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23/04/2018 - New Long Sleeve Jerseys

New jerseys!

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How good will you look in one of these?!?

As well as these fantastic new long sleeve jerseys, we also have a few short sleeve jerseys left in stock... pop over to the merch page to see these, and all our other useful and decorative goodies (XL mudguards, map art prints and posters etc).


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13/04/2018 - Joystick Stem Sale

Sale on Joystick Stems

Whilst stock lasts we are dropping the price on the quite lovely Joystick Binary stems in 35mm or 50mm lengths to just £25 when bought as an upgrade on a bike, and just £45 when bought in combination with a frame. If you'd just like a stem on its own at this price, give us a call on 07970 853531 and we'll get an order on for you. Just a few left. Get 'em quick!


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06/04/2018 - Ambassadors

Kelly Jayne aboard her Rocket

Ambassador Kelly Jayne has barely been off her Rocket over winter, no weather fazes her or her little trail dog Bell. She regularly shares her adventures on her blog (link below) and on her Instagram page.

When the drainage on the trails is holding out really well!#coticbikes #unsustainablyhighstoke #gritandsteel #rideeverything #morvelotestteam #mudhugger #canecreek #HELMyeah #wildernesstrailbikes #ridewtb #burgtec #flatpedalthunder #biketrack #wildtrail #kingud #keepitclean #peatysproducts #julboathlete #fuelledbywildtrail @coticbikes @julbo_eyewear @morvelo @wildernesstrailbikes @mudhugger2 @themudhugger @burgtec @canecreekusa

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Dave Camus has been busy with Ride Sheffield recently, digging and keeping the local trails running sweet. He's also been busy winning Sheffield dual racing! #dualrules and raced the ND(H)uro Round 2 at Kielder Forest, finishing in 2nd place. You can follow what he's up to over on his Instagram page.

Tough day on the hill but stage 1 was a banger, @coticbikes loving it, cheers @lewisgregoryphoto for the snap 🤘

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Ben Gerrish's Flare Max

I think it's fair to say Ben Gerrish is LOVING his new FlareMAX. It's been settling in nicely to its new home in the Lakes. Ben has films and races planned in the coming months. You can follow him over on his Instagram.

Standard mountain behaviour. #Excitable 📸 @dan_lead • • #CoticBikes #GotFlare #RADMin #MadisonClothing #HopeTech #WTB #FabricCycles #AdidasTerrex #WildTrail #HDDN #LakesMTB #CaneCreek #SAXX #FreeToMove #HKTMovement #RideJoystick #TrailDog #WildfireDistro

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26/03/2018 - Vallelujah Race Results

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Chay Cotic

Our team rider Chay (AKA Straighline) smashed it at Vallelujah yesterday at his first enduro race of the season and brought home 2nd place. It's the first race of the Tweed Valley Triple Crown which he'll be competing for the title of King of the Valley.

Chay is keeping up his reputation in the Valley, every time he's raced there, he's been on the podium!

Chay Vallelujah 2018

"I love the Tweed events, they are ace. It's tough to sort the men from the boys and it's damn good fun... Not to mention how beautiful it is when the sun shines, like it did this weekend. The new bike is amazing, after lots of development work with Cy it's brill to see a finished product and it's really nice to ride. You'd be faster on a Rocket."

Best of luck to Chay this season, what a great start!

Chay's Tweed Valley Trophies

Pedalhounds

Will Easey

Same weekend, different podium. Congrats to our Development team rider Will Easey, 1st at the Pedalhounds Enduro at Land of Nod. He's captured some great Go Pro footage of his race runs, have a watch below.


Vallelujah full race results…

Enduro winning Rocket…


23/03/2018 - Rich Ski-An-Duro

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Last weekend Rich went beyond the wall to the frozen North for a ski + bike race. Here’s his report and (*cringe) vlog…

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For some reason, when it was announced, I was tagged in the Ski-An-Duro event by more than a few of my friends! Thought I’d better take a look… Turned out to be amazing. The premise was to ski or snowboard from the top of the Nevis Range resort to the mid station. There you’d swap onto your bike and race down the DH track to the finish. Mass start mayhem. With Mega coming up in the summer this was going to be a perfect warm up for multi-bike carnage. Except the weather didn’t play ball. High winds closed the lifts so the organisers had no choice but to cancel the race the day before. I’d already booked the van, the accommodation & time so I went anyway and made the most of it. The organisers put on a ride-out anyway. I’d taken my BMX so had always planned to make a trip to Unit 23 in Dumbarton. Add to the mix the chance to borrow a 360 camera and the race had already been long forgotten. Check out the video for the whole story and have your brain fried with crazy 360 footage. If you don’t know what I’m talking about then just watch and be prepared to see riding from an entirely new perspective…

Check out the video at the bottom of the page. Let us know what you think about these longer video edits as it’s something we’re thinking of doing more of.

Have an excellent weekend and remember some of the best things happen when plans change unexpectedly.

RB

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Ben Nevis (& Rich)

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23/03/2018 - SPRING PARTY

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SPRING PARTY

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Contact Sam and Hannah to book your Spring Party Demo Ride…


19/03/2018 - Gen1 Droplink Bikes 500 Pound Price Drop

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Gen1 Droplink Bikes 500 Pound Price Drop

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If you are following Cotic at the moment, you will know that we now have a bunch of revised bikes (the BFe, Soul, FlareMAX and Rocket) with new look and new geometry. As a result of this, as of today we are dropping the price of all our our gen1 droplink model lines. Yes, Flare and RocketMAX are also now priced dropped by £500 alongside the remaining clearance gen1 Rocket and FlareMAX. This is because, as you might guess, there will be a new RocketMAX and a new Flare featuring Longshot geometry, but they are not going to be available until June. We wanted to be upfront about this. Yes, there are new models coming, but no, it isn't going to be soon. We're not opening orders for the new bikes or anything, but what we are doing is giving you the opportunity to grab one of the current bikes for a massive saving. And let's face it, these are GREAT bikes. Obviously we love the new bikes, but the RocketMAX is a blazingly fast, super capable enduro and long travel trail bike, and the Flare is a lively, dancer of a bike. So much fun.

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These great frames now start from just £899 frame only, no shock, £999 with the Cotic tuned X-Fusion O2 RCX shock, and the Silver build bike is just £2199. Get 'em quick!


Order your 500 pound cheaper RocketMAX now…

Order your Flare from just 899 pounds here…

Don't forget the Rocket Gen1 is also reduced by 500 pounds…

And the Gen1 FlareMAX is reduced to clear too…


14/03/2018 - Howard Street Dual 2018

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Outdoor City Weekender 2018

Howard Street Dual

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Cy - Last Saturday saw the second running of the awesome Howard Street Dual. This is where Mates Races go legit, crawl out of the woods and onto an urban track right in the middle of Sheffield City! Bringing biking to the masses.

This year was next level, with a stacked field, TV cameras for both the massive big screen and the web Live Feed of the race, huge sound system and a later start for the finals under floodlights.

I raced last year and had loads of fun, but with the Race Team and the Development Squad all in town for this years' event, plus mates race regulars Baybutt and Mechanic Will wanting a shot too, I decided to man the stand and watch the action unfold. And what action there was!!

With all the rain in the run up, the forecast wasn't brilliant, but luckily stayed mostly dry on the day. That didn't stop the grass sections and polished concrete being slick and slippery as hell! From our vantage point at the lower end of the track, the big grass sweeper was catching everyone out, with no one - not even Peaty - making it look easy.

It was an awesome event and I had a great time watching all the Cotic riders in their brand new team tops making us look good! But I didn't take part, so I'll hand you over to the others for their take.

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Richard Baybutt - Cotic Marketing Man, Pro Photographer and Arting for Lyfe

If the weekend wasn't shaping up to be hectic enough, I made life more difficult for myself in the run-up by making 4 huge leaderboards, hosting the development squad at my house and having both my car and motorbike off the road with no MOT's! Somehow, with literally an 11'th hour effort on the Friday night, everything got done and we could focus on a weekend of shreds.

We hit Greno on Saturday morning, Devonshire green skateparkpark on the way to town, the Howard St dual race and then some street jibs on the ride home. Sundays itinerary was a peek at the legendary Bolehills, followed by visiting Sam at Lady Cannings (which is now closed for essential winter work) and then a solid pedal round Wharny with the Fifes, Will, Kelly Jayne, Hanna Jonsson, Dave Camus and Jake Monk. Even listing it there doesn't even scratch the surface of how much fun was had. Wes & Will are a huge credit to the team and everyone did so well at dual.

Highlights in no particular order were having my first proper go on the new longshot Rocket, me & Sam just making incomprehensible noises about how good it is. Qualifying for the main race at Howard St and then lining up next to Ratboy on the gate. Blagging some much needed warmth, beer & food at the SHAFF industry hang-out Saturday night, dancing at the illegal rave at Lady Cannings at 11am, giving in to peer pressure and clearing the 50:01 step-up deep in Wharny woods and celebrating with a huge McDonalds after. Weekends like this make it all worthwhile, it's just a bonus then that I love the rest of the job just as much! Can't wait for the next one.

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Will Easey - Cotic Development Squad Rider

To be completely honest, words can't actually describe this weekend as it was a constant flow of amazing events! Well, being my first time in Sheffield, it was already a great feeling. But to be riding bikes all weekend especially with incredible people around me made it that whole lot more enjoyable. Everyone was so high stoked the entire time and there was never a dull moment. Even slipping out on the last corner against Peaty didn't even frustrate me, just knowing I was that close to him made me realise my level of riding and what I am capable of, so standing up and waving off the crowd was exactly what had to happen! I will definitely have lifetime memories coming away from this weekend and I can't thank everyone at Cotic enough; Rich for providing me with a roof over my head and company from Otto, looking after me and making sure I was always smiling. Wes for being the best long distance friend I could of asked for, Nick for putting on such an INSANE event in which I am for sure hoping to come too next time, Chay & Swinny for tips and just being great people to be around, and Cy for being so supportive and stoked the entire evening! What a family of great people, couldn't ask for anything more. I will never forget the moment I was pushing back up after my first run with Steve Peat, walking past the stands and Cy joined eyes with me and said "Dude, you're racing Steve Peat!!" That made it real.

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Swinny "Rocketman" Swinden - Cotic Race Team, Reigning PMBA Champion

What a fascinating experience! I missed last years race because it clashed with an enduro, so to be able to to ride and race through the middle of Sheffield, with a stacked field of talented riders and a crowed mixed up of regular bike followers, to folk who stopped to watch as they were passing through, to football fans chanting their teams songs.

Dual, to me, has got to be the funnest form of competing. A 20ish second track, 2 lanes, and a load of mates old and new, the excitement out the gate is top drawer.

It was great to see the family representing Cotic in such a large way, and to be able to compete with close friends that I don't get to ride with much anymore is as exciting as it is to race one of the greatest to ever grace a bike. Sheffield is a damn good place to be around.

Cheers to all involved for making this event happen, Nick Hamilton, mayor Dallow (and anyone I've missed).

Howard Street Dual 10/03/18

Chay "Straightline" Granby - Cotic Race Team

What a spectacle. Massive well done to the gang that organised it all. To bring mountain biking to the masses is not only brilliant for the sport but for the city that hosted it. To interact with folk on a full on Saturday night out whilst I'm sat waiting to race in full kit is something that wont be forgotten soon.

The field was packed with talent. It's the first race of the year so I should of been a little nervy....Far from it! Its a honour to be part if it. Going be honest getting knocked out early on wasn't disappointing as it meant I got to watch. Not only was the the atmosphere brilliant but getting to watch some world class riding made it a event that needs to happen again.

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Wes Fife - Development Squad Rider

Aah what a weekend! Arrived in Sheffield at about 7pm on Friday. Stoke was high for a weekend of racing/riding, but first me and Will had been assigned to helping Baybutt build the leaderboards for the dual, 4 hours later with 4 boards done and 400 or so hooks screwed in we rolled back to Baybutt's with very sore fingers!

Saturday morning we headed down to Grenoside woods for a couple of pre-dual laps to build the stoke up (which was already unsustainably high). Mad inside lines, manny landers and Euro tables took place and fun was definitely had by all. We returned to Baybutt's house for lunch and set out riding down to Howard St through midday traffic. We signed on and had a quick run up and down the track to check out the features before practice. Practice started and was quickly established that the course was more difficult than previously thought. Stairs from the start gate posed a bit of an issue for me as I was on flat pedals and despite having recently putting a chain guard on I still wasn't 100% confident that my chain was going to stay on. Further down the track was "carnage corner" an off camber sweeping left turn on wet grass which was proving to be an issue for some riders. Thankfully my shiny new WTB Vigilante tyres, there was no problem with grip on this corner - cheers WTB!!!

Well qualifying rolled round quickly and I was worried I wouldn't qualify, due to the pretty stacked field of pros and local pinners. Thankfully something clicked in my qualifying run which sat me very midfield along with some big names. At this point, stoke was peaking. However, sadly I was drawn against James Hughes in my first round and was humbled very quickly by him and didn't progress any further. Thankfully that meant I could watch bossman Easey who being the wizard he is had progressed through to the next round where he would race the godfather of Sheffield MTB, Steve Peat!!!! I made my way up to the start of the course to cheer him on! He made a strong start but sadly crashed out on his second run! Never mind though, he was still ecstatic that he got to race against one of the worlds legends of racing. We, along with Kelly and Aiken who had also been knocked out, set up camp at the bottom of the course on carnage corner to heckle the semi-finalists and finalists.

Sunday morning came round quickly. We had a quick lap of Lady Cannings before heading to Wharncliffe for shredz with Camus. We said our goodbyes and made our way back to Guisborough. It was an awesome weekend and I can't wait to get back down to shred in the future!!!!

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It was SUCH an ace weekend. If you can, next year get the Sheffield Outdoor Weekender in your dairy, come up and cheer the dual, have a grand night out, then hit the trails on the Sunday. Mint!

I want to say a big thank you to all this lot, plus Mechanic Will, Kelly-Jayne and A Line Gaz for representing Cotic fantastically and making us all look good. As Swinny said when I posted this photo below, "FAM". Too right bro.

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