Following in the footsteps of the Spectral:ON, their first full-suspension e-bike, the new Canyon Neuron:ON shares a similar design philosophy.
The Bike Yoke Revive is stunning, well made, easy to use and the most versatile post out there. It’s also lightweight and reliable.
The air-sprung Helm has been around for a couple of seasons and with this Cane Creek Helm Coil, the US brand is one of the few offering a coil-sprung fork.
The updated Trek Fuel Ex now features storage in the downtube, 29er wheels, more travel and a gorgeous frame… oh and it’s rollicking fast too.
Cube’s Stereo e-bike is now a 29er with the latest Bosch Performance CX motor and a killer pricepoint, making it one of the most economical ways to get on board…
With 29in wheels and 170mm travel the latest Specialized Enduro S-Works 29 is a scaled down version of the new Specialized Demo 29 DH bike.
Merida moves a step closer to making e-bikes the new 'normal' with the release of the new Merida eOne-sixty 10K.
The new electric Giant Reign E is brother to the successful enduro machine with the same name, and the brand’s first real foray into longer-travel e-bikes.
Billed as an out and out trail bike, the Specialized Fuse Comp sees Specialized back at the sharp end of hardtails. What’s new? Everything really!
The Giant Reign 29 is the long awaited 29er version of the Giant Reign. Full carbon frame with Maestro rear suspension delivering 146mm travel.
For the latest Kona Process 134, Kona has combined the best parts of two platforms to produce a trail bike that fast, fun and ridiculously capable.
Does the new Santa Cruz Hightower version have the same significance, or will it simply languish in the shadow of the Santa Cruz Megatower?
Hope launched its first complete mountain bike, the HB160, to a lukewarm reception. Now it's back with a brand new 29er trail bike - does the Hope HB130 pack some…
We measured the diameter of all the grips we test and at 28mm the Race Face Love Handle grip is one of the thinnest we've encountered.
The Spank Oozy 220 tested here doesn’t weigh 220g or is 220mm wide, it’s just a sleek, hollow chromoly railed seat with a ‘kick-up’ at the rear end.
This Nukeproof Vector DH Sam Hill signature saddle is a more conventional DH design in that it has an incredibly flat profile with minimal padding.
Flip the Deity Speedtrap over and you’ll see SDG written there. It's collaboration between the two – SDG designs shell and rails, Deity does the rest.
Burgtec is better known for flat pedals and steering components but the UK company does offer three Burgtec The Cloud Mk2 saddles.
Developed with the help of the 50to01 crew, the Magic grip is a mushroom design but with a unique ‘semi-ergo’ profile that the company claims reduces arm pump and hand…
To fit different hand sizes, the Ergon GD1 Factory grip is offered in 29 and 32mm diameters and like all Ergon designs, it’s left and right specific.