Not only is the fit and finish on the Hope Pro4 hubs top-notch, but the value on these is incredible.
What drew me most to the RockShox Judy Silver was its combination of simplicity and value.
We had a few riders at the shop perform a back to back test between oval and traditional chainrings to see if one feels better than the other.
The RockShox SID fork is one of the most iconic xc forks in the racing world today. To continue that legacy, Rockshox has just launched the new RockShox SID, Rockshox SID SL, and Rockshox SIDLuxe. With huge wins in the WorldCup season from Nino Schurter and Kate Courtney along with ...
These grips are fanF**King-tastic!
Deity’s New Supracush and Lockjaw Grips join their already notorious lineup of MTB lock-on grips for 2020 and I was lucky enough to get a pair of each to test out before the launch.
SRAM is offering the G2 RS brakes and G2 R brakes with some solid upgrades, increasing power and performance.
The Fox Float 36 GRIP2 Damper is definitely a worthwhile upgrade if you have a Fox Performance Fox 36 with a Grip or Fit4 damper.
For only $25 you can save a tire, and more importantly to me, save a ride from ending and that, in itself, is close to priceless.
I was hesitant about getting this for the price but after having it and playing with it, the thing is just pretty f-ing cool and I’m glad I got it.
You’ll find a breakdown of the different casing designs and rubber compounds, along with other helpful information on Maxxis mountain bike tires.
For a do it all bike, the Revel Rascal has far exceeded my expectations on what a bike with 5 inches of travel can do.
The Cane Creek Double Barrel Inline shock is one of the lightest out there (275 g) and works really well with this VALT spring.
The best thing about the EDC is forgetting it’s there and it has all of the essential bike tools.
If you have a late model Fox 36, and you are looking for a little extra control and fine-tuning, and you don't want to drop break the bank with a whole new fork just yet, then give the GRIP2 damper upgrade a try.
The Wild Enduro Front turned out to be just what I was hoping it would be: a grippy all-season tire that combines a lot of the positive traits of my other favorite tires (Magic Mary and Assegai).
Truvativ decided to take this Descendant bar to the next level and improve the carbon layup even further, taking more time to look at the tune the flex, rider position/fatigue, and trail buzz.
Changing the volume reducers in your fork or shock is an internal adjustment that allows you to change the amount of mid stroke support and bottom out resistance on your suspension.
The fat Velcro waistband needs to be implemented on every hip pack. As does the foam back pad!
For me, these are a big positive that has improved my riding by giving me one less thing to think about."