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Need to know: Kids’ full- suspension bike with 26in wheels and 2x drivetrain 90mm of travel front and rear Powerful Shimano M355 disc brakes Comes with all the standard Fuel…

£1,400.00

Key points Full carbon downhill bike Can run 27.5in or 26in wheels Ride 9 adjustable geometry We spied a prototype of Rocky Mountain’s, then nameless, replacement for the Flatline downhill…

£5,999.99

Orbea recently revealed the new Occam. The buzzword at its launch was ‘polyvalence’ — to reflect the fact that the Occam is intended to be a bike that can do…

£5,679.00
Part of our end-of-year bargain group test, the Vitus Sommet 1 was reduced from £2,399.99 to £1,599.99

Reduced in the end-of-2013 sales, the Vitus Sommet 1 is a gravity-focused trail bike with a great parts package

£2,399.00
Score 10

Canyon Nerve AL+ 9.0 £2,695

Read our review of the 150mm-travel all-mountain Canyon Nerve AL+ 9.0

Score 8

2013 Norco Sight 2, £2,350

Norco is a company on top of its game right now, and the 140mm-travel Sight 2 earned a rare 10/10 from our test team

£2,350.00
Score 10

On home turf in the Surrey Hills

After 10 months of abuse hammering the Devinci Dixon all over Europe it’s time to get the low-down on Jamie Darlow's 2012 long-term test bike

The slack head makes the Mojo HD as competent downhill as it is on the climb.

The Ibis Mojo HD delivers a stiff, capable ride. We pushed it to the edge in the Golden State.

Roo took the Orange Alpine 160 to the Mountain of Hell and back, giving it the most abuse of all of this year's longtermers. Is the extra weight worth its…

Score 9

2013 Trek Fuel EX 9.9

New for 2013 is Trek’s latest incarnation of the ever-popular Fuel Ex, priced from £1,400. We swung a leg over the latest models in the Dolomites to see how the…

Commencal Meta SL Ltd, £3,649.99

Progressive geometry and a clever linkage design make 120mm of travel go a long way