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Bontrager Circuit Long Sleeve Jersey Review

Summer-weight long sleeve jerseys are a great option to have on the shelf. You can wear them for added sun protection during the day or on cool mornings. And, for me, they are great as we head into shoulder season as part of a variety of layers at my disposal. The Bontrager Circuit Long Sleeve definitely splits the difference between a short-sleeve jersey and a thermal jersey by taking the edge off cool temps. Bontrager Circuit Long Sleeve Jersey Features: Lightweight polyester knit fabric Thre...
Tags: Sport, Cycling, Circuit, Don, Wasatch Mountains, Bontrager, Gear Reviews, Jerseys, Road Biking, Bontrager Circuit, Bontrager Circuit Long Sleeve Jersey Review, Bontrager Circuit Long Sleeve, Bontrager Circuit Long Sleeve Jersey Features, Circuit Long Sleeve Jersey, Circuit Long Sleeve, Bontrager Circuit Long Sleeve Jersey


College students get a boost with Biketown financial aid

A few Biketowns hydrating themselves at Peninsula Park on Saturday. (Photo: Jonathan Maus/BikePortland) The Portland Bureau of Transportation announced great news last week that will lower the cost of the Biketown bike share system for college students and people with low incomes. PBOT launched Biketown in 2016. In September 2020, Portland partnered with Nike and Lyft to expand the service area and . The downside to that expansion was higher prices that have caused grumbling among many. Th...
Tags: Nike, Sport, Front Page, Cycling, Portland, PSU, Portland State University, Fafsa, Portland Bureau of Transportation, Oregon Department of Environmental Quality, Biketown, Jonathan Maus, PBOT, Bike-sharing system, Clint Culpepper, Peninsula Park


The Monday Roundup: Beat the haters, the Parisian mindset, lessons from Peloton, and more

Welcome to the week. Here are the most notable items BikePortland editors and readers came across in the past seven days… They have better lobbyists: Check out this comparison of the potential federal e-bike tax incentives versus the existing ones for e-cars. “Laughable” is right. National Parks and bike paths: You can bet the folks who sit on the Historic Columbia River Highway Advisory Committee will be keeping a close eye on this new, 18-mile paved path that’s coming to Zion National Par...
Tags: Europe, Massachusetts, America, Sport, Features, Front Page, Cycling, Vw, National Parks, Paris, Electric, Vox, National Guard, Peloton, Jonathan Maus, The Monday Roundup


Video: Bike Thru North Greeley Avenue

The North Greeley Avenue bikeway project is just a few tiny tweaks away from being complete. Since our last visit back in May, the Portland Bureau of Transportation has finished the new protected path/bike lane on N Going Court to Going Street and has polished the main diagonal at Going that crosses riders from the west to east side of the street. Advertisement I went out a few days ago to get a closer look at the key elements of this project. In the ‘Bike Thru’ video above you’ll ...
Tags: Adidas, Sport, Front Page, Cycling, Portland, Portland Bureau of Transportation, N Greeley Ave, Jonathan Maus, Interstate Avenue, North Greeley Avenue, Going Street, BikePortland Video, N Going Court


Mud and cyclocross finally returns: A Corn Cross photo gallery

Rejoice! (Photos: Mark Boling/@veganidiot on IG Bike racing fans tightly embraced two old friends at a farm in Boring on Saturday: Mud and cyclocross. By all accounts the Corn Cross was a huge success. We’re sure the course (designed by local legend Erik Tonkin of Sellwood Cycle Repair) was stellar and the organization (by City of Sandy) was on-point; but the star of the day was the mud and a beloved sport many hadn’t participated in for nearly two years. Mark Boling was there to take thes...
Tags: Sport, Front Page, Racing, Cycling, Evelyn, Sandy, Cyclocross, Jonathan Maus, Oregon Bicycle Racing Association, Carol Cohen, Erik Tonkin, Fast Fun Nice, Corn Cross, Mark Boling, Evelyn Boling


Here’s how I remember my 213 mile, 16 hour Swift Summit race

(Photos: Josh Ross/BikePortland) Please welcome our newest contributor, Josh Ross. He’ll be sharing ride reports and product reviews. Here’s a note from him: My name is Josh and I’m new to BikePortland. One of the things that defines who I am on a bike is a desire to do epic things. I’m lucky to have the opportunity to challenge myself and to share some of those adventures with you. I plan to share new ideas and rides — and maybe even inspire someone to try something new. When I say I like ...
Tags: Sport, Front Page, Cycling, Portland, Christian, Trevor, Lebanon, Josh, Oregon City, Silverton, Canby, Rides/Events, Josh Ross, The Ride, Lebanon Oregon, Swift Summit


BikePortland Podcast: Tom Flood turns Big Auto’s biggest weapon against them

U.S. automakers spend vast sums of money to create and maintain the powerful role of cars and driving in our society. As their ads and products increasingly flaunt laws and ethics, maybe it’s time to fight back with ads that share perspective from the other side of the windshield? “The more and more time that goes by, and the more people that are being murdered on our streets by road violence, you start losing that olive branch.” That’s what Tom Flood creates. His short videos and oth...
Tags: UK, New York City, Toronto, America, Sport, Front Page, Cycling, Psa, New York Times, Portland, Jesus, Epa, Volkswagen, Dodge, Volvo, Tom


World Cup Pro Bike Check: Yolanda Neff’s Olympic Gold Trek Supercaliber XC Race Bike

After a dominating gold medal ride at the Tokyo Olympics, Yolanda Neff and Trek mountain bike design extraordinaire Katy Steudel took to the lab to create the perfect graphics and paint scheme for the newly crowned champion. Steudel and Neff took inspiration from Japanese tranquility, apple blossoms, mountains, and bamboo. The canvas is Trek’s top-of-the-line The post World Cup Pro Bike Check: Yolanda Neff’s Olympic Gold Trek Supercaliber XC Race Bike appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Uncategorized, Sport, Cycling, World Cup, Tokyo, Women's, Trek, Neff, Mountain Bike, Yolanda Neff, Snow Shoe, OXC, Katy Steudel, Steudel


World Cup Pro Bike Check: Jolanda Neff’s Olympic Gold Trek Supercaliber XC Race Bike

After a dominating gold medal ride at the Tokyo Olympics, Jolanda Neff and Trek mountain bike design extraordinaire Katy Steudel took to the lab to create the perfect graphics and paint scheme for the newly crowned champion. Steudel and Neff took inspiration from Japanese tranquility, apple blossoms, mountains, and bamboo. The canvas is Trek’s top-of-the-line The post World Cup Pro Bike Check: Jolanda Neff’s Olympic Gold Trek Supercaliber XC Race Bike appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Uncategorized, Sport, Cycling, World Cup, Tokyo, Women's, Trek, Neff, Mountain Bike, Jolanda Neff, Yolanda Neff, Snow Shoe, OXC, Katy Steudel, Steudel


High-Viz Camouflage? Search and State M90 Camo kit blends in & stands out

Camouflage has only one tenet: blend in. That is, unless you’re on a bike. Search and State shatters the rules with its high-visibility cycling camo kit, engineered to simultaneously alert other road users to your presence while simultaneously offering the slick style of camouflage. The M-90 High-Viz S2-R comes in short sleeve and long sleeve The post High-Viz Camouflage? Search and State M90 Camo kit blends in & stands out appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Sport, Cycling, State, Clothing-Gear-Tools


Rapha x POC helmet collaboration includes RCC-Only Ventral AIR SPIN & Omne AIR SPIN for all

Rapha is back at it with new Limited Editions. Unlike the recent Rapha x Smith MTB helmets, for the road and gravel, POC steps in for the collaboration. Which makes total sense considering that both Rapha and POC are technical partners of team EF Education-NIPPO. As a result, we’re treated to Limited Edition versions of The post Rapha x POC helmet collaboration includes RCC-Only Ventral AIR SPIN & Omne AIR SPIN for all appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Sport, Cycling, POC, Gravel Bikes, Road Bike, Clothing-Gear-Tools, EF Education Nippo, Rapha x Smith MTB


Specialized go Full Turbo with new Turbo Como, Tero & Vado eBikes, plus Mode Helmet

Specialized have overhauled their line-up of Full Turbo eBikes for 2022, introducing the new Turbo Como, Turbo Vado and Turbo Tero. Brimming with new smart technology, these comfort commuters and all-terrain eBikes are able to improve as they age, thanks to their new ability to receive over-the-air updates via an App on the owner’s smart The post Specialized go Full Turbo with new Turbo Como, Tero & Vado eBikes, plus Mode Helmet appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Sport, Cycling, e-Bike, Vado, Tero, Turbo Como Turbo Vado, Tero Brimming, Tero Vado


Found: The Craft Cadence 3-in-1 jersey wallet, tiny handlebar satchel, & world-first N99 Polution Mask?

Craft Cadence is far from a household name in the United States. But the company’s workmanlike designs have gained traction among the bike commuter crowd in London, where it originated. The designs reflect the UK’s rainy climate and the necessities of urban a-to-b riding. The textiles are coarse and waterproof; the bags are multi-functional and The post Found: The Craft Cadence 3-in-1 jersey wallet, tiny handlebar satchel, & world-first N99 Polution Mask? appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: UK, London, Sport, United States, Cycling, Clothing-Gear-Tools, Every Day Carry, Craft Cadence


World Cup Pro Bike Check: Luca Braidot’s Santa Cruz Blur with custom-tuned suspension

Sunday’s World Cup at Snow Shoe West Virginia was the last of the 2021 OXC season, and riders were looking to best their previous result. Luca Braidot from Santa Cruz FSA found himself in the lead group for most of the race, trading wheels with Blevins, Schurter, and Cink. The 30-year-old Italian XCO specialist is The post World Cup Pro Bike Check: Luca Braidot’s Santa Cruz Blur with custom-tuned suspension appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Fsa, Sport, Cycling, Santa Cruz, Cink, Mountain Bike, Santa Cruz Blur, Santa Cruz FSA, Pro Bike Check, Luca Braidot, Snow Shoe West Virginia, Blevins Schurter


Nukeproof Mullet the Mega and Giga enduro bikes for 297 mixed wheel framesets

Elliot Heap and Katy Winton are two Nukeproof riders who have been reaping the benefits of a mullet setup this season. Now, you can too, with the release of the Nukeproof Mega 297 and Giga 297 framesets. And don’t worry, if you’re already a V4 Mega or Giga 290 owner, there’s an aftermarket MX conversion The post Nukeproof Mullet the Mega and Giga enduro bikes for 297 mixed wheel framesets appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Sport, Cycling, Mountain Bike, Katy Winton, Elliot Heap


Specialized S-Works Romin Evo gets 3D-printed Mirror treatment for longer saddle design

Not content to keep their 3D printed saddle tech to just one design, the S-Works Power with Mirror has a new friend. Now, you’ll be able to find that same Digital Light Synthesis foam-less 3D printing tech on the longer, more traditionally shaped Romin EVO platform, only this time with even more struts and nodes… That’s The post Specialized S-Works Romin Evo gets 3D-printed Mirror treatment for longer saddle design appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Sport, Cycling, Road Bike, Romin Evo, S Works Power


Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Glass House Mountains, Australia

Photo submitted by Noel Cleary, “The township of Glass House Mountains, Queensland, Australia is surrounded by pine forests. Grown for their timber, the forests are criss crossed with a wide variety of roads and trails. All accessible 5 minutes from my front door.” We always love seeing photos from where you are riding and are The post Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Glass House Mountains, Australia appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Australia, Sport, Cycling, Pic of the Day, Noel Cleary, Glass House Mountains Queensland Australia


Spotted: Prototype Öhlins Electronic Suspension on Loic Bruni’s Winning custom Specialized Demo

Loic Bruni clinched his second Overall Title at the World Cup Downhill season finale in Snowshoe, West Virginia. He did so aboard his custom Specialized Demo, running some rather special prototype suspension from Öhlins. Wires spotted around the dual-crown fork’s uppers very much give the game away. Could this be Öhlins’ first attempt at active The post Spotted: Prototype Öhlins Electronic Suspension on Loic Bruni’s Winning custom Specialized Demo appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Sport, Cycling, Specialized, Ohlins, Mountain Bike, Loic Bruni, Prototypes & Concepts, Snowshoe West Virginia, Feature Stories, Öhlins Wires


Transition Scout & Sentinel MTBs gain affordable alloy options

Transition Bikes have released alloy builds of the long-travel 29er Sentinel and 27.5″ Scout Trail bike. Previously available in carbon only, the new NX and GX builds will retail at a much more budget-friendly price of $3899 USD and $4999 USD, respectively, with framesets only available too. Transition Sentinel and Scout Alloy Builds Those who The post Transition Scout & Sentinel MTBs gain affordable alloy options appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Sport, Cycling, Mountain Bike, Transition Sentinel


Red Bull Video: Winning Runs from Snowshoe UCI DH MTB World Cup 2021

What a week. At this point, we’re getting used to Snowshoe, West Virginia hosting an epic finale to the World Cup season. But this year, it was an even bigger blowout with not one, but two races — one being added as a makeup round for the cancelled Fort William race. That resulted in some The post Red Bull Video: Winning Runs from Snowshoe UCI DH MTB World Cup 2021 appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Sport, Cycling, Fort William, Mountain Bike, Snowshoe West Virginia


The Best Cycling Water Bottles of 2021 for Your Next Riding Adventure

Choosing the best cycling water bottle may not seem like a big deal: All water bottles are created equal, right? Well, not entirely. In fact, in cycling, you’re asking a lot of your bottle. It needs to fit nicely in your bottle cage, not jiggle when you ride, be easy to sip from, be resilient The post The Best Cycling Water Bottles of 2021 for Your Next Riding Adventure appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Sport, Cycling, Buyers Guides, Training Gear Buyer's Guide



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