If money was no object, how would you build your bike? That is the question we asked ourselves late in 2017 as we began preparations for Sea Otter in 2018. What we came up with was beyond reason and had no rationale other than to say we could do it: A 13.2lb bike with an […]
“The PDXCX certainly has its place depending on the terrain you plan to ride and race it on. The bike is not necessarily specialized—remember we all used to ride with this geometry—but as ’cross bike designs have changed and we have the chance to ride and compare, nuances and preferences are noticeable.” Read the Full […]
Road Bike Action put the PDXCX through the ringer during their time with the bike and they loved it! “Sage Bicycles is one of the industry’s newer bike companies, having been founded in 2012 by David Rosen. With a direct focus on titanium, Sage has pushed to resurrect the metals of old and remind riders […]
“It’s no secret that Portland, Oregon is ground zero for the Northwest ‘cross scene, so any Portland based brand worth its jig better make a good ‘cross bike. Sage Titanium isn’t actually Portland based, it’s in Beaverton a few miles West of Portland…” Read the Full Review: HERE to see why Peloton Magazine thought the all […]
” This season, I called in the big guns, looking for cyclocross bikes actually made for cyclocross racing, not a versatile something-or-other that could work for ‘cross but also for gravel and touring. Bike No. 1 on the list? The all-new Sage Cycles PDXCX, a titanium cyclocross racer hailing from America’s capital of ‘cross, Portland.” Read […]
“There is a discernible push-back against the disposable nature of consumption. It may stem from a societal fatigue caused by ‘fast fashion’ or obsolete iPhones and Fitbits collecting in desk drawers – an expensive display of the FOMO we face in our consumption-driven culture. Minimalism, essential consumption and an appreciation for long-term ownership of a […]
Chris Reynolds from SoCalBicyclist spent some time with the Belgian Beast and took some gorgeous beauty shots of the bike. You can check them out here: SoCal Bicyclist Belgian Beast. Also, look for a full review of the Barlow in the upcoming issue of SoCal Bicyclist.
David Rosen, owner of Sage Titanium, never seems to sleep. When you talk to him he’s always thinking aloud of what change he’ll make next to one of his bike models and to a bike-tech nerd, it’s contagious. Read more HERE to get some great details about the PDXCX Gen 2 bike as well as […]
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.