Two more rounds of the Enduro World Series to go, with Ainsa, Spain the next stop this weekend. Richard Cunynghame's preview shows that it's going to be dry, loose and fast!
Trek have revised their Fuel Ex line with a load of smart upgrades, the standard longer, slacker but also detail touches such as internal storage and Knock Block system. A very capable bike just became a whole lot more. Get the details inside.
Welcome to the 2020 Enduro. With 170mm travel, and a strict carbon only policy to keep weight down, the new Enduro is going to turn some heads. Details inside
Get a load of this thing. The 2020 Kona Process 134 looks set to jump on many wishlist’s including mine. Chrome? yes please, Carbon? Go on. 29? Yeah sure. Get the details inside.
Santa Cruz have reached into their bag of tricks, and conjured up the all new Hightower. A completely revised version of their extremely popular 150mm 29er. We got to get an early ride aboard this beautiful machine on some equally stunning dirt. Here’s the lowdown…
Bosch’s new line up of motors, batteries and apps look set to take Ebiking to the next level
Erice Van Leuven and his mates shredding on the new kids Clash
Round 4 of this year’s Enduro World Series went down on the weekend in Val Di Fassa in the Italian Dolomites…Check out all the action
Here to save you time and provide you the very best behind the scenes from the weekends World Cup racing. Enjoy.
The first round is done and dusted and what a race. Thank god the weather held off, and gifted us some extremely tight racing on a hell of a track proved to be a stellar way to open the season.
Ric and Chris run us through the six stages that face the riders in Derby, Tasmania for round 2 of this years Enduro World Series
A new look for Team Chain Reaction Cycles as they kick off there EWS campaign here in Rotorua. The season is here
Long, loose and dusty tracks; River swims and cold beers; Quality yarns in the memory of a legend. The 2019 DME was another winner.