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Bike Magazine Pure Metal Blackjack 29er

DURANGO BIKE COMPANY'S NEWEST MODEL ISN'T CARBON AND THAT'S THE WHOLE POINT-By Ryan Palmer Photography By Anthony Smith ".... Durango Bike Company (DBC) cuts through the bike industry's nonsense and simply sells high-quality, locally handmade bikes that absolutely shred." "Using a Boost 148 rear end allowed Estes to build the Blackjack with stubby 16.7-inch chainstays, giving the bike snappy handling and excellent feel underfoot. And ...

2015 Singletracks Test Ride Blackjack 29er

Test Ride Review: Durango Bike Company Blackjack 29er Posted on March 18, 2015 by Erica Barnes    ... "With 2.3″ tires, the Blackjack maintained the standard 29er feel of sitting in the bike. Pedaling was a different beast, however. The Blackjack sports 16.7″ chainstays and a 67.5-degree headtube angle. The shorter chainstays provided a much more nimble, playful ride, while the slacker headtube angle allowed for confident descending over ...

2015 Singletracks Test Ride Ti Hardtail

Test Ride Review: Durango Bike Company Pucker SS Titanium Hardtail Posted on March 19, 2015 by Michael Paul ......“it was so responsive. . .it felt like when I wanted to go somewhere, I just thought it. . .and it went.” He also noted that the overall geometry was stiff and allowed good power to the pedals, without feeling uncomfortable–except for the saddle, which he found unpleasant. The bars were quite a bit wider than he normally ...

MTBR March 2015 Review of Durango’s 27.5 Moonshine

MTBR Review:  Durango Bike's MOONSHINE 650b by Francis Cebedo March 2015  ..."The result is a capable bike that is feels completely at home in the chunkiest descents and the fastest corners. Suspension is supple and controlled in all conditions we tested. Climbing is a strength too as its 26+ lb weight and well-supported suspension got us up the longest and rockiest climbs."   Read ...

MTBR.com Photo Gallery: Bikes of the Global Fat Bike Summit See what was on display at this gathering of all things fat in Wyoming

If there was still a lingering question whether or not fat bikes were just a passing fad, the enthusiastic turnout at late January’s Global Fat Bike Summit in Jackson, Wyoming answered with a resounding NO! The general trend in the fat bike industry is that wider and lighter is better, with new designs and fat bike specific products rapidly coming to market. Once just a niche for a handful of small companies, now even the big boys are ...

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