A dropper post from Crankbrothers has a dubious pedigree – but is it possible the company has turned things around with this post?
“I imagined Di2, servo motors, exotic materials, XTR grey, and a post that would go up and down on its own to programmable preset positions…”
“The Durolux R2C2 claims to be what a lot of riders claim to be looking for; a durable, no-nonsense, easily-serviced, affordable, and great performing fork…”
“Removing the post from my bike or changing a cable takes way less time than any other dropper I’ve used…”
Should a bike reviewer do a World Cup Racer level build on a test bike or ride it the way 95% of riders would…
New headquarters, new riders and new pedals from the rider-owned company Deity.
For 2015 Fox started from scratch and rebuilt the 36 RC2 for three wheel sizes – but can it live up to the Pike?
The DHR 2 looks like it might prove successful at both ends of the bike, just like the venerable DHF…
“The quality of the b17 is up to par, but the possibility of a trailside bitsplosion remains…”
The marketing drivel left me skeptical, but the Muddy Mary is undoubtedly a grip monster…
A 30 tooth, 104 BCD chainring that claims to be drop-proof… but does it work?
“Excellent gauge, dual pistons, flawless head and premium construction…”
“The Charge LR quickly became my go-to pack for most rides…”