These are the best mountain bikes under £2,000, boasting top-quality frames, these bikes deliver performance surprisingly hard to beat.
For the 2017 Ragley Marley the biggest change is the rejigged frame sizing. Gone is the XS size option, making way for an XL.
The Forme Ripley has impeccable trail manners. A really neutral riding position, it maintains speed incredibly well, and there’s also compliance.
A significant update over the original Arch EX, the Stans Arch MK3 uses a wider rim, taking the internal width to 26mm to help maximise tyre volume.
We show you how to take the blood, sweat and tears out of the Avid and SRAM brake bleed process using the Bleeding Edge adaptor tool.
Here are our top five recommended trail snacks to eat on a ride. Healthy, delicious and guaranteed* to get you up that last big climb. *not a guarantee
Riding abroad for a mountain bike holiday? Here’s our top gear for dusty, overseas singletrack and other types of travels with your mountain bike.
Everyone wants to know how to ride faster. Employ this simple traffic light system to increase your pace and get maximum thrills from every trail.
How to choose wisely from the mass of kids mountain bikes that are available. We show you what's important and what isn't. PLUS tips on keeping kids riding.
Fatter tyres' ability to take the edge off the roughest trails makes perfect sense and the new Norco Fluid HT+ 7.2 offers a blissfully quite, smooth ride.
The Whyte 605 is our Hardtail of the Year in the £750 category, but it isn’t perfect. A proper front tyre and a wider bar it would be on a…
The Bontrager Drop Line dropper post is typical of the vast majority of Bontrager’s products — good value, well made, easy to use and fully serviceable.
Street trials pro Duncan Shaw gives us his account of a spin through the streets of Manila with his fellow riders Danny MacAskill, Ali C and Fabio Wibmer.
Ever wondered how you might perform at an XC race? According to a new study you can predict your ability without pinning on a number.
Want the fastest rolling tyre on the market? That'll be Continental's Race King then, which is now officially the speediest rubber money can buy.
We've spoken to a number of people during bike trade shows and asked them what their experience of riding an electric mountain bike was.
The Sweet Protection Dissenter plays second fiddle to the company’s top-end Bushwhacker, but it does have a similar in-mould construction.
The Specialized Tactic II doesn’t quite have the aggressive looks of the others on test, nor is it as durable; the lower edge of the EPS core is exposed.
The Seven iDP M2 helmet has 10 forward vents to suck in air, and nine exhaust ports to push it out again. A handy insect screen is built in too.
The Poc Tectal helmet is expensive but it is fantastic quality with a sleek construction, internal Aramid grid, bottom-wrapping and metal visor screws.