What happens when you bolt a 160mm travel fork on the front of a steel hardtail? Find out in our review of the Chromag Wideangle 27.5
Orbea have split their Occam into two bikes: the Occam AM, and the shorter travel Occam TR that we’ve got here. How does it go? Barney explains
The Santa Cruz Hightower introduces 27.5+ compatibility into the long-travel 29er full suspension platform. And Barney digs it a lot.
Orange have refined the Segment with V2.0, but just how different is it from the original? Chipps sets off on a trail-riding mission to find out.
A classic steel 29in mountain bike gets reborn with plus-compatibility. But does the Singular Swift live up to lofty expectations? Read on to find out.
With 150mm of rear travel and the capability of fitting up to a 160mm travel fork, this hard-hitter from Down Under is capable, tough and oodles of fun.
With 27.5in wheels and 120mm of rear travel, the Zesty XM replaces last years Zesty TR 29er. But was the wheel change the right move? Wil investigates.
Intense’s brand new Primer 29in trail slayer, given the full review treatment
Is the Trek Procaliber the most comfortable hardtail on the market? Wil investigates with his longerm test bike
One of the most versatile mountain bikes out there? David Hayward has been aboard. Is it truly a Shapeshifter?
We’ve had one of Intense’s new monster truck bikes in on test for a while
Tom Nash puts a Spectral Al 8.0 EX through its paces at Tweedlove, and in Scotlands finest weather