sram gx eagle 12 speed mountain bike group first ride review

First Rides & Actual Weights – SRAM GX Eagle mountain bike group

We all knew it was only a matter of time before SRAM Eagle 12-speed technology trickled down, so the real question was could it...

Tire Tech: How do the new 27.5″ fat bike tires measure up against 26″?

If you've been in the market for a new fat bike lately, you might have noticed a relatively new option. For years fat bikes...
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Complete SRAM Eagle Comparison – What’s the difference between NX, GX, X01 & XX1?

Now that the SRAM Eagle 1x12 groups offer a complete lineup from entry level up to top of the line, we wanted to see...

Wolf Tooth Components Master Link Combo Pliers are 6 in 1 kinds of awesome

The new Wolf Tooth Components Master Link Combo Pliers might just be the tool you didn't know you needed. Until now. According to WTC...

All new Specialized Tarmac gains aero, drops weight, and builds in a better ride

It's tour season, which means all the latest road bikes are rolling in just in time for the Grand Départ. Along with the all...

2016 Cannondale SuperSix EVO & CAAD12 road bike lineup – Actual Weights

The 2016 Cannondale SuperSix EVO carbon and CAAD12 alloy road bikes both received major makeovers from prior models, with the latter skipping an entire...
2018 SRAM DUB XO1 Eagle actual weights and tech details

SRAM DUB XO1 Eagle – Unboxed and Actual Weights

The new SRAM DUB crankset platform launched in early January, it promised to bring their lightest mountain bike cranksets to date, and the end...
2019 Shimano XTR M9100 photos installed on the bike with product development design story and background info from Bikerumor

Shimano XTR M9100 – Actual weights, pricing, design story & more photos

New XTR groups come once every four years, and as soon as one launches, they start working on the next one. It starts with...

Continental revives the King w/ all new range of mountain bike tires, goes “plus”...

The term 'Plus" has a pretty wide meaning these days. For some companies it can mean 3.0" tires or bigger. For others, like Continental,...



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