Muddymoles: Mountain biking (MTB) in the Surrey Hills and Mole ValleyMuddymoles: Mountain biking (MTB) in the Surrey Hills and Mole Valley

Cycling News, Reviews, Chat and Ride reports

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Another belt drive bike

Yet another comment on the belt drive concept, this time a full carbon Momo Design City bike. Lush!

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More developments on belt drive bikes

More information on the notion of belt drive mountain bikes. Who’s going to be first to market?

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Night rides, Night lights

Almost without us noticing, the nights are starting to get longer and with it, the need for night lights for the bike.

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Mountain Bikes – What we are riding

A quick round up of the Mountain Bikes that have found favour with us recently. A broad and eclectic bunch, especially if you like bikes from the Calderdale Valley.

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A glimpse into the future?

The future’s bright but maybe a bit heavy. And doesn’t include derailleurs from what Matt can make out from looking at gearbox bikes.

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Upgrading to hydraulic disc brakes

When it comes to buying your first disc brake package there’s a lot to know. Matt outlines the advatanges of hydraulic disc brakes and offers three budget options to investigate.

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Orange trial belt drive transmission

Fresh from Singletrack comes the news that Orange are looking into the idea of using belt drive technology in place of the traditional bicycle chain. They’ve got an Orange P7 built up as a unique take on the singlespeed concept.

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2008 Shimano Deore XT

Since we’re only just starting to wake up to the fact that Summer 2007 is upon us, the Gods of manufacture have embarked on lifting the skirts on their 2008 kit so we can plan what we’re going to be replacing our worn out kit with next Spring.

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Carbon based

Reading this month’s What MTB it struck me how many bikes and bike parts are now being made from carbon fibre. So it got me thinking about the cunning weave (and I’m not talking about a particularly fine wig) and the fact that few of my riding buddies have adorned their bikes with this most bling-tastic of materials.

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