So we have known about this bad boy for a while now but it looks like Fox and Manitou chose Sea Otter to drop the 140mm travel 29er bomb (leaving Rock Shox Interbike to release their new 140mm all-mountain 29er). Anyhow the big news with Fox's fork is it rocks an oversize arch (to stiffen things up a bit) but most importantly it features Fox's new 34mm stanchions for even more lateral rigidity. I have a pair on back order already so as soon as they arrive in the country we will be able to give you the low down. Check the full Bikerumor post over here for all the other 2012 Fox goodness.
A 170mm 29er built to go fast as hell, and only weighs 14.4kgs with an aluminium frame. Banshee build one hell of a bike, and the new Titan lives up the hype. Get the low down inside
One of the supercars of the modern era, the Pivot Firebird has been on the lips of everyone this past year. With Ed Masters piloting one to all sorts of reults, we got the Rod Bardsley to swing his leg over a Firey Bird and deliver some wise words of his own.
Bernard Kerr stacks some clips from his annual pilgrimage to Queenstown aboard his new Phoenix 29 and mach 5.5 and a set of speed blades. Summer is fun in the south.
A 130mm 29er with modern geometry, and all the looks to go with it. GT have gone and got something right with their new Sensor.
New to the NZ market, Whyte have a serious competitor in the ever popular playful 29er category.
Those of you who read our recent review of the Process AL 29er will remember us mentioning that this beauty was on its way in carbon, well it’s here and looking sick
Claudio Caluori and Cedric Gracia take you on the DHI course of the 2015 UCI MTB World Champs.
The BBH Crew are the French trio of Bryan Regnier, Maxime Mauvais and young filmmaker Leon Perrin...