News Roundup - Week of October 13th
Pon makes a big purchase, BikeYoke launches an even longer post, and Damien Oton steps away from the EWS...
BikeYoke Revive 2.0 213mm Dropper Post Long-Term Review
"The closest it came to a problem was when the post locked up after I had left my bike in full sun..."
BikeYoke Sagma Suspension Saddle
It fits like a WTB Koda, cancels trail noise like an SQLab Active, and the materials are top-notch...
BikeYoke Divine Dropper Post Reviewed
The reliability of the Revive at a lower weight and for less money...
2 Minute Expert
Is your Saddle Too Long?
Trends and ideas in mountain biking are sometimes without merit – other times they persist once their merit has expired...
Teardown & Pre-install Impressions
BikeYoke Divine Dropper Post Teardown
Will the BikeYoke Divine dropper's simplest-in-class teardown, equate to best-in-class performance on the trail?
Ask Uncle Dave
Uncle Dave: Saving the world with bicycles!
"Honestly, I think my riding of bicycles contributes more to my ecological footprint than anything else in my life..."
Why All Dropper Posts should be 34.9
A conversation with Stefan 'Sacki' Sack - CEO, Engineer & does-it-all of BikeYoke
BikeYoke Revive Dropper Post Reviewed
The BikeYoke 160mm dropper is a little more expensive - but it offers features and reliability that may justify a little more cash...
BikeYoke Revive Dropper Post Teardown
This German-engineered dropper post takes a different approach to most others, ditching the internal floating piston for incredibly smooth action...
X-Fusion – Making Bikes Sane Again
Does your dropper cost only $200? Is it user serviceable - even on the inside? Does it have a replaceable cartridge that costs just $20 - after your warranty expires?