With 2017’s never-ending winter and in an effort to maximize the enjoyment of the Edmonton River Valley’s granular and paved trail network, Mark has built up a sweet redbike Prototype Titanium Frame into an ultimate gravel crushing machine. It makes a great CX pit bike too. Check out the build: Advertisements Continue reading Mark’s redbike Prototype
This Carver Titanium O’Beast frame is build up to be a winter-killing beast. Equipped with a Di2 11 speed belt drive drivetrain, fatter than fat 5″ studded 45NRTH Dillinger tires, Enve and Raceface, this space-aged machine is ready for anything Ol’ Man Winter can throw at it. Continue reading Custom Build: Carver Di2 Ti Fatbike
For those who know Derek, you know he is very passionate about his craft. So much so that he volunteers his time & expertise to travel overseas away from his young family to support his fellow Canadian cyclocross racers who are chasing their dreams. We are lucky to call Derek one of our own. Continue reading Passion
We are big fans of custom builds as we love to tinker and fuss over every part that goes into a build. Featured here is Brent’s winter beater: a custom build up from a Salsa Beargrease carbon frame with a Fox 34 fork, Shimano Di2 electronic XTR, Whiskey Parts Co. Rims, Raceface Next SL cranks, … Continue reading Custom Build: Salsa Beargrease
Back in November Redbike became a dealer for the new bike line Otso Cycles. If you perhaps don’t know of Otso you may have heard of Wolf Tooth Components, the company from which Otso emerged. Wolf Tooth Components is known for engineering and manufacturing ingenious components that offer real solutions to the problems that many of … Continue reading First Look at The Soldier Bear
Here’s a note we received form a happy customer that we’d like to share: Dear redbike Team First of all a happy new year. I wish you a lot of sucess in 2017. May be you don’t remember me. I was the guy who bought last June a Long Haul Trucker in your Shop. I … Continue reading Happy Note From a Happy Customer From a Long Way Away
With an avid interest in cycling due to his son in law, Guest Author Rick wanted to try out a fatbike and was given the opportunity to demo a Rocky Mountain Blizzard -50 for a few days. Here are his thoughts… Fat Bike? To be honest I didn’t have a clue as to what a fat … Continue reading Fat Bike?