French suspension specialists release new air shock plus revised fork range
Distortion by name, distortion by nature. It’s a short travel bike with long travel angles – what’s it for?
While Jon was up at the iXS MacAvalanche he spotted a rather new looking Orange – in fact there were a couple of them kicking about, including the bike MTBCut.tv rider Joe Barnes won the event on. It’s stickered up as a Strange so it’s obviously not a production bike and Orange are keeping schtum […]
They’ve been making waves with their all-mountain and cross country bikes recently but Germany brand Cube has just released their first proper downhill bike, the two15. It’s taken a while – it’s been in development since autumn 2008 with the first prototypes ready in late 2009. Since then they’ve been tweaking the design, working alongside […]
Labyrinth Bikes are a relatively new brand to these shores but they have their origins all the way back in 1991, hailing from the Vosges region of France. We’ve had their 150mm travel, all-mountain focused Agile to test and we’ve been putting their proprietary ‘Adapt Link’ suspension system through it’s paces over the past couple […]
We take our first look at Magura’s revised Durin XC and trail fork plus the longer travel Thor