Read our verdict on the Rallon 50 from Spanish co-operative Orbea
Immensely likeable and stacked with potential, but how does the Commencal Meta AM 3 stack up against the competition?
Cannondale's all-mountain, 150mm-travel Jekyll 4 on test
Canyon's Nerve AM 8.0 is specced like a bike twice its price, but can the bike perform as well as all that showroom bling promises?
Vitus's brand new Escarpe 1 trail bike proves great value and even greater fun.
With 130mm of travel front and rear, the Kona Tanuki Deluxe is short on travel compared with many of its sub-£2k peers, but it still delivers plenty of smiles.
Norco's eye-catching new trail bike reviewed
How's Danny getting on with his mail-order bargain? Here's the story of the year so far.
One man's pursuit of the perfect singletrack weapon
Has Trek found the cure to terrain multi-tasking with its Stealth Reverb and DRCV-equipped Remedy 9.8?
Asking one bike to cover all bases is a tall order; does the Expert Evo have the magic?
Two all-mountain bikes with more than a family resemblance go head to head in the May issue.
Specialized has made revisions to the top-end 26in wheel Camber frame for 2012, but has it gone far enough to fend off the competition?
The centre-piece of the AMR 5900 is a shiny, black Shimano XT chainset. But with deep cuts elsewhere in the spec, has Ghost balanced its 2012 budget correctly?
We test five amazing new carbon trail bikes in the April issue. Which one is fastest down our test track?
After putting Cube’s Stereo through its paces over the past 12 months, mbr’s Mick Kirkman delivers his final verdict.
Is YT Industries the new Canyon? We've got one of its 150mm travel trail bikes to review in an upcoming issue, but here are a few initial thoughts now it's…
Have 12 months of racing and riding from bike-wrecker Roo Fowler left the Specialized Stumpjumper Evo in shabby shape? Far from it...
Testing the Lapierre Zesty for 12 months has given us a unique insight into how it rides and how it stands up to use and abuse — read the final report
Of the 47 bikes we tested in 2011, six scored a perfect 10 out of 10. But only one will be crowned Bike of the Year