Tag / mountain bike
Intense Bikes helped to define a new era of mountain biking with the introduction of the original Tracer. Almost 20 years later, Intense is launching their latest version of the Tracer, and it is still defining how capable and efficient a long travel all mountain bike can be. We got our hands on a test bike, and gave it a good flogging. See what we thought of this latest iteration of a legend.
HT Components are looking to break the monopoly of the pedal market held by just a handful of companies. They've pushed headlong into the market with high-end flat and clip-in (clipless) pedals that come in a vast array of colors so you can take your style game up a notch. The T1 clip-inpedals are more than bling, though. They bring stellar engagement, low weight, and a versatile platform to the plate to keep your ride powerful, efficient, and controlled.
Our Custom Collection is a blend of our favorite frames built up with handpicked parts, colors, & personalities to match. They culminate from our desire to design & build our dream bikes while providing solid performance & value. These bikes occupy a special place in our hearts, & we want to share them with you.
We got the chance to sling a leg over Yeti's latest super bike, the 29" SB-5.5c. After a solid chunk of miles and mixed terrain this 140mm bike has succeeded in breaking our preconceptions of what long travel 29ers can do. Take a look inside to see how this rig performed.
Raleigh Bicycles has a long and proud history of making performance machines of the two wheeled type. That whole history was founded on one main principle; to make bikes that are fun. We are proud to welcome the Raleigh brand to our family, and help share that fun.
Recently, Ibis invited me to their Mojo 3 launch in Santa Cruz. Since I got back, I've been annoying anyone who will listen to me about how Ibis has re-invented the wheel. So, I thought I should put my obsessed rantings into words and share them with the world.
Modern day suspension is a scientific marvel, but don't be afraid to get back to the basics and mix things up with a rigid fork once in a while. You might be surprised to discover that you learn new skills and may even really enjoy yourself.