MRP is expanding their range of shredKOTE color options for shocks and forks. The custom colors can be applied to fork lowers and springs to custom match your bike, and come in 15 color choices. The coatings use a ceramic and polymer finish that is scratch, scuff, and chemical resistant
Trickstuff brakes are among the most powerful in the world, made in Germany, and can be spotted on the bikes of the Atherton bikes.
Intense released their new Tracer, an update on their iconic bike. The new generation Tracer is all-new, and completely redesigned and engineered from the ground up. Currently, it’s only available as a mullet setup, with a 29er front, 27.5 rear wheel, and 170mm (6.7”) travel. The bike is sure to be a potent enduro weapon, but we’re excited to put it to the test as an aggressive trailbike that can handle any terrain. The Tracer 279 has been in development for well over three years and is available now. The full 29er version is coming soon.
Fat Chance Yo Eddy returns! The iconic brand is here displaying their bikes. The Yo Eddy combines all the modern specs you need with the handmade vintage soul that stopped us in our tracks to shoot this photo. The Yo Eddy was first designed in 1989. This new version features their signature geometry for playful handling and styling, and all the classic characteristics the Yo Eddy is known for.
Some of the ENVE crew chose to ride bikes to the Otter this year, rather than drive. This four-legged attendee hitched a ride in a backpack all the way from San Luis Obispo, which is a 102-mile ride all the way up the Pacific coast. Lucky pooch.
When your bars are used to win so many Championships, you get to do lots of fun custom graphics. These Renthal FatBars were made to celebrate the wins by Aaron Gwin, Camille Balanche, and Danny Hart.
Norco’s new Range comes to the table with size-specific geometry. With minimal variance in the distance from the front tire’s contact patch to the rider’s center of gravity through every size, Norco claims the new geometry helps keep speed easier over the most demanding Enduro courses and Big Mountain terrain.
Norco also unveiled their new large capacity batteries, which allow riders to pack more power for longer rides. The graphics to explain how far you can actually go are impressive, and look like they could make for very fun, mega-long rides.
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