Photos by Robin Nilssen Yeah, go ahead and file this under “oh my fucking god”. So it seems that a plane, loaded with NOS Cinelli Lasers crash-landed in Stockholm many years ago. On an epic journey through the forests, in search of ancient runes, Sönkes came across the mangled vessel, only to find all of the bikes were destroyed, save for one. He took it home and found it to be in incredible, NOS condition.
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First, The Death Of The Cycling Cap The cycling cap has changed little throughout the years but somewhere along the way it’s taken a wrong turn. The men of the 60′s, 70′s and 80′s epitomised the look of the cap and brought it into a style of its own. But I fear those days are gone.
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Specialized ’s Stumpjumper FSR was one of the very first full-suss trail bikes, with a design heritage that dates back to the early '90s. Brought bang up-to-date with an elegant frame design, 120mm of rear wheel travel and a good-looking spec list, it’s a strong contender in its class. Ride & handling: All-round excellence is within grasp with a bit of shock tweaking Specialized know how important the FSR range is to their reputation. The design has matured and evolved over so many generations, it’s a tribute to the engineering team that the current incarnation remains so true to its roots of all-round excellence. Surprisingly relaxed angles hint at handling that’s biased towards higher speeds, but this isn’t the case.