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  // NEVER A BETTER TIME TO BUY AN ALCHEMY Alchemy’s mission is to build the best bicycles in the world. The quality, durability, and performance are something we stand behind. But like you, we understand that buying a new bike is an expensive proposition. And once that bike gets ridden, there is an assumption that […]

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Arktos 29 – The Development Story

// OVERVIEW When Alchemy introduced the Arktos 29 at the Sea Otter Classic in 2018, it wasn’t much of a surprise. Alchemy had debuted a 27.5-inch wheel version of the Arktos three years earlier, and it seemed natural for a larger-wheel-size version of the bike to exist. But the Arktos 29 was long in the making, […]

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Ronin Gravel vs. Hyas All-Road

// OVERVIEW Now more than ever, cyclists are venturing off paved roads and exploring other riding styles, leading to a desire for more versatile bikes with more tire clearance. With the rapid development of new bikes and technology, the industry is becoming increasingly complex. To make things easier, we recently broke our product line into three categories: […]

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Arktos 29 Short Travel vs. Long Travel

// Why Short Travel? With the introduction of the new Arktos 29ST (for short travel), Alchemy now offers two different 29er options to the market. Both bikes feature Alchemy’s patented Sine Suspension, a system which maximizes pedaling efficiency without detracting from downhill performance. So why choose one over the other? Well, the answer really depends […]

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Sine and Air Shocks Explained

// Designed for Perfection If you’ve read about Alchemy’s mountain lineup, you likely know that the key to an Arktos is the Sine suspension system. Sine is interesting because it allows for a varied ratio of compression force from the rear wheel to the rear shock as the suspension moves through its travel. Technically, we […]

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2019 Race Report: Sea Otter Classic

The annual Sea Otter Classic took place this last weekend in Central California and it was the first 2019 racing on US soil for Alchemy Factory Racing rider Cody Kelley. Kelley competed on board a modified Arktos 29 in both the downhill and dual slalom and saw great results in both events.

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EWS Race Report: Derby, Tasmania

The second round of the 2019 Enduro World Series headed back to Derby, Tasmania for one of the rowdiest races to date. The event proved again to be both a rider and photographer’s favorite, with both rough and scenic trails providing a superb background for a tight weekend of racing.

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EWS Race Report: Rotorua, New Zealand

Alchemy racer Cody Kelley had a great race during the first round of the 2019 Enduro World Series, finishing in 25th overall and taking honors as the top American finisher at the event. Read the full report…

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Enduro World Series Race Report: La Thuile, Italy

Round 5 of the Enduro World Series visited a familiar place, La Thuile, Italy, which was home to EWS races in both 2014 and 2016. But something new greeted Alchemy Factory racers Cody Kelley and Anneke Beerten: super-technical fresh-cut tracks which were made specifically for race day. These new tracks also created a fair bit of controversy.

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Enduro World Series Race Report: Austria/Slovenia

After a six-week break, the Enduro World Series resumed last weekend with another round in Europe – this time in the Alps. The race crisscrossed the border between Slovenia and Austria for two long days of technical tracks and very physical climbs. It was a hard-fought event for Alchemy Factory Racing riders Cody Kelley and Anneke Beerten.

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5 Things Every Mountain Biker Should Always Have on the Trail

When you’re hitting the trails, you can never be too prepared. The terrain will inevitably hold bumps and holes and jumps that will catch even the most experienced riders by surprise. We’ve outlined the necessary tools and equipment to bounce back from any mechanicals that your bike may incur in this blog.

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5 Things to Consider to Get the Perfect Bike Fit

There’s no “set in stone” method for fitting a bike to the rider, but generally speaking, knowing a few benchmark measurements will help to ensure you’re comfortable and ready to roll on your new bike. Here are five Alchemy tips to consider for the perfect bike fit.

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