Chromag Primer 27+
Going back to a hardtail – even one with progressive geometry like the Primer – required patience. The payoff was well worth it.
2017 Canfield Balance – First Impressions
It's made of aluminum, it doesn't have wagon wheels, it's got lots of travel - this will definitely make bikes great again...
The Pace of Change in MTB
We asked 8 industry insiders one question: Will the pace of change in MTB parts and standards remain contsant, increase or slow down?
2017 Specialized Enduro
Three days of riding the new Enduro and soaking in the riding culture on BC’s Sunshine Coast.
2016 Devinci Spartan Long Term Review
"I want something that encourages me to ride fast but that doesn't punish me when I'm at 90%. Or 80%..."
2016 Yeti SB5.5C
Uncle Dave was smitten as soon as he pulled the Yeti SB5.5c from the box - and it may have cured his colourblindness...
“Is this some kind of masochistic manifestation of mid-life in crisis, or just the next phase in my infatuation with bikes?”
2017 Trek Remedy and Fuel EX Launch
“We rode twice a day, about 3 hours each time. It was like a training camp. It was awesome.”
Long Term Review
Santa Cruz Bronson CC
Perry’s put some time on the Magenta Monster, read on for his thoughts on the Santa Cruz Bronson CC…
2016 Devinci Spartan – First Impressions
"This is a prime piece of grade-A trail killing ass and it looks the part..."
Santa Cruz Hightower
“…despite the very capable support crews with extensive first aid and a doctor riding along with us, we were still pretty much breaking in bikes and trails on the bottom of the world.”
2016 Santa Cruz Bronson CC First Impressions
"The v1 Bronson certainly wasn't a bad bike, but the field of high end trail bikes is now stacked with some very refined hardware..."
2015 Ibis Mojo HD3 Reviewed
For outright descending prowess it is not my first choice, however the Mojo HD3’s versatility makes it one of the best AM bikes available.
Long Term Review: Santa Cruz Nomad
“…few of them can claim the Nomad’s superlative descending and confident pedaling in such refined, well thought-out package.”
Intern Bike Review
Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt 770
“The Thunderbolt has made my time climbing far more enjoyable than before, and I get a small sense of satisfaction by simply cruising past people on the way up the hill with a smile and a wave…”
2014 Santa Cruz Bronson Carbon: Reviewed
With the split between a long travel trail bike and an enduro race bike finally becoming clear, we no longer have to beat around the bush about what the Bronson’s true merits are…
Kona Process 153 DL – Reviewed
The Process 153 has a different geometry than we’re used to seeing historically. It’s long, low, and was designed around a stubby stem. The bike put me...
2014 Ibis Mojo HDR 650b Reviewed
The Mojo HDR 650b slurped up bermy flow like a pig with a stick of butter
2015 Specialized Enduro 650b and 29
The Enduro goes 650 by stealing the front triangle of the 26″ version – but does it ride like a Frankenbike?
2013 Specialized Enduro S-Works
There are still those willing to stand up for the supremacy of a well-balanced 26-inch wheeled bike.
Jamaican Bike Review?
Matt Dennison gets tasked with a bike review, but he couldn’t just do something normal…