Category: From the mag

Trek Top Fuel 9.8 Review

The Top Fuel has been a staple in Trek’s line-up for many years now and its target market has always been those XC racers and enthusiasts wanting a full suspension option. However, the development of the Supercalibre as Trek’s pre-eminent XC race weapon has given the Wisconsin-based brand room to ex- pand the Top Fuel’s horizons and push it into the hotly contested, ‘downcountry’ category.

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Orange Switch 6 RS Review

Halifax in North England lies in the county of Yorkshire. There’s a saying about people from Yorkshire: “they say what they like, and they like what they bloody well say”. And that rings true when it comes to making mountain bikes.

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In the late 1980s Queenstown was a sleepy little town with a couple thousand residents. However, the early 90s saw the arrival of Generation X, and their propensity for adrenaline and thrill-seeking changed the face of the town. Skiing, snowboarding, bungy jumping, paragliding, whitewater rafting and mountaineering were perfect fits for the picturesque lake town on the edge of the Southern Alps, and action sports enthusiasts swarmed there to get extreme and hang with like-minded peers.

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Rewind | Club Life

Throwback read from 2018, focused around the amazing trails located on the southern divide, right next to some of Canterbury’s iconic clubies.

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Story: More is More

QMTBC is an amazing club, with a huge volunteer base and a passion to build the community their future is looking all too bright.

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Story: The First bite of the Baugette

Kiwi’s are lucky to have an abundance of natural landscapes in which to build trails, it just takes someone to instigate it. This is a story of a quintessential kiwi bloke with an urge to build trails.

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