The new Knolly Chilcotin rocks 29″ wheels with 170/167mm travel, front and rear, and is designed to hit the gnarliest trails around while still being able to pedal it back to the top for more. Does it deliver?
Pyga embraces the all-mountain label for the Hyrax, and I’ve been testing the bike for several weeks this winter. Despite the pandemic and the weather, I’ve managed to notch a variety of rides aboard the Hyrax, and it’s left me suitably impressed.
Full-size, full-capability folding mountain bikes have been around for a while. But how do they ride? Two models, tested.
There’s a new Rocky Mountain Instinct on the market today, and it follows in the Altitude’s tread marks, consolidating two bikes and adding future-proof frame features and even more adjustability.
The non-electric Canyon Spectral was one of my favorite bikes tested in 2020. Does that same balanced and dialed ride feel come across when a little juice (and weight) is added in? I’m about to find out.
The Cotic Jeht is a steel, full suspension mountain bike with 140mm of rear travel that is more rabbit than rhino.
The Deviate Highlander all-mountain bike sports 140mm of rear travel with the speed capability of a much longer travel bike. .
Fully prepared to slay everything from jump trails to white-knuckle, double black diamond downhill runs, the 2021 Trek Slash 8 provides more performance than you could even purchase in a mountain bike five years ago.
The 2021 Specialized Stumpjumper EVO is incredibly adaptable, going from trail to enduro at the flip of a chip, and spin of the headset.
A high single pivot and an idler pulley on a 140mm 29er? Deviate Cycles does things a little differently.