A monthly round-up of the most popular content that graced our site in June: These are your top 5!
Specialized Enduro Coil 29 Review – Carbon meets Heavy Metal
American heavy metal band Manowar might be the self-declared “Kings of Metal,” but we’d argue that the team at Öhlins have a right to this title. With a long history in motorsports, over recent years they’ve built up their mountain bike suspension range, and Specialized have been in on the act since the start. Coming in a limited run of 200 bikes, the Specialized Enduro Coil Carbon is where carbon meets metal. For the main article head to: Specialized Enduro Coil 29 Review – Carbon meets Heavy Metal
What tire pressure should I run in my MTB?
When riding the only contact point (hopefully) between us and the ground is our tires – influencing how our bike feels more than any other expensive ‘must have’ accessory we could hope to buy! But how many of us know how to find our perfect tire pressure? It’s time to find out how: What tire pressure should I run in my MTB?
Rise & Fall – Top 10 of the best dropper seatposts in test
Taking us from lung-busting uphill crawls to thrill-filled gravity fun at the touch of a remote lever, dropper posts have become an essential component of our bikes. With the market growing ever more competitive, weaknesses are unforgivable and unreliability is no longer tolerated – perfection is the new status quo. We test ten of the best internal droppers to find out which is king. Read the full review here: Rise & Fall – Top 10 of the best dropper seatposts in test
Santa Cruz Hightower LT announced – more travel for the 29er
When the versatile Santa Cruz Hightower 29er was announced more than a year ago, it generated more hype than a Floyd Mayweather Vs Conor McGregor fight. Now the cult brand from California adds a longer travel version rocking 150 mm of travel to their lineup, the Santa Cruz Hightower LT! Read the full article here: Santa Cruz Hightower LT announced – more travel for the 29er
Whyte G-170 First Look – 170 mm, The New Number Of The Beast
We admit to being fans of the old Whyte G-160, a heretic at the time of launch, its uncompromising geometry screamed “race”. Today, Whyte announced news of the latest incarnation, the EWS-ready beast is back but now it has longer legs and a new carbon frame. It’s time to check out the new Whyte G-170: Whyte G-170 First Look – 170 mm, The New Number Of The Beast