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Giant Glory: Now Available in Carbon!

With last year's release of the all-new aluminum Giant Glory running 27.5-inch wheels, we knew it would only be a matter of time before their World Cup downhill bike received the carbonated treatment. We look forward to getting our hands on…
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Testing, Testing: The Ibis Ripley

Believe It Or Not, The Ripley Is Finally Here Ibis was founded by NorCal rider Scot Nichol way back in 1981 when mountain biking was in its infancy. The first bikes were rolled out of his garage shop in Mendocino, California. These…
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Trek unveils all-new carbon Slash

World's best Enduro racing squad happy to share new Slash with the masses   (Waterloo, WI) - Trek’s latest edition of the descent-hungry, 160mm enduro specialist Slash has been revamped with fresh upgrades, including an all-new OCLV…
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Santa Cruz’s Component Line

Santa Cruz is known for building a very refined bike, that is strong and lightweight, and is most of all, fun to ride.  Now the northern California company is stepping into the component game, with new high performance handlebars and grips.…
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Bike Test: Windsor C29 Pro

We traced the Windsor brand name back to a Mexican bike company that had a tie-in with Eddy Merckx in the '70s, but don't quote us on that. The history is spotty and doesn't have any bearing on what Windsor is today—a new line of bikes…
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Product Test: KS LEV Seatpost

Riders who have adopted dropper seatposts, which can be lowered 3 to 6 inches and then returned to full extension with the push of a button or pull of a lever, develop a love-hate relationship with the devices over time. Riders love the…
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