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REEB Ranch Bike Park 2018

The bike park re-opens on April 7 for the 2018 season, so get your passes today! A limited number of 2018 REEB Ranch Bike Park Memberships are available, so git yours today! The bike park is open, weather permitting…    -Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays from April 7th to November 3rd, 2018. -Hours are 10 … Continued

REEB’in at the WVA Fat Bike Championships

Outside of ColoRADo or Western North Carolina, our next favorite place to ride is Davis, West Virginia.  Not only is the riding amazing the local cycling community is just as good.  So when we were invited to come up and race the Mountain State Fat Bike Championships both REEB Cycles and Oskar Blues jumped at … Continued

REEB Ranch Mountain Bike Tours

Want to ride a legendary REEB?  Head on over to the REEB Ranch in Western North Carolina and have the lads there take you out on a guided ride.  The REEB Ranch is a REEB Ride destination and a unique opportunity to really give a REEB a test on world class trail.  Come see why … Continued

Outer Banks Donkadonk Fat Bike-Pack-Rafting Trip

With no snow in the forecast for the mountains of Western North Carolina and a convenient break in the cold wet temps out on the outer banks got us thinking about a bikepacking trip.  If you have no snow in the mountains to ride on, sand is a perfect second best for a REEB Donkadonk, … Continued

REEB Cycles Releases First Full Suspension Prototype – SqWEEB

REEB Cycles’ first foray into suspension bikes, aluminum frames, and curved tubes has resulted in a 135mm travel full suspension trail bike. Some of the highlights are the four bar linkage, the MRP Raze shock, the Syntace X-12 dropout system, and BOOST spacing. The geometry is more aggressive and the chain stay length is the … Continued

REEB Rides Guatemala!

We recently took our fleet of REEB Dikyelous 29’ers down to Guatemala to see how they stack up in the steeps of what is an incredibly mountainous country.  We were blown away by not only the beauty of the country but how damn good the riding was.  We hubbed ourselves out of the Spanish colonial … Continued