The Trailfox AMP SX is BMC’s take on an all-mountain capable e-bike. The AMP SX features a carbon front triangle with a neatly integrated 500wh battery and internal cable routing achieving a clean and refined look. With 150 mm … 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 →
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 →
If you’ve ever played the HORSE basketball game or the BIKE equivalent it can be quite fun with friends as you battle to see who can get the other rider to mess up. Scott Sports has some new videos of … Continue reading →
If you’ve been on the hunt for a quality replacement axle for your bike, The Robert Axle Project Lighting Bolt-On thru-axle has a lot of the features we like in an axle. They fit well, help avoid axle impacts, are … Continue reading →
Swedish company, CAKE, has developed some e-moto offerings that caught our eye at Sea Otter this past spring. We got a chance to take a quick spin on their off-road version, the Kalk OR, and have a bunch of pictures … Continue reading →
The Remote 160 is a different bike to everyone. Whether you’re a busy mom taking advantage of your sparse free time, someone out trying to explore as much as possible, someone coming back from illness or injury, or someone who … Continue reading →
PRESS RELEASE by Kalle Nicolai NICOLAI has been building mountain bikes for over 20 years, and for over 10 years electric assisted ‘eMTB’. The question “Who needs that?“ or the quote “I am still too fit for that” is rarely … Continue reading →
Inside we take a look at a few items from the latest Commencal offerings including the Furious Race and the Meta Power (E-MTB). OneUp also has a neat internal toolkit, a new quick-remove chainring/sider, and some new flat pedals.
Specialized created a new video of their their Tubo Levo FSR 6fattie taking on a famous area for mountain biking, Finale, Ligure with Sam Benedict. Is this the future of mountain biking? How will this affect trail access? Will it … Continue reading →
If there’s one quick way to get someone to watch an E-bike video you just need to put Matt Hunter on it. Follow Matt Hunter as he puts the all-new Turbo Levo FSR through its paces in Finale Ligure, Italy.