Chromag Primer 27+
Going back to a hardtail – even one with progressive geometry like the Primer – required patience. The payoff was well worth it.
Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt: Reviewed
Don’t let its ‘mere’ 120mm of rear wheel travel or its ‘small’ 27.5″ wheels deceive you – this is a barn-burner of a trail bike.
Late Season Laps with Reece Wallace
Grab those turns while you can, because winter will be here before you know it...
“Is this some kind of masochistic manifestation of mid-life in crisis, or just the next phase in my infatuation with bikes?”
Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt: First Impressions
Our Shimano XTR Di2 equipped Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt is an electronic shifting-equipped boogie machine. We’ve dubbed it ‘Thundervolt’.
Hardtails on Duallie Trails
Jinya Nishiwaki, Dan Skogland and Kevin Phelps rip hardtails on some new and old trails in Whistler and Pemberton, proving that radness is possible without rear bounce.
Best of 2015 – Matt’s Picks
A comfy perch, a banger of a deal, and some minimalist gloves are among Matt's favourites...
Caleb Holonko: Return Of The Shore
Though only 17 years old, North Shore freerider Caleb Holonko rides with the prowess of someone much older...
Nick Tingren – Back Home
Nick gets burly on his Chromag hardtail hitting some old school lines with seemingly effortless confidence...
Jarrett Moore – Winter Break
Jarrett Moore has been living away from B.C. but that hasn't impacted his turbine smooth style...
Best of 2014: Jon’s list
"I have fully succumbed to Enduro fever - don't fight it, embrace it..."
Hardtails On The Shore
Watch Steve Mitchell, Dan Skogland and Mitch Forbes smooth out the Shore on their Chromags...
Chromag: Logan Peat
Ontario-born Logan Peat shows us his riding spots in his new home on the Sunshine Coast.
Chromag Family Album – Coastal Edition
All-Star cast in an All-Star video from Mindspark and Chromag.
Exiled To Steel St.
A full day on steel Chromag hardtails touching the four corners of Whistler? How hard could that be?
All For One (By)
Often the simplest solution is the best one, and that’s the case with Morgan’s most recent drivetrain project…