Balance Your Bike (BYB) Telemetry sent over some details on their Kickstarter that launches today. It aims to make suspension setup easier for both professionals and amateurs alike with a telemetry system that straps to your bike. Details inside from … Continue reading →
Öhlins and Specialized have forged a relationship together on select 2014 model bikes. We’ve been testing one of their TTX 22M dampers out and have some additional details inside for you all on the Öhlins damper and spring setup. We … Continue reading →
Bearings are an vital piece in the functionality of a frame. In this next stage of updates on our Project Sunday we’ve outfitted it with new Enduro bearings from Real World Cycling and a new paint job as well.
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A while back we posted a short guide of sorts for people looking for pieces and parts to build/upgrade their one bike solutions. We’ve updated the list so check it out if you’re in the market for some new parts.
We’ve updated our Transition TR450 project. The completed build is up and has been ran through some paces during early season riding. Find out what parts got put on the build as well as some initial riding impressions. [Transition TR450 … Continue reading →
How do Banshee’s Wildcard, Corsair’s Konig, Intense’s SlopeStyle, Specialized’s SX Trail, and Transition’s BottleRocket stack up against each other? We’ve had some time now on all of the park bikes. While we used essentially the same build kit across every … Continue reading →
2009 was an exciting year. We took a look at a lot of different products, traveled to events, covered breaking news, and debuted our first electronic magazine. Check inside to see some of our most popular articles from 2009.
In our latest special edition e-magazine we reviewed Banshee’s dirt jump/4x bike the AMP. We’ve had the bike for awhile making updates to our Projects section. You can view the full review in our interactive e-magazine format or as Adobe … Continue reading →
After a long season we’ve made some final modifications to our Iron Horse SSO Project. This will be the final update on this faithful steed. Check the link below for our thoughts and watch out for more new projects in … Continue reading →
We’ve built up a perennial downhill favorite, the Santa Cruz V10. The V10 has been revised over the years and continues to be a solid performing bike winning races all over the world. Check out our build inside and look … Continue reading →
We’ve changed a few things on our Iron Horse SSO project. We’ve replaced some of the temporary components, a custom saddle, and included some thoughts on a few of our component choices. An interview with Dave Weagle about the SSO … Continue reading →
For 2009 Steve Smith has joined the Evil MS Racing team with fellow teamates Filip Polc and Matti Lehikoinen. There hasn’t been a ton of info put out on the Evil Revolt but we got to take an up close … Continue reading →
Short travel full suspension bikes are quite popular amongst park / lift assisted riders for a wide variety of reasons. We’ve decided to build a few up with a static build kit to see how a select group of frames … Continue reading →
Gee’s Commencal Supreme DH Dirt has a nice article they posted up written by Steve Jones about the comparison of Gee Atherton’s race bike to the production consumer version. It has some insightful information about the changes to geometry and … Continue reading →
There are a few guys already doing this… but many more should be. Introducing reach and stack based sizing for mountain bikes (especially gravity ones). Expect to see many more companies on board, you should too if you’re a bike … Continue reading →