smith designed for the average trail rider. This helmet combines functionality, safety and value all into one package.
Off the beaten path: Sombrio introduced a new riding kit that will take riders from a day on the trails to a night on the town.
For the Ladies: Sombrio offers a full and well designed product line for the ladies. This trail kit is great for any lady looking to shred the trails in a comfortable and functional riding kit.
Got Racks? Thule sure does. Thule is one of the biggest bicycle rack companies in the industry and is always looking to innovate. Their newest hitch rack accommodates tire widths from 23c to 5-inches.
New logo, same great quality: White Lighting resigned their labels to keep a similar look across their product line. Don’t worry, the well formulated formula hasn’t been changed.