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News: The Shimano M200 – A new Enduro-specific Shoe

The new SH-M200 is Shimano’s premier Enduro shoe. A blend of pedaling efficiency and the security of added protection. With these shoes riders can confidently attack the climbs and maintain control on gnarly descents. Enduro events require a rider to efficiently and quickly cover a variety of terrain. The same flexibility is demanded from Enduro Read more…

RockShox shocks available with Specialized and Trek mounts

Just recently, we present you the new Rock Shox Monarch DebonAir. Now we got the message that RockShox offers the popular Monarch and Monarch Plus shock with DebonAir Technology directly with the necessary mounts for Specialized and Trek bikes. This allows customers to retrofit the shock despite the special mounts in their bike. Here is Read more…

News: The 2015 BMC Speedfox – The perfect all-round bike?

The Swiss bike manufacturer BMC recently launched their new 2015 Speedfox. With 130mm of travel, 29″ big wheels and a carbon fiber frame it is supposed to be a lightweight, nimble and agile trail bike. Settled between the recently tested, more downhill-orientated BMC Trailfox and the efficient Fourstroke, it should lie perfectly in their mountain Read more…

Team Tested: The new Renthal Apex stem review

UK Company, Renthal really seem to have made their mark now in the MTB world, with lots of riders of trick looking high-end bikes choosing Renthal for cockpit parts, i.e. bars, stem and grips. Released today is this gorgeous looking new Apex stem to add to their collection, so what’s the big deal? The Apex Read more…

Travel: Gary Forrest checks out an Enduro Mediterraraneo.

When I think of Greece, I have always imagined the Ancient Greeks, the Trojan wars, mythology and weird numbers; I have never really associated it with Enduro Racing, until now. This journey started back in March 2014 when I received a private message through Facebook from one of the race organisers, Steven Kouins. He was Read more…

News: Juliana Bicycles shows their 2015 line-up with new frames

After we already presented you the new, more reasonably-priced Santa Cruz Carbon frames, Juliana receives the same technology and offers a wide line-up of new carbon frames. Prices range from $1699 for the aluminum hard tail, to $8599 for a XTR-equipped carbon Furtado. The new 2015 Juliana range now offers an even bigger selection of Read more…

News: The new Orange Alpine 160 – Yorkshire born, Alps bred.

The Alpine 160 is our no-nonsense take on a bike designed to be ridden and raced on the most brutally demanding trails in the world, so we make no apologies for putting reliability, rider control and predictable suspension performance top of our list when it came to designing it. We’re not interested in making a Read more…

Bikes at Enduro Cup #2 Sun Valley, Idaho

Lots of different bikes will always be seen at Enduro Races. Big companies, and small, one off builders. These riders push their bikes to the limit and provide the ultimate testing grounds for these bikes. Here are a few of our favorites, seen at the Ride Sun Valley Enduro Cup race. Words & Photos: Daniel Read more…

News: Lapierre announce their 2015 MTB range

Last year, Lapierre released a product line up that featured some of the most radical and opinion dividing developments! Highlights included the e:i electronic shock system, 1×11 drive trains as standard, and they were one of the first manufacturers to drop 26 inch options from their trail and enduro lines. This year Lapierre have made Read more…

Hacklberg Trail 2: Extension of the legendary trail is now open

On Saturday, 28.6.2014 and by best conditions, the extension of the legendary Hacklberg trail got officially opened. The new part of the popular Hacklberg Trail promises even more airtime and a lot of flow in Saalbach Hinterglemm. Ten kilometers of finest downhill fun: From now on mountain bikers will experience singletrail fun at its best Read more…