Adding to the array of tubeless tyre installing gizmos is the Specialized Air Tool Blast Tubeless Tyre Seater. And it does exactly as it says on the tin.
Danny Macaskill’s The Ridge has clocked up nearly 55 million views and is now going to be recreated in Glasgow’s SSE Hydro arena in January.
Feet come in different sizes, so why not pedals? That’s the question Crank Brothers asked itself before designing its range of Stamp flat pedals.
The Strider Pro 12 is probably the lightest balance bike on the market. But does this mean it's any good? We give it to our junior tester to find out.
Reinvented for enduro racing, the MET Parachute is equally suitable for trips to the bike park as well as just about anywhere with challenging terrain.
Fox Proframe boasts ‘open-face breathability with full-face protection’. It’s a lofty claim, but with full-face certification, it certainly delivers.
The Focus Raven2 carbon hardtail may well be the lightest production e-MTB on the market. More significantly, it demonstrates a new direction for e-bikes.
Whatever your level of ability or daring, BikePark Wales has trails that’ll leave you begging for more. Here's our run-down of the best trails there.
Does more money get you more speed? We pitched a £1,000 bike against a £6,000 bike and did some stopwatch science to find some answers.
Fancy tackling your own mountain bike coast to coast epic? With the UK being an island there are a number of options to choose from.
The Hope HB160 is a 160mm travel enduro bike with a frame manufactured entirely in Hope’s UK factory. Only 500 will be built per year.
New EVOC Explorer Pro hydration pack promises comfort and stability in challenging terrain, with sufficient load-lugging capacity for Alpine adventures.
It’s the new kids on the block that we’re interested in here though. The four new bikes are evenly split between Bosch and Shimano motors, and all come under Lapierre’s…
How to personalise your RockShox Monarch rear shock suspension: tailor the air-spring volume to your weight and riding style in four simple steps.
Flat-out pedalling doesn’t always equal faster riding. Here’s how to go faster and expend less energy at the same time.
If you're confused by knobs and dials, or you’ve just bought a bike and want a short cut to ideal set-up, the Quarq Shockwiz makes a brilliant assistant.
At £250 the Giro Switchblade is more expensive than the Bell Super 3R but it feels more substantial, and still good value considering it's 2-for-1.
The 4th generation Santa Cruz Nomad may not sport 29 inch wheels but pretty much everything else has changed on this boutique bruiser.
The Specialized Stumpjumper Carbon 6fattie is short by modern standards and with other options now available, upsizing may no longer be an easy get out.
Trek’s venerable Fuel gets a high-octane boost in the form of Plus-size wheels with the Trek Fuel EX Plus 9.8 27.5. Beautiful to behold and a joy to ride.