Mountain Bike News
Mike Levy    Oct 28, 2010
X-Fusion Vengeance HLR Fork Review X-Fusion Vengeance HLR Fork Review
X-Fusion may be the underdogs right now, but they've pulled out all of the stops with their 160 mm travel Vengeance HLR. Inside you can read my thoughts on the X-Fusion all-mountain fork, as well as check out its impressive internals to see what makes it tick.

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Mike Levy    Oct 25, 2010
DMR V12 Pedals Review DMR V12 Pedals Review
With their classic look and average weight, the DMR V12 pedals may not catch your eye at first, but inside you'll see that there is more to the story than that. Keep reading to see how these UK exports performed during their time on my bike. We also take a quick look at DMR's V8 and new Vault pedal, as well as their colorful Pimp My Pedals kit.

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Tyler Maine    Oct 22, 2010
2011 Camelbak H.A.W.G. NV Review 2011 Camelbak H.A.W.G. NV Review
The 2011 Camelbak H.A.W.G. NV (Holds A lot of Water and Gear) hydration pack showed up here a few months ago and I have been using it on every ride since. New and lighter materials are used in its construction, the N.V.I.S(TM) back panel allows even better ventilation, overall it's a refined pack from its 2010 brother.

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Dunbar Cycles    Oct 21, 2010
2011 Devinci Wilson Review 2011 Devinci Wilson Review
Devinci's new and much anticipated 2011 Wilson has been generating an incredible amount of buzz, and rightfully so, as the new bike is a complete redesign with the help of suspension guru Dave Weagle. That's all well and good, but some trail time is what we all really want to hear about. We were fortunate enough to be able to put in some hot laps at Whistler and then keep the new Wilson for six weeks of thrashing on our local B.C. mountains. Inside you can read the first test of the 2011 Wilson, check out all of the photos, and watch three videos!

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Mike Levy    Oct 19, 2010
KS i950r Telescoping Seatpost Review KS i950r Telescoping Seatpost Review
Telescoping posts are catching on fast, and for good reason as they can add flow and fun to nearly any ride. More and more companies are introducing new models, but Kind Shock has had their i950r available for a few seasons now. I've put nearly a full year of riding on the KS and inside you can see how it stacks up against the growing competition.

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Sharon Bader    Oct 15, 2010
Pivot Firebird - Reviewed Pivot Firebird - Reviewed
What weighs close to thirty pounds and has 170mm of travel? Inside we take a closer look at Pivot's lightweight and hard hitting Firebird, a bike that is sure to break molds and open people's minds to the possibility of taking their long travel bikes to new places. Inside you can check out all of the details and specs, as well as multiple videos and lots of photos.

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Mike Levy    Oct 14, 2010
Syncros Crux Pedals Review Syncros Crux Pedals Review
The pedal market has seriously exploded over the last few years with plenty of pretty anodized options or mega light platforms to choose from. The Syncros Crux pedals are not trying to be the lightest or brightest around, but instead a grippy and reliable option that focuses more on function than flash. You'll find all of the details inside, including photos of their unique split pin design and how they held up over the test period.

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Mike Levy    Oct 13, 2010
Marin Attack Trail 6.9 Review Marin Attack Trail 6.9 Review
Marin's distinctive looking Attack Trail 6.9 not only has unique looks, but also a ride that separates it from the crowd. Inside you can see all of the photos and read up on how this burly 150 mm travel bike performed throughout the test!

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Mitch Chubey    Oct 6, 2010
RockShox Turn Coat Review RockShox Turn Coat Review
For dirt jump and slope style riders there has always been the issue of figuring out how to route the front brake line. You could run a really long front break line; I have done that before, and have a complete mess of cables. The usual alternatives are to use a BMX over sized star nut or modify a regular one and route it through a narrow hole and have the line stick straight up out of the steer. RockShox has come out with a solution, enter the Turn Coat.

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John Lee    Oct 5, 2010
Part 2 - Balance Bikes - The Progression Project! Part 2 - Balance Bikes - The Progression Project!
4 Months ago my son got his 23 month old hands on a Weeride Balance Bike - the video and pictures will hopefully show you how far he has progressed on it since his last video on here.

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Karl Burkat    Oct 2, 2010
Qualification Results: New Breed Of Athletes Attack Red Bull Rampage Course Qualification Results: New Breed Of Athletes Attack Red Bull Rampage Course
After a month of digging, shoveling and shaping, the Red Bull Rampage course was primed and ready for action. Twenty-one of mountain biking’s up and coming athletes sent it down the picturesque Utah landscape, vying for 10 open spots in the event Finals. Riders from around the world from New Zealand to Spain to Canada dropped in, but it was a rider from just down the road that topped them all.

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