“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.
Here are January’s MTB feature stories if you missed them. We spoke with innovators pushing the limits of frame design and wheel sizes, and of course, we spoke with mountain bike advocates and trail builders who are out there trying new things.
Three bikes with one frame? Yes please! A $60 lower shock mount swap takes this mountain bike from a 130mm 29er to a 160mm mixed wheel ripper.
The Digit Datum mountain bike frame utilizes a unique “three-bar” suspension design that eliminates extra links for a sleek look.
A ski resort one hour northwest of Las Vegas will add a downhill mountain bike park and trail system for the 2022 season after the resort and a conservation group resolved a dispute over the Mount Charleston Blue Butterfly.
If you’ve ever raced XC or marathon you likely have an internalized sense of what Red Zone means, and those are precisely the disciplines these MTB wheels were designed for.
The company says their United Bicycle Institute trained staff mechanics are certified to work with forks and shocks from DVO, Fox, Marzocchi, Öhlins, and Rock Shox.
If you decide to jump on the electric mountain bike bandwagon, there are a few things to consider as far as handling and fitness are concerned.
The apparel designers at Rapha aren’t messing about with their new MTB apparel line and the latest piece of kit is a set of kneepads that retails for $110.
Here are some examples of bike tools that quickly pay for themselves, allowing you to save heaps of cash for more fun things.