Enduro Reviews and News


The Best Bike Chain Lubes for 2020


Do you want to find the best bike chain lube for you? Are you curious about what type to get? Wet, dry, wax or ceramic? We explain the tech and guide you to the best options for each type of bike lube.

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Review: 2020 Transition Sentinel


Can this revamped long-travel 29er out-perform the original?

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First Ride: Guerrilla Gravity Gnarvana


The Gnarvana is Guerrilla Gravity’s heavy-hitting 29er intended for enduro racing, aggressive trail riding, and park riding. It’s the fifth model built around the Revved modular frame platform

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Review: Muc-Off Bike-specific pressure washer


Is the Muc-Off bike pressure washer a godsend or a menace for bikes? Read on and find out.

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First ride: Ibis Ripmo version 2.0


Is the revamped Ripmo as good of an all-arounder as the original?

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Canyon Launches two new Strive CFR models for 2020


Pound for pound, and component by component, the new Strive CFRs are the best-equipped enduro bikes on the market for the money.

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Canyon launches 2020 mountain bike line-up


Take a look at the latest mountain bikes from this consumer-direct brand

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Salsa’s new Rangefinder hardtails are fun and affordable


Salsa Announces New Rangefinder Line The Salsa Rangefinder is the newest addition to it’s expanding adventure and hardtail catalog. The new hardtail sits next to the Timberjack with an affordable price, modern trail geometry and lots of great build choices. The Rangefinder looks to make the mountains and trails more accessible to the masses without compromising […]

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YT announce DECOY Pro 29 and DECOY Base 29 all-mountain range


YT embarks on a new mission with all-new DECOY models

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Ibis Ripmo AF review


Since Ibis relaunched in 2004, the company has focused exclusively on carbon frames. Today, the Santa Cruz-based brand is launching a more affordable version of its long-travel 29er, the Ripmo, in aluminum. The Ripmo AF (aluminum frame), isn’t the same bike made from a different material. It’s longer, slacker and incorporates a more progressive suspension […]

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Leatt unveils Twenty/Twenty Apparel and Protection line


South African protection and apparel brand, Leatt, is launching their all-new Twenty/Twenty DBX MTB gear collection. Offering a diverse mix of head-to-knee protection and an exclusive apparel range for MTB and urban purposes. The DBX Twenty/Twenty range offers a totally new look and feel and fresh colorways for all pants, shorts, helmets and gloves. Helmets […]

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Enduro World Series will host e-bike enduro racing in 2020


The EWS will start an e-bike enduro series which will feature three rounds across Europe in France, Switzerland, and Italy – with the overall winners crowned the Enduro World Series-E Champions.

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Sharpen your skills with Ninja Mountain Bike Performance


Sharpen your skills with Ninja Mountain Bike Performance. Taking a mountain biking skills class is the best way to rapidly become proficient and raise your confidence at riding trails of all different levels of difficulty. Whether you recently fell in love with trail riding or consider yourself a seasoned veteran, attending a skills camp or […]

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Video: Jeff Kendall-Weed shredding Kamloops


Jeff Kendall-Weed found mountain biking in the late 1990s, and one of the most influential videos of the era was Kranked. So he paid the hallowed place a visit.

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2020 Rocky Mountain Slayer First Ride Review


Rocky Mountain released the latest rendition of the Slayer today, and we had a chance to take one out for a ride with Rocky Mountain’s PR frontman and former Olympian, Andreas Hestler, on some of the techiest trails in the Whistler valley. Rocky Mountain Slayer: everything you need to know Rocky Mountain Slayer Carbon 70 […]

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Rocky Mountain Slayer – First Look


Rocky Mountain is launching a new and improved version of its hard-hitting enduro bike. The 2020 Slayer features progressive geometry, a boost in front and rear suspension travel and adjustable geometry. Best of all, Rocky Mountain gives riders the ability to choose their preferred wheel size and frame material. 2020 Rocky Mountain Slayer First Ride Review […]

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Maxxis rolls out the Dissector


Maxxis is rolling out a new tread pattern intended to meet the needs of aggressive riders seeking speed and control on dry and loose terrain. Maxxis Dissector Highlights  Available in 27.5×2.40 and 29×2.40 sizes Wide Trail casing optimized for 30-35mm internal rim widths Weight range: 800-1,206g (claimed) Pricing is $75 for the EXO casing and […]

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Giant Reign 29 Advanced First Ride Review


It was only a matter of time until Giant was going to bump up its last remaining 27.5-inch trail bike to 29-inch wheels, and after a couple of days riding the new Reign Advanced Pro 29 in Revelstoke, British Columbia, it’s safe to say that the larger wheels fit nicely on the enduro-flavored offering. Giant […]

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Yeti SB140 – First Ride


The final piece of the revamped (and bottle cage enhanced) Yeti puzzle fell into place today, as the Golden, Colorado-based bike maker lifted the lid on its new SB140 trail bike. Falling in line with a naming structure already applied to the stable of bikes Yeti launched in 2018 (SB100, SB130, SB150), and earlier this […]

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Ride Concepts Releases Next Generation of Flat and Clipless Footwear


Ride Concepts releases Five New premium shoes, including kids for both flat and clipless shredding

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Yeti SB165 Unveiled


On Tuesday, the Golden, Colorado-
based bike maker lifted the lid on its latest smaller-wheeled trail smasher, the SB165, which is
the slackest and longest travel option in their line-up.

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100% Introduces Altec and Trajecta Helmets


This week 100% announced the addition of two new helmets to its fast-growing mountain bike line; the Altec aimed at the all-mountain crowd and Trajecta for the enduro racers.

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Review Teravail Ehline tire


The Ehline is a deeply knobbed tire that rolls great on hardpacked trails. A very versatile tread, which sharp lugs and progressive design bites on a variety of trail and gravel conditions. Available in both a light/supple or sturdy/durable that both have their place on the trails. Teravail is expanding their tire line – and […]

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Rock Shox announces new Reverb Stealth dropper


The Reverb is now updated to address the major issue of sagging. Simply depress the Vent Valve, compress the post, and you’re good to go – squish eliminated.

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Orbea Occam is ready for trail and all the mountains


Orbea took inspiration from the form and function of its successful Rallon to create the balance of stiffness, durability and low weight in the new Occam.

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