When were the first carbon bikes made? I, an industry lifer, would assume the early to mid 80’s at the soonest since carbon didn’t make it to mass production until the late 80’s to 90’s. Seeing this video made my jaw drop, though it made sense given the non-bike companies involved.
Check out the video above from Rumor pal Kevin Neidorf for a history lesson, then click past the break to see Jonathan Maunsell ripping the new Kona Percept 200 in Switzerland and Speedvagen’s rider highlight on racer and real person, Laura Winberry….
Video c. of Kona Bikes
Jonathan Maunsell rips the Precept 200 in the incredibly picturesque setting of the Crans-Montana bike park in Switzerland.
A meaningful video profile on Speedvagen’s Laura Winberry, where racing is her passion, but not her entire life. Laura is always looking for a creative outlet to express herself, and riding for Speedvagen is just one aspect of that.