The Commencal Meta Power SX looks awesome from all angles!

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The Mountain Bike of the Future

What will mountain bikes look like in 2028 or in coming future? Here’s our compilation from the educated guesses…

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The game’s developer has created Shred! 2 with the goal of having it be a Pumped BMX meets Tony Hawk.

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Kali Protective helmets are tricky because the important stuff is pretty much hidden from view. Thank God for cutaways, though. You’re looking at a sliced open Kali full face that shows off their Nano Fusion shell, which kinda sounds like it’s from a NASA science lab.

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Introducing the ENVE Upgrade Program

For a limited time, you can trade in your new, used, battered or babied ENVE or OTHER brand carbon wheelset and trade up to the latest ENVE M Series, G Series, or SES technology.

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There’s a New MTB Shoe Brand in Town

PRESS RELEASE: Ride Concepts Ride Concepts is proud to debut its line of progressive, high-performance mountain bike footwear. Founded around a deep passion for mountain biking and the communities that it inspires, Ride Concepts comes to fruition after years of riding, market research, careful design and partnership development, and is set on creating dirt-riding footwear

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Choosing the right lube for your bike can be difficult! That’s why we have created this handy guide to help you make the right decision and get the most out of your next ride!

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Tired of the “same old” in the Whistler Bike Park, Yoann Barelli does what few can claim to ever have done and rides Squamish’s technical double black diamond Treasure Trail before heading off to La Thuile for the Enduro World Series.

PRESS RELEASE>> San Luis Obispo, California – Premier accessory manufacturer Lezyne proudly introduces their new Mega series of GPS cycling computers. Lezyne quickly established itself in the GPS category, and the company has gone next level with their new Mega XL and Mega C units. In addition to full mapping capabilities, both devices increase in

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[ad_1]   The Renthal Fatbar is a modern day icon. Look at any arena shot of a World Cup DH winner and chances are you will see a glint of gold from their cockpit. Renthal have now released their new V2 model, wider, stiffer and sexier than ever before. The new V2 version of the

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The Clash replaces the Meta SX and comes with a metric shock, boost spacing, and 27.5 wheels.

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[ad_1] Chances are good that by now you’ve heard of the Selva S fork from Formula which was released last year and has been received well in the enduro and all-mountain communities, especially by those who enjoy the ability to fine tune their suspension characteristics. New for 2019, Formula is introducing the Selva R which

Doddy is out at Eurobike this week spotting all of the new releases in mountain bike tech. He gets incredibly excited over the new hydraulic 13 speed groupset from Rotor, as well as the latest offerings from FSA, Define, Hed and many more! Subscribe: The GMBN Shop: Have you ever seen a rim

[ad_1] Santa Cruz and sister brand Juliana Bicycles has released new, updated and overhauled versions of two of their most popular bikes, the 5010/Furtado and the Bronson/Roubion. Headline updates Significant updates to the 5010/Furtado and Bronson/Roubion geometry Both frames are plus-compatible Bronson/Roubion get a similar rear suspension setup as the Nomad/Strega 15mm longer reach on

Why do we call a bike the Trail? Simply because it’s a bike for real mountain bike trails, not necessarily just for high alpine rides or ski resort lifts. The goal is to enjoy the efficient climbing capabilities, to be able to ride to wherever you’re going to have the most fun and then descend safely with maximum smiles!

[ad_1] When it comes to protection, are all bike helmets the same? And does MIPS actually work? A new helmet-safety rating program created by Virginia Tech and the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) answers these questions and awarded star ratings to 30 popular helmets. In Virginia Tech’s testing, cost did not predict performance; the $200

[ad_1] Welcome to BikeRadar’s buyer’s guide to mountain bike groupsets. A group, gruppo or groupset are all ways of describing the collection of parts that make up a bicycle’s drivetrain. The components include the shifters, crankset, bottom bracket front and rear derailleurs, chain, and cassette. Brakes are sometimes included in component series, but for this article, we’re going

[ad_1] Words: Magura No one’s hands are the same – so why should all brakes have the same lever? DH World Champion Loic Bruni and MAGURA went in search of the perfect lever ergonomics – and failed. Instead gaining the knowledge that ergonomics is a completely individual matter. With the product program #customizeyourbrake MAGURA offers

PRESS RELEASE: AMS We are pleased to announce a new product on the AMS family: the AMS Crank Defenders! The idea behind the product is to be able to offer not just protection but also style to the cranks, as we started doing back in 2013 with our famous AMS Frame Guards. The AMS Crank

 The META AM 29 could be mistaken for the META AM V4 but almost everything has changed to enhance the 29’’ platform. We used all of our experiences from the SUPREME 29 development to find the right recipe to make an equally impressive 29’’ enduro bike.   WHAT DIDN’T CHANGE? Dropouts. The rear shock