Shimano quietly introduced a huge 11-46t cassette last year. Wil\'s been testing several since to find out just how smoothly this thing shifts
Does Box Components have what it takes to stick it to Shimano & SRAM? We\'ve been testing the Box One 1x11 derailleur and shifter to see if it can.
Yes - an entire SRAM NX groupset costs less than an Eagle 12-speed cassette. Tom Hill tests SRAM\'s bargain basement 1x11 drivetrain.
Back in Issue #102, Chipps delivered us his experience with the long-awaited Shimano Deore XT drivetrain.
Praxis Works offers a brilliant solution for riders with 1x10 drivetrains who want a bigger gear spread.
Is the Praxis Works M30 bottom bracket the solution for creaky press-fit BBs? Wil investigates with his review of the Turn Girder M30 crankset
Rachel tests out these aftermarket chainrings, available to fit almost any set up
A little widget to enhance shifting in 10sp large sprocket conversions
It\'s at the tippy top of Shimano\'s tree - an XTR Fairy, if you will. But is it a Good Fairy Godmother? We wave our wand to see
Richard thinks he\'s a power-down don\'t-mess-with-the-set-up purist. Will this Giant Cog from Wolf Tooth persuade him otherwise?
Oval rings are selling like mad, but do they work? Chipps finds out.
He\'s an actual Doctor and he works with power meters, but did he like this one?
DH strength at XC weight? Do the Race Face SixC cranks deliver?
Greg reviews Hope\'s new, long-awaited crankset - was it worth it?
Flagship 2015 Shimano groupset - worth the cash?
Budget-only groupset option, or a cheap and cheerful upgrade?
One step down from Shimano’s top-end, racer-only XTR marque is the only difference weight and aesthetics?
How did the top of the range Shimano XTR Race Crankset fare
How did SRAM\'s S1000 Crankset fare
Are wobblecogs* the future?
How do Race Face\'s direct mount cranks measure up?
Lightweight and slick shifting? Has SRAM achieved both with this top of the range double?
It\'s a compromise but it could save you a grand, here\'s what we thought of the 1x10 extender cog
Trail double with 29er-friendly gearing?
Direct-mount security for TRSr cranks
This SLX double chainset is a perfect example of a no-nonsense chainset that runs on a reliable, but simple, bottom bracket and it does the job with little fuss.
The OneUp Components 42 tooth sprocket promises to be the \'$100 XX1 replacement\', so how does it measure up?
Bionicon have revisited the old DCD and given it a rather clever revamp for the new generation of chainslippers
Jon\'s thoughts on a lightweight chaindevice for single ringers...