Is linkage better?
Is linkage better?
Bring back that plush feel
Who Will Take The Crown?
The world’s first suspension bike arrived in 1885, but it was discontinued three years later. The arrival of inflatable, air-filled, pneumatic tires in 1888 made the first suspension bike obsolete.
A bike is only as good as the mechanic who keeps it running.
We don’t claim to be innovators for utilizing professional athletes to help us develop our products. However,…
Making life easier, one tip at a time
If you’re looking for suspension-sag accuracy,…
This a collection of 101 tips that the Wrecking Crew has gathered from years of experience. These are sure to help improve your riding.
Bridging the gap between enduro and downhill
The Hunt for Jumps
30 Years Ago In MBA
ÖHLINS upgrades the proven TTXAir shock
The rebellious middle child
By Zap Although the Jim Busby designed RTS-1 is widely considered the first full-suspension bike to come out of the GT Bicycle headquarters, that’s really only half-right. Recently, Gary Turner himself (as in the GT of GT Bikes) rediscovered an ancient BMX bike build that he created back in 1974. This original GT designed full-suspension […]
The best bang-for-the-buck enduro race machine
When conditions change, so do their settings. Take a look👀
It’s in the details
The updated Lyrik is a great fork for most riders and would be a great option on any enduro bike.
Sometimes it takes a while for an idea to catch on
The all-new Bomber DJ is back in the mix with a whole new bag of tricks.
Standard air spring to coil-sprung sweetness
What will they think of next?
Now is the time!
Take a close look at this custom ride and see why we chose these components
Diamondback’s cure for those killer trails conditions
Does the Structure SCW1 really work?
Is your suspension is feeling creaky and tired?
Not your typical front end
This is an in-depth video we wanted to share with our subscribers so they can potentially work on their suspension at home