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  1. Pedaling - The Next Step!

    Pedaling - The Next Step!
    In our previous post, Balance First!, we discussed the importance of teaching a child “balance before pedals” in order to create a solid foundation of basic bike handling skills and instill the love of biking from a young age without the added intimidation of pedals.  The next milestone in your little balance biker’s journey is the most exciting one...
  2. The Bulldog and the Pups

  3. School's Out!

  4. Spawn Cycles 2017 Team Roster and Sponsors

    Spawn Cycles 2017 Team Roster and Sponsors
    Spawn Cycles is pleased to announce its 2017 team roster and support from some of the leading brands in mountain biking. The following team members are proud to receive support from Sombrio, Bell, 661 Protection, CLIF Bar & Company, Five Ten and Brood Bike Co.   Dane Jewett – Squamish, BC, Canada Anthony Shelly – Whistler, BC...
  5. Australia and New Zealand - Here We Come!!!

    Australia and New Zealand - Here We Come!!!
    You asked and we listened - we are offering Spawn Cycles in Australia and New Zealand for 2017. After being a sponsor at Crankworx Rotorua in 2016 and spending years travelling in Australia we are very excited to be able to offer bikes to Australian and New Zealand customers in local currency and with extremely quick shipping.  We are starting out by fulfilling...
  6. Launch of the Spawn Cycles Rokkusuta Full Suspension Bikes!

    Launch of the Spawn Cycles Rokkusuta Full Suspension Bikes!
    We are excited to announce the launch of the Spawn Cycles Rokkusuta full suspension bikes! The Rokkusuta will be available in 20” and 24” sizes and feature a Horst Link suspension design, suspension components by X-Fusion and Brood Bike Co., Chromag handlebars and saddles, SRAM Guide Brakes, SRAM GX derailleurs and shifters and Brood Bike Co. two piece cranks with...
  7. We're Making The Trip To Crankworx Rotorua!

    We're Making The Trip To Crankworx Rotorua!
    Bicycles were introduced in the 19th century in Europe and as of 2003, more than 1 billion have been produced worldwide, twice as many as the number of automobiles that have been produced.[2] They are the principal means of transportation in many regions. They also provide a popular form of recreation, and have been adapted for use as children's toys...