The Troy Lee Designs D3 Carbon is a lightweight, good-looking full-face that offers great protection.
Riders coming from a XC background will enjoy the Giant Anthem Advanced SX as their enduro bike, and downhillers will like it as their XC bike.
The Pearl Izumi Canyon Shorts and Superstar Skirt are lightweight and comfortable for biking, but it may be a good idea to try them on first.
The Breezer Repack Team has a unique suspension design and it may be the most efficient all mountain bike we’ve tested.
The FSA Afterburner disc brakes offer fantastic lever feel and great stopping power for XC and trail bikes.
The GT Sanction is a purpose-built machine that likes speed and steep terrain more than most 160mm bikes on the market.
The GT Helion is a solid option if you’re looking for a XC or light-duty trail bike, and you’re not a fan of 29” wheels.
Club Ride’s women’s bike apparel is a combination of high performance and great style.
The WTB Trail Boss is one of the best tires we’ve tested for all-around trail bike duties.
In 2.5 months of testing, the SRAM Guide RSC brakes have been reliable and powerful, while providing outstanding modulation.
Fox has redesigned a number of their forks for 2015, and the new 34 Float may be the best in its class.
One of the most impressive 29ers we’ve tested, the Intense Carbine 29 can be ridden hard on descents and offers great pedaling efficiency.
The 2014 Giant Glory is a popular DH bike that ought to be agile yet stable. Unfortunately, the setup on our bike didn’t produce that result…
If you like the way a virtual pivot point suspension handles, the lightweight Intense Tracer 275C leaves little to be desired.
Some of our bike reviewers tested a range of Specialized’s bike apparel on our recent trip to Whistler, BC. Here’s what they found.
The Salsa Horsethief Carbon feels far more capable than most 120mm bikes, and effectively bridges the gap between shorter-travel 29ers and longer-travel AM / enduro bikes.
The Alpinestars Bionic Neck Support Tech Carbon is a lightweight neck brace that allows for a good range of motion.
Some of our bike reviewers tested a range of Dakine’s bike apparel on our recent trip to Whistler, BC. Here’s what they found.
The new Transition Patrol 2 is a solid choice if you’re looking for a poppy, well-rounded trail bike in the 155mm range.
The new Giant Reign Advanced 27.5 1 is a strong contender in the All Mountain category, and will appeal to anyone spending a lot of time running steep, nasty trails.