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Will Weston/NS bikes – Local Hill video on Pinkbike!

NS UK rider, Will Weston gets down his local spot near Wolverhampton and throws the Fuzz about with some jumps and loam.

Check out the video below from the link!

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Ns bikes Soda 2014

Soda 2014

Since its introduction in 2012 the Soda has received great reviews and proved itself to be an incredibly versatile bike. Just check out the wide diversity of builds you can find on the internet. But what’s more important, the Soda has a great track record of problem-free use. The philosophy behind this bike was to make a platform that would be first and foremost fun and reliable, and it looks like this has been achieved in the long run.

For 2014 the Soda has received a major lift: lots of small details have been refined, the frame has lost weight without sacrificing strength or reliability and the frame sizes have been increased to improve seated pedalling ranges.

During the Alpine Trip where our main goal was to shoot the new Eccentric and Fuzz bikes Sam decided to take the new Soda 1 out for a spin. Our camera guys thought it would be cool to follow him and get some footage. All went well at first, Sam had some fun throwing the bike around the town of Zell am See and we got some cool shots. But then he decided to take a run down the bongo bongo and hang man trails in the Leogang bike park and things got ugly with the weather.

The slopes were so slippery it was almost impossible to even stand, yet alone ride. But the guys decided to keep going, and we managed to film a few of Sam’s runs. Check out this short edit showing want went on up there.

Stay tune for the arrival of the 2014 Soda in store!

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Through the Fall V2 video with the Transition Covert

Shredding the trail with Transition Covert Carbon.

Although September and October mark the end of summer, it is by far the best time to take a step back, relax, and enjoy some time in the woods. Through the Fall V2 attempts to articulate this transition as well as the true essence of riding in Vermont. Enjoy.

Created by Henry Miles//Skyline Studios

Riders:
Alex McAndrew
Dylan Conte
Isaac Allaire

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Binary Transition TR250 Stop Motion Build

Binary Bike wrote: To kick off our blog, we slaved away on this Transition TR250 build video. But after all that work, we’re not sure what to call it. Any ideas? Submit a name idea in the comments section to be entered into a drawing for a shiny new Transition Trail-or-Park frame. Increase your odds by liking us on Facebook and by sharing the video on Facebook and Twitter. Check out binarybike.com to see how we made the video.

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London Bike Show on Pinkbike with Pivot Cycles!

Pivot’s new 5.7 Carbon has the same 145mm (5.7”) of travel as their aluminum version, but shaves roughly 200 grams thanks to the switch in frame material. Total frame weight sits at a claimed 5.2lbs. Tech notes include the bike’s tapered headtube and 12x142mm thru-axle rear, as well as some very nice frame protection in the form of molded rubber sections on the downtube and chainstay.

Video of the new Pivot Mach 5.7 Carbon here!

Pivot was also showing off their Point chromoly steel hardtail, a super clean looking bike that features a tapered headtube and interchangeable dropouts that allow you to fit a number of different axle options. It’s shown with a single speed setup.

Available soon at Tionghin! So stay tune for the update on arrival!!

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Transition TR250 Testride Video!

The TR250 is the little brother to our world cup proven TR450. It’s not afraid to go fast in gnarly terrain, but the TR250 is a more nimble handling bike, with tighter geometry for a more playful feel on the trail. With settings for 180mm or 160mm of rear wheel travel, adjustable head angle and bottom bracket height as well as chainstay length, the TR250 is a truly versatile downhill bike. Designed with bike parks like Whistler in mind, this is the ultimate shuttle and lift bike for someone that cares more about styling jumps than split times. The TR250 build is spec’d with a single crown fork, but the frame is fully dual crown compatible. The size small also makes an excellent downhill race bike for shorter riders.

Check out the video below

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Nick Simcik ridding for Transition Bikes!

Sponsored rider Nick Simcik came up with a filmer Shelby Smith and put out this rad video of our Northwestern riding. A nice long video well worth the watch.


In August Nick Simcik and I embarked on a road trip to the Northwest with one plan. To ride. We met some interesting people and discovered a mountain bike community we had no idea existed.

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