specialized sworks epic hardtail world cup roval brain review

Is the Specialized S-Works Epic the fastest hardtail we've ever ridden? At 8.23kg (18.1lb) for the complete bike, it is most definitely the lightest.…

Oct 20th 1
sonder evol lee quarry wil review

What can we expect from the Evol - Sonder's first full suspension bike? Wil went over yonder with the Sonder, so you can wonder no more! …

Oct 8th 5
canyon exceed di2 hardtail carbon wil hurstwood madison step cast fox review

The Canyon Exceed is a light, fast and beautifully smooth carbon hardtail. Then we added a dropper post and fat tyres to see how hard we could push it…

Oct 2nd 0
Ibis Ripley LS review

After six months aboard the longer and slacker Ibis Ripley LS, Rob gives his feedback on this high-end trail machine…

Sep 28th 2
29er issue 113 james vincent rob crayons wil orange pivot evil review

In case you hadn’t noticed, 29ers are kind of hot right now. Wil and the test team take on three of the best to see if big wheels are back. …

Sep 25th 1
canyon neuron al 9.9 review

The perfect marathon machine from the German direct sales wizards? Antony puts Canyon's big-wheeled version of the Neuron to the test.…

Sep 21st 2
pivot switchblade lake district review

With a dw-link suspension design and 29/27.5+ compatibility, the Pivot Switchblade is one of the most high-tech carbon mountain bikes going.…

Sep 18th 0
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Is the Orange Stage 5 a better bike than the venerable Five? Wil certainly thinks so, after reviewing the smurf-a-tron as part of our 29er group test…

Sep 14th 1
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For those who are fed up of unattainable £7k wonder-sleds, the Calibre Bossnut is a decent full susser at an unbelievably low price point.…

Oct 10th 0
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The Orange Four is sometimes overshadowed by the Five, but Andi finds that the shorter travel bike is a lot more capable than you may think…

Sep 13th 0
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Can 29ers be playful? The Following from Evil Bike Co. waves its hand in the air and says "YES I BLOODY WELL CAN!" Full review within.…

Sep 12th 0
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We've had Saracen's new long travel Ariel for a couple of months, and now we can spill the beans on this chunky enduro beast…

Sep 11th 0
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Trek has committed hard to the 29+ wheelsize with the Stache 9.8 - a carbon fibre trail hardtail built around 29x3.0in tyres and a 120mm travel fork…

Sep 23rd 0
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The Salsa Woodsmoke possesses a unique look, and unique performance. Barney puts it to the test to see how this 29er plusser handles on the trail…

Sep 23rd 0
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With its slender steel frame, truss fork and unique geometry, the Jones Plus bike takes a very different approach to things. …

Aug 22nd 0
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Did this e-mtb deliver miles of fun? Hannah tests and reviews Giant's latest full suspension e-bike, which is based on the popular Trance…

Aug 11th 0
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Designed for riding all of the mountain, the InfraRed SLED is the first long-travel full suspension bike from DMR Bikes.…

Aug 9th 0
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The Shand Drove (now Bahookie) is one of the most capable dropbar 29ers going. But will it help you survive the zombie attack??…

Aug 2nd 0
review

The Olsen Ram may look bonkers with its handmade carbon fibre frame, but this bike is packed with practicality and versatility…

Aug 1st 0
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Would you pick a UK-made steel hardtail to survive the Zombie Apocalypse? Wil tests the BTR Ranger to see if it can outrun the undead…

Jul 31st 0
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Hannah bids a final farewell to the world's longest travel women's specific mountain bike; the 160mm travel Liv Hail Advanced 1…

Jul 31st 0

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