Category Archives: Fresh Parts

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Ridden and Reviewed: Devinci Troy

Words by Rowan Bateman, Cyclepath Gravity Rider The Devinci Troy is a damn good-looking bike! There is something about the clean lines and understated graphics that really does it for me. Some people care a lot about looks, some not at all, and I usually find myself right in the middle. Function-over-form is how I …

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Pivot Mach 6 Alloy – Now more recyclable than ever before!

When the Mach 6 Carbon was launched it was THE BIKE to have. Everyone who bought one loved it. The perfect combination of DW Link pedaling efficiency and aggressive geometry made the Mach 6 the ideal trail machine. Pivot’s long history of aluminum bikes has all but evaporated. Why? Carbon is a great material offering an amazing …

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Devinci Hendrix – Are You Experienced?

Experience confidence-inspiring traction and control aboard the 2016 Hendrix RS from Devinci Cycles. The new 27.5+ trail bike combines the incredible grip of 3.0″ tubeless-ready Maxxis Chronicle tires with the anti-squat efficiency of Dave Weagle’s split pivot suspension. Get ready for unparalleled grip and stability in the nastiest conditions! Thanks to contemporary geometry and a complete …

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Ridden and Reviewed: The Evil Insurgent

Last weekend a Ben and Rowan of our Cyclepath PDX Gravity Team took a couple of Evil demo bikes out to Cold Creek for a little grip-and-rip session. The brand new Insurgent definitely left a favorable impression: First things first. We all know that bike reviews, (and mountain bike reviews in particular) can be irritatingly predictable. “Climbs …

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Custom Bike Love: Scott’s Moots Routt 45

This week we want to highlight one of our favorite Moots builds to date. Scott’s Routt 45 takes what is often the most overlooked bike in the stable – the commuter – and elevates it to a level of refinement typically reserved for race bikes. The result is a stunning balance of beauty and performance. …

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Roger’s Pivot Mach 6 Gets A Custom XTR Di2 Install

Shimano’s new XTR 9000 series is the best MTB group yet and the XTR 9050 Di2 is insanely awesome. The big draw is that every rear shift is perfect and the front shifting is rock solid and idiot proof. However, when you have a frame that isn’t from 2016 a few issues arise. Mainly it’s the …

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2015 Tour de France Sale Happening Now!

Celebrate the worlds biggest race with incredible deals on all our 700c goods! Swing by the shop, enjoy one of our draft beers while watching The Tour, and get up to 40% off bikes, clothing, shoes, helmets, tires and accessories! And we aren’t just talking about that old stuff in the attic… We are talking about frames and complete …

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Mitch’s Yeti SB5c Custom Build

Yeti’s new Switch Infinity platform has been getting lots of attention. As it should, because it’s amazing! It climbs great, provides plenty of anti-squat and is as plush as you can get. Pictured here is the 5″ variant – the SB5c. Built from a hand-picked list of some of the best components around, including the shock, …

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Sean’s Pivot Mach 4 Carbon with XTR Di2

Start with a frameset that climbs like a XC race bike but descends like a trail bike. Add ENVE’s 27.5″ 50/50 rims with decals color-matched to the frame laced to DT Swiss 240s. Top it all off with Shimano’s first ever electronic group for MTB, XTR Di2 (M9050) setup with Synchro Shift, which allows both …

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Yeti SB6c – XTR 1×11 With 40mm True Love Carbon Wheels

This bike is all about the numbers: 152mm of travel in the rear, 160mm up front, a roomy cockpit by way of the long toptube, and a long front-center keeps the crank as far from the front axle as possible without upsetting pedaling geometry. Take all that and give it a 65.5 degree headtube angle and you get …