Trek Procaliber 9.6

Trek Procaliber 9.6 Review

Sure, you can ride the Trek Procaliber 9.6 whenever and wherever you like but the raison d’être of this bike is to perform between race tape.

Merlin Malt 725 Steel SLX Hardtail Review

Merlin Malt 725 Steel hardtail, a great choice for the long distance cyclist after a reliable bike to travel long distances on.

Revel Rail29

Revel Rail29 X01 Eagle Review

The Revel Rail29 is the flagship of the brand\'s stable. More popular in 29in than 27.5in; designed for the technical mountains of Colorado.

Production Privée Shan No5

Production Privée Shan No5 review

The Production Privée Shan No5 will also accept 27.5in wheels too but you’ll need to swap the shock yoke to make the conversion.

Pipedream Cycles The Full Moxie review

Pipedream Cycles The Full Moxie is a 4130 CroMo, single pivot, full suspension bike that can be run as a 29er, 650b or mullet.

GT Sensor ST Carbon Pro: First Ride Review

The GT Sensor ST Carbon Pro is a reminder of how capable modern trail bikes are, especially if you get the geometry at such perfect balance.

Pivot Firebird 29 Ride SLX/XT Air review

The Pivot Firebird 29 utilises DW-link suspension offering 165mm of travel, and is paired with a 170mm travel Fox 38 Performance fork.

New Propain Tyee: first ride review

The new Propain Tyee is an evolution of the previous Tyee. Which may not make for most exciting news but does make for a similarly fun ride.

best enduro mountain bikes

160mm Bike Test: Brit Boxed Burly Bikes

What do you do with three bikes that are hard to pigeonhole? You ride them, a lot, and enjoy it.

bird aeris 9

Bird Aeris 9 review

The Bird Aeris 9 is a 160mm travel full suspension 29er made out of aluminium. Designed, specced and assembled in Britain.

Privateer 161 GX review

4-bar is one of the oldest designs in biking (hey, it clearly works), so it was always the geometry that was the USP of the Privateer 161 GX.

Saracen Ariel 60 Pro review

Despite the rolling of years, changes in wheel size options, suspension technology improvements, the Ariel 160 Pro remains true to its origins.

Transition Smuggler

Transition Smuggler: First Ride Review

Tim Wild gets a sneak ride on the new Transition Smuggler before its UK release. Snozberry Spectacular! The bike is due for release in the UK through Windwave in early…

Ibis Mojo 4

Ibis Mojo 4 review

The Ibis Mojo makes a great case for the validity of the 27.5 trail bike, with a nimble, poppy bike that’s happy to take on anything.

WHY 2K? Full-suspension bikes under £2000 test

Benji and Rhys look at the world of £2k full suspension bikes. Can a good ride be had at this price?

Revel Rascal

Revel Rascal XT Build review

The Revel Rascal XT Build is a good-looking, playful machine that will back you up when the going gets tough, whether that’s uphill or down.

Boardman MTR 8.9

Boardman MTR 8.9 review

The Boardman MTR 8.9 has an awful lot going for it.The cover of this book may look 2013, but it reads just in 2023.

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.