Sage Cycles, who specialize in relatively low-cost titanium frames and a unique custom complete bike build program, announced an all-new model at the Interbike trade show on Wednesday. It’s called the Barlow, and Sage says that it splits the difference between its existing Skyline road and PDXCX cyclocross models. The Barlow is a gravel bike, […]
Originally published in Road Bike Review September 01, 2015 Sage Cycles Introduction – Brewed in Oregon Sage Cycles is a small brand based out of Portland, Oregon building handcrafted, made in the U.S. titanium road and cross bikes. Although they were founded only two years ago in 2013, their reputation and popularity has been growing […]
Originally published on August 17, 2015 in Bicycling.com “Whoa, that bike looks like a rocket.” I’d been riding the Sage Skyline since March, and five months later, the titanium road bike was still turning heads in my hometown. This time, it was a video assistant shooting a training series I was filming for Michelob Ultra. […]
Originally published in Road Bike Action, August 2015 Titanium was once the premier material of choice for bicycle frame builders and, thanks to several talented artisans, still remains a viable option for many cyclists due to its ride quality and durability. But since the material can be cost-prohibitive for many consumers, the Oregon-based company Sage […]
Sage Cycles is proud to announce its sponsorship of Project 4040. The brainchild of Remi McManus, Project 4040 looks to inspire, motivate, encourage, challenge and document the emotions and spirit of competition. The project is comprised of 40 races in McManus’s 40th year of life. He will be competing in cycling and running events, as […]
Originally published in Road Magazine, July 2015 With the proliferation of aero tube shapes and carbon layup wizardry, traditionally styled road bikes don’t seem to draw the inquiring glances they once did. However, as I pedaled the Sage Skyline through its long-term test, the eyes followed the titanium bike beneath me. From established frame builders […]
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