Is 2.6in the tyre width to end all tyre widths? Wil investigates with some examples from Eurobike 2016 to see what may be coming
In keeping up with demand, Maxxis have dropped new 29in and 27.5in plus tyre options such as the High Roller II and the Minion. Ooh, and gumwalls too!
A refreshingly simple steel trail bike from Surly, the new Karate Monkey is 27.5+ compatible and features updated geometry so you can fit a 140mm fork.
Salsa have never been afraid to push the boundaries of design.
The 150mm travel Niner RIP 9 alloy offers the same geometry and handling as the carbon RDO version, but in a more affordable package.
Formula have completely redesigned their mountain bike wheels, which are available in 27mm, 30mm and 40mm internal rim widths. Check it.
Which is lighter? The RockShox SID World Cup, or the DT Swiss OPM O.D.L? Two very limited edition Olympic XC forks go head-to-head.
A lot has changed since 2009. But do you think 29er mountain bikes are any better or more accepted than they used to be?
Worth a look, if just for the amazing aero-tuck GIF. Jones gets Boost, baggage and bar ends?
Any hope of subduing him is false; the mere sight of him is overpowering – the Jones Plus
A new British-designed hardtail/fully rigid 29er for sir?