2021 Fox 36 Fork Reviewed
Smoother. Stiffer. More Tunable. Than Ever Before.
Fox Announces New 38 Fork and Refreshes Lineup For 2021
Built for the Enduro race circuit, the 38 blurs the line between pedaling and pure DH. Plus, big revisions for the 36 and 40.
Personal Rides: AJ's New GeoMetron G1
The only bike to grab AJ's attention since his G16 – and he plans on keeping it for some time…
Coil is the new black
Vorsprung Smashpot Coil Conversion For Fox 36 Reviewed
A look at the installation process and a thorough review of a coil conversion for Fox 36, Marocchi Z1, Rockshox Pike, Lyrik, Yari and Revelation...
Vorsprung Smashpot Coil Conversion Provides External Adjustability
"Run over everything…"
Same Same But Different
Twelve Months Later: AJ's GeoMetron G16
After twelve months the only parts that haven't been removed are the seat post and drivetrain - but the biggest change is one that is impossible on most other bikes...
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...
Push Industries ACS3 Coil Conversion Review
It was a long and circuitous route to coil-sprung happiness - but when it arrived it was was more plush than 70s shag....
Sea Otter 2018
2019 Fox & Marzocchi Hands On
Fox update the 36 with the new GRIP2 damper and release a new 34 Step-Cast fork, while Marzocchi shows the new and impressive Z1 and 58 forks...
Something Old, Something New…
Personal Rides: GeoMetron G16
AJ's GeoMetron G16 has the personal touches he wants, without the excess he doesn't need.
Fork Upgrade DIY
How To: Convert your Fox 36 to Coil with Push ACS3
A look at the installation process of a Push ACS3 coil conversion for the 2015-2018 Fox 36 Float or Talas...
Forking Magic - Push Industries Announces the ACS-3
Coil or Air spring? Yes.
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 Trek Slash 9.9 First Impressions
"Sporting 160mm travel front & 150mm rear, and a 65° head angle, this is one of the most aggressive 29'ers on the market..."
“Is this some kind of masochistic manifestation of mid-life in crisis, or just the next phase in my infatuation with bikes?”
Why do MTB Forks Suck?
Why in the name of all that is holy, does my mtb fork require constant service, but the fork on my dirtbike seems content...
2015 Ibis Mojo HD3 – First Impressions
The HD3 has arrived in North Vancouver, better equipped for the Shore than any previous Ibis...