Marin Introduces the Hawk Hill Jr

Marin introduced the Hawk Hill last year, and the $1,500 trail bike has proven to be a hit for the brand. The Hawk Hill has been so successful that Marin is expanding the single model into an entire line. Two additional builds are on deck for 2018: the Hawk Hill 2 at $1,950 and the Hawk …

Whistler’s Alpine Masterpiece: Lord of the Squirrels Trail

I’m crouched off the side of the Flank trail in Whistler, carefully moving individual sticks and leaves while scanning the ground. “Shit. Shhhhhhit! Shhhhhhiiiiiiiiiiiit!!!” I’m looking for two small, black aluminum pieces that make up part of Rocky Mountain’s Ride-9 adjustable suspension system. The bike was in the slackest position when I picked it up …

Box Components One Carbon Wheelset Review

Box Components got their start in BMX but over the past few years, they’ve been making waves in mountain biking. You’ve probably seen Box’s drivetrain reviewed on Singletracks. They also offer stems and handlebars, each with Box’s unique flair. More recently, Box started producing carbon fiber wheelsets, which are reviewed here. Specs Externally, the Box One …

Yakima HighSpeed Fork Mount Tray Review

Out of all types of bike racks, hitch racks garner the most coverage on our website, but roof top racks are still a great choice for many mountain bikers. For one, smaller cars can’t take a 2-inch hitch which limits their capacity to two bikes, in some cases three, tops. If you live in a city, raising …