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Moore Fun is being changed for the worse!

Elevate yourself to the level of the trail.  Don't bring the trail down to your level.  Can't ride it?  No biggie -- walk it this time.  Next time, give a few of the moves a try.  The time after that, try 'em twice.  Eventually, you might put it together and experience the intense satisfaction of [...]

By | November 10th, 2017|MTB home page|0 Comments

Adventure Capitalists feature Lenz Ski Bikes

We are one of the feature entrepreneurs being shown on Adventure Capitalists next Tuesday at 8pm MST on AdventureCNBC. We would appreciate all the support you can give us by sharing this post on any social media network you use. They are showing our Ski Bikes and we are up against other entrepreneurs to potentially [...]

By | November 7th, 2017|Ski bike videos|0 Comments

Darling test ride in Steamboat

The new Lenz Women's Bike - The Darling Nicole got a chance to take the new Lenz Women's bike, the Darling out for a spin this past weekend in Steamboat. It was very fall-like in Steamboat. The fall colors had already peaked, and things were starting to turn towards winter. It snowed a little on [...]

By | October 18th, 2017|Women riding stories|0 Comments

“Oh my Darling”

The Darling is the first true women's bike Lenz has made. It's a proper trail bike, with 5 inches of travel and 27.5" wheels. It boast clearance for 27.5x 3" tires, but it looks like it would clear a 3.25" pretty easily. Devin based it off of the geometry of the Behemoth, which is the [...]

By | October 12th, 2017|Darling Stories|0 Comments

Fatillac Fat Bike – Skippy Wixom riding in Grand Junction

By | May 4th, 2016|Fat Bike Stories|0 Comments

Adrian Bulinski – first ski bike at Copper Mountain

Thank You Copper Mountain & Lenz Sport! By: Adrienne Bulinski (web link: www.adriennebulinski.com ) I leaned to the left, heading straight toward the trees and the fresh twelve inches of powder. As I watched my skis disappear below the snow I found myself smiling out of gratitude for a sport that has allowed me to [...]

Lenz Sport Fat Bike is here

from LACEMINE29.com, courtesy of Mike Curiak click here to see the full post Roughly 5 years ago Devin Lenz and I had a conversation about fat-tire full suspension bikes. I don't remember the details well enough to quote with any level of accuracy, but I do remember the gist of it. It went [...]

By | November 6th, 2015|Fat Bike Stories|0 Comments

Fatillac 29plus build up

I just finished building up this Fatillac 29+ bike. I can't believe how light it is. It is equipped with Derby 35mm AM carbon rims, Enve DH carbon handlebar, Enve carbon seatpost, Sram X01 component package, Hope Tech M4 brakes, and the Rock Shox RS1 fork. The paint job is the nuclear [...]

By | November 5th, 2015|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Behemoth 29+

The Behemoth Plus is an awesome ride. It crawls up steep ascents, bombs down rocky descents, feels stable and in control on slow technical moves, and eats up rocks for dinner. You will feel at your best every time you ride the Behemoth Plus (Fatass). The Behemoth can be built as a [...]

By | October 18th, 2015|29plus stories, Behemoth Stories, MTB home page|0 Comments

Behemoth 29+ on the Guacamole Trail

  The Behemoth 29+ has been our most popular and most versatile 29+ option that we offer. It can be built with either 4 inches or 5 inches of travel, and has a super short chainstay. The Geometry of this Lenz 29+ bike is great for all types of trail riding. It crawls [...]

By | October 15th, 2015|29plus stories|0 Comments