REVIEW | EDITORIAL
Project 321 Hub - Long Term Review
Still rolling silky smooth on the original EZO bearings, the 1.66° engagement Project 321 rear hub has risen to the top...
Wolf Tooth Rear Axle
Many different lengths, an optional protruding protector - and the option to make your bike easily trainer compatible in winter...
OneUp's Axle F Thru-Axle
OneUp tells us the Axle F is 98% stiffer than stock, a little bit lighter, and it even costs less...
Product Intro, Teardown and Review
Crankbrothers Synthesis Wheels - A Reboot
Entering the crowded carbon wheel market, Crankbrothers knew they needed to bring some heat and serve up something nobody offers...
First Rides Review
Riding 2019 Shimano XTR 12spd in Crested Butte
Shimano's top of line MTB group finally goes full time 1x - and this one goes to 12 - but there are other highlights help you win at gear...
Project 321 Hubs - Reviewed
While it wasn't all golden with the fast engaging hubs, in either silent or loud configurations, there is much to like...
Teardown | First Impressions
Race Face Vault Hubs Teardown
Premium hubs with the right number of the right kind of spokes - but how do they sound and engage....
Hands on Product Intro
2019 Shimano XTR 9100: 10-51 12spd is Here
Shimano goes deep with 1x and 12spd while pushing innovation with virtually every component - but can XTR get back on top...
Long Term Review
e*thirteen TRS+ 9-46t Cassette
Giving this cassette a fair test would have meant a fresh chain, one chainring and no swaps - this instead was an unfair test...
3 Fresh Products For Spring 2018
Race Face Vault hubs, a fresh SQLab ergonomic saddle, and Time's newest pedal are ready for a thorough spring thrashing...
TLC Brass Nipples
Better but boring brass or slightly lighter aluminum nipples in sexy anodized colors? TLC Bikes has an interesting third option.
Project 321 Hub Teardown
Project 321 Hubs display high-level attention to detail, pretty colours and CNC engraved logos...
And Other 2018 Stuff
MRP Ribbon Coil
Coil sprung forks, Boost adaptors for your old hubs, and drop-in fork tunes.