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Trek Remedy Review - 2019 Bible of Bike Tests
 
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As the Slash’s smaller sibling, the Remedy has an exuberant, almost giddy trail demeanor, and that’s how Trek likes it—which is why it didn’t get extra long, crazy slack, or a reduced offset fork. Those things would’ve taken the big-BMX spirit out of the rambunctious Remedy.
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Kona Process 153 29 Review - 2019 Bible of Bike Tests
 
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Hate knowing what line to take then fighting your bike to get through it? Kona’s Process 153 29 solves line choice ambivalence, entirely. With telepathy. Which is amazing.
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What’s a good beginner bike? - Budget mountain bike
 
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Today, we'll talk about how to find an inexpensive, but trailworthy beginner mountain bike. In this video I use a $329 XC Hard tail mountain bike as an example, and even do a little bit of shredding on it. My Channel Sponsors Diamondback http://diamondback.com Box Components http://boxcomponents.com Slime Tubeless Sealant https://shop.slime.com/collections/tubeless-bicycle-tire-sealant First of all, Whiskey flask http://amzn.to/2BiAT2K And the cage for it http://amzn.to/2BMQNnf Seth’s Bike Hacks shirts by The Drop https://www.shop-the-drop.com/collections/seths-bike-hacks-collection Bike in video https://www.diamondback.com/overdrive-27-9111 Inexpensive Suntour Fork http://amzn.to/2BgnWGM Chain guide http://amzn.to/2zbgdrO Entry level trail bike: https://www.diamondback.com/hook-24187
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Evil The Offering Review - 2019 Bible of Bike Tests
 
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The BMW M5 (Evil Offering) isn’t a one trick pony like, say, the Audi R8 (Yeti SB 130). It’s comfortable and sophisticated, but also fast and menacing. You can drop your kids off to school with it with or take it on a cross-country road trip, and then head over to the track, drift every corner, and burn the Pirellis right off it.
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Giant Reign Review – 2018 Bible of Bike Tests
 
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All-mountain travel, enduro geometry, downhill focus. Riders ready? Watch the gate...
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Specialized S-Works Stumpjumper 29 Review - 2018 Bible of Bike Tests
 
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The venerable trail bike gets fancy suspension parts, a stealth paint job, and offers an argument for trail manners over radical geometry.
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Ibis Ripmo Review - 2019 Bible of Bike Tests
 
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The Ripmo embodies the term “hover bike.” It floated up rough climbs, indifferent to pedal input. Likewise, it swallowed our chunky descents while still maintaining more pop than a long-travel 29er should. That once niche category is officially ready for the masses.
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Specialized Stumpjumper Comp Carbon 27.5 Review - 2019 Bible of Bike Tests
 
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The stalwart trail workhorse that never complains, never does anything poorly, always says ‘please’ and ‘thank you,’ is no longer settling for second fiddle. It’s as slack as the Enduro. It’s 150 millimeters now. Has trail turned enduro ... does it even wear goggles?
Views: 36512 Bike Magazine
Canyon Spectral CF 8.0 | 27.5in Trail Bike of the Year 2018 | Mountain Bike Rider
 
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With the new Spectral, Canyon has built on the strength of its market-leading specification while addressing the bike’s underlying weaknesses – namely geometry and suspension. Click here to subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/MBRmagazine?sub_confirmation=1 As such, the Spectral CF 8.0 has no equal in the 27.5in segment of this test. The modern geometry and sizing let you push this 140mm trail bike to the very limits of its 2.6in tyres. It’s everything a modern trail bike should be and a deserving winner of mbr‘s Trail Bike of the Year 2018. Read more at http://www.mbr.co.uk/news/bike_news/best-full-suspension-mountain-bike-358395#5tLgV9szuZwbPpVO.99 More at: MBR: http://www.mbr.co.uk/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MBRmagazine Twitter: https://twitter.com/mbrmagazine Google +: https://plus.google.com/100709099986573088553
Views: 141434 Mountain Bike Rider
Yeti SB130 Review - 2019 Bible of Bike Tests
 
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The SB130 is built to take a high-speed beating from riders who prefer to dish out their abuse with precision and style, but who are ready to adapt to this bike’s long cockpit and wheelbase.
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Calibre Bossnut  - a hugely important mountain bike
 
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The Calibre Bossnut mountain bike costs under £1,000 and put a lot of the trail bike elite to shame. Here's why we think it's an important bike. Subscribe to Dirt TV Here- http://bit.ly/1kSlM1G Now nearly 15 years old Dirt continues to feature work from the world's top mountain bike photographers and journalists. Dirt is a magazine for riders who know whats what. Mixing the very best downhill, 4x, freeirde, dirt jumping, skidding and stunting action in the world. Dai Robot also works here. Dirt brings you all things mountainbike, from World Cup racing to backyard tracks, downhill bikes, enduro bikes, hardtails and anything fun! Join Dirt Mountain Bike TV on Facebook Here- http://dirtm.ag/Facebook Follow Dirt Mountain Bike TV on Twitter Here- http://dirtm.ag/Twitter
Views: 90602 Dirt Magazine
Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt Review - 2019 Bible of Bike Tests
 
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Bucking the trend towards radical geometry and above-category travel, the new Rocky Mountain Thunderbolt stays conservative, accessible and nimble.
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Transition Patrol Carbon Review - 2018 Bible of Bike Tests: Summer Camp
 
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True to its party animal heritage, the Patrol is the most fun-oriented bike in the category. Combining aggressive geometry with moderate travel, it can handle the rough stuff, but it’s not too proud to keep it light. And it climbs well enough, it could easily be your only bike.
Views: 57409 Bike Magazine
First Ride 2019 Specialized Stumpjumper - Mountain Bike Action Magazine
 
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First debuted in 1981, the Specialized Stumpjumper is one of the most iconic mountain bikes in the world. In fact, it was the first full production mountain bike to be sold to the general public. The original Stumpy with its steel frame and 26” wheels is unrecognizable to the high tech carbon model that sits in front of us today. Follow Mountain Bike Action: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX_p1p1Uyz93MK3_ONV4pAA Mountain Bike Action Website: http://www.mbaction.com/Main/Home.aspx Mountain Bike Action Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Mountain-Bike-Action-Magazine/207277092621669?fref=ts Mountain Bike Action Twitter: https://twitter.com/mbaction Subscribe to Mountain Bike Action: https://hi-torque.com/product/mountain-bike-action-2/?utm_source=DFP-MBA&utm_medium=skin-ad&utm_campaign=paper
$149 Mountain Bike vs mountain - The Walmart Enduro
 
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Welcome to Pisgah Forest, home to a huge array of remote and challenging mountain bike trails. To get anywhere here, you need to climb a few thousand feet. To get out alive your bike needs to hold up to roots, sharp rocks, and sustained braking. There’s no cell phone reception out here, and the trails are far too narrow for emergency vehicles. When your very life depends on your equipment, what value would you place on reliability? That fact that we’re at Walmart is pretty irrelevant. It could just as easily be Target, Amazon.com, or even Canadian Tire. They all offer the same thing—bikes built and assembled to the lowest spec possible. With names like trouble, wipeout, ambush, and carnage, these bikes deliver what they promise, but today we’re staying optimistic. Alex and I are taking our time and weighing our options. Even in a sea of super cheap bikes, we can choose the ones that suit our priorities best. We settled on a pair of Genesis V2100’s, which had front discs, threadless headsets, and half decent saddles. As we checked out, reality started to set in. We’d be relying on these bikes for over 5000 feet of elevation change. We’d need all the help we could get. Back at the house I packed everything from sockets to gorilla tape, to zip ties, to extra food, lest we get stranded on the far reaches of mount Mitchell. We set out with our new bikes in tow, and kept two main goals in mind; Make it down the trail in one piece, and finish it off with Mexican food. What started as a ride quickly devolved into a grueling hike. It wasn’t the gearing, or even the weight—we just tried and couldn’t. The tires had no traction, and the bikes flexed like crazy under any kind of torque. Once the grade evened out we had a much easier time, and started to clear some serious ground. We were enjoying nature, and It wasn’t long before we reached our first downhill. Although it was only 50 yards, it was telling. Alex and I settled in for a long ride up the old Mitchell toll road, knowing full well that the climb might be the easy part. We were climbing at a snail’s pace, painstakingly choosing our lines. Our cranks started creaking, and our hubs began to eat themselves, but we picked our way up the toll road without encountering any major mechanical failures. In fact, we were enjoying ourselves. For $149, Alex and I were taking part in an activity enjoyed by the likes of dentists and jewelers, with their pretty $6000 bikes. What do those bikes do that these can’t anyway? On my trail bike, this janky rock garden is a blast. On this bike, I couldn’t wait for it to be over. As you can see, Alex had been going much slower than me. He had the sense to. His bike had not one bit of damage to it, while I was nursing a blown up fork and no drivetrain whatsoever. It was clear by this comparison that speed is the major destructive force on these bikes. As I edit this video, my hands, arms, shoulders, and torso still hurt from this ride. On my trail bike, the brakes can be applied with one finger. On the Genesis, braking is a full body workout that leaves you in pain for days. We had made it to the end, sort of…. we still needed to get to the car. Luckily it was mostly downhill and I could hitch a ride on Alex’s backpack. After beating ourselves up for the better part of 5 hours, there was only one thing on our minds. Playing around on department store bikes might be fun and games, but I found that riding one on an actual mountain bike excursion is not fun, and most definitely not a game. Still I’m amazed that Alex’s bike survived. Although he was using a lot more restraint than I was, everything from the gears to the brakes were working at the bottom. To Walmart’s credit, there are warnings on these bikes that tell you not to take them on mountain bike trails. After our journey, I’d have reason to believe that on a flat dirt path, the Genesis V2100 would inconvenience you at the very most, not kill you. But just like sushi, tattoos, and cosmetic surgery, you’ll regret cheaping out on a bike that you really intend on exploring the mountains with. If you want to fall in love with mountain biking, try renting something first, or save up $400 for an entry level hardtail. In the meantime you can hike these trails for free. With one of these you may be hiking anyway. If you enjoyed this video, I have plenty of others on this topic. Let me know what you think below, and better yet give me some ideas of what to do with these next. Thanks for riding with me today, and I’ll see you next time. My music: http://share.epidemicsound.com/trQSg
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YT Capra CF Pro Race Review - 2018 Bible of Bike Tests: Summer Camp
 
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Mini DH bike, mega park bike, monstrous value. The Capra Pro Race had the most travel in the test, and it rode like it. It took some extra work to get it uphill, but it was more capable at speed than any other bike we tested.
Views: 81623 Bike Magazine
2018 Transition Sentinel // Bike Review
 
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Transition Bikes' Sentinel is a bike that has no limits. With 160mm of travel in the front, 140mm in the rear and 29" wheels, it's maxing out its numbers in almost every possible way. However, using Transition's Speed Balance Geometry—a platform that has a reduced fork offset, longer reach, steeper seat tube and slacker head tube—it provides a ride that is uniquely nimble yet stable. #freehubmag #mtb #review -- Subscribe to Freehub Magazine: http://bit.ly/FreehubMag Follow Us! YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/FreehubMagazine Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/freehubmag/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/freehubmag Twitter: https://twitter.com/freehubmag
Views: 18519 Freehub Magazine
Santa Cruz 5010 | First Ride | Mountain Bike Rider
 
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Who wouldn’t want to ride this one, right? What are our first impressions? | Click here to subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/MBRmagazine?sub_confirmation=1 More at: MBR: http://www.mbr.co.uk/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MBRmagazine Twitter: https://twitter.com/mbrmagazine Google +: https://plus.google.com/100709099986573088553
Views: 27045 Mountain Bike Rider
Santa Cruz Bronson Review - 2019 Bible of Bike Tests
 
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The newest version of the Santa Cruz Bronson takes the model’s boundary-pushing performance to the next level. Key developments include a lower-link mounted shock, similar to the one found on the Nomad and V-10, which the company claims provides more mid-stroke support. Did it work? Find out in our full-length review.
Views: 52410 Bike Magazine
GT Force Review - 2019 Bible of Bike Tests
 
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It’s good enough for Martin Maes, but are you good enough for it? GT’s Force Carbon Pro descends like an anvil dropped from an airplane, corners beautifully and has top-shelf suspension components at an impressive price. You’d better be prepared to fork out some sweat equity when the terrain turns uphill, though.
Views: 27699 Bike Magazine
Commencal Meta AM Review - 2018 Bible of Bike Tests: Summer Camp
 
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This alloy beast is decked out with high-end… everything. It’s not the strongest climber, but it may be the strongest park bike. It jumps well, it looks good, and it floats over high-speed chop like a champ. We eventually forgot it wasn’t carbon.
Views: 60625 Bike Magazine
Fezzari La Sal Peak Review - 2019 Bible of Bike Tests
 
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Evil, Ibis, Yeti. These are hallowed names in mountain biking. We never thought Fezzari could compete with them, but the La Sal Peak proved us wrong.
Views: 27071 Bike Magazine
Specialized Enduro 29 Review - 2019 Bible of Bike Tests
 
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The original big travel big wheeler, Specialized’s Enduro Elite 29 is a lovable sledgehammer. It backs massive suspension travel and big hit prowess with notable heft, but is mighty light on its feet at lower speeds when maneuvering through techy terrain, thanks to geometry that treads the line between conservative and forward thinking.
Views: 64395 Bike Magazine
Pivot Firebird 29 Review - 2018 Bible of Bike Tests: Summer Camp
 
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Pivot Firebird 29 description.
Views: 35957 Bike Magazine
Transition Smuggler Review - 2018 Bible of Bike Tests
 
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Built to last. Fun to ride.
Views: 44981 Bike Magazine
Hardtail of the Year 2018 | Mountain Bike Rider
 
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And the trophy of the best hardtail of the year 2018 goes to...? | Click here to subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/MBRmagazine?sub_confirmation=1 More at: MBR: http://www.mbr.co.uk/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MBRmagazine Twitter: https://twitter.com/mbrmagazine Google +: https://plus.google.com/100709099986573088553
Views: 141712 Mountain Bike Rider
2019 Specialized Stumpjumper Review | Best New Mountain Bike?
 
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The all new 2019 Stumpjumper is claimed by Specialized to be the ultimate trail bike. Does it live up to the hype? Is this one of the best new mountain bikes available? Let's talk about it! For this test ride I got a chance to get on the 2019 Stumpjumper Expert 29. If you're interested in checking out the Stumpjumper in person and live in the Auburn/Opelika area, swing by James Bros Bikes and come have a look! Camera: Sony A6300
5 of the Hottest E-Bikes for 2018 | MBR
 
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Check out five of the hottest E-Bikes of 2018 | Click here to subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/MBRmagazine?sub_confirmation=1 - Stevens E-Sledge+ ES €5,599 - Focus Jam2 Plus Pro £5,199 - Scott E-Genius 700 Tuned - BMC Trailfox AMP LTD £10,860 - Merida EOne-Sixty 900E £5,500 E-bikes may be dividing the mountain bike industry like nothing else before, but they’re also developing at a whirlwind pace, and as total bike geeks, that’s pretty damn exciting. Substantial design, engineering and marketing resources are being thrown at the segment, but it’s a steep learning curve for everyone involved, so the end products are hugely diverse both on paper and in the dirt. We took a spin on a sample of 2018 models in the mountains of Italy to see where the market is heading, and discovered some big differences in performance. Click here to subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/MBRmagazine?sub_confirmation=1 More at: MBR: http://www.mbr.co.uk/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MBRmagazine Twitter: https://twitter.com/mbrmagazine Google +: https://plus.google.com/100709099986573088553
Views: 443765 Mountain Bike Rider
Rocky Mountain Slayer Review – 2017 Bible of Bike Tests
 
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The new Rocky Mountain Slayer ushers in a new era of all-mountain bikes, taking riders farther than ever.
Views: 59399 Bike Magazine
Scott Ransom 900 Tuned Review - 2018 Bible of Bike Tests: Summer Camp
 
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After years of tweaking, the newest version of Scott’s proprietary Nude shock finally makes that Twinloc remote lever a blessing instead of a curse. The bike descends like the 170-millimeter 29er it is, but in an instant, climbs like a mid-travel bike. The Ransom is most well-executed do-it-all bike we’ve seen in a long time.
Views: 45055 Bike Magazine
Rocky Mountain Altitude Review - 2018 Bible of Bike Tests
 
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The Altitude bulked up since we last saw it, but just enough that it still fits in its old flannels.
Views: 48558 Bike Magazine
Diamondback Release Review - 2018 Bible of Bike Tests
 
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If you want a fun, playful and capable bike at a great value, this is your jam.
Views: 61156 Bike Magazine
Trek Fuel Ex 9.9 Review - 2018 Bible of Bike Tests
 
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The Fuel may not be the fieriest in its category, but its flame will burn brightly for most riders on most trails.
Views: 75948 Bike Magazine
Mondraker Dune Review - 2018 Bible of Bike Tests: Summer Camp
 
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This bike is long. Sure, there’s more to it, like its especially supportive suspension platform. But mostly, it’s long. And once we got used to that, we found it could hold its corners and stick its lines superbly.
Views: 18553 Bike Magazine
Yeti SB5 LR Review - 2018 Bible of Bike Tests
 
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If you can’t join ‘em … join ‘em? The Yeti SB5 Lunch Ride could be the next best thing to working at the Colorado company.
Views: 66066 Bike Magazine
Canyon Spectral 2018 | First Ride | Mountain Bike Rider
 
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So here it finally is, the totally revamped Canyon Spectral - seriously impressive machine. | Click here to subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/user/MBRmagazine?sub_confirmation=1 It was the Sender, Canyon’s downhiller that kickstarted a tectonic shift in how the German company approached full suspension design. While that bike might have passed most of us by, it’s now it’s the turn of the Spectral, Canyon’s venerable trail ripper to receive a much-needed injection of the new secret sauce. It’s obvious, looking at the lines and tubing profiles that the Spectral and Sender share familial DNA. But whereas the Sender is very much of Teutonic stock, interestingly the Spectral has more than a touch of Scottish about both its personality and purpose. You see Canyon sat down with the Dudes of Hazzard, that bunch of Fort William’s finest loam hooligans, to work out just what makes the perfect trail bike. For the Spectral the personality traits that needed to shine through were a sense of playfulness, a simple and robust build and above all easy serviceability. The result is a re-imagining almost from the ground up. In fact the only resemblance to its predecessor are the 140mm of rear wheel travel and its 27.5” wheel size. Everything else is, well, different. Three years of development has seen a complete repositioning of the suspension to create the sort of kinematics that should improve the behaviour of the rear end. One of the issues with the old system was the tendency to blow through the midstroke too quickly and suffer on square edged hits. But this new system promises the holy trinity of supple and compliant in the initial stroke, stable throughout the mid section and a hugely progressive last part that resists easy bottoming. Trying to keep up with the cool kids, Canyon has made the Spectral a tad longer, a smidge lower and a touch slacker. There’s nothing revolutionary in the figures but the extra space is much appreciated. Reach on the size large comes in at 460mm. The front centre has been extended enough to allow Canyon to now spec a 40mm stem with confidence throughout the size range. The other notable change is a Boost rear end and a focus on semi-plus tyre size. With the exception of one model, the entire range now comes with 2.6” rubber strapped to both ends. Slick trails and thick mud aside, the CF 9.0 SL model I rode performs almost better than expected. Yes, the headtube is still a touch too tall and the rear Maxxis Rekon tyre is a nightmare in the wet. But the new suspension feels incredibly capable; supple and practically bottomless. The bike certainly wasn’t the one dragging the anchors on the steep and techy Madeiran trails! Canyon is keen however, to stress that it’s still very much a trail bike. And this is obvious from the lighter weight speccing of the range. The Fox 34 fork for example, whilst a very accomplished trail fork, can feel a little jittery when travelling at the sorts of speed the Spectral encourages. It’s the new approach to longevity that will have UK riders pricking up their ears in excitement though. The Spectral has double sealed bearings at every pivot point, as well as neat bearing covers on the main pivots to keep the worst of the crud out. And even though it looks like the frame features internal routing, the keen eyed amongst you will see that all the cables actually run through a clever demountable sleeve along the underside of the downtube. Result: easy cable and hose replacement that should encourage regular maintenance. The new Spectral will be available in three frame styles, full carbon, a carbon front/aluminium rear end and full aluminium. Making up a total of eight all new models. Even the entry level AL 5.0 comes with a Rockshox Pike fork, DT Swiss wheels and mixed Shimano SLX/XT groupset. The good news, the Spectral is available to order now for January 2018 delivery. More at: MBR: http://www.mbr.co.uk/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MBRmagazine Twitter: https://twitter.com/mbrmagazine Google +: https://plus.google.com/100709099986573088553
Views: 232307 Mountain Bike Rider
Bike Test: Trek Full Stache
 
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What if you had limitless capability and limited consequences? Trek's new Full Stache gets pretty darn close; this is a rowdy-ready bike that punches way above its 130mm travel weight class.
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Scott Genius 920 Review - 2018 Bible of Bike Tests
 
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TwinLoc technology-two bikes in one frame-Genius!
Views: 67546 Bike Magazine
Orbea Rallon Team Review - 2018 Bible of Bike Tests
 
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A carefully thought out Spanish interpretation of the Modern Enduro Weapon, big wheels and all. Rally On, Rallon.
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Santa Cruz Nomad Review - 2018 Bible of Bike Tests
 
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Of all the enduro bikes, this is the one we wanted to take home.
Views: 95879 Bike Magazine
Specialized S-Works Enduro 27.5 Review - 2018 Bible of Bike Tests
 
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The new Enduro is formidable-but not without quirks.
Views: 89946 Bike Magazine
Pivot Mach 5.5 Review - 2018 Bible of Bike Tests
 
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Nimble handling, stock 2.6-inch tires and a vastly more supple suspension feel make this 27.5er shine on technical terrain.
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Kona Hei Hei Trail Review – 2017 Bible of Bike Tests
 
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New Bible of Bike Tests videos added daily through 1/18! The Kona Hei Hei Trail is a surefooted trail bike with category-crushing climbing chops.
Views: 43352 Bike Magazine
YT Jeffsy Review – 2017 Bible of Bike Tests
 
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Trail bikes don’t get much better than the YT Jeffsy.
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First Ride Niner RIP 9 RDO - Mountain Bike Action Magazine
 
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Niner, founded in 2005, established their brand around building bikes with big wheels long before it was even cool to do so. One could argue that Niner’s passion and commitment to the larger wheel size helped paved the way for the growing popularity of 29er’s today. The RIP 9 was introduced to Niner’s fleet in 2008 claiming to be a trail bike for every occasion. After rebuilding the company from bankruptcy, Niner launched the all-new RIP 9 RDO in early 2019, with the hopes of revitalizing the brand using their flagship model.  The new RIP 9 RDO received a complete update from frame design and geometry to a list of top notch components. Featuring 140mm of travel and a long, slack and low geometry, the new RIP is the most capable one to date. Additionally, Niner added flip chips allowing riders to adjust bottom bracket height by 7mm and head tube angle by a full degree. Up front the RIP received a 150mm travel fork and a longer reach to enhance high speed stability.  A full review of the 2019 RIP 9 RDO will be featured in an upcoming issue of Mountain Bike Action magazine.  Follow Mountain Bike Action: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX_p1p1Uyz93MK3_ONV4pAA Mountain Bike Action Website: http://www.mbaction.com/Main/Home.aspx Mountain Bike Action Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Mountain-Bike-Action-Magazine/207277092621669?fref=ts Mountain Bike Action Twitter: https://twitter.com/mbaction Subscribe to Mountain Bike Action: https://hi-torque.com/product/mountain-bike-action-2/?utm_source=DFP-MBA&utm_medium=skin-ad&utm_campaign=paper
Norco Sight C2 Review - 2018 Bible of Bike Tests
 
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A true all-rounder in every sense, the Sight does everything well and nothing poorly.
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First Ride Marin San Quentin - Mountain Bike Action Magazine
 
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Named after the rough and tumble prison where Johnny Cash once performance, the all-new Marin San Quentin 3 is a bike that’s tough as nails. Blurring the lines between a dirt jumper and an aggressive hardtail, Marin found the right balance by incorporating the design of their Alcatraz dirt jump frame with the trail readiness of their Nail Trail hardtail. The San Quentin 3 runs free and embodies the rebellious attitude of legendary singer-songwriter, Johnny Cash. This month, the MBA wrecking crew tunneled their way out of prison using nothing but cranksets and chainrings to experience the freedom that comes with Marin’s new-age hardtail. Head tube angle…65-degrees Seat tube angle…75-degrees Chainstay length…425mm Wheelbase…1169mm Front Suspension Travel…130mm Frame material…Aluminum Fork…RockShox Revelation RC Rims...Marin Aluminum (29mm inner)ll Hubs…Forged Alloy, Boost (32-hole) Tires…Vee Tire Flow Snap, Tackee Compound (27.5x2.6”) Saddle…Marin MTB Seatpost…X-Fusion Manic (150mm travel) Handlebar…Marin (780mm) Stem…Marin (45mm) Brakes…Shimano BL-MT400 Rear derailleur…Shimano SLX, 11-speed Shifter…Shimano SLX, 11-speed Crankset…FSA Comet (Threaded BB) Chainring…32-tooth Cassette…SunRace, 11-speed, 11-46 Follow Mountain Bike Action: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX_p1p1Uyz93MK3_ONV4pAA Mountain Bike Action Website: http://www.mbaction.com/Main/Home.aspx Mountain Bike Action Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Mountain-Bike-Action-Magazine/207277092621669?fref=ts Mountain Bike Action Twitter: https://twitter.com/mbaction Subscribe to Mountain Bike Action: https://hi-torque.com/product/mountain-bike-action-2/?utm_source=DFP-MBA&utm_medium=skin-ad&utm_campaign=paper
Nukeproof Mega 29 Review - 2018 Bible of Bike Tests: Summer Camp
 
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This is a weird bike, and not because its name once belonged to a Midwest mid-nineties carbon and titanium component manufacturer. It’s weird because it combines forgiving geometry with unforgiving suspension… and it actually kinda works.
Views: 20108 Bike Magazine
DeVinci Spartan Review – 2018 Bible of Bike Tests
 
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Hard-hitting yet twinkle-toed, the Spartan delivers gobs of capability with a manageable touch.
Views: 34051 Bike Magazine
Canyon Torque Review - 2018 Bible of Bike Tests: Summer Camp
 
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The Torque is surprisingly approachable. Riders not accustomed to its ample travel still won’t get lost in it. It supports, flows, and even pops, though it definitely needs to be in firm mode for the climbs. It’s a great package for a great price.
Views: 54881 Bike Magazine

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