A supremely fun bike to ride and own that has brought me more smiles per miles than almost any other bike I have ever owned
The Big 7 feels sharp, nimble, more sprightly; very much like a 26in but still with a slightly smoother roll over bumps.
Totally predictable handling, dead stable and as confident on twisting singletrack as any other bikes we’ve tried around this price
Californian bicycle powerhouse Specialized has been focusing attention on its big wheelers for a little longer than many…
Just because it’s not Belgian, don’t discount the Pivot. It’s a cyclocross bike for the new breed.
A harsh terrain endure bike offering massive appeal to downhillers kicking back from full-on downhill rigs
In terms of combining big hit, big wheel ability with value for money, the Remedy 9 is one of the best bikes on the market.
27.5 wheels, 140mm travel, XT/SLX spec, nice price
Isla added the Beinn 29 to the range because lots of parents who’d bought her age-specific bikes wanted a bike of the same quality for themselves.
We often wonder how mountain bikes might have looked if they’d been designed from ground zero rather than having a junkyard heritage of rescued beach cruisers dictating most things. How large would the wheels and tyres have been? How much suspension would they have had? Actually that’s one question really, as suspension back then was […]
The Pivot Les (see what they nearly did there?) is partly here to show that a fixed blade fork can be plugged into any hardtail. Okay, the Les isn’t just any hardtail. It’s the first cross-country trail hardtail produced by Arizona suspension masters Pivot Cycles.