Orange has made small improvements to its Crush hardtail, slackening things a touch and offering two builds, in either wheel size.
Canada's Brandon Semenuk wins his fourth Red Bull Rampage, on Trek's Session with a single-crown RockShox ZEB fork up front.
Bike Yoke has a new version of the Revive dropper post range, that offers up to 213mm of stroke, with a larger stanchion.
Atelier Suji Drop is a French hardtail that can run a 160mm fork and is made from sustainably sourced wood, with very progressive geometry.
Pinnd is a new flat pedal brand, manufacturing in Scotland. Its launch product is the CS2, featuring some huge traction pins for maximum grip.
The Uncaged YTs use RockShox’s new Flight Attendant technology. This is an electronic adjustment of fork and shock damping, which is predictive, using a master algorithm.
Twenty21 can keep your drivetrain running like new, throughout winter, with its range of chains and cassettes, especially 1x12 bits.
After crashing in Switzerland last month, Brendan Fairclough could never have imaged it would cost him his slot at this year’s Rampage.
After many years, the Onza Obex has finally been given a new tread pattern, with centre block spacing that intends to make you brake more securely.
Transition has taken its latest Scout and Sentinel carbon bikes, and reformed the frame options in aluminium, lowering entry price to some great geo.
Knolly Tyaughton takes the SuperBoost spacing standard to hardtails, with both steel or titanium frame options and big fork compatibility.
The mixed wheel size trend remains a strong theme in mountain biking. Many brands are transitioning their long-travel 27.5” frames to run with 29er forks and wheels at the front.…
An incorrectly configured handlebar mount could be one of the worst things you do to your iPhone's camera when mountain biking.
Designed to straddle the trail and enduro market segments, the Orbea Occam LT features 160mm of front and 150mm of rear-suspension travel.
Mondraker has embraced the new Bosch e-bike ecosystem with a range of pedal-assisted trail and enduro bikes. Including some Crafty options.
The Yeti range gains a selection of new colours and burlier build kits, including an air shock option on the SB165 park bike.
There is a new scheme to bring interest-free financing to Scottish riders who want to buy bikes, thanks to Access Bikes and special credit.
BMC has a new enduro bike brand, with SCOR. And its first bike, the 4060, looks like a winner from the get-go, with two travel options.
Hardcore hardtails are all the rage agina and Kona has updated the Kona Honzo ESD, the 150mm forked steel 29er, that can ride down anything.
Specialized Kenevo SL Comp is £7000 version, bringing all the 170mm travel e-bike goodness, in an agile package, to a broader audience of riders.