Orange Mountain Bikes Return to North America

Orange Mountain Bikes Return to North America

in News and Media by Carl H. Martens

Orange Mountain Bikes formally returns to the United States and Canada partnering with Aventuron to provide a fully dedicated distribution structure

Aventuron, a distributor in the bicycle and outdoor industries, is pleased to announce that Orange Mountain Bikes has formally returned to the U.S. and Canadian markets by being available exclusively through the company. With a rich history in producing hand-built frames in small batches, each Orange Mountain Bike is skillfully crafted to perform perfectly for the conditions it is designed for. Founded in 1988, Orange is headquartered in Halifax, United Kingdom and produces a wide range of mountain bikes, ranging from the full-suspension downhill 324 to the steel hardtail P7. Orange’s original hardtail, the Clockwork, was named after the film by a similar name. Orange-sponsored riders have held the downhill world cup championship, as well as the women’s under-21 downhill world championship.

Buy and Sell Bikes, Gear and Parts on Facebook

Buy and Sell Bikes, Gear and Parts on Facebook

in Cycling, News and Media by Carl H. Martens

There are plenty of ways to go about buying and selling bikes, gear, parts, and accessories…craigslist, mtbr, pinkbike as well as other websites and forums, so why Facebook? 

Stooge Cycles Progressive 29er is a Bike Designed for Fun

Stooge Cycles Progressive 29er is a Bike Designed for Fun

in Cycling, Featured by Carl H. Martens

But what else would you expect from a company named after Iggy Pop and the Stooges?

In the words of Stooge Cycles founder Andy Stevenson of Shropshire, England, to ride the Progressive 29er

“is to be transported back to simpler times in a way you certainly don’t remember. You can forget about air pressure and rebound damping, through-axles and dropper posts, and instead concentrate on railing some sweet natural singletrack on a steed that screams ‘ride me’.”