Dressed in top-of-the-range Fox Factory suspension with Kashima coating there’s no quibbling with the spec of the Cube Stereo Hybrid 160 HPC.
Transition Spur joins the downcountry mountain bike wave. Sporting modest amounts of suspension travel but not shying away from aggressive geometry.
Third-generation Evil Following includes a jutting jawline that’s sharper-edged, a seat tube brace for improved standover clearance and internal cabling.
It's been a gaping hole in Canyon's mountain bike range for some time, but now the German direct-sales giant has finally launched a Canyon Spectral 29.
If Tonka did mountain bikes, we reckon they would look a lot like the Trek Rail 9. Pumped up in all directions, the Rail is like a two-wheel linebacker.
The new 140mm travel Cotic Jeht boasts high end suspension and now a Taiwanese-made steel frame option to lop hundreds from the price.
The NS Bikes Define AL 150 range shares the same frame as its AL 130 stablemate - what difference will the extra travel make on the trails?
The Santa Cruz Bullit is back! Hot on the heels of the Heckler MX is their heaviest hitting e-bike with 170mm travel, Shimano EP8 motor and mullet wheels.
Vitus E-Sommet VRX is an enduro ready e-bike with progresive sizing and geometry. New frame design with Shimano EP8 motor and integrated 630Wh battery.
Specialized Turbo Kenevo Expert isn't just slapping on a 180mm-travel RockShox Boxxer fork and calling it a day though. It's a completely redesigned frame.
Nukeproof updates its sucessful Mega race bike - revised geometry and extra sizes all with space for a bottle, but is the new Nukeproof Mega 290 better?
With the 2021 Specialized Stumpjumper Expert, the original - and arguably the world's most popular - trail bike gets a hosts of refinements.
Cannondale Moterra Neo SE has been modified for more extreme riding; same 160mm travel frame but it has been hopped up with a 180mm RockShox Boxxer fork.
With the new Specialized S-Works Stumpjumper Evo, Specialized revamps its most radical trail bike to date. More sizes and multiple geometry configurations.
The recently revived Trance X 29 family expands to include two Giant Trance X Advanced carbon options, with entry-level Pro 29 1 at £4999.
NS Synonym TR is one of the most down-country bikes in attitude. And that’s because, at its heart, it is a hopped-up cross-country race bike.
Geometry and sizing is consistent across the Marin Rift Zone range, so the fit is going to be identical, right down to the stubby 35mm stem.
When the Giant Trance Advanced 29 was launched back in 2018, it was one of the first brands to promote the idea of doing more with less.
With its latest hardtail - the Yeti ARC T1 - this iconic brand reimagines one of its retro classics for the modern era. If only the pricing was retro too...
Downhill Focus: the Focus Sam2 e-bike is now totally optimised for descending, with the chunkiest suspension around, enduro-ready geometry.