Whyte ELyte 150 Works review

Combined, the good motor, brilliant build kit and great frame of the Whyte ELyte 150 Works makes for a fabulous mountain biking experience. Which it should do. Because it costs...

Yamaha YDX Moro 7 review

This Yamaha YDX Moro 7 is in the shiny 30th Anniversary colourway. Yep, 30 years since Yamaha’s first foray into pedal assist bikes. Pros Cons In a sea of perfectly...

Vitus E-Mythique LT VRS review: Quite Good (While It Lasted)

The Vitus E-Mythique LT VRS launched as a brand new entry-level full-power e-bike model with 160mm of rear travel, an alloy frame, mixed wheel sizes and a 95Nm Bafang M510...

Cannondale Moterra NEO SL first ride: 19.5kg, 85Nm, 601Wh

The Cannondale Moterra NEO SL really does deliver on the brand’s aim to build ‘The lightest full-power mountain bike ever’. Apparently the Cannondale Moterra NEO SL came about after an...

Canyon Neuron:ON CF 8 review

As a short-travel but full-power eMTB, I think the Canyon Neuron:ON has tough sales game ahead of it. But to dismiss it might be to miss out on a great...

Lapierre EZesty AM LTD review

In a nutshell, the Lapierre EZesty AM LTD is a 140/140mm travel, mid-power, carbon framed, 18.5kg, electric trail bike. Pros Cons In a nutshell, the Lapierre EZesty AM LTD is...

Norco Sight VLT C2 review

The Norco Sight VLT C2 may not be the bike you think it is; it’s very much an all dayer climber ‘n’ cruiser. Did I mention how well it climbs?...

Haibike Lyke CF 10 review

This Haibike Lyke CF 10 is one of those new fangled mid-power e-MTBs. 140mm travel at both ends. Full 29er. 60Nm of torque provided by the Fazua Ride 60 system....

SRAM Powertrain motor is a game changer

Regardless of how it performs, the new SRAM Powertrain motor means the bike industry has more of a one-stop-shop than ever before when it comes to speccing their e-MTBs. Shimano...

Cairn E-Adventure Limited Rambler Edition review

Cairn E-Adventure Limited Rambler Edition is a great commuter bike that can handle a bit of singletrack and bike-packing mini-adventures. Pros Cons Let’s get straight to conclusion. Although this bike...

Saracen Ariel 50E Review

The Saracen Ariel 50E may only have 60Nm torque but there’s no way Benji would trade in this bike’s amazing handling prowess in exchange for 25 more Nm. Pros Cons...

Canyon Neuron:ON CF8 First Ride Review

The new Canyon Neuron:ON is the trail bike of the e-assisted Canyon stable. Hannah was out at the launch in northern Italy to try it out, here’s her first ride...

Canyon Strive:ON CFR – First Ride Review

Canyon has launched a new addition to its electric line up: the Strive:ON. This ditches the Shapeshifter of the non-electric version, and sets its eye firmly on E-Enduro racing. Developed...

Canyon Torque:ON CF 9 – First Ride Review

Canyon has launched the new Torque:ON CF, an electric self–uplift bike, this time in carbon fibre. It’s quite a different beast to the alloy Torque:ON, and something of a step-sibling...

Canyon Grand Canyon:ON – First Ride Review

The Grand Canyon:ON is pitched as a bit of a do-it-all explorer. Not so much a mountain bike for the keen trail rider, but more of a go most places...

New Specialized Levo SL – This Is The Droid You’ve Been Looking For

Specialized may not have been first to come to market with a mid-power offering but the new Specialized Levo SL is most definitely worth the wait. As with the previous...

Specialized Turbo Kenevo SL Comp

Specialized Turbo Kenevo SL Comp review

The Specialized Turbo Kenevo SL is a fabulous trail bike. It’s not a bike just for self-shuttling. This bike loves it out on the hills. Three things I loved: Three...

Giant Trance X Advanced E+ Elite First Ride Impressions

This re-designed e-MTB was launched on the 21st March and you can read our launch story here with all the details on the range and specs. The Ride So, loads...

YT Decoy MX Core 3 review

The YT Decoy MX is now available with an optional bigger battery. Bigger battery + smaller rear wheel = E-greatness? Well, it wasn’t quite as straightforward as that… YT Decoy...

Cannondale Moterra Neo 3 review

Hannah takes the Cannondale Moterra Neo 3 through the winter slop. Or is it the Moterra that’s taking her out into it? Three things I liked Three things I’d change...

Specialized Turbo Levo S-Works

Specialized Turbo Levo S-Works review

The Specialized Turbo Levo was the first e-bike model introduced by Specialized. It’s based around the Stumpjumper ‘acoustic’ model with the trademark FSR rear suspension that has that strange looking...

Whyte E-160 RSX review

Whyte Bikes has come an awful long way since the actual days when Mr Whyte was involved. From pioneering mega-complex multi-link machines with non-telescopic suspension forks (the PRST-1) through to...

Trek Fuel EXe reviewed (finally)

The new Trek Fuel EXe is an important bike. It’s attracting a lot of attention from the e-curious who don’t think much of the current e-bike offering from elsewhere. NB:...

Mondraker Crafty Carbon RR review

The Mondraker Carbon Crafty RR has 150mm of rear travel, a carbon frame, a Bosch Performance Line CX Gen4 motor and a 750Wh battery. Brand: Mondraker Product: Crafty Carbon RR...

Canyon Spectral:ON CFR LTD review

The Canyon Spectral:ON CFR LTD is the top of the model range: RockShox Ultimate Flight Attendant system controls a 150mm travel Lyrik and a SuperDeluxe rear shock delivering 155mm of...

Whyte E-160 RSX 29er First Ride Review

The Whyte E-160 now comes in all of the wheel size flavours. It’s a height-dependent wheel size smorgasbord though. Any size bigger than a S is available in either full...

YT Decoy 29 Core 3

YT Decoy 29 Core 3 review: still the best ebike?

YT has seemingly always been about giving the people what they want. The original Decoy was a pioneering playbike, so what does the big wheel version offer and to whom?...

Ghost E-Riot Trail Pro review

The Ghost E-Riot Trail Pro has 140mm rear and 150mm front travel on a frame consisting of a carbon front triangle and aluminium one-piece rear, with forged one piece rocker....

Propain Ekano Performance

Propain Ekano Performance review: suits me, sir

Does the Propain Ekano Performance\'s capable suspension and fun handling overcome its modest battery and Brexit-tastic price hike?

New Santa Cruz Heckler: first ride review

Where the previous Santa Cruz Heckler was considered the electric Bronson, the new Heckler is much more like an electric Hightower.