Bike Checks, Previews, and Reviews
The latest mountain bikes subjected to first impressions, hasty conclusions, and rigorous tests.
Matt Simmonds' new bike is designed to handle the toughest British enduro conditions.
"The design of this bike wasn't limited. It was a clean slate aimed at getting the most performance possible out of a bike with absolutely no obligations to anyone but myself."
Megan Chinburg shares why she loves her leggy Ibis Mojo HD5 enduro mountain bike.
Longer, slacker, shorter offset fork - this is much more than just a facelift.
More than just a wheel size swap on this customized blasting machine.
From a pure performance standpoint, the Canyon Neuron AL is definitely one of the top picks for our budget bike shootout.
The Giant Stance 29-1 feels like a bike that should cost more than it does.
Best performance to price value, the Marin Hawk Hill 1 is an easy recommendation to beginners and budget-minded riders who want to get into the sport.
The bright blue paint, aggressive stance and overall presentation of the Siskiu make it look much more expensive than its $1,799 (on sale) price tag.
Our most affordable bike in the Sub-$2,000 Budget Bike Shootout, the Diamondback Atroz 3 is a tricky bike to review.
Just a few days after we learned of sweeping updates to the Meta TR 29, our inboxes lit up with another piece of news. The Commencal Meta HT AM.
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.
Last bikes have added two new bikes to their range that use the same frame to offer options for trail and enduro riding.
It’s too early to tell how exactly the new 5010 compares to our old favorite as we’ve not been able to fully test it on all our usual test tracks, but so far, so good.
Pitched as the ideal choice for the one-bike-quiver the Juliana Furtado is playful enough to make flatter trails fun and well-enough equipped to tackle bigger, more technical terrain.
The Santa Cruz 5010 has been entirely revised and boasts a new frame, geometry and linkage. Its distinctive playful character, however, remains untouched.
Juliana Bicycles' best-selling Furtado mid-travel, do-it-all trail bike is back with new geometry, new shock placement, and as much fun as it's ever been.
Santa Cruz finally gives the 5010 the lower-link VPP treatment, but does it improve an already-fun 27.5 trail bike?
Rocky Mountain claims their new Slayer is meant for riding fast and sending it deep - without being a beast to pedal to the top.
The 5010 gets a new frame design, and undergoes the longer and slacker treatment.