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Introducing the Pinnacle Monzonite – Q&A with Matt Ischt-Barnard

Pinnacle might be best known for producing super practical hybrids, great aluminium road bikes, and some fun mud-plugging mtbs. But with the advent of the Monzonite — a British designed, retro-inspired, steel-framed, low-cost but highly-practical singlespeed road bike — Pinnacle has shown it can do a whole lot more, too. We speak to the man behind the Monzonite, Pinnacle’s Matt Ischt-Barnard about how this exciting new addition to the range came to be.…

Kalf launch new winter range

The onset of Winter might mean colder and darker days, but that shouldn’t stop us enjoying riding our bikes as long as we have the right kit to combat the elements. Kalf’s new autumn/winter 2018 range is highly functional, protecting you from the cold and damp. It takes its colour inspiration from the best of autumn – bright golds and deep reds that will make sure you not only feel great on the bike, you’ll also turn some admiring heads whilst you’re out. We look at the new range available to buy exclusively at Evans Cycles.…

FOX AW18 Q&A

As the UCI MTB world championships get underway in Switzerland here, at Evans Cycles were celebrating all things MTB in conjunction with FOX as they launch their AW18 clothing range. From rugged and waterproof shorts and pants, through super breathable jackets, to some great looking new helmet colourways the range is stunning. We recently sat down with FOX clothing merchandiser Robert Robinson to discuss the new range in full.…

Giro release new Aether road helmet with Spherical MIPS

Giro have been at the forefront of championing the use of MIPS, implementing it across most of their range. Now they’ve bettered themselves with the release of the new Aether road helmet with proprietary Spherical MIPS technology, improving comfort whilst retaining and improving functionality.…

Wahoo launch new products for 2018

Exciting new developments from Wahoo promise to enhance your indoor riding experience; a redevelopment of the classic KICKR, a new KICKR CORE and KICKR HEADWIND, a cycling specific fan to keep you cool however hard you pedal.…

Trek Powerfly — the ultimate e-MTB range?

With models suitable for everybody from mud-plugging weekend warriors to ultra-experienced downhill lunatics, Trek’s new Powerfly range is one of the most advanced and complete electric mountain bike line-ups from a big-name brand. We spoke to Trek’s mountain bike brand manager, Travis Ott, to discover more about Powerfly technology and find out why these e-MTBs are so exciting.…

Evans Cycles opens new store in Ipswich

Evans Cycles are proud to announce that their newest store will be opening in Ipswich on 22nd June 2018. Coffee Stop caught up with the team to find out more about the new members.…

Oakley adds to 2018 range with Flight Jacket and Field Jacket

When it comes to the twin goals of cycling eyewear — style and safety — no brand has a prouder history than Oakley. For 2018 the American innovator has launched two new models — the Flight Jacket and the Field Jacket — which take cycling eyewear performance to an entirely new level.…

First look: Endura’s official Prudential RideLondon 2018 cycle clothing

The Prudential RideLondon Surrey 100 incorporates a huge range of iconic British landmarks. There’s the start by the 2012 Olympic Park, the sights of central London, the views of the Thames, visits to Hampton Court, Box Hill, Wimbledon and then, of course, the big finish on the Mall. This year, riders taking part in the Surrey 100 or any other RideLondon event — or even riders who aren’t taking part at all but simply love the kit — have the opportunity to wear official event clothing created by another British icon: Endura. We look at the recently released 2018 RideLondon cycle garments and take a sneaky peak behind the scenes at the Endura to see how these products have come to be.…

Pinnacle Kapur – the ultimate value mountain bike?

Last year’s release of Pinnacle’s Laterite road bike — a model that features all the ability of higher-end bikes but at a vastly reduced price — was an important step in the brand’s quest to give even more riders a top-level cycling experience. Now the design team at Pinnacle has moved its attention to the off-road world with the creation of the Kapur: a mountain bike that features all the qualities of Pinnacle’s award-winning Iroko, but at a fraction of the cost. Coffee Stop’s Matt Lamy spoke to Pinnacle brand manager Scott Decker to find out more.…