Legends Never Die - Introducing the New Manitou Dorado
The longest-standing inverted downhill-specific fork is back with a 37mm chassis, new guts, and three trims.
REVIEW | EDITORIAL
Riding Tall With The Manitou Mezzer Pro IRT Fork
The baddest-looking fork Manitou has ever made, the Mezzer stands tall with the proven IRT air spring and a new MC² sealed bladder damper...
Teardown | First Impressions
Manitou Mezzer Pro Suspension Fork Ridden
First thoughts on a great looking beast of a 29'er fork that's easily adjustable between 140mm and 180mm of travel...
Ask Uncle Dave
Uncle Dave! I hate tossing broken stuff. Where can I get things repaired instead?
"I told him that he could try to find some new springs for his fork, but that there was a good chance he might not be able to..."
Sweating The Small Stuff At Crankworx 2019: Part 1
The first in a three-part series of the gear and trends that caught my eye at the 2019 edition of Crankworx Whistler.
Manitou and Hayes Plotting a Comeback
Once Hayes and Manitou were at the top of the heap - these products make it clear they are serious about getting back there...
Long Term Review
Manitou Mattoc Pro Fork
The Mattoc Pro is more adjustable than the competition, offers solid performance and sells for hundreds of dollars less...
Coil Forks VS Manitou IRT Air
Coil Forks are as hot as Gwin's brakes at the Val Di Sole finish - but are we chasing something that no longer meets our needs...
Teardown | First Look
Inside Manitou's Moto-Inspired Mattoc (Magnum) Pro
A full breakdown of Manitou's premium 29+ fork as Andrew prepares to compare it to the basic Comp model on the Trek Stache.