The influx of downcountry models presented in recent months, has made many of you ask us about this modality, which although not new, it is true that it now makes more sense than ever with the current boom
Know some of the most important mounting options for ROTOR, if you want to change to a single oval chainring or not, or simply want to change the one you currently use.
Single chainring for mountain bikes is common. It is the new standard. We will explain to you the options ROTOR has to help you choose your right setup.
Have you ever stopped to think if you are riding the right bike? Yes, it may appear obvious, but for many of us, gravel can be the ideal modality. If you are one of the ones who rides a hardtail on wide tracks or goes out where the roads are in very bad conditions and rural areas, you may be more into gravel riding than you first thought…
It was more than a century ago that the bicycle was invented and chainrings have been one of the components that have changed the least in appearance, but they have changed more at performance level.
Indoor trainers are starting to become an essential tool during these weeks of training. But if we also want to train virtually, compete and bring out the best of us in a virtual world, two platforms stand out above others; BKool and Zwift. Which is better? We give you the key points for each one of them.
David Martínez is one of the key pieces of the whole ROTOR team. Director of the engineering and project departments, through his hands pass all ROTOR components, from the first sketches to final production. We sit with him so he can explain to us his day to day, the future of ROTOR and his professional opinions in a super interesting conversation.
We live in a time of changes, challenges, and reflection. It’s a time when we look at our lives and wonder what we can make better, while everything changes around us.