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SEPT-Review – Canyon Spectral CF 9.0 SL

Canyon is a consumer-direct brand from Germany that entered the U.S market in August of 2017. Canyon offers a full line of bikes designed to be raced at the most elite levels of cycling—from cross-country to downhill and even enduro. The newly updated Spectral, however, is far from a race machine. Now, don’t get us […]

Felt Announces New 2019 Compulsion

Felt Bicycles announced today the release of an all-new version of its popular line of enduro bikes, the Compulsion. Four years in development, the new Compulsion is versatile enough for everyday trail riding, but was specifically created for the most technical descents of the world’s roughest enduro racecourses. With 165mm of rear suspension travel paired […]

Review – Ellsworth Evolution Convert 29er

The Evolution builds off the chassis design of Ellsworth’s latest enduro bike, the Rogue, while bringing an aggressive twist to Ellsworth’s previous 29er, the Evolution. The all-new Evolution has evolved from a 120-millimeter-travel cross-country rig into an aggressive 29er trailbike ready to take on singletrack. The Evolution now sports longer travel, a more aggressive geometry. […]

First Ride – Kona Process 153 CR DL 27.5

After much anticipation, Kona has finally released their all new carbon fiber Process. The dudes over at Kona recently sent out the G2 Process 153 CR DL 27.5 for long term testing, and we have been eager to put some miles on this new trail ripper. Compared to the previous generation Process, the G2 has […]