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Check Out the New Intense Tracer 279

Tracer recently announced the release of their new Tracer 279 enduro bike. Be sure to keep an eye out for the test in an upcoming issue. In the meantime, here’s what Intense says about the bike: “The Tracer 279 has been in development for well over three years, with an early alloy prototype Tracer 279 […]

Review – Spot Mayhem 29

Spot Brand is a family-owned bicycle company located in Golden, Colorado, that is passionate about high-level engineering. The family founded Avid in 1991 and grew the component company into one of the largest brake manufacturers in the world. After selling Avid, the family founded Spot Brand. What sets Spot apart from other bicycle manufacturers is […]

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 […]

Test – Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt Carbon 70

Rocky Mountain was established in 1981 when the founders began modifying Nishiki road bikes with wide tires, straight handlebars and thumb shifters. Based on Vancouver’s North Shore, Rocky Mountain’s engineers were forced to build bikes burly enough to handle the rugged terrain that would soon spark the freeride movement. Rocky Mountain helped create Race Face Components […]

First Ride: Fezzari La Sal Peak

Action photography by @markcleblanc The La Sal Peak is an all-new bike recently welcomed into Fezzari’s lineup, named after a peak located near the top of the Whole Enchilada Trail in Moab. If you happen to follow Fezzari’s model line, you’ll notice every bike is named after a mountain, and that’s not by accident. In […]

Review – Whyte Carbon RS T-130

Established in 1999, Whyte has continually pushed the innovation of mountain bikes, starting with its radically designed PRST-1, which helped put the company on the map back in the early 2000s. If you don’t remember that bike, we strongly suggest you take a few minutes to run a Google search on it now. Don’t worry; we’ll […]