The Opus Prime LE 29er has gone Carbon for 2015. We absolutely loved the Opus Prime 1 we reviewed last year. So much so in fact,
Off of highway 7, on Old Norwood Road in Peterborough lies Harold Town Conservation Area – a growing and diverse network of mountain bike trails.
The newly designed Pan-American Games course at Hardwood Ski & Bike, near Barrie, Ontario was stage to a gripping battle for the red and white
The Opus Prime LE 29er has gone Carbon for 2015.
First introduced back in 2005 as a 100mm cross-country mountain
In today’s market, we are always looking for a bike
The Specialized Tricross Comp Disc is a performance driven, Swiss
Intro Every now and then a bike comes along that
When it was time for me to choose a bike
In my high-school the hippies that weren’t wearing Birkenstocks were
In Part 1 of our review, we go over the
Fresh into Fall, RFG partnered with Giant Bicycles Canada and Cycle Solutions to host an evening demo in the Don Valley to sample some of Giant’s 2015 offerings