Unless you've been living under a rock you've probably heard that Trek have dropped the Session FR for 2010 and instead brought a whole new freeride line, The Scratch. The Scratch will feature Trek's ABP (Active Braking Pivot) rear dropouts, Evo link and Full Floater dynamic upper and lower shock links, but the rear ABP will be a 142 x 12mm, considerably stronger than the standard 135mm and with a better chain line...
There's a litany of other adjectives you could prescribe to the lines McCaul and Brown threw down - Sketchy, heavy, and borderline suicidal all come to mind - but ultimately, the end result was jaw-dropping.
Watch McCaul, along with Ryan Howard and Dusty Wygle, turn the rugged backdrop into a playground aboard their Trek Remedy bikes.
Not only is Casey Brown paid to ride bikes for a living she also lives in Revelstoke, one of BC's coolest towns, check out some of her local trails.
Trek have launched a new proprietary suspension design as part of their partnership with Penske Racing Shocks called RE:aktiv with Thru Shaft check it out...
The sneaky shots are already out but now the new Trek Session is ready for its grand unveiling! 29ers are here to stay!
Effortless style and steeze from Utah, others have dubbed him Tom Van Steezebergen.....
Canyon have completely re-worked the Spectral and the new 140mm trail bike is not only the epitome of German engineering but a wolf in sheep's clothing.
Intense Cycles NZ announces a new way of buying Intense bikes that makes it easier and sharper priced than ever before. The new model offers two ways to buy – the choice is yours.
After a sneak peak a few weeks back at EWS Whistler we finally get to see the all new Kona Process. There are three frames, two sizes and seven models to choose from and they will be at your local Kona dealer very soon
We take the new Niner RLT 9 carbon gravel bike for a spin around beautiful Mackenzie Country, then home for a month to see how she goes..
An new initiative from Fox suspension hits NZ later this year - Fox Factory Tuning - which lets you upgrade the internals of your fork or shock to the latest and greatest while getting a service
Rumours of an all new carbon Kona Process seem to be true as spy photos of the prototypes emmerge from EWS Whistler