This is a pretty interesting little watch. Gives a bit of insight into exactly what goes into testing suspension in the real world. Whack music though.
With the first round of the World Cup only a month away, everything is starting ramp up and everyone is cramming in last minute testing and training. Finn Iles takes off to the warmer south in search of a few extra seconds.
Joel Anderson decides to see what his Deity equipped Specialized is capable of. Raw UK thrashing at it’s best
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.
37 years after Stumpjumper 1.0 was launched, Specialized has just rolled out a totally revamped Stumpy and we even had the chance to ride it last week at the Wairoa Gorge
Specialized NZ and Joe Nation have today announced a sponsorship for the 2018 season for bikes, tyres, helmets, shoes, wheels and suspension.
One of the best video diaries of the Enduro World Series - On Track with Curtis Keene is back, albeit a bit late. Check out episode one as they look back to the mud bath in Rotorua
Afton are another newcomer in what seems a flood of new shoe brands, but the stylish look and comfort have got everyone talking. Want to be the snazziest dude among your mates? Look no further.
The Flat pedal shoe market has thickened recently, and one brand leading the charge is Ride Concepts. We did some skids this summer in a long term test, and are stoked there is a new player in the mix.
The Orbea Rallon is a hot topic. Good looking and extremely well put together, this pedigree machine gets the carpark talking. We got to spend a few days aboard the Spanish rig and collated some thoughts inside.
We got to spend some of our summer thrashing around on this beast. A user friendly 180mm do it all park bike, that’ll pop jumps and rip turns till the cows come home. Get in.
Two bikes for the price of one? Canyon’s new Strive enters with 29” wheels and a revised shapeshifter giving you a 135mm trail bike and a 150mm enduro weapon at the press of a button. Does it live up to the hype?
We take a look at Whyte’s short travel 130mm 27.5 trail which has all the hallmarks of their bigger rigs. This bike questions the big travel trends and makes us take a look at what we actually require out of a bike. Is big actually better?