It's not like we haven't ridden SRAM's 2x10 yet, but as of Friday we have formalised the relationship. Ignoring that fact that we tested XX a while back on a lightweight race bike, the only times we've had on X7/X9 and X0 versions have either been on pre-production samples or for very brief one-off rides. But we now have ourselves a complete bike built up with all X0 bits and pieces for review in our December issue. We even snuck on a new Revelation RLTTi (20mm Maxle) fork which we will also be reviewing in December. Anyway here's what it all looked like new. Hopefully it looks like this after we've finished with it!
New to the NZ market, Whyte have a serious competitor in the ever popular playful 29er category.
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.
A well priced carbon offering from Canyon, that delivers on more than just bells and whistles.
Kona have introduced two 29’ers into their ever popular Process range, and we check out what they have to offer.
Specialized release their re-engineered Stumpjumper to the masses; and they didn’t disappoint.
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.