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2015 Trek Session Park

Do you Only Ride Park?

McCaul, Rheeder and Semenuk, have enough of a voice within the company to influence the creation of a bike…

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Exclusive: Thomas Vanderham’s Rocky Mountain Prototype

A Flatline Replacement?

A radical departure from the current Flatline, but will it stay this way?

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2015 Devinci Carbon Spartan

A Fantastic Plastic Warrior

“While the Spartan isn’t built like a wet noodle, if you are not slamming into a berm on a 4 minute race run at warp-factor-Stevie you can afford to slim a few things down…”

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Quick Look: R-Dog’s Trek Session Park

An All-American Classic

Rumor has it his frame is painted with 100% genuine freedom…

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Show Us Your Pits: 2015 Specialized Demo

Asymmetrical Art

We’ve jumped into the pits and hit gold at the Specialized tent…

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2015 Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt

Lightning Strikes Twice

“We designed the Thunderbolt MSL for our own special blend of XC and trail riders—people who hammer at the pointy end of the pack, but stay aggressive and stylish when terrain gets rougher…”

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Kona Process 153 DL – Reviewed

The Process Lives Up To The Hype

The Process 153 has a different geometry than we’re used to seeing historically. I felt very composed charging down steep, rocky, and rooty sections of trail…

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Santa Cruz Announces 650B V10

Mid-Sized Speed Machine

Could this be the next generation of a vaunted racing machine?

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2014 Kona Process

Process or Prawcess?

“It’s encouraged me to go a little faster, kept me in the cockpit when faster tried to get me in trouble…”

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The Process 167 in all its 26" wheeled glory. Yes, you read that right. 26" isn't dead yet.

Kona 2015 Bikes Sneak Peek

Taking a Look at the Future

Have a gander behind the curtain and see what Kona has in store for next season…

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Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Comp EVO 650b Reviewed

Taming the Midsized Beast

“When it came time to decide on a steed for my first trip into the Chilcotins…I didn’t hesitate when reaching for the Stumpy, and we had a grand old time…”

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2014 Diamondback Mission Pro

Egad! The Colours!

Think of it as the evolution of the freeride bike with the addition of modern geometry for riding fast technical trails.

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Juliana Furtado Primeiro: Reviewed

A Women's Specific Trail Weapon

“I want the same benefits that my male friends get offered on their bikes, and we deserve nothing less…”

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2014 Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Evo 29 Carbon: Reviewed

What would Ferris Do?

“Hammer goggles: every feature of the trail starts looking like something you want to hit…”

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2014 Ibis Mojo HDR 650B – With Ibis 41mm Rims

Even More Mojo

The Mojo HDR sheds some weight, adds some strength, some wheel size and an extra letter on the name…

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