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Back Issue | Scott Genius LT 700 Tuned Review

Scott already presented their 2015 model range in June in the Swiss resort of Davos. The re-engineered Genius LT 700 Tuned was one of the bikes presented. At first sight it’s hard to see any changes to the 170mm bike. A closer look at the spec reveals that the product managers have made many new Read more…

The Review | Shimano CM-1000 Action-Camera

Action-cameras have become a real “must have“ for bikers. The range of models on offer is growing rapidly and the competition between brands is hotting up. Drive-train specialists Shimano are now joining the party and have taken a step into the market with its new CM-1000 model. We find out how it performs and whether Read more…

Back Issue | Trek Remedy 9 27.5 – The Review

Trek’s Remedy already has a long tradition in the US company’s range and has been overhauled many times. For the coming season the U.S. boys have introduced a new interesting feature: the Fox Float DRCV shock with RE:aktiv technology. Note: This Review was originally published in ENDURO Issue #013 – you should read it there Read more…

Group Test | The 6 Best Winter Bike Gloves

Which of you can remember the thick, padded mittens you were forced to wear as a kid? Your fingers jammed so hard together that your manual dexterity was a disaster with about as much precision as a penguin flipper. But at least this awful feeling had one advantage: warm hands right up to your fingertips. Read more…

The Review | MET Parachute HES Fullface Helmet

MET’s website proudly announces that “YES! The iconic MET Parachute is back!”, but this perhaps does the new Parachute HES a bit of a disservice, bearing little resemblance to the spindly Parachute of old. The new HES promises full-face strength wrapped up in a highly breathable 700g casing, and costs a very reasonable £169.99. With Read more…

The Review | Six months on IBIS 741 Carbon Rims

We first received some of the first Ibis 741 rims back in June and were blown away by the physical size of the rim, boasting a potentially game changing 35 mm internal width. After six months and 1000 km of hard riding and racing, (including the Finale Ligure EWS) it is time to find out Read more…

The Review | Whyte G-150 SCR Works 150 mm Enduro Bike

The UK based company Whyte Bikes pride themselves on building no-nonsense bikes, offering frame and component choices that meet the tough requirements of real UK riders. The G-150 SCR Works is Whyte’s top end Gravity Enduro race bike, built and specified unashamedly to take on the toughest enduro stages, big alpine adventures and epic days Read more…

First Look | J-Tech Heavy Duty Shock Bushes

After our Long Term Test Orange Alpine 160 developed wear on one of the shock bushes after just two months, we wondered if there is a better alternative. OK so on any single pivot bike the wear on these shock bushes will be considerably more than a multi-pivot bike, with their linkage taking away a Read more…

Best of Test 2014 | The Bike Highlights of the year

Now, as we reach the end of the year, it’s time to look back. Throughout the year ENDURO brought you the most important bike reviews; testing each one thoroughly on tough trails, or against its peers in one of our group tests. It is now time for a quick summary of the bests bikes and Read more…

Back Issue | Bike Test: Zumbi F-11 Custom

The Number of the Beast Sometimes it’s cool to do things differently, to be unique and to find your own style. When it comes to buying a new bike, we devour the magazines, digesting all the latest tech and innovation. Manufacturers dominate our biking culture, telling us what we need, what is cool and what Read more…