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Let’s face it: There are many different options for mountain bikes in the market today. Considering travel, wheel size, and components alone, and there are thousands of different potential combinations. And with a lack of consistency in category naming (Enduro, Trail, Down Country, XC), it can leave even expert mountain bikers perplexed. Here are some […]

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Upgrades, upgrades, upgrades. Everyone likes upgrades for their bike, right? I certainly do, but I find that there are two kinds of upgrades: Those I want, and those I need. Since this story only lists 5 upgrades, I am going to focus on the essentials. Without further ado, here are the Top 5 Mountain Bike […]

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A full-suspension mountain bike is really only as good as its suspension design. And although there are many different systems on the market today, the real advantage to owning an Alchemy is our exclusive Sine Suspension system. Sine was designed by one of the most experienced and knowledgeable engineers in the business: David Earle. Earle […]

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Sometimes, I think Alchemy is one of the most unconventional bike companies out there. Sure, we make bikes and then we ship them, which isn’t out of the ordinary. But we oftentimes follow a rather circuitous route from point A to point B.  We’re well known for custom manufacturing bicycles in Denver, Colorado on the […]

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Moab, Moab, Moab…just saying those words gets the adrenaline flowing for mountain bikers. Moab has really become one of the major Meccas for mountain biking. Is it really only ten years ago that Moab was mostly just for riding Slickrock and a few other relatively sandy XC trails? Needless to say, that’s not the Moab […]

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Mountain bikes have made quite an evolution since the first knobby tires were ridden down Mt. Tam in the early 1970’s. From steel frames with no suspension and drum brakes to today’s long-travel carbon frames with electronic shifting and hydraulic disc brakes, the equipment and the sport has come a long way. With the design […]

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When you think about mountain biking in Colorado, you’re probably visited with visions of remote, high-altitude trails crisscrossing the Continental Divide, sunny blue skies, and cool, thin air. And you wouldn’t be wrong. Deep in the Rockies lies some of the world’s best riding. But what most people don’t know is that within reach of […]

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Image courtesy of Mountain Bike Review The new decade has brought some pretty interesting trends in the mountain bike world. Riders (myself included), are in a constant quest to get in on the latest greatest equipment. I’m not sure if it’s FOMO, or just the hope that new equipment is going to make us faster […]

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Carbon fiber, carbon fiber, carbon fiber…These days, carbon fiber is ubiquitous. Everything from the wings of Boeing’s famed 787 Dreamliner to that iPhone case in your pocket utilize the material. And with good reason. Carbon fiber allows manufacturers to produce high-strength parts that are extremely lightweight and durable. It’s also the ultimate material for bicycle […]

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Alchemy has long been known for creating exceptionally-crafted rolling art. But these days, it’s not just Alchemy frames grabbing riders’ attention. Alchemy is quickly gaining a reputation for its complete bike builds. Alchemy offers the highest dollar-for-dollar value in bicycles, and we sweat the details. We know that you want to ride. And we only […]

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Mixed-wheel bikes, mullet bikes, Franken-bikes…call them what you want, but riding different-size wheels on a mountain bike has been a hot topic in 2019. Maybe it’s because the UCI finally “legalized” them for competition, or maybe it’s the fact that when used in competition, riders actually won races on mixed wheel mountain bikes. Regardless, the […]

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Last weekend was a big weekend for Alchemy Bicycles, as the company scored a top ten at a Enduro World Series event. Alchemy Factory Racer Cody Kelley finished in 7th place at the Northstar, California race, a career-high finish for the Salt Lake City native. Equally impressive is that Kelly piloted Alchemy’s new nine7five mixed […]

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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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