Bike Tests Category

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Trail Testing: Lapierre Spicy 527

Sep 08, 2014Comments off679 Views

When we were looking for our next bike to review, we wanted something different.  Something you don’t see everyday.  Something that is on the cutting edge

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Hardtail Testing: The Fuji SLM 29 1.1

Sep 05, 2014Comments off636 Views

Using the symbol of Mount Fuji to exemplify its dedication to creating strong and dominating products, Fuji has been producing bicycles since 1899. Seeing the

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Canadian Custom: The Xprezo WUUU 650

Aug 31, 2014Comments off497 Views

Canada’s Xprezo bike company is hard to pin down. While they hand make their bikes in Canada and qualify to display at the North American

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The Mongoose Meteore Sport

Aug 29, 2014Comments off573 Views

If you have been around cycling for the past 40 years, then you are more than likely familiar with the name Mongoose and probably fortunate

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Bike Test: The Specialized Stumpjumper FSR ...

Aug 26, 2014Comments off1555 Views

We have never witnessed a more low-key new model introduction from Specialized than the one for their first 27.5-inch wheeled offering, the Stumpjumper FSR Expert

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Next Generation Stingray: The Mongoose Mass...

Aug 22, 2014Comments off593 Views

You probably don’t remember your first day of school. Or the party your folks threw for your 12th birthday. Or your first kiss. But, you

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Import Testing: The BH Lynx 4.8 XTR

Aug 18, 2014Comments off488 Views

Spain’s BH bikes is best known to American riders for its road bikes. That’s because it first used Pivot Bikes, who has its own line

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Titanium Test: The Vassago Optimus Ti

Aug 12, 2014Comments off535 Views

There is no question that carbon fiber has replaced titanium as the Holy Grail of mountain bike frame materials, at least in rider perception. This

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Big Wheel Testing: The Niner WFO 9

Aug 08, 2014Comments off637 Views

Niner describes its WFO 9 as “an outlier in the Niner lineup and a bike whose time has truly come.” The long-travel 29er is not

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Shootout: The Trek Remedy 27.5 vs 29

Jul 16, 2014Comments off1556 Views

Trek has over 15 years of wheel-size development experience that dates all the way back to the first 29er they introduced under the Gary Fisher