The Freerider VXi Elements is a definite improvement over the old Impact, and works very well in wet, cold conditions.
If you want a 29er tire that puts a premium on traction and will go around a corner as fast as you want it to, the 45NRTH Nicotine is a great option.
If you’re looking for a relatively inexpensive switch to a 1X setup for your cyclocross bike, the Wolf Tooth narrow / wide ring is a solid choice.
We tested these wheels for about a year and a half, and found them to be exceptionally durable and well designed.
In our first look at the Trek Superfly 8, we talk about fit and initial impressions of this XC hardtail.
The Ogio Baja 70 Hydration Pack does exactly what it’s intended to do: carry your essential ride supplies comfortably and securely.
The Heckler’s been around for 18 years, but it got some major updates for 2014. We put it through its paces and found that it’s still a versatile, all-mountain machine.
After testing the Sonic Short Sleeve, Jason Hutchins is left with one question—why aren’t there more companies making wool MTB jerseys?
Blister’s bike editor Noah Bodman put the Specialized Command Post BlackLite to the test, and found it lacking in a few key ways.
The POC Crane is a durable, lightweight helmet suitable for your urban / park / freeride / enduro pursuits.
It’s not the newest bike on the market, but here’s why we think the Ibis Mojo HD is still a worthy, versatile rig.
These socks from Swiftwick are designed to be better for the environment, without sacrificing wicking abilities or comfort.
A look at some of the noteworthy new products we played with during the Interbike demo days, including the DVO Emerald fork, the Thomson dropper post, and the Smith Optics Forefront helmet.
Our test ride showed that the Norco Range can still hold its own among next year’s fleet of 27.5″ wheeled bikes.
For $3,500, the Giant Trance is a great bike with a solid parts spec that will work well on a wide variety of trails.
The GT Fury is a big, stable bike, and a glance at the World Cup podium is evidence that it’s an extremely capable DH machine.
The Yeti SB95 does a great job treading the line between an all-arounder that likes going uphill all day, and an all-mountain bike that focuses on descending.
The Specialized Enduro 29 will blast through rock gardens at speed better than any other bike we rode at Interbike.
The Santa Cruz Bronson is a long-ish travel bike that’s just as happy going up or down.
Of all the bikes we rode at Interbike, the Pivot Mach 6 Carbon was the most rewarding bike to ride hard, and is extremely capable in pretty much every category.