Find out if the Shout's outlandish looks deliver improved performance on the trail.
I recently sat down with Chromag founder and designer, Ian Ritz and engineer Ben Arnott to discuss the new pedal.
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.
In the grand scheme of things, the big story here is the “just right” casing.
This smaller, lighter-weight version strikes a great balance for riders looking for rim/flat protection and firm hold for the tire bead.
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).
After some time riding the Joystick cockpit as a whole, we found the parts are clearly designed by riders, and are made with an attention to quality.
E*thirteen promises lower rolling resistance, longer tread life, more grip, and more supple protective casings with this third iteration of their All-Terrain tires.
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.
What better way to launch the all-new, super-buttery Marzocchi Bomber Z1 Coil than with the Godfather of Freeride, Wade Simmons shredding some OG North Shore.
Stick the landing with 170mm of 29er buttery travel.
This fork went straight to the front end of my Yeti SB-165 Dream Bike when I first built it up, and has been a very fitting match.
There's now a coil-sprung version of the Z1, along with an aftermarket conversion kit for the air-sprung Z1 or Fox 36 Rhythm.
I’ve been testing the Pro Koryak dropper post on my Orange P7 hardtail over the past couple of months, and I can confirm that this dropper post lives up to the Pro label.
For me, these are a big positive that has improved my riding by giving me one less thing to think about."
In a copycat environment of generic carbon wheels, I gave this one a close look and came away pleased.
A handlebar that flexes vertically, and a stem that holds a multitool - yep, there's more to OneUp's new cockpit than meets the eye!
Behind the Dhsign brand is an artisan who designs and manufactures his products in the province of Vicenza.
Some horses are bred for racing, while others have been trained to carry heavy loads and plow fields.
We put We Are One's enduro-ready carbon wheels to the test.