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BMC Trailfox TF03 29

29” tyres, 150mm travel – BMC’s Trailfox is positively the best all-purpose weapon. Thanks to its proven geometry, it delivers a first-class performance whatever the situation. Even on pure rough trails, fun is guaranteed. More info at our review of the BMC Trailfox TF01 XX1 Trailcrew and at bmc-switzerland.com.


SCOTT Genius 720 LT Plus

Plus sized tires bare a heightened resemblance to Marmite in the current market. Keyboard warriors detest them, but riders love them. Offering un-parralled traction with Schwalbe Nobby Nic’s as standard, 160mm of travel and a modern geometry, this ride is not one to be trifled with. Check out the review of the SCOTT Genius Plus or read more by visiting scott-sports.com.


Felt Virtue 2

If the Felt Virtue is anything, it’s ready to rip! The top-end carbon frame comes with Felt’s super efficient EquiLink rear system and offers masses of traction and comfort. Don’t forget the classy spec as well. Find out more at our First Look of the Felt Virtue FRD 2016 and at feltbicycles.com.


Propain Frechdax 1

Start ‘em young – the Propain Frechdax is the perfect tool for that. Coming with either 16” or 20” tyres, this bike will have any kid riding circles around you before they can even walk. We let one of our youngsters test the Frechdax here, and you can find more information on the bike here.


Flyer Uproc6 8.0

Whatever your opinion on e-mtbs, the Uproc doesn’t just rely on its motor to fly up climbs – it also has super potent suspension and brilliantly devised geometry so that descents are plenty of fun too, as we found out in our First Ride. There’s also more information about the bike at flyer-bikes.com.


ENVE M70 27.5

Lightweight, rigid and durable: three words to sum up the ENVE M70 as the ultimate enduro wheelset. The distinctive look will surely get some approving (if not slightly envious) looks on the trails. Check out the exact specifications here.


Selle Italia SLR X-Cross Flow & Nepal L TI

Selle Italia aren’t the most famous saddle producers for nothing; much more than just lightweight, their saddles have the innate ability to make even long days in the saddle comfortable. There’s more information about the SLR X-Cross here and about the Nepal L TI here.


Shimano CM-1000

Slotting nicely into your pocket, the Shimano CM-1000 offers brilliant quality and weighs very little. In short: practical and worth it! Get the exact specifications over at shimano-sportcamera.com.


Shimano XT groupset

With the XT groupset, Shimano are essentially offering everything all at once: the best shifting performance, optimized gearing and even better braking prowess.As we found out in our First Ride, the new XT is perfectly suited for every purpose from XC to enduro! More information at shimano-eu.com

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