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The Reasoning Behind Proportional Chainstays, from Two Brands Who do it Differently
Which MTB Geo Number has Gone too Far?
Are Today's Mountain Bike Stack Heights Too Low? It Depends Who You Ask.
Would You Rather Ride a MTB That's Too Big, or One That's Too Small?
How Bottom Bracket Height Affects Mountain Bike Handling
What Makes a Hardtail Hardcore? A Look at Suspension and Geometry
Two Bikes Can Look Alike on Paper and Have Very Unique Ride Characteristics
Mountain Bike Geometry Explained in 90 Seconds [Video]
Mountain Bikes Are More Capable Than Ever Before, and 2 Innovations Deserve Much of the Credit
Are Trail Bikes Still Getting Longer, Lower, and Slacker? MTB Geometry, in 2021 and Beyond
New Slack-R Headset From 9point8 Allows Angle Adjustment for Integrated Headsets
How Important is Geometry When Buying a Mountain Bike?
Survey: Which Mountain Bike Frame Geometry Measurement is Most Important to You?
With all of the discussion around mountain bike frame geometry, consumers are better prepared to select bikes that fit their riding style and trails than ever before. We want to know which of those measurements you value most.
What is Fork Offset? The Basics, Plus What it Means for Mountain Bike Handling
The talk about fork offset continues to rage in new bike releases, but what does it mean?
How to Make All of Your Bikes Fit Similarly
Geometry changes a lot from bike to bike, but a fit should always suit the rider. Gerow goes over a few fitting tips to help all the bikes in your stable feel comfortable and consistent.
How to Use Bike Geometry Tables to Help Choose Your Next Mountain Bike Frame
Mountain bike geometry numbers can be confusing, but they offer a great way to compare bikes and quantify your personal preferences.
How Trail Bike Geometry Has Changed Over the Last 2 Seasons
Trail bike geometry is still shifting for both wheel sizes, more in some areas and less in others.
What's the Difference Between Trail Bike and Enduro Bike Geometry?
What sets a trail bike apart from an enduro bike? We look at the differences in geometry and components between these two different segments of mountain biking.
We Explain Long, Low, Slack Mountain Bike Geometry [Podcast #135]
Learn what long, low, and slack mountain bike geometry really means, and why it is becoming popular with manufacturers and riders alike.
What size mountain bike do I need?
How to choose the right size mountain bike for you.
Is There a Consensus on Ideal Trail Bike Geometry? Top Brands Compared
Frame Geometry: Part 2 - Trail Handling