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...
Young Christchurch pinner Billy Meaclem just signed a deal with Trek Bikes and Evo cycles and after watching this edit of him you’ll see why they were so keen to get him on their team
Great news for fans of Trek’s big wheeled enduro sled the Slash, with a new expanded line up announced including a price-conscious alloy version
Just another jaw dropping edit from Brandon Semenuk and Revel.co
The best 3 minutes from the Trek C3 Project Summer Series
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.
Specialized have given their category-defining Ebike the Levo a ground-up re-design. Taking everything they learned from the 3 years spent developing the new Stumpy, they’ve crafted an entirely new Levo chassis.
Legendary freerider Graham Agassiz is looking for a riding buddy in his hometown of Kamloops. Enter Max, an 8 year old ripper and the brand new Kona Process 24 kids' bike.
It all started for Kona 30 years ago with a hardtail and they’re still pushing what a hardtail can be. Check out Kiwi charger Jake Hood ripping on the all-new Big Honzo.
Kona have added two aluminum 140mm 27.5” versions of the Hei Hei to complement their existing carbon lineup, now the Hei Hei hits the sweet spot for all budgets
Deity celebrate the launch of Brendan Fairclough’s Signature Handlebar, the BF800 BRENDOG!
Check out Sam Hill and Ben Cory shredding on the new RockShox suspension at Tasmania’a newest bike park, Maydena.