Is something still a blur if it happened in the past but you are still in the blur? Would you say, “MADE 2023 was a blur…” or would you say “MADE 2023 is still blurry because of….”? Either way, the MADE 2023 show was amazing and easily the best show of the year to attend. […]
Back in 2019, Mountain Bike Action reviewed our first hardtail mountain bike- the Flow Motion. The conversation in the beginning was something along the lines of: “Hardtail? Yeah, we have some FS bikes we want to ride but we will give your bike a shot.” Not exactly confidence inspiring, but at least they were willing […]
Usually we strive to get photography done and posted for each custom bike we do with the expectation that we will showcase the bike both in social media and advertising as the bike is being delivered to the customer. However, there are those times where we get a little busy and things don’t always line […]
For the 2020 Chris King Handbuilt show, the color choices were either Gold or a Two Tone Black/ Gold. The Gold was going to be polished and the Two Tone Black/ Gold was going to be a matte finish. Both colors were gorgeous in their own rights, but once we saw the shine of the […]
The Storm King GP came about due to the evolution in Gravel Racing and Gravel Riding. As riders continue to push the boundaries of their bikes further and further, it was only a matter of time before the components that would go on their frames would evolve as well. With the creation of the new […]
What happens when you give one of our Sage Factory Team riders a GoPro and set the team loose on a mixed surface group ride through the streets and backroads of Portland, OR.? Lots of miles and lots of fun!
Road Bike Action had the chance to log some serious miles on the Sage Titanium Beccus Saddle. All day comfort and excellent pricing are just some of the comments they made about the saddle.
Year in and year out, we ride, test, and see plenty of bikes on the road. And whether it’s a road, cyclocross or gravel bike, titanium remains as much a popular and reasonable frame material to consider as any other. How do we know? Because the Wall Street Journal says so! “Titanium has become the […]