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MTBR.com First Impressions: Durango Bike Company Moonshine 650b

First Impressions by Francis Cebedo   May 29, 2014  We had the opportunity to meet the owners of Durango Bike Company and try out their Moonshine bike in our local forest. First, we were impressed with the knowledge and enthusiasm that Jeff Estes displayed. He knew every inch, every bolt on his bikes and how they contributed the ‘radness’ of his bikes. As a small manufacturer, he tried to optimize the key details so he could offer a ...

Gettin’ drunk on Moonshine

Durango Bike Company Featured in The Durango Telegraph. Durango Bike Co. brews high-tech rides the old-fashioned way. “It is by riding a bicycle that you learn the contours of a country best, since you have to sweat up the hills and coast down them. Thus you remember them as they actually are,” Ernest Hemingway once said. The first known cyclist to cross America was also a writer, George Nellis, a newspaperman who in 1887 mounted a ...

What Riders Are Sayin….

By Vernon Felton/Originally published in the May 2013 issue of Bike Magazine Durango Pucker 650b Ti SS Price: $6,395 ($3,295, frame only) durangobikecompany.com Let’s start with what this bike isn’t. It  isn’t carbon fiber, it isn’t full-suspension, it isn’t a 29er and, most interestingly of all, it isn’t made overseas. That last ‘isn’t’ is the core of the Durango Bike company, founded by longtime mountain biker Jeff ...

Durango Bike Company: US-made Ti and alloy

Featured in Singletrack World- May 2014 Hardtails, fatbikes, and even full suspension!The host of the first-ever mountain bike world championship race and home to a number of legendary riders, Durango has faded somewhat as a bike industry hub.  With Yeti having been sold and relocated some time ago and 3D Racing remaining a small operation, it’s been some time since anyone was building in any real quantity in the southwest Colorado ...

What Riders Are Sayin….

Durango Bike Company – Hooey By Sven Haamer on February 5, 2014 in FatBikes I first caught a glimpse of the new Hooey fat-bike from the Durango Bike Company when I was looking through photos that Mark Peterson had taken at the Global Fatbike Summit last week and I was intrigued so I reached out to the company through their websites email address. The next morning I was greeted with a call from Head DBC honcho Jeff Estes who was right there ...

First look: Durango Bike Co.’s American-made trail bikes

by Adam Newman / April 14, 2014 1:31pm Inside Line The Durango Bike Company might be a fairly new venture, but the brains behind the brand are long-time industry veterans who know a thing or two about building bikes. We stopped by the booth at Sea Otter to see what has been cooking down in Southwest Colorado.  All Durango bikes are hand-fabricated in Colorado in a facility powered entirely by the sun. In fact, the solar panels ...

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