Mountain Bike News
Tyler Maine    :: from Ryan KuhnJul 25, 2007
Pimp my pimp ride – A new Diabolus front end Pimp my pimp ride – A new Diabolus front end
I have a confession to make. I’ve grappled with an affliction for most of my life, starting with my first Schwinn BMX at 6 years old and on through decades of cyclelogical obsession. The truth is, I’m a bona fide Gearhead.

I’m not only on the eternal quest for stuff that works and won’t break. In my opinion, that’s the baseline for any company touting itself as a purveyor of “freeride” quality today. To the point, I’m a stickler for the nuances of high performance and – I must admit – a sucker for bike bling.
Tyler Maine    :: from Strahan LokenJul 23, 2007
2007 RockShox Argyle 409 Review 2007 RockShox Argyle 409 Review
It’s no secret that the SRAM RockShox lineup has been tearing up the downhill and freeride scene with the Boxxer and Totem series, but what about the lowly dirt jump fork, intended for bikes that get ridden hard every day on all types of terrain from dirt jumps, to street, to skate parks, to pump tracks?

SRAM’s offering for this market segment is the Argyle series. At the top of this lineup for 2007 is the Argyle 409, an air sprung fork with a sweet “punishmint” color scheme, burly mechanicals, intelligent design, and useful technology to keep you rolling.
Mike Levy    :: from Mike "Kakah!" LevyJul 22, 2007
Testing, Testing, 1...2...3... Testing, Testing, 1...2...3...
We have a few choice parts being put to the test over the next few warm summer months here in B.C. Call it what you want but I like to think of it as the "fillet mignon" of our Fresh Meat articles if you will. This is just to wet your appetite for now but expect full length pieces later in the summer on the super trick Industry Nine DH wheelset, White Brother's 5.2lb DH fork and the much anticipated Cane Creek DoubleBarrel shock.

Read on...
Tyler Maine    :: from The C-TeamJul 18, 2007
C-Team review the KHS DH-200 and preview the KHS FR Lucky 7 C-Team review the KHS DH-200 and preview the KHS FR Lucky 7
As a bike company KHS has been around since the mid 70’s. In recent years they have developed a line of DH and FR bikes. The DH has been available as a complete bike for 2 seasons. The new 2008 FR Lucky 7 is to be unveiled at this year’s Crankworx.
Robert Rebholz    :: from Robert RebholzJul 1, 2007
Marzocchi Press Launch 2008 Line Marzocchi Press Launch 2008 Line
Marzocchi launched their 2008 line this past month in Cortina, Italy, with a fleet of lighter, more nimble forks and shocks for every mountain application. I couldn’t imagine a better place to thrash a new suspension set up than the beautiful Dolomite range in Northern Italy.
Tyler Maine    :: from Christian Schloessman Jul 1, 2007
E-Thirteen LG1 chainguide review E-Thirteen LG1 chainguide review
This has got to be the easiest chainguide systems I've ever set up. It took me about twenty five minutes to install. If you are used to E-Thirteen Chainguides you shouldn't have any problems! Really simple system and extremely light, even with the 36 tooth E-Thirteen chainring. The chainring itself only weighs 37.26 grams. That’s lighter than a CD.
 
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