It’s not that often that a bike review spans two full years. I suppose it’s not that often that any new product is reviewed over such a long time. Maybe that’s because there are few bikes that are still news … Continue reading →
In 2019, Lazer introduced a new range of helmets that had MIPS and a number of other notable features at the time including a lot of quality safety measures. Today, Lazer announced their new Jackal MTB helmet. Details inside from Lazer. Continue reading →
Dropper posts come in a broad range of price points and features. From sub $200 budget models to SRAM’s $800 wireless model, there’s a post for every budget – and for those who have no budget. PNW Components, a relative … Continue reading →
The e.thirteen HELIX R 12 speed cassette works with SRAM™ Eagle™ or Shimano™ drivetrain, with more range than any other cassette on the market. Check out the details inside from e.thirteen. Continue reading →
Pivot Cycles has been refining their bikes for years and they’ve had a lot of success with their dw-link equipped bikes, including the Phoenix downhill bike. Inside we kick-off a new carbon fiber dh build and review with a 2020 Pivot Cycles Phoenix 29. Continue reading →
Today Devinci is proud to announce the new 2021 Devinci Troy. This is the fourth generation Troy and they’ve packed it with all the latest and greatest. Featuring 140mm of rear wheel travel, a number of frame updates, this bike aims to be a quiver killer. Continue reading →
Feedback Sports has developed some very useful tools for bike mechanics. They take into consideration many things like functionality, price, and performance. Inside we take a look at their Pro Truing Stand that has received a few updates recently.
Cane Creek Cycling Components is proud to announce the release of the HELM MKII suspension fork. The HELM MKII is the first major revision of Cane Creek’s HELM fork lineup and improves on its predecessor in nearly every way. To … Continue reading →
Croatian Rimac founder has launched a bike company called Greyp. Last week we saw a presentation of the new Greyp G6 e-bikes. Their bikes are a bit unique compared to most as they have a vast amount of connected technology … Continue reading →
Roval Components has redesigned their Control SL wheels for high level XC/Trail performance. The lightest Control SL Team LTD model weigh in at a scant 1248g with a 29mm rim. Details inside from Roval.
Shortly before COVID-19 descended upon us, I was was lucky enough to spend a day in Moab aboard Orbea’s new Wild FS. While I didn’t log nearly enough miles for a comprehensive review, I did gather some solid first impressions … Continue reading →
Do you have a PNW seat post that you’d like to recycle or looking to purchase a repaired seat post? PNW has a new program launched today that allows you to get a discount on a new post! Details inside.
Kenda has been hard at work developing a new dry mountain bike tire called the Pinner. The Pinner is available in a variety of sizes today and inside we take a deeper look at it as we’ve spent some time … Continue reading →
Diving into the life of pro athletes during COVID is something many people are interested in. Pro women are getting itno it more as well now and inside you can watch the new Rachel Atherton video and Jolanda Neff has … Continue reading →
CushCore is a great system that adds a lot of benefits to a wheel system, especially for downhill riders and racers. CushCore has a new tool to help with installation and removal called the Bead Dropper. Details inside from Cush … Continue reading →
e*thirteen has a new gas charged dropper seat post called the Vario that has a lot of features. Available in two sizes, 120-150 and 150-180. Each size features a tool-free range of height adjustably up to 30mm in 5mm increments.
PNW Components has a new Rainier 3 dropper post that packs a lot of features into their latest dropper. Riders can pair the new Loam lever with a Shifty Lever if you’re running a SRAM XX1/X01 shifter. Details inside from … Continue reading →