Recapped: The Complete 2018 Pinkbike Field Test
Editors' Choice: Trance vs Sensor vs Habit vs SB130
Specialized Stumpjumper 29
Kona Process 153 Carbon
Santa Cruz Bronson
Editors' Choice: Stumpjumper vs Remedy vs Process vs Bronson vs SB150
(or whatever it's called these days)
Editors' Choice: Firebird 29 vs Spartan 29 vs Ransom
3 Affordable Full Suspension Mountain Bikes Tested
The Whyte G-170 S hails from the UK, wears 27.5-inch wheels, has aggressive gravity-specific geometry, 170-millimeters of rear-wheel travel and a 180-millimeter fork. Norco's Fluid FS 1 is more trail oriented, with 29-inch wheels, 120 millimeters of rear wheel travel and a 130-millimeter fork, and the third member of the cast, Transition's Scout Alloy NX, splits the difference between the two, with 130 millimeters of rear suspension, a 150-millimeter fork and numbers capable of handling all but the pointiest lines in the valley.There are a lot of bikes to choose from in the $3,000 range, so we picked three different examples that embraced the best qualities of the genre to give the uninitiated bike buyer a feel for what's out there, and for which features are most important.
12 Bikes Hucked to Flat in Gratuitous Slow Motion
Full article with photos
Thanks for watching our antics this year—it's back to regularly scheduled reviews now, although we still have a few little video surprises coming up as well some select video reviews in the near future. We'll be back next year with another round. Aside from more hucks to flat and "field testing" Levy's ability to eat Haribo, what do you guys want to see next year?