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16 Gadgets for Mountain Bikers, Including Gloworm Lites with Coupon Code
Specialized and SRAM Pledge Financial Investments to Create Diversity in Cycling
Small Bike Brands Donate to Fight Against Racism, and Big Brands Enter the Discussion
2019 EWS Overall Winner Isabeau Courdurier Digs Mixed Wheel Bikes and 80's Metal [Interview]
Mountain Bike Drivetrains [Cartoon]
Watch: The Mental Game with Kate Courtney [Rising Series]
SRAM Guide RE Brakes: More Power for Less $$
New RockShox Reverb Stealth Dropper has Vent Valve for Easier Maintenance
First Impressions: The Orbea Rallon Enduro Mountain Bike
Reader Bike Check: A Pink and Prepared 2018 Scott Contessa
Mountain Bike Controls Go Wireless, From Drivetrains to Dropper Posts and Suspension [Podcast #192]
SRAM Drops Major New Product Updates: Electronic Shifting, Wireless Dropper Post
New SRAM NX Eagle Group Makes 12-speed Drivetrain More Affordable
The SRAM NX Eagle drivetrain offers 12 gears at an affordable pricepoint. The new cassette is compatible with standard, 8-, 9-, and 10-speed splined driver bodies.
MTB Bar Space is Tight, So RockShox Introduces TwistLoc for Suspension Controls
The RockShox TwistLoc is a grip-shift-style control that can lock and unlock a mountain bike fork, shock, or both.
RockShox Releases 2019 Lyrik RC2 Fork and Updates Pike, Super Deluxe Shocks
RockShox has just released a new DebonAir air spring that is now available across much of their product line, including in the new Lyrik RC2 mountain bike fork and Super Deluxe RCT shock.
Quarq ShockWiz Drops Price and Adds New Features
Quarq has dropped prices on the ShockWiz and has added new software functionality in the companion app.
Review: 400 Miles on SRAM's GX Eagle Drivetrain
Aaron logged over 400 miles aboard SRAM's new GX Eagle 12-speed drivetrain, which is much more affordable than their XX1 and X01 Eagle drivetrains and is comparably priced to the 11-speed GX gear. Overall, the performance of GX Eagle was superb.
Where Mountain Bike Drivetrains Are Going, in 2 Charts
Mountain bikers overwhelmingly prefer single chainring drivetrains. New 12-speed cassettes are quickly gaining traction, while 11-speed cassettes are still the most popular.
Nearly 30% of Mountain Bikers Already Have Boost Frame Spacing
New Carbon ROAM 60 29" Wheels from SRAM
SRAM Now Offering Oval Chainrings
SRAM GX Eagle