Check out some great close up shots of the “Belgian Beast” custom paint job, and get the low-down on the brand new for 2017 PDXCX Generation 2 Cyclocross bike. Lots of great things to see here. The new frames will be available in August of 2017. You can read the entire article and watch the […]
I had the great honor to go for a ride and conduct a wonderful interview with the amazing Michael Hotten of RedKitePrayer.com. Michael and I took some Barlow bikes up into the Santa Monica hills above Los Angeles for some great gravel riding where we talked about everything to what makes a gravel bike great […]
The Sage Belgian Beast is front and center in the Cycling Tips photo gallery! Check out the amazing photos HERE! A BIG Thank you to James Huang for stopping by the booth and taking these great photos, as well as calling out the amazing detail work of the paint job. We are very proud of […]
A BIG THANK YOU to Road Bike Action for putting the Belgian Beast as the lead in product in their “Who was HOT at the 2017 Sea Otter Classic” gallery! We are honored to be mentioned in the same breath as the other amazing brands listed here. Click HERE to see the gallery.
The Belgian Beast is the original “Show Stopper” bike. Introduced at Sea Otter 2017, the goal of the Beast was to make people stop in their tracks and take notice. The Beast did that and more. Appearing in more social and print media outlets than we could keep up with, the Beast quickly became the […]
A brief glimpse of the upcoming 2017 Belgian Waffle ride.
Originally published in Road Bike Action It’s true that while titanium frames were once found in the catalogs of many of the biggest bike brands, they have largely been replaced by carbon alternatives. However, equally true is that there are actually more builders offering titanium frames than one might think. Lighter than steel, more compliant […]
Originally published in the September 2016 edition of Peloton Magazine Most of us are familiar with the Oregon Trail, a grueling 2,000-plus miles that brought pioneers to the Pacific Northwest. The Barlow Trail is the most rugged and relentless portion over the last 100 miles before entering the Willamette Valley. It also happens to be […]
Originally published in the May 2016 Edition of Cyclocross Magazine Our 56cm review sample of the Sage Barlow is beautifully TIG welded of 3 Al/2.5 V titanium alloy with a geometry that mixes elements from a modern ‘cross bike, like 42.5cm chainstays and a 7.0cm bottom bracket drop, with a road racing bike-like long 58cm […]
Originally published in the April 2016 Edition of Road Magazine Last July, when I finally had to send the Sage Skyline back to its Portland home, I nearly cried. Th e American-made, titanium bike had quickly become my choice ride, even to the point where I would blow off the other bicycles that I really […]
Originally published on West End Bikes I’ve been the floor manager at West End Bikes for only a short time, and even in those few weeks, the Sage titanium bicycles we sell have taken too much of my attention. They are beautiful to look at. The damn bikes just call my name, and I didn’t […]
David Rosen of Sage Cycles talks with Scott Mares about the new Barlow Adventure bike at the 2015 Interbike show.