Can a Bontrager WaveCel helmet at half the cost still offer full-protection?
The Pro’s Closet, a broker in high-end used bikes, came up with their own warranty on the carbon bikes they sell.
Hayes brakes are back in a big way with the Dominion A2, a slimmed-down version of the excellent A4 we tested last year.
For something as seemingly simple as pieces of foam and fabric that strap to your legs, knee pads are really complicated. Enter the Dakine Slayer Pro.
The Specialized Turbo Levo SL is a bike that just might have the potential of changing people’s minds, changing the way they ride, where, and who with.
The first thing I noticed about the POC Transcend is just how little I actually noticed it.
I ride a lot, guilty as charged. But never has the bike felt more like a ticket to freedom and salvation as it does today.
Don't let their light construction fool you. So far, the new Kenda Pinner Pro ATC has held up better than some of our favorite tires.
The original SB 130, but with a little more travel in the front and rear. It's just a little bit more, but not too much. Kind of like its namesake.
That Giro packed this much tech into the Manifest for this price is actually pretty impressive.
A gallery of singletrack trail images from around the world, shot by mountain bike legend Matt Hunter over the the course of many good adventures.
The Giant Reign SX 29 fits in somewhere between an everyday trail bike and the new crop of long-travel 29er freeride sled.
Big brakes for big bikes. And maybe little ones, too.
In the final installment of Scorched Earth, we look at the lack of leadership in a charge against climate change and how riders can make a difference.
A selection of stunning mountain bike photos from around the world, as seen in the March 2020 print issue of BIKE Magazine.
We talk with six very different shops from six very different states to find out what's behind the sudden explosion of bike retail during COVID-19.
Not only is Hans Rey’s home adjacent to some of the world’s best trails, the home itself holds some of the world’s best stories.
Hornby Island revisits its quirky roots by staging a second coming of its long buried Hornby Island Bike Fest.
What do you do to update a bike that was already ahead of its time? Not much. And as it turns out, that was just enough.
The contemporary 30-millimeter crank spindle makes for weak bottom brackets. Enduro, on the other hand, makes strong bottom brackets.