Friday, September 12, 2014

Photos of the New KHS Sled Enduro MTB

More Details to come... 2015 KHS Sled Enduro

(pictures from MtnBikeRiders.com)

Check out the new KHS Enduro sled. 160mm of travel, slack head angel, and 27.5 (650b to them).








Specs and Pricing coming soon!


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Friday, September 5, 2014

2015 – KHS – 4 Season Fat Bike Line Up

KHS introduced their 2015 line of fat bikes at Eurobike. KHS calls their family of fat bikes the 4 season. 

(article posted by Gomez of fat-bike.com)

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2015 KHS 4 Season Fat Bikes

- compared to 2014 models all frames are changed, lighter with new geometry;
- KHS 4Season 5000 has been manufactured with new MSD Carbon™ KHS proprietary technology;
- models 4S 500, 4S 1000 and 4S 3000 have head tube angle of 68.5° (difference -1.5° vs 2014 models), KHS 4Season 5000 Carbon have hta of 69.5°;
- chainstay lenght: now 475mm (+8mm) for 4S 500, 4S 1000 and 4S 3000 models, 468mm for new carbon model KHS 4Season 5000;
- KHS 4S 3000 and KHS 4Season 5000 feature 15x150mm front hub and 12x190mm rear hub
- all models have drilled rims: 80mm for 4S 500 and 4 S1000 with 4″ max tire size, 100mm
for 4S 3000 and 4S 5000 with 4.8″ max tire size;
- forks: full CrMo steel straight blade for 4S 500 and 4 S1000, alluminium alloy straight blade QR15mm for 4S 3000, KHS high modulus full carbon QR15mm for 4S 5000 model;
- KHS 4S 3000 and KHS 4Season 5000 have tapered steerer tube for possible upgrade with suspension fork.

4 Season 5000 Carbon

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KHS 4Season 5000 with fork and carbon frame
- total weight: 31.68lbs
- carbon frame: 1250+/-50g
- carbon fork: 580+/- 20g
- complete spec’s - 4 Season 5000 Spec’s
- price: Usd $2999 MSRP

4 Season 3000

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KHS 4Season 3000 
- KHS 4Season 3000, Usd 1999 MSRP
- KHS 4Season 3000: 35.35lbs
- Complete Spec’s - KHS 4 Season 3000 Spec’s

4 Season 1000

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KHS 4 Season 1000
- KHS 4Season 1000, Usd 1299 MSRP
- KHS 4Season 1000: 36.41
- Complete Spec’s - KHS 4 Season 1000 Sec’s

4 Season 500

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- KHS 4Season 500, Usd 999 MSRP
- KHS 4Season 500: 36.96 lbs
- complete spec’s - 4 Season 500 Spec’s


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Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Ride With Us and Help Your Community! - ASSAULT ON HOG HILL BICYCLE RIDE

Hesed House of Hope is a non-profit shelter for the homeless in the area and operates through the colder months of the year. 


The funds raised will go towards covering their operating expenses, etc.









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Wednesday, August 27, 2014

2015 Raleigh RX 2.0 Review [VIDEO]

Ride-A-Bike Review of 2015 Raleigh RX 2.0 



Brantley shows off the features of the brand new 2015 Raleigh RX 2.0! Come check it out today at Ride-A-Bike Shop! 116 NE. Court Square Lincolnton, NC (704) 735-1746


Read more Here

Thursday, August 14, 2014

[VIDEO] 2015 Raleigh Road Bikes

Check Out this Video From Raleigh!


Check out our post on the Maverick Here:
http://blog.rideabike.com/2014/07/2015-raleigh-maverick.html

Check out the Revenio Range here:
http://blog.rideabike.com/2014/07/pics-raleigh-revenio-range.html

and the Militis Range here:
http://blog.rideabike.com/2014/07/2015-raleigh-militis-range-updated.html

Be on the lookout for our first 2015 Raleigh Bike Review COMING SOON

 
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Thursday, August 7, 2014

2015 Raleigh RX 2.0 NOW AT THE SHOP! Come Check it Out!

Read about the Entire 2015 Raleigh Cyclocross Line!
















(Article and Pictures from BikeRumor.com)

At the top of the range, the RXC Pro gets updated thanks to the direct feedback of pro racers like Ben Berden. Nearly every inch of the frame has been changed with one of the biggest changes being the move to a 142x12mm rear thru axle dropout. One of the biggest concerns of going to a wider rear end has always been heel clearance of the frame, yet somehow Raleigh worked some of their magic to make the 142mm frame 7mm narrower than the comparable 135mm QR frame. So it’s wider, but it’s narrower. Got it? The front also stiffens up with a new proprietary 15mm thru axle post mount fork with captured hose routing along the back.

Other tweaks include a new lower chain stay bridge for much better mud clearance which prevents mud from accumulating behind the front derailleur. Raleigh felt the frame was already plenty stiff, so the PF30 equipped frame is only 2% stiffer than the previous version which is probably due to the through axle. What Raleigh really wanted to improve on was the vertical compliance at the seat so they dropped the post diameter to 27.2mm and thinned out the top tube and seat stays which resulted in a claimed 37% more compliance.

Cable routing has been slightly improved to keep things running cleaner and easier to replace while the system uses swappable housing stops for mechanical or Di2 drivetrains. The RXC and RXC Pro share the same frame, and differ only in spec with the Pro using Di2/hydraulic and the RXC using full mechanical.

The company has offered single speed specific frames  for a number of years, but never a complete bike. As their first full bike, the new RXS looks dialed.


Raleigh’s Brian Fornes tells us that they were so excited about the TRP Hylex single speed hydraulic brakes that they wanted to offer a full build around them so they did. The RXS is a true single speed frame with no shift cable braze ons, derailleur hangers, or otherwise – just a Gates Center Track belt drive system tensioned with an pressfit eccentric bottom bracket and a split seat stay to load the belt. The wheels use Raleigh’s own 23mm Impulse rims which are of course wrapped in Clement MXP 33mm tires.  Unlike the RXC and RXC Pro, the RXS sticks with quick releases front and rear.

Raleigh 2015 RXC Pro RX5 single speed belt drive cross bike womens RXW RX2 RX1 (2)

The RX 1.0 and 2.0 get a new coat of paint with the sweet Gulf Racing inspired colors, and the 2.0 also gets the upgrade to the excellent TRP Spyre mechanical discs.

Raleigh 2015 RXC Pro RX5 single speed belt drive cross bike womens RXW RX2 RX1 (7)
Raleigh 2015 RXC Pro RX5 single speed belt drive cross bike womens RXW RX2 RX1 (9) Raleigh 2015 RXC Pro RX5 single speed belt drive cross bike womens RXW RX2 RX1 (8)

Better turn out and better prize money for women means cyclocross is attracting more females to the sport, and Raleigh is responding by offering a new higher level womens’ specific build with the new RXW Comp. Using the same frame as the RXW, the comp receives and improved monocoque full carbon fork and an upgraded spec. Thanks to the American Classic Racing wheels, SRAM Force 22 group, and high end TRP cantis, the Comp is 2 pounds less than the RXW at 19 pounds.

(article and pictures from bikerumor.com)


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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

2015 Raleigh Maverick

Impressive 2015 Bikes from Raleigh



"Raleigh have a new Maverick range of bikes with frames built from various types of Reynolds double-butted chromoly tubing.

'The original Raleigh Maverick was one of the first ever mountain bikes, opening up a new world of trails and routes to off-road explorers,' say Raleigh.

'The new Maverick opens up the route less travelled once again. On gravel, on mud or in the urban jungle, it’s a true all rounder with the personality to match. The Maverick takes classic day touring geometry and tweaks the handling to be better suited for multi-terrain use.'

So, the Mavericks are designed as do-it-all bikes that can handle everything from commuting to gravel riding – gravel, lest you haven’t noticed, being the latest buzz word in the cycling world.
There are three Maverick bikes in the range. The Maverick Elite comes equipped with a Shimano Sora groupset with TRP Spyre cable-operated disc brakes, and 35mm Schwalbe Spicer tires on Raleigh’s own RSP CX2.0 wheels.

This bike looks like it could be a lot of fun." - Roadcc.com

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