In a span of seven years Alchemy has become one of the most esteemed handmade builders in the country thanks to an extensive line that includes a broad range of U.S.-made titanium and carbon frames.
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.
Images and Words: Drew Van Kampen Gravel racing is getting big right now. Really big. The rise of gravel has some undeniable parallels with the rise of cyclocross here in the states. We became interested in gravel riding and racing...
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.
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.