Words: Toni Walbridge Photos: Misti Walbridge Intro and Design High pivot bikes incorporating idler pulleys have become hugely popular over the past couple seasons. Variations of the design are available from major and smaller bike brands alike, each with their … 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 →
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.
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 →
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 →
Muc-Off is well known for their popular Nano Tech Bike Cleaner and they have a lot of great products that often get overshadowed by their pink cleaner. Inside we take a look at their tubeless valves that have some very … Continue reading →
We continue our 25 Days of Sickness with a deep dive into some Park Tool P-Handle wrenches. Park Tool is a staple in the bike industry and inside we take a look at their hex wrench set and torx wrench … Continue reading →
I’ve just spent the past few months aboard Canyon’s long-travel enduro bike, the Torque, and I have a lot to say about it. When I first saw the Torque in all of it’s 175 mm travel glory, I thought to … Continue reading →
Wheels are a vital piece to a mountain bike and many riders have been curious to see how our carbon Reynolds wheels held up in our testing. Read more about our journey to B.C. where we visited Whistler, Sea to … Continue reading →
We’ve reviewed the BMC Trailfox TF-01 in the past and today we’ve got a review for you all of the Speedfox 02 Trailcrew. It features 150mm of travel on a 27.5″ carbon chassis. Read our full review to learn more about it.
Trek has been refining the Session for a few years now and for 2015 they’re offering it with 27.5 / 650b wheels. Piloted and refined by the Trek World Racing team, this new big wheel’d Session has evolved. Inside we … Continue reading →
Renthal makes some quality products and the inclusion of a new 1XR chainring is now available. The 1XR chainring comes as a natural progression to Renthal’s offerings and inside we take a deeper dive on its features and functionality. While … Continue reading →
When it comes to naming quality gravity clothing companies the first name out of most peoples mouths is typically not Specialized. Specialized has been making clothing for some time now however and they’ve been improving their clothing lineup quite a bit … Continue reading →
If you’ve wanted a way to store your bike settings on your IOS device (iPhone, iPad, iPod) this Bike Setup application might be what you’re after. It allows you to keep track of multiple settings like suspension, tires, and much … Continue reading →
We’ve ran through the details of the current Zerode G2 frame that we’re reviewing already but we wanted to also get a few questions answered about how Zerode’s evolution. Inside we take a look at the prototype Steelie that started it all off for the New Zealand company and get a few questions answered by owner / engineer Rob Metz. Continue reading →
We’ve been using the Pearly Possum socks for well over a year now and we’ve got an update on how they’ve performed. Check out the details inside on these comfy socks that keep delivering in cold weather.
We’ve been beating on a 2013 Zerode G2 for some time now. Inside we take a look at the 2013 Zerode G2 frameset and show you some of the details of the frameset in part 1 of our review of … Continue reading →
We tested out the latest and greatest carbon downhill bike from the EVIL camp this year called the Undead. A beautiful frame no-doubt but how did it ride and hold up this season for us? Check inside to learn more.