One seriously light and capable bike
One seriously light and capable bike
Cue the fog machines, horror screams, and shaky camera movements, because there is a new
Slayer on the loose and it’s looking to murder ever singletrack in sight.
Most riders are familiar with the handling differences between 27.5-inch and 29er wheels, but once the third option is tossed into the mix, the choice can become a difficult one to make.
Test your knowledge of Rampage history with this fun and exciting quiz.
Last year, we saw some incredible feats of man at Red Bull Rampage with familiar faces and some new. So, in case you missed the action, or you fancy reliving the action, here are the top five runs from last year’s Rampage.
Catch up with the Scott crew as they shred in these three videos
First Ride: Shimano’s All-New XTR Group-set Shimano announced their all-new XTR M9100-series group in late May, but, it wasn’t until a month after the release that Shimano invited the media to Crested Butte, Colorado, arguably the birthplace of mountain biking along with Marin County, to see and ride their new race inspired components. While a […]
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 Lumpkin family founded Spot Brand. What sets Spot apart from other bicycle manufacturers […]
The Genius was launched back in 2004 when Scott saw the need to add a well-rounded trailbike to its lineup. Over the last 14 years the Genius has undergone many changes, but its ultimate goal of being a highly versatile trailbike remains the same. For 2018 the Genius received a complete makeover following updates Scott […]
Jamis Bikes will unveil their latest suspension bikes at the Sea Otter Classic in Monterey, CA, April 19-22, 2018. The new bikes were developed by Jamis’ in house design team over the past two years utilizing the licensed 3VO suspension platform. 3VO was engineered and patented by industry veteran Chris Currie of Speedgoat Designs. The 3VO […]
130 travel, 27.5 wheels
A few years ago a Spanish company called Mondraker designed its dual-suspension bikes with a peculiar geometry. They had a very long front end coupled with an extremely short stem, a low bottom bracket and short chainstays. The bikes were slack enough to get detention for slacking off. When Mondraker launched their bikes at Eurobike […]
Big feet, little feet, these pedals work.
The Giant Reign has long been known for being a plush, long-travel machine built for conquering climbs and obliterating descents. The Reign quickly became the bike of choice for the most hard-core trail riders, later shifting its attention towards enduro racers as the format began to grow. The goal for the all-new 2018 Reign remains […]
All new “XC” platform from Intense Cycles
KNOLLY’S ROLLING OUT THEIR NEW 29’ER FUGITIVE Vancouver BC, Canada (February 2018) – Knolly Bikes is freaking fired up to announce the release of the Fugitive, their first 29er, which delivers incredible traction, downhill stability and a smooth ride on any terrain. Their newest model was developed to meet the growing demands for a […]
On a five-year hiatus, the Satori reinvents itself in the best way possible
For this First Ride, we take a look at the Ellsworth Evolution. We headed out to some of our local testing grounds to throw a leg over and give you some initial feedback. The new Evolution Convert with Ellsworth’s ACTIVE Energy Efficient Suspension (AEES) is designed to take all the punishment you can throw at […]
It’s more than pushing a button
Check your bike before it wrecks your rid
Our list of do’s and don’ts!
Consumer direct, carbon fiber trail bike for under $4,500? You’re not dreaming.
The second generation Process is even better than before.
A long travel, 29er with a newer and lighter carbon fiber frame.
Nino’s legs are not included
UNRULY. UNBOUND. UNREAL. An innovative bike has to break the rules. It can’t be bound by convention or exist in your day-to-day “real world.” It should ll your dreams with mountains and make you rethink how and where you ride. Unruly. Unbound. Unreal. Sending huge gaps, bombing double-black trails and even pedalling up to drop […]
Believe it or not, the Ripley went long and slack Not afraid: We would categorize this as a trailbike and not an enduro or gravity machine. That said, the capable suspension and geometry are not afraid to get a little rowdy when the trail gets rough. The original Ripley went into production four years ago […]
The Reign received some modern updates for 2018, including a new shock mount and even more progressive geometry.
A new suspension design that is a real head turner.
Consumer direct brand Canyon, introduces new bike just in time for the holidays