Pro Bike Check: Logan Binggeli’s KHS 7500



LB Bike Check

Logan Binggeli rallied his KHS 7500 to a significant victory at the 2nd round of the 2015 Southridge USA Winter Series at Fontana. Check out the details of the build and some notes about how he sets it up.

Click here to view the entire article in Vital MTB.  Photo courtesy Vital MTB.


KHS 1987 John Howard Triathlon Pro

Here is a recent acquisition from the internet. A KHS John Howard Signature Triathlon Pro from 1987. This was a $499 bicycle in its day. At about 23 lbs., it came with all the latest Shimano technology available. 6-Speed SIS Shimano Index Shifting, Bio-Pace chainrings and SLR Aero brake levers. The bicycle was also spec’d with an alloy quill stem and alloy pedals. Clipless pedals were just starting to take over the market but total domination from Look/Time/Mavic/Shimano was still a few years away.

KHS John Howard Triathlon Pro

Bio-Pace Chainrings were must-haves in 1987

6-speeds were standard in 1987. Now we use 9,10 and even 11!

Until a few years ago, all bikes looked like this