We interview Dr Lewis Kirkwood, PhD in MTB, about exposure to vibrations in mountain biking, why we should care about it and what we can do about it.
Pinkbike's tech editors answer your most pressing forum questions.
An in-depth interview with Nico Vouilloz, with topics ranging from geometry to suspension set up and everything in between.
Do you have any "unconventional" bike setup quirks?
Whatever happened to the ever-increasing choice in semi-slick tires and all the riders preaching their virtues?
ROTOR, SHIMANO and SRAM discuss what crankset material is best for power transfer, what length crank arms are most efficient, and more!
There is a local trend for a boosted imbalance between frame and fork travel in our neighbourhood.
It uses your phone's accelerometer to tell you how good (or bad) or your suspension setup is.
We put your enduro cockpit setup questions to the experts, covering everything from handlebar designs, grip sizes, stem lengths and brake lever angles!
Jordi started in the Service Center at Fox and now he is Global Race Department Manager.
Who hasn't shifted their planetary gearbox crankset via a fork lockout that's mounted on the underside of the top tube?
A.J. has a solution that packs a lot into a small amount and doesn't require a pack.
If you want to get the best out of your bike, the first and cheapest place to start is to find the right tire pressure.
Grab a scorecard and play along at home with your bike(s). Low scores win. Winners get to go ride their bikes while the rest of us get the tools out.
So often people blame the suspension for lack of traction and don’t consider that maybe their tyre pressure is way off!
What tyre pressure should you run in your mountain bike tyres? Our guide explains the factors you should consider when finding the right MTB tyre pressure.
Suspension setup and adjustment from beginner to expert.
Before ditching your old bar, why not cut off a couple of cms and see if your legacy length still works for you with modern bike geometry?
If, for whatever combination of reasons, you have a little extra time on your hands, it's time to give your bike some long overdue TLC.
Brakes need to be reliable, 100% of the time.