Niner Bikes announce their first e-MTBs. New e9 series of Bosch powered bikes feature 150mm travel RIP e9 and 180mm travel WFO e9.
Bosch's vision for the future involves more system integration, sleeker lines, carbon fibre, full-suspension and anti-lock brakes. Oh and it's an ebike, obviously.
Short on travel but big on geometry, these downcountry mountain bikes are at the forefront of the next wave of mountain bike. Here's our current…
Transition Spur joins the downcountry mountain bike wave. Sporting modest amounts of suspension travel but not shying away from aggressive geometry.
Decked out with coil suspension and Fox 38 forks, YT has built two new big-hit enduro bikes: the Capra Shred and the Decoy Shred e-bike.
Orange Five Evo and Orange Stage Evo are billed as "aggressive trail bikes with a suspension set-up that defies the numbers on paper".
Behold the new Specialized Epic and Epic Evo. Do you prefer XC racing with Brain power or down-country duelling with a dropper post?
We’re used to the phrase ‘quiver killer’ being wheeled out by marketing departments but the Guerilla Gravity Gnarvana offers exactly that.
Latest version of Cotic's popular Reynolds-tubed, go-anywhere hardtail 29er. With a total of eight - eight! - bottle bosses on the down tube.
The new range of Carrera mountain bikes from Halfords features the £600 dropper post-ed 1x-drivtrain Fury and the dependable £450 Kraken.
The latest evolution of the Specialized Demo piloted to great success by Monsieur Bruni: "the fastest and most successful bike of the 2019 race season".
With a wishlist component spec the Vitus e-Escarpe VRX is a boutique e-bike at less than high street prices.
The 2020 Scott Genius e-Ride 900 Tuned is so packed with technology that it’s hard to know where to start!
With the power to blast lap after lap, and dual crown fork up front, the Cannondale Moterra Neo SE could well be the ultimate bike…
The Cannondale Scalpel has been around since the Tinker era and now there's a Cannondale Scalpel SE that Ratboy has been jibbing around on.
Today marks the launch of a brand new product for Cotic - the Cotic BFeMAX 29er: "It's our radical, rock smashing, fast-as-you-dare hardtail."
The Radon Swoop has gone carbon yet retains the progressive geometry, 29in wheels, geometry adjustment, 170mm travel. Now coil-friendly too.
The Specialized Rockhopper is almost as old as mountain biking itself. But having such a rich past comes with constraints, its heritage woven into it…
The long-awaited Privateer 161 is available rightnow. An alloy enduro bike built with reliability in mind, progressive geometry, decent price.
The third incarnation of the burly big bruiser Cotic RocketMAX. 160mm travel front and rear with typically progressive Longshot geometry.