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

2008

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Oregon Scientific ATC3K and ATC5K

The Oregon Scientific ATC3K and ATC5K helmet cams have just gone on sale so Dave is planning to upgrade his ATC2K version.

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Plastic fantastic for bikes?

An industrial designer offers the prospect of a recycled plastic bike – eco friendly, cheap and durable. Don’t throw those water bottles away just yet

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Marzocchi sold

US suspension giant Tenneco buys out Gruppo Marzocchi

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2009 Avid Elixir CR

The disc brake market for MTBs is one of the most competitive there is, and things haven’t got any easier with the introduction on Avid’s new Elixir for 2009.

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Up and Downhill Holidays

Mountain biking (MTB) holidays in Ellmau in the Austrian Alps with UpandDownhill…

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2009 Fat Cyclist jerseys

Launch of the 2009 Fat Cyclist jersey from Twin Six.

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2009 Mavic clothing

Mavic return to their roots for 2009 with the introduction of a sharp looking clothing range.

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Two bikes to watch for 2009

Bikes just keep getting better and better, and the Cannondale Moto and Commencal 5.5 look like being popular choices for 2009.

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Take the Kids Too

Colin coniders the Bodyspace Child Saddle as a way of getting his kids on the bike

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Ooh SRAM, you tease!

SRAM hint at technology to come for late 2008/2009 with the Truvativ MagicMechanics site

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Shimano SLX – moving the goal posts

Shimano decide the time is right for a stronger LX groupset and introduce the SLX range.

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Sheldon Brown

Sheldon Brown passes away, Dave notes his cycling contribution

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