The final round of the Finnish Enduro series took place last weekend in Sappee Bike Park, about a two-hour drive north of Helsinki. It was a nice surprise when it came to weather conditions, with the sun shining and temperatures reached a nice race friendly 18 degrees. Read more »
Last year here at Pole Bicycles, we announced that we would go carbon just like the rest of the mountain biking industry. So, after 2 hard years of developing our frame sets with two researches and one master’s degree in engineering, we were 90% ready and all that was left was to find a suitable factory in China where the production would take place… It turned out to be a heavy hit and a shock to us at Pole when we flew into China and discovered the inner workings of carbon frame production.
Before you read this article you should first understand what many people misunderstood:
- We are not going to save the world.
- We do not want to create more jobs.
- The world has bigger problems than carbon frames.
What we want to say is:
- We want to move forward in the world to a better future
- We think that working in certain factories, is not for humans
- Everything you do has an effect on the world. We want to minimize the negative effect.
Evolink 140 and Evolink 150 are bit different and made for bit different purposes. Yet both of the bikes might be the Read more »
Articles from this year about Pole Evolink gathered:
Why we use the fattest tires that are available on our Taiga fatbike? Well first things first Taiga fits the widest tires on the market. So why not use them? The Vee Tire Snow Shoe 2XL 5.05″ is designed for snowy conditions. It honestly is, the traction and feeling while cornering on snow is unreal compared to any other tires.
Himos Epic, a new generation competition or should we say the first form of enduro back in the game. Back in the days enduro was all about long distances rough and technical terrain added up with harsh climbs. Last weekend’s Himos Read more »
We have made a decision not to be presented in the Eurobike this year. We are not introducing our new products over there, because Eurobike doesn’t serve our customers interests. Read more »
On the start of the season Trev Worsey, editor from the Enduro Mountainbike Magazine, began to explore the Pole Evolink 140 under a hashtag #thegeometryaffair. Yesterday he released the second article about Pole, the threesome. Read more »
Pole Evolinks are famous for their new school geometry. We make long, slack and balanced mountain bikes, which aren’t always the lightest to begin with. Evolink 110 is designed to be a XC or a Trail bike, this particular set up is bit cut Evolink 110 XC, in size medium. Of course you can always pinch bit more off from the weight. Read more »
Pole Bicycles will be widely presented in the Crankworx Whistler starting from next Friday. Our ambassador Peter Taylor will be there obviously and Thomas Mitchell from Scotland is traveling all the way to Canada to compete in the Read more »