This bike will reach across the aisle and get things done. It doesn’t pick sides. It can be quick and darty, but it can also grit its teeth and charge. Neither rocket nor barge, the Rascal takes all things in moderation. The post Revel Rascal, XX1 Eagle Enve kit – $8,700 appeared first on BIKE Magazine.
We’re used to seeing gain travel with time. Rarely do we see bikes lose travel. The latter is exactly the case of the Alchemy Arktos though, and it's a good thing. The post Alchemy Arktos 29 ST | $3,000 (frame w/ shock) appeared first on BIKE Magazine.
There’s almost no better feeling than when a bike vastly outperforms our predictions. That's what riding the Fuji Rakan was like—mostly. The post Fuji Rakan 1.1 | $4,000 appeared first on BIKE Magazine.
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Pivot may have dropped the “Mach” but, this bike is still wickedly fast—and fun. The post Pivot Trail 429 Pro XT/XTR | $5,900 appeared first on BIKE Magazine.
Don’t let its Ripmo-esque silhouette fool you. The new Ripley is still the light and quick machine that it’s always been, but its updates edge it into more aggressive territory. The post Ibis Ripley XTR – $9,200 appeared first on BIKE Magazine.
Just like baseball players warming up with spring training—often in Arizona—Bike had a spring Bible of Bike Tests and where’d we end up (the question we’re always asked)? Arizona too. Specifically Tucson, and Tucson was just great. We tested six mid-travel 29s this stop, some might call these trail bikes, and they’d be correct. But Read More The post 2019 Bible of Bikes Tests: Tucson appeared first on BIKE Magazine.
When designed with certainty, simplicity is a good thing, The post Commencal Meta TR 29 Essential Fox Brushed | $3,300 appeared first on BIKE Magazine.