Recent dad Matt takes Thule’s top of the line child carrier out for a spin, tow, push.
“If ever there was an explanation of why I have no interest in racing and just love riding my bike, this is it.”
It feels as if you’re going twice as fast as you should for the same amount of effort…
A helmet with a number of truly interesting and compelling features
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.
A couple of months in, how’s Sanny getting on with his Trance X 29er
In the UK you buy Canyon bikes via mail order. Whether you agree with the concept of direct sales bikes or not, they aren’t going to go away. There’s only going to be more and more brands following this business model.
Despite mountain bikes coming with disc brakes as a matter of course for a decade, at the elite level of the cyclocross world they’re still on cantilevers