I’m stoked that the dudes at Cult still take the time to develop products that give a nod to their racing and trails roots. First with the TRF trails/race frame that they came out with a couple of years ago, and now with a full on chromoly race frame. Look for Vic Behm to be… Continue reading Sneak Peek: Cult Race Frame
Being the over-analytical product nerd that I am, one of the first things that came to mind when Cult debuted their TRF frame was that they didn’t have a fork to go with it. Sure they make forks, but they all have steeper offsets that make them more of a compliment to street frames than… Continue reading Sneak Peek: Cult Sect Forks with 32mm Offset
“A Cult trails frame eh?” That’s what I thought to myself when the first CAD drawing of what would eventually be dubbed the Cult TRF (Trail/Race Frame) showed up on Instagram. While a trails frame is a pretty radical departure from the direction Cult has been on since its inception, it does make sense if… Continue reading Up Close: Cult TRF Frame
It’s been over a year since Neal Wood (Cult’s product designer) posted up a CAD drawing of what I speculated to be a potential Cult trail frame. I hadn’t heard anything else about it since then and honestly thought that the project was dead. That was until yesterday when Neal posted the whole CAD drawing… Continue reading Cult TRF Trail Frame
This photo popped up on Cult‘s product designer Neal Wood’s instagram the other day with the caption, “Someone is getting an early Christmas present. #cultcrew #trailsisshouting”. Upon first glance the removable brake mounts and peg friendly stay caps don’t necessarily scream trails to me, but the 13.85″ rear end definitely points towards this thing being… Continue reading Cult Trails Frame?
I decided to head west with this weeks flashback post. Soil came out around 1996 and was a real look into the West Coast trails scene. Sure most of the riders in it were dudes you’d see all the time in magazines and contest coverage but Soil really showed you what they had going on… Continue reading Soil