We’ve tested and reviewed many of these bikepacking products so you can feel prepared on your next trip.
Mixing wheels on a 29er or 27.5 mountain bike comes with a number of pros and cons to consider. We look closely at how it affects geometry.
The Bontrager Foray is a great shoe for anyone who wants a mid-range XC/trail riding shoe and values comfort and efficiency over either race-level stiffness or sending gnarly trails.
These night riding bike lights from Outbound Lighting are bright, wireless, and feature a dialed beam pattern.
The Mullet Cycles Peacemaker full aluminum frame plays best with a 150 or 160mm fork, and it can fit up to a 3″ tire in the swingarm.
The latest revision of the Orbea Rallon enduro mountain bike sees a new “Mullet Link” option for mixed-wheel fans, an added downtube storage compartment, and a crank-captured multi-tool, in addition to several geometry updates.
The Sombrio Shovel looks to be a sweet entry-level mountain bike for new riders or a second steed for folks who want to party on a hardtail occasionally.
The Singletracks team spends a lot of time in the garage swapping parts and some of our most coveted tools are ones we found at Home Depot and Amazon instead of our LBS.
The Pivot Trail 429 mountain bike blurs the line between cross-country and trail with 120mm of rear travel and 130mm up front.
The Scott Patron eRIDE is a 29er with 160mm of travel front and rear with a frame-integrated shock, battery, and motor.
The Aenomaly Constructs Switchgrade is a remote that adjusts your mountain bike saddle angle for climbing and descending. This is the story of its creation.