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Race Face Aeffect R mountain bike cranks rally hard for less coin; new dropper...

The Race Face Aeffect R crankset comes in with a high end design and low end price. Made for riders on a budget that...
2020 Knolly Warden enduro mountain bike updated with longer travel

Updated 2020 Knolly Warden enduro mountain bikes go longer, then longer still

The fully updated Knolly Warden takes what made it special, then gives it a fresh linkage, more travel, and a wider rear footprint. And...
new roller bearing shock mounts for 2020 rear shocks

Fox smooths rear shock motion w/ roller bearing mounts, FIT4 damper updated everywhere

New for 2020 Fox rear shocks is an 8mm x 30mm roller bearing rear shock mounting kit, helping the mounting points move more freely...

First Ride: 2020 Specialized Enduro can climb, but it’s really all about that descent

Before we could ever take the first run at Northstar on the new Enduro, we had to climb. Instead of hopping on the perfectly...

2020 Specialized Enduro 29 Model breakdown – complete spec, pricing, & geometry

By now you have probably seen that Specialized has an all new Enduro. In an effort to make it the fastest Enduro ever, all...

Specialized speeds up the Enduro with 29″ wheels, more travel, & all new frame...

Faster in every situation. If you distill the new Enduro down to one main tenet, it seems to be this. Faster while coasting. Faster...

First Ride Review: 2020 Rocky Mountain Slayer Carbon 29” manhandles gnarliest trails

Some bikes are definitely a product of their environment. The redesigned 2020 Rocky Mountain Slayer couldn’t feel any more at home than it does...

Rocky Mountain ‘s 2020 Slayer gets bigger, longer, slacker and now offers 29” wheels

It’s tough to decide what’s the bigger news - that the Rocky Mountain Slayer has undergone a full redesign since its last iteration in...

e*thirteen grabs on to new 35mm aluminum & carbon bars plus matching stems

It's taken awhile, but it seems like 35mm handlebars are becoming the MTB standard for aggressive riding. The bars and stems are showing up...

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