Take a deep dive into the numbers behind Yeti's Switch Infinity suspension design.
We chat with Cane Creek’s product manager Sam Anderson to find out how a small team found out what they needed to change on the Helm and how they went about it.
A less than ideal day at work spawned several months of learning how to put a bike together the hard way before the concept became reality.
Wow. German frame builder Ralf Holleis' latest creation looks incredible.
German MTB component & suspension maker Intend crafts all-new air Hover shock that acts like a coil & revamps 180mm Edge New Age upside-down enduro fork!
A look at the characteristics and limitations designers consider when choosing shock length and stroke for a mountain bike.
Specialized launch the latest iteration of the World Cup and World Championship-winning Demo based on feedback from Bruni and Iles.
We sat down to talk about how saddles have progressed since mountain biking began, how a saddle is designed, prototyped, manufactured and tested.
Internal Gearbox Advantages, Drawbacks, and Future Possibilities for Apocalypse-Ready Mountain Bikes
Why aren't gearboxes more popular than external drivetrains for mountain bikes? We asked several brands.
Experts from Deviate Cycles, Forbidden Bike Co, Starling Cycles, Commencal and Actofive clear up common misconceptions around high pivot suspension bikes.
In this video and interview we learn a lot about the new Jamis Portal mountain bike line and the 3VO suspension platform.
VeetireCo manages and owns a tree plantation in Thailand.
We sit down with Mojo Rising guru Chris Porter, a man with a vast amount of knowledge when it comes to bicycle geometry and suspension.
Cy Turner tells how the BFe got the Captain America treatment to become the BFeMAX and has become their most capable hardtail to date.
Pete had a sit down with Henry Bosch, Shimano Europe MTB Product Coordinator, to see how a brand like Shimano takes existing top tier technologies and trickle them down to their new Deore 12-speed groupset.
We call Trek's Travis Brown to find out about their 32" and 36" wheeled prototypes. And no, you won't need that pitchfork anytime soon.
Big wheels aren't coming any time soon, but Trek's field test lead has a lot to say about them.
Built from a Land Rover steering damper and a solid aluminium block, the Millyard shock is as unique and creative as ever.
"I acquired all my knowledge by watching YouTube videos for hours and the rest was instinct and luck." - Benni Amend
I chat with three members of Canyon's product development and marketing team to find our more about the start to finish journey of a new bike model.