Guerrilla Gravity Trail Pistol Review


The Trail Pistol is the newest offering from Denver-based Guerrilla Gravity, which fills the gap nicely between their relatively new Pedalhead hardtail, and their staple shredder Megatrail, which I reviewed last year. It is an affordable mid-travel handmade aluminum bike with adjustable geometry engineered for the vast majority of riders on almost any terrain. Frame Features …

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A Plus Bike with No Minuses: The Ibis Mojo 3


When I rolled up to the Ibis tent at Cyclofest, I was a little bummed to see they only had plus versions of the new Mojo 3 available to demo. I’ve ridden a few plus bikes, but I’ve found that they do best on open terrain where you can sustain your speed. The trails at …

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Watch: Testing the Brand-New Ellsworth Rogue Forty

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Colton Lock out in Moab, UT for Outerbike 2016 hanging out with the guys from Ellsworth Bikes and riding the Rogue Forty. The Rogue Forty is Ellsworth’s newly-released 27.5-inch-wheeled trail bike.  The Rogue Forty is set up with 140mm front and rear suspension with a very slack feeling setup, to make this bike ready for some big hits. …

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Surly Wednesday Test Ride Review

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While part of my job is to test and review mountain bike gear, I’m also a mountain bike buyer just like everyone else.  In fact, I decided to purchase both of my current mountain bikes (a Santa Cruz Tallboy and Redline d660) after completing test rides at Interbike Outdoor Demo in previous years. Well, this year I found myself anxious …

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