First Ride Review: 2020 Kona Process 134 CR 29 is a playful, well-rounded trail...

As the swiss army knife of MTB’s, a good all-around trail bike has to do several things well. With their redesigned 2020 Process 134s,...

Kona creates a new Process 134 with slimmer lines, full carbon frame option

Kona’s all-new 2020 Process 134 is a highly versatile trail slayer that was designed to combine the best attributes of the Process 111’s and...

First Ride: The Specialized Epic HT is a rad race hardtail

For a hardtail, there's a lot going on with the new Specialized Epic HT. While weight will always be an important factor for the...

New Specialized Epic HT is more comfortable, capable, AND lighter weight

What makes the ultimate XC hardtail? For years it seemed to be the combination of super light weight and razor sharp handling. But now...

EVOC gives bikepacking bags a twist with Boa Fit System for handlebars & seat...

EVOC gave us a little taste of their new bikepacking line at Sea Otter, but apparently the best was yet to come. The bag...

Orange Charger rails the trail with 150mm travel & Shimano STEPS E8000 system

Orange Bikes set out to create a new trail-focused e-MTB package, and just announced the 27.5”-wheeled, 150mm-travel Charger. As part of their E.P.O. (Electric...

First Ride: Attempting to tame the Scottish Highlands on the new Hope HB.130

Hope Bikes have been a long time in the making, but now they've released their second HB, the HB.130. Built with shorter travel and bigger...

Hope teases 35mm bar & stem, still waiting for Shimano’s Micro Spline permission

The new carbon HB.130 might be getting all the attention recently, but Hope also had another new bit of carbon floating around at the...

Hope HB.130 aspires to be the perfect do-it-all trail bike

Like most truly great products, the Hope Bike line was born from the brand's desire to build a bike that they wanted to ride....

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