The dust on the trails has settled but we had a great time at Interbike 2012′s Outdoor Demo Days, where were were able to test ride several bikes. Here is a recap of what we hit on the trails.
One of the oldest names in the titanium frame business, Litespeed, is showing off their 650b model frame at the ODD this year. The Sewanee is a full titanium, full suspension frame. Not only is the main triangle titanium, but so is the rear triangle and suspension linkage. Read more
Santa Cruz hit it out of the park with the Tallboy 29er, so how does one improve upon a hit? Make it long travel with a slightly slacker head tube. Read more
For 2013, Spot Brand introduces a new 29er single speed. This belt drive bike features a ‘passive’ style of rear suspension, more like cushioning to slightly smooth out the trail. Read more
The first thing that I noticed about the Surly Krampus was the weight, it has to be over 35-pounds. Once on the trail, the Krampus only felt sluggish while accelerating and launching it off of the jumps on Bootleg Canyon. Read more
Another beauty out of Steamboat Springs, the Moots MX Divide 29er rides as smooth as it looks! Read more