NEVER TOO LATE
2022 Gift Guide - Week 5
You can still make some last minute magic happen, or at least be armed with belated gifts or something for yourself to celebrate any occasion you see fit.
Behind the Brand
Crankbrothers - 25 Years on the Trail
Leaving the carcass of a tarnished image is tough in the bike business, but the (new) Crankbrothers is up to the challenge...
Crankbrothers X Crisis Support Line Dream Bike Giveaway
Crankbrothers, Forbidden, Cane Creek, SpokeX, TRP, and others have teamed up with Crisis Text Line to bring awareness to mental health. One lucky donator will be receiving a custom mountain bike built up for the effort...
FIRST IMPRESSIONS | TEARDOWN
Crankbrothers Highline 11 Carbon Dropper Post
The new top-end Highline dropper uses Crankbrothers' proven internals and a carbon fiber shaft. Does it herald a future of carbon sliding surfaces?
Crankbrothers Stamp Shoes
Can Crankbrothers' first flat pedal shoe deliver the elusive bite that was once found only on Five Ten shoes?
FIRST IMPRESSIONS | PRODUCT LAUNCH
Crankbrothers Stamp Flat Pedal Shoes
Crankbrothers introduces flat pedal and clip-in shoes with three lacing options each - with the Stamp Lace, flat pedal shoe reviewed here...
No vaporware here - just currently existing or easy DIY collaborations that could improve your on-trail experience with wrenching, pedaling, and ergonomics.
A CLIPLESS SHOE REVIEW
Bontrager Rally Clip-In Shoes
These are not the carbon-soled rigid slippers our tester normally prefers, but with the right pedals the flexibility here might just work...
Crankbrothers Highline 7 Dropper Post
Max travel goes up along with return speed and warranty, while the price goes down...
Mullet Mania - Crankbrothers Launch the Synthesis Mixed Wheelset
Niner in the front, 650b in the back, now with Microspline and SuperBoost!
Crankbrothers Launches the F15 Stevie Smith Memorial Edition Tool
All funds from the sale of the F15 Memorial Edition will be going to the Stevie Smith Legacy
Crankbrothers Rose Pedal Cleats
One of four options in Crankbrothers' cleat program serves up a reduced release angle and a more positive release point...
Flat pedal REVIEW
Crankbrothers Stamp 1 Flat Pedal
Serviceability and aftersale support puts these low-budget pedals in a class of their own.
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...
REVIEW | EDITORIAL
Crankbrothers Eggbeater Pedals - Enhanced Stance
Love the wider stance of the Mallet DH or Mallet-E LS but prefer the more diminutive pedal body of the Candy or Eggbeater? Crankbrothers has an axle for that...
NOTHING WITH BATTERIES
Dear Santa - Andrew's List
Magnets and Metal and Plastic and NeoShell
3 Even Fresher Products For Spring 2018
A Wolf Tooth Headset with lots of colour, some full-featured lace-up clip in shoes from Scott, and a floor pump for the end of times from Crankbrothers...
Year in Review
Best Of 2017 - Andrew's List
The gear that caught Andrew's attention and continues to surpass expectations to this day, and some classic memories that haunt him on the trails still.
Large & Small Crankbrothers Stamp 3 Pedals
Whether you have big flippers or small tootsies, Crankbrothers' Stamp 3 pedals have you covered and they punch above their weight class...
Outdoor Demo: Treasure Hunting
Two of the more creative products found in the desert dust
Long Term Review
Crankbrothers Mallet DH Pedals
Long term and thorough - these pedals get mounted on several bikes and clipped into with three pairs of shoes...
2018 Crankbrothers Stamp 3 Pedals
The Stamp line has grown to 4 models and includes a $300 ti spindle model and a nicely designed $100 version endorsed by Danny MacAskill...
First Look | Teardown
The NEW Crankbrothers Mallet DH Pedal
The Mallet DH pedal has always been well-received in terms of function but durability and quality of workmanship has been a problem in the past...
Crankbrothers Highline Dropper : Teardown
"I'm well past the 150hr/yearly service interval and the Crankbrothers Highline dropper post was starting to sound a bit crunchy..."