After our first outings on the new Bontrager Line Pro wheels we reached out with a few questions to learn a bit more about the offerings and development.
Bontrager has refined their wheels over the years, and the latest offering, the Line Elite 30 Wheels, are competitive in price and function.
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.
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?
I've only had a pair of Ride Concepts new Vice shoe for a couple of days, but I'm already smitten.
The 5010 gets a new frame design, and undergoes the longer and slacker treatment.
Developed specifically for dirt jumping, slopestyle and BMX, the Vice puts a little tech twist on the classic skate shoe.
Wow. German frame builder Ralf Holleis' latest creation looks incredible.
The drivetrain giants continue to jockey for gear-range excellence, with SRAM lobbing the latest volley in its new 52-tooth cassette on its new GX groupset.
Ever wanted more range out of an Eagle drivetrain? SRAM is back with an increase to 520% across their new GX, X01, and XX1 drivetrains – making them even better at tackling the steepest bits of trail or access road.
The new GX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain gets a 10-52-tooth cassette and carbon fiber cranks.
I chose the 29-inch version and requested some geometry changes thanks to the Rider Tuned Geometry personalization program offered by MDE.
Ibis Cycles' iconic Mojo trail bike is back, and has been redesigned to incorporate design touches and geometry updates from the rest of Ibis' line-up.
Don't worry, the fourth generation of the 130mm Mojo is still nice and lively.
The Direttissima are some of the most powerful, lightest, and most expensive mountain bike brakes on the market.
With the Control SL, Roval Wheels now makes one of the lightest burly XC wheelsets on the market and uses some flashy new technology to do it.
While it's easy to convince ourselves that we'd be better riders with the latest widget or if we were on the newest bike, literally buying speed is a difficult thing to do if you already own a high-end rig. But one of the most effective methods is to bolt on ...
Can a Bontrager WaveCel helmet at half the cost still offer full-protection?