The Sage Powerline titanium 29er mountain bike features timeless construction with a fairly progressive design that should serve riders for years to come. It’s like getting an XC race bike, bikepacking rig, and everyday trail bike in a single package.
We take the all-new Rocky Mountain Slayer for a ride and talk about what it does best, as well as a few things that surprised us about this long-travel mountain bike.
Gerow gives us the low down on his personal mountain bike, the Ancillotti Scarab Evo 29, a custom built aluminum enduro 29er.
We spent a few months this summer riding the GT Sensor, a 130mm travel 29er with a 140mm fork. In this video, we take it for a review ride, and talk about what the Sensor does best.
The newest generation of the Rocky Mountain Slayer is a gravity killer, but how do this mountain bike’s other capabilities fare?
This year the Singletracks staff tested 26 current model mountain bikes, ranging from XC to (almost) DH, and these are our 9 favorites.
The Occam has its crosshairs on your bike quiver. We have one in for a long-term test to see if it can make the shot.
The 2020 GT Sensor is aggressive enough for bike park trails and easy enough to pedal for all day mountain bike adventures.
I recently tested a 2015 Giant Reign to see how it stacks up against the 2019 long-travel 27.5″ mountain bikes I have ridden, and was surprised to enjoy most of what the bike has to offer.
With the updated linkage kit, the rear end traction becomes laughably good, and there is still plenty of spongy bounce in the mid-stroke to keep the bike playful.