Our sport is dominated by racing and performance. However, the tides are changing and the Cannondale Waves team is leading the charge.
The €299 Ochain active crank spider claims to reduce pedal kickback and smooth the ride.
This is a story about € 6,000 from grandma Schmitt, racing DNA and a pioneering spirit.
LAST have revised the COAL and GLEN, both based on the same modular frame. We put the COAL 29 to the test and got all the details.
The Santa Cruz 5010 has been entirely revised and boasts a new frame, geometry and linkage. Its distinctive playful character, however, remains untouched.
When it was launched, the Trek Slash was outrageous. Now, as bike travel has increased, the Trek Slash 8 looks a little undergunned. Can it still mix with the big guns?
Looking a million dollars, the Propain Tyee CF is a bargain. With a low-slung frame and very progressive suspension, it loves collecting air miles. But can its performance live up to the looks?
The Privateer 161 has 161 mm rear travel, a low-slung Horst link suspension system, 29” wheels and very on-trend geometry. Will it be the champion of simplicity and no-frills performance?
The Nukeproof Mega is officially the fastest Enduro bike in the world but can the Nukeproof Mega 290 Expert take pole position at this tough price point?
The Merida ONE-SIXTY 700 is Merida’s bargain-basement 170-165 mm big hitter. However, its performance doesn’t live up to its intent.
Our group test proves that the Ibis Ripmo AF takes the roughest trails in its stride but can this trail bike keep up with enduro bikes when the going gets tough?
With an amazing build spec and refined ancestry, can the 29” wheeled, 170/146 mm travel Giant Reign SX deliver big fun on the trail, or is its reign over?
With 180/175 mm travel, the Canyon Torque knocks loudly on the door of downhill bikes but the geometry and single crown fork speak otherwise.
The latest YT Capra COMP 29 model is an absolute hooligan with 170/160 mm of travel and 29” wheels. A downhill bike that can be pedalled back to the top?
Just how much do you have to spend to get an affordable enduro bike that is ready to go, out of the box, with no extra costs?
But is a bigger gear range really better? We’ve had the SRAM GX Eagle 52 on test for several weeks.
Clamping quickly over your bike frame, the Shotgun front-mounted child seat puts your toddler right in the best seat in the house for maximum fun.
The Thule Yepp Nexxt Mini child seat is an ideal way to start your child’s cycling journey.
The Mac Ride kid’s seat was a true Kickstarter success story, the first seat that really opened up the potential for enjoyable trail-riding with your toddler.
If you want to share the riding stoke with your toddler, there’s no better solution than a front-mounted kids seat.