We were so stoked to work with The Athletic's Jeremy Dunn on his custom Frank the Welder built Grinduro rig. He recently had the chance to speak with SRAM about the race, the bike, and all things Grinduro. Check out the full write up.
John Watson grabbed Jeremy Dunn's custom The Athletic x Team Woolly Mammoth CX race bike for a few glamour shots before the dirt of Quincy got its turn. Check out the full photoset and what he had to say about the build.
James Huang over at CyclingTips recently got his hands on a VYNL. He let us have fun with the paint, resulting in a candylicious pink to yellow fade. Here's what he had to say.
VYNL is stoked to partner with Randall Fransen of Mettle Cycling and Leave it on the Road in the fight against Colon Cancer. On his custom painted VYNL, Randall will be riding the #LIOTRMixtape Side A all the way from Lincoln City, NE to Portland, OR. Then, we'll be auctioning off his amazing 59er to charity, with all proceeds going to the Colon Cancer Alliance.
Bicycling Magazine is already stoked on our CX bike. A full review is in the works, stay tuned.
Cyclocross Magazine caught wind of our new CX VYNL and asked for the straight skinny on this wide knobby tire ride. We gave it to them. They liked what they heard so much they asked for one to test.
Batch is up and running for an August 20th, 2016 delivery date. Pre-order yours and get ready to shred.
"I don't think I've ever tested a bike so many told me was cool" - Matt Phillips
It gets better from there. If you missed the print version, here's our review in June's issue of Bicycling Magazine.
"Meet me by the railroad tracks, underneath the bridge." Yep, that sounds like something we might tell someone.
Embrocation Cycling featured VYNL on their Bespoke Builds page. Head over to check out their write up and images.
CYLEefix is pretty much your one stop resource for all things bike porn related. They have a keen eye and amazing taste. Both that eye and taste settled on VYNL, and here's what they had to say.
Patrick Thames over at Pedal Consumption discovered VYNL and sang a little ditty. It went something like this.