The latest mountain bikes subjected to rigorous tests, first impressions, and hasty conclusions.
If you are on the hunt for a long travel party bike I would recommend giving it a long look.
If you could only have one bike...
Although Christian Textor is still a relatively new name in the international enduro circuit, the three times German enduro champion, who raced the complete Enduro World Series for the first time in 2019, has big plans for 2020.
The Norco Optic C3 is an intuitive, lean shred machine.
Giant's wild new beast arrived already trained.
With 180mm of travel, a dual crown fork, and a powerful motor the new Kenevo is ready for anything.
The Shan No.5 is designed to be an all-around trail and all mountain machine – not purely a race-bred bike, rather a bike designed for maximum fun.
Rocky Mountain’s Smoothlink suspension hasn’t lost much efficiency with all that squish, and thanks in part to its sensitive coil shock, the bike offers great rear wheel traction.
Back in 1987, if you lusted after any bike, it would have been the Pace RC100.
Uniquely aimed at paying dividends in fun.
Pretty modern, for a fatbike.
The reincarnation of the fun all-rounder!
Rather than just updating the existing Tyee model, the 2020 version is a fully ‘re-designed from the ground up’ new bike.
Our super mega recap of all 18 brand new bikes that we put to the test on some of the world's best trails.
The new Tyee underwent a significant revision, and there are now 29" and 27.5" versions in aluminum and carbon.
While one may get the sense that the Pine Mountain 1 is a brick, it’s not. It is a tremendously fun and functional bike whose potential is limited only by the users imagination.
A direct-to-consumer bike that delivers all-day fun.
The final two bikes from this year's Field Test are capable hardtails that won't break the bank.
Bottle cage meets dual crown fork.
We gathered the current most exciting models for this group test and put them through their paces.