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Mountain Bikes and Gear
SRAM Flight Attendant Review
The DVO Sapphire D1 Fork has a Perfect Blend of Traction and Support
How Often do you Service Your MTB Suspension?
How RockShox Tests and Develops Suspension, and Why Service Intervals Matter
Fox 34 Step-Cast Review: a Svelte, Plush, and Sturdy MTB Fork
DVO Topaz 3 Review: Aftermarket Suspension with an Edge on the Competition
Fox Revises FLOAT Lineup, Adds Lightweight XC Shock
How to Dial in MTB Suspension from Sag to Rebound for Every Trail
This Might be the Best Air Fork Upgrade on the Market
Marzocchi Bomber Air Shock Performs Great, More Affordable Than Fox [Review]
How Does the Öhlins RXF34 m.2 Compare to a Fox 34? A Review of the Race-Bred Öhlins Trail Fork
Manitou R7 Expert Fork Provides Legit XC Race Support [Review]
The Updated Fox 36 Fork Sheds Grams for Lighter All-Mountain Builds
The updated Fox 36 "all-mountain" fork sees an updated axle and crown with 150-160mm of suspension travel.
How eMTB Suspension Kinematics and Pivot Placement Are Different (And How They're Not)
We asked Giant Bicycles engineer Fedde Taekema what, if anything, is special about e-bike suspension kinematics.
How to Select a Good Test Trail for Dialing in Your MTB Suspension Setup, with Chris from RockShox
Let's learn how to pick the best testing track for balancing our bike suspension with squish expert Chris Mandell.
First Look at Öhlins 120-130mm RXF 34 m.2 Updated "Downcountry" Trail Fork
The Öhlins RXF 34 m.2 trail fork will only work with 29" wheels, it has a 44mm offset, and either 120 or 130mm of travel that can be changed by swapping part of the air spring.
Upside Down MTB Fork Advantages, According to Pablo from Bright Racing Shocks
"Upside down" mountain bike forks promise some impressive advantages over their mainstream counterparts. Of course there are challenges as well, and Bright Racing Suspension is seeking to produce the optimal solution.
Paradox MTB Prototype Promises Near-Hardtail Pedaling Efficiency with Radical Suspension Design
The Paradox mountain bike suspension design seeks to move the bottom bracket to the rear triangle to increase pedal efficiency.
Fox DHX Coil Shock Munches the Chunder [Review]
The Fox DHX mountain bike coil shock is simply designed for trail riding.
Front and Rear MTB Suspension We Tested This Year: 9 Forks and 3 Shocks
These are the mountain bike forks and shocks Singletracks tested and reviewed in 2021.
When Should I Lock Out My MTB Shock or Fork?
Tips for deciding when it's best to use the lockout on your mountain bike fork or shock, and when it's ok to leave it alone.
Coil vs. Air-Sprung Shocks After a Few Seasons Aboard a Steel Slinky
Coil shocks aren't for every rider or every ride, and are different from air shocks along a few key dimensions.