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Cy Turner tells how the BFe got the Captain America treatment to become the BFeMAX and has become their most capable hardtail to date.
Can a Bontrager WaveCel helmet at half the cost still offer full-protection?
Pete had a sit down with Henry Bosch, Shimano Europe MTB Product Coordinator, to see how a brand like Shimano takes existing top tier technologies and trickle them down to their new Deore 12-speed groupset.
We talk about injuries, recovering, mindset and how she got her start.
26 excellent flat mountain bike pedals ridden and rated.
Cotic adds to their BFe range of hardcore hardtails with the new 29" BFeMAX.
Big wheels aren't coming any time soon, but Trek's field test lead has a lot to say about them.
We call Trek's Travis Brown to find out about their 32" and 36" wheeled prototypes. And no, you won't need that pitchfork anytime soon.
Today, Bontrager rolls out the Rally WaveCel helmet, with many of the features of the Blaze WaveCel, at exactly half the price.
Some of the fun custom projects Nukeproof has worked on in recent years.
Bontrager's new Rally helmet makes WaveCel technology more affordable.
Anne Galyean and Sarah Rawley share what it means to live a life brimming with aspirations, and prove that you can still find your greatest successes on the bike through work-life integration.
This sub-$800 pair of carbon mountain bike wheels from Hunt offers a lightweight, quality upgrade.
Racing will look to resume in Lenzerheide, SUI on 5-6 Sep 2020. What will racing look like with some rounds hosting 2 races in the same week?
We're chatting with Cam Baker about the New Zealand bike scene, how it has grown over the last number of years, seeing the opening of new trails, better infrastructure and how NZ Mountain Biker Magazine is playing a large part in making this happen.
The Pro’s Closet, a broker in high-end used bikes, came up with their own warranty on the carbon bikes they sell.
Bjorn Bikes has figured out a way to make new grips with leftovers from the regular grip manufacturing process.
Simply put, it’s all in the name – dummy hub – it takes the place of your wheel during deep cleans on your bike.
Andrew Neethling has ridden for the likes of Mongoose, Trek and Giant Factory Racing teams over the years, chalking up plenty of World Cup top 10s in a season and even the odd podium.
Boris ‘Mad dog’ Beyer then joins us to chat about how he’s coping with Lockdown, the stories behind some of his hilarious tattoos, tigers out on the trails, elephants falling out of trains and much more.