Suspension setup is something that many bike riders struggle with and Motion Instruments aims to make this easier. Check out their system that can capture and analyze suspension to help you setup and tune your bike. Pre-order details inside from … Continue reading →
There was a time—not that long ago—when mountain bikes were simple. We had one two-wheeled ride to rule every trail. The DH rig was an XC steed. Your dirt jumper was a commuter. We suffered through pinch flats, snakebites, and … Continue reading →
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 →
PUSH Industries has a great reputation when it comes to improving suspesnion components. They’ve gone the extra mile now and have come out with a new rear shock of their own called the Elevensix. Learn more about this Colorado manufactured … Continue reading →
Last year Cane Creek introduced the Climb Switch to their popular Double Barrel Air shock. Many riders enjoyed this new function and Cane Creek has answered the call for those riders looking to adapt Double Barrel technology to even more … Continue reading →
Today RockShox sent over some details on their new RS-1. It’s an Inverted 29er XC Suspension fork that is designed to work with their hubshells through ‘Predictive Steering’. Details from RockShox inside.
BOS sent through some details on their new 2014 Dizzy XC fork. The first Dizzy model will be available for 29er’s with a 27.5″ option to follow. In addition to that, BOS and United Freeride have teamed up again for … Continue reading →
For 2014 Manitou will be offering a new fork called the Mattoc. Named after the ever popular trail building tool, the Mattoc aims to deliver for riders. It’s got a lot of features packed into it including a similar hydraulic … Continue reading →
Spring Time’s Kronos Titanium Spring It seems like finding a titanium spring for a bike can be quite the challenge for some riders these days. An option we’ve been introduced to recently is the Spring Time brand. Spring Time is … Continue reading →
The Pike is the new fork from RockShox. A new chassis design featuring 160mm (or 150mm) of travel with 35mm stanchion tubes. Learn some details about the construction, seals, new RCT3 damping, and much more.
BOS has been doing suspension for some time and they know a thing or two about what it takes to go fast. They’ve had some of the fastest riders on their products throughout the years and they’re making a push … Continue reading →
BOS suspension has a good history of producing desirable suspension products. They’ve received lots of positive feedback on their products in the mountain bike realm as well as in the Motorsport industry. Check out the video teaser inside.
DVO is a new player that is aiming to provide suspension for mountain bikers in the near future. The guys at DVO have updated their webpage to include some details about their damping, their team, and more. Check out the … Continue reading →
BOS sent through some information on a new RaRe Idylle fork that they’ve developed that uses air instead of a coil. Lighter, same price, as well as low/hi speed compression, rebound, and their hydraulic bottom out. Check it out inside.
BOS has announced a new air shock in their lineup, called the Void. While they already have the Vip’r for Enduro / Trail bikes, the Void is intended for downhill usage. Will this be some additional competition for the Cane … Continue reading →