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Review – Cannondale Trigger 2

Built for big ups and big downs The Trigger was introduced nearly five years ago as one of Cannondale’s OverMountain-series bikes. It was built around the idea that you could have two bikes in one and switch between the two with the flip of a switch. That original bike used a pull-style shock and had […]

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 […]

Tested – RockShox SID World Cup Fork

New Damper, New Chassis, New Ride Cross-country racing has become increasingly technical over the last few years, with riders demanding a higher level of performance from their bikes and suspension. The SID was originally introduced as a lightweight fork for dedicated cross-country racers but evolved over time to appeal to trail riders. Now, RockShox has […]