Introducing Cachet XX

After over a year of designing, testing and refining Cachet Bikes along with Jordie Lunn are proud to present the first of the long awaited signature series frames. BEHOLD THE ‘XX’ This is a TRUE signature pro model frame which means that Jordie worked with Cachet Bikes from start to finish. Jordie picked the materials, and  geometry that fits his body type and riding  style. The signature frame has a custom tube set made from 6061 -T6 aluminum and comes in a gnarly  paint job designed by Jordie. “At last…

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Malta in MTB

Imagine a place surrounded by turquoise waters, with an idyllic climate throughout the year and where you can still hear stories of Greek heroes.  Without a doubt an authentic earthly paradise where to go to rest … or maybe just the opposite, go to practice your favorite sport. Its climate is ideal throughout the year, maybe for our sport the summer months are a little hot, but the rest of the year its weather is great for practicing outdoor activities. Also, if you like to dress up your biker…

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Pyrenees Catalunya, Mountain biking height

“Without doubt the Pyrenees of Catalonia are a jewel we have in the national geography, if we had to qualify them in some serious way as the gem of incalculable value. Landscapes of film, water, vegetation, gastronomy, activities, good weather and of course: mountain bike of the highest quality ” David Cachón 8 are the BTT centers of which they have in the Catalan Pyrenees: Vall d’Aran – Betren, Solsonés – Vall de Lord, Salines – Bassegoda, Pallar Jussá, La Seu – Alt Urgell, Ripolles, Berguedá and Valls d’Aneu. We can…

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How To Be A Good Mountain Biker

“Wondering how to be a “good” mountain biker on and off the bike? Here are some tips for you from David Cachon. It is your decision to follow these guidelines or not to. But in order to preserve your relationship with your family, girlfriend, wife, fellow riders or others you probably want to practice them at home and in the saddle. However, if you don’t heed that advice, you better be prepared to assume the consequences of not being a “good” mountain biker.”  

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