Jon has been wandering around the pits and expo area this morning looking for anything new and interesting to take pictures of. Here’s what he’s come up with so far… Elite Women’s Qualifying has just finished – we’ll post up the results shortly but Rachel Atherton fastest down the hill so far. Mark is updating […]
Worried that your hardcore hardtail just isn’t niche enough? Well, worry not – the gentlemen at Silverfish UK have sent us news of the arrival of two special edition Evil hardtail frames, all the way from the US of A. We imagine the levels of stoke are sky high right now. Here’s what they have […]
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 […]