Jamis Faultline A2

Jamis Faultline A2 review

With a steeper seat angle, this Jamis Faultline A2 would be amazing. That one change would make all the difference.

Vitus Mythique VRX 27

Vitus Mythique VRX 27 Review

With the Vitus Mythique VRX 27 the brand has created an entry level trail shredder without the limiting entry level geometry of old.

Last Tarvo

Last Tarvo review

The Last Tarvo with its progressive geometry, stable pedal platform and predictable handling is certainly capable of a podium or two.

Vitus Sommet 297 CRS review

The Vitus Sommet 297 CRS is an enduro bike, aimed at riders who tackle steeper, rougher tracks and also fancy cable tying a race number on.

Orbea Occam M10 LT

Orbea Occam M10 LT review

Orbea Occam M10 LT - an Occam, but more so. It’s a long-legged trail bike with a focus that will chime with what many people are looking for.

Atherton AM.130 review

Atherton AM.130: First Ride Review

The 130mm travel Atherton AM.130 review. Diet Trail bike? Double Down Country? Just a Mountain BIke? Regardless, it’s a unique proposition.

Bike Test: Mountain Bikes For Winter

AKA whatever gets you through the shite. Benji leads the team through the winter murk in order to find the ‘perfect’ winter mountain bike.

Orange Switch 6 Factory review

If you want a ‘play bike’ for mucking about on steep wooded slopes it makes sense to go to West Yorkshire.

Sonder Frontier Deore Rigid review

These aren’t bikes cluelessly designed by people whose main job is designing sleeping bags. Sonder bikes are designed by real riders.

Yeti SB120

Yeti SB120: First Ride Review

Yeti might not say the D word in its description of the new Yeti SB120 but this is clearly a Down Country bike.

Canyon Lux World Cup CFR Team review

Mathieu van der Poel rides a Canyon Lux World Cup Team, not races, as he hasn’t done a top-level mountain bike race this year.

Deviate Claymore review

The Deviate Claymore is the first long travel enduro bike from the Scottish brand. Designed to go fast on the biggest, steepest trails.

Issue 145 Bike Test – Mountain Bikes For Kids

Benji and the Singletrack Youth Squad check out mountain bikes for the mini-me riders among us.

Early Rider Seeker 20 review

There isn’t a single duff component on the Early Rider Seeker 20. Actually, I tell a lie. The chainstay protector isn’t the right size.

Frog MTB 62 review

The Frog MTB 62 is not perfect, but I can sense that perfection may well be impossible to achieve on an off-the-peg, mass-market 24 incher.

Islabikes Creig 26 review

The Islabikes Creig 26 has been in Islabikes’ range for approximately yonks. It’s one of its iconic, mainstay offerings in fact.

Marin Rift Zone XR review: coil for the trail

The Marin Rift Zone XR - XR stands for eXtra Rad - bumps the front travel up to 140mm, adds a coil shock and beefs up the build.

Vitus Escarpe 29 CRS review

Around 7 or 8 years ago the Vitus Escarpe 29 was a way better 29er trail bike than Big Brand offerings. How is the Escarpe holding up now?

Merida One Sixty

Merida One-Sixty First Ride Review: Long & Purple

The evolution of the Merida One-Sixty enduro bike sees it packed with new features. Here\'s our first impressions.

Hope HB.916

Hope HB.916 first ride review: The Perfect Bike?

The Hope HB.916 is one of the nicest looking bikes we\'ve seen. But does the 160/170mm enduro bike live up to its aesthetic promise?

Santa Cruz 5010

New Santa Cruz 5010: first ride review of mid-travel mullet

The latest Santa Cruz 5010 sees a move to mullet but the travel resolutely remains the same: 130mm at the rear, 140mm fork up front.

Trek Roscoe 24 review: great little trail bike

The Trek Roscoe 24 sports fat tyres, 1x drivetrain, wide-range cassette, sloping top tube and rear brake calliper is tucked into the frame.

Issue 144 Bike Test: WTF is a Trail Bike?

Benji and the team set out to stick to the trail, without veering off into the enduro or cross-country.

Pace RC295 AXS Ultimate review

The Pace RC295 then. Full carbon. 135mm rear travel dual linkage. 140-150mm fork. Full 29in or mullet thang with an offset shock bushing.

Specialized Stumpjumper Evo Alloy Comp

Specialized Stumpjumper Evo Alloy Comp review

The Specialized Stumpjumper Evo Alloy gets all the cool things that the carbon Stumpjumper has had for a few seasons now.

Whyte T-140 RS: First Ride Review

The Whyte T-140 is very much the classic trail bike of the Whyte range. Enough travel to cope with most things but responsive and efficient.

Canyon Spectral 125 CF 8 review

The new-for-2022 Canyon Spectral 125 has pretty much the exact same geometry as the regular 150mm rear-travel Spectral. Why?

Kona Process 153 DL 29 Review: Mellow Yellow

The latest Kona Process 153 rolls on 29in wheels and sits in the middle of the Process range; Process X on one side, Process 134 on the other.

Carbon Wasp Truffle Review: All the Speed

The Truffle is Carbon Wasp’s first foray in to a full production MTB frame. Designed, made and tested entirely in and around Leeds.

Canyon Torque 29 CF 9 review: big travel agility, big grins

The Canyon Torque 29 CF 9 is a big travel bike that won\'t sterilise the trails. Heaps of fun from the trail to the race tape, in one package.