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Examining the rise (and fall?) of the wide-tire revolution.
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.
After seventeen years and five iterations since day one, Cotic have called time on production of their very first model.
After much grappling with my own thoughts on the matter, finally, a few months ago I caved in and bought an e-bike.
Are big wheels always faster? Or can a “mullet” setup with a smaller back wheel give you more speed and style? We set racer, coach and tech-expert Will Soffe the challenge to find out.
Why would you want a smaller rear wheel on your mountain bike? We explain the benefits of a "mullet" bike, along with a little history of its evolution!
As an online discussion grows longer, the probability of a comparison involving Nazis or Hitler approaches 1.
Matt Wragg turns his focus to fun, and ends up falling down the 29+ rabbit hole.
Does size matter? Does fun mean fast? Is Loris going to try a 26inch rear next? Find out more in this Mixed Wheel debate.
How can a modern trail bike tackle both cross-country and enduro? Answer: It can't.
Mountain bike racers and organizers from the Southern Enduro Tour talk about racing electric mountain bikes.
Levy talks about how the Grim Donut rides. For real this time.
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?
The Inside Line listeners respond to the question about the current cost of mountain bikes.
There are few topics in the world of mountain biking more controversial than electric mountain bikes.
A 50% decline appears to be pretty steep, yet as it turns out, there isn’t a singular explanation as to what happened. As they say, it’s complicated.
Is the latest kit and componentry really necessary? Are energy drink helmets trendy? Who is the most fashionable mountain biker?
Here are three trends we spotted that may or may not become commonplace on the trails in future.