Tags: Dirtjump Bikes
Norco Bicycles    Today
Norco Bicycles Announces New Rampage Dirt Jumper Norco Bicycles Announces New Rampage Dirt Jumper
Three new models in three sizes with geometry and components aimed at dirt jumping.
James Smurthwaite    Jun 16, 2019
Bike Check: Brett Rheeder's Prototype Trek Ticket S Bike Check: Brett Rheeder's Prototype Trek Ticket S
Rheeder talks about the changes he and Trek made to the new Ticket S and why he believes it gives him an advantage
Pinkbike Staff    Jun 29, 2018
YT Launches Limited Edition Play Slopestyle Bike YT Launches Limited Edition Play Slopestyle Bike
Made for the ultimate YT collector, and celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Play, only 25 examples of this limited edition carbon slopestyle bike will be made. Oh, and it's only available in Europe.
Paul Aston    Jun 24, 2018
Winning Slope Bike - Crankworx Les Gets 2018 Winning Slope Bike - Crankworx Les Gets 2018
I wonder how many degrees of rotation this bike has seen in its lifetime...
Mike Levy    May 11, 2015
Trek Ticket S - Review Trek Ticket S - Review
Trek's purpose-built slopestyle machine gets put to the test.
Brad Walton    Dec 8, 2011
2012 Cove Sanchez DJ - First Look 2012 Cove Sanchez DJ - First Look
Looking for something sturdy and simple? Check out Cove's steel framed Sanchez that is both lighter and slacker for 2012.
Reece Wallace    Apr 19, 2011
2011 Black Market Killswitch - Reviewed 2011 Black Market Killswitch - Reviewed
Black Market's Killswitch gets put through its paces. Find out if it can hold its own against the usual crew of dirt jump and slopestyle hardtails. Read the test, watch the movie.
Reece Wallace    Jul 29, 2010
2010 Kona Bass Review 2010 Kona Bass Review
Looking for a complete slope style bike that offers performance and mad steeze? Look no further, the trend setting, chrome ball burnished, 2010 Kona Bass slope style and dirt jump bike dishes up a very aesthetically pleasing design and colour, while setting the bar for slope style bikes.

Read on to find out some more!
Mike Levy    Apr 17, 2010
Fezzari 801 DJX1 Dirt Jump Bike Check - Sea Otter 2010 Fezzari 801 DJX1 Dirt Jump Bike Check - Sea Otter 2010
We caught up with the boys from Fezzari and got the lowdown on their new 801 dirt jump machine! Inside you'll find photos and specs, as well how to win yourself a brand new 801 frame!

Read on...
Mike Levy    Oct 2, 2009
Black Market Killswitch - Interbike 2009 Black Market Killswitch - Interbike 2009
About a month ago Black Market released a bit of info as well as some pictures of their new Killswitch 4" travel frame. Interest in the new bike was off the charts but there really wasn't that much information to share at the time. Fortunately for you guys we were able to catch up with Carter Holland of Black Market while in 'Vegas to give us the lowdown in his new machine. Inside we have loads of new pictures, as well as Carter on video explaining the new Killswitch!

Read on...
Jordan Holmes    Aug 8, 2009
2010 Kona Bass - Exclusive first look. 2010 Kona Bass - Exclusive first look.
Bass gets chromed!

The Kona Bass has been a solid slopestyle orientated bike for its whole life and for 2010 it took one more step into that realm. The Bass for 2010 has been refined down so it is as simple as it can be, and still be as functional as it needs to be.

Full Specs, Photos, Changes
Mike Levy    Jul 10, 2009
Haro Steel Reserve Eight - Bike Check Haro Steel Reserve Eight - Bike Check
There is just something great about having a 'little bike' to go and play on. Whether it's your only machine, or a second bike to go and do a bit of the urban/DJ thing, a small hardtail makes a great addition to any stable. Every bike company worth their salt has a lineup of these little bikes to pick from, today we're going to take a closer look at one of Haro's offerings.

Enter the Steel Reserve Eight.

Read On...
Jordan Holmes    Feb 13, 2008
The Little Bike that Can - Max Max by Commencal The Little Bike that Can - Max Max by Commencal
In 2000 a small French company was started, brandishing the name Commencal. Since that time they have been producing high quality bicycles, that appeal to all audiences. The Max Max hardtail was created as an affordable bike, but with a high quality frame. Created with the idea in mind that riders would purchase the bike at a young level, and slowly build it up over time to a bike of a higher caliber. The Max Max frame uses a very comfortable frame design, matched with good entry level parts. What's this mean to the rider? A sick frame, for an even sicker price. What else could you ask for?

Check out the Max Max.

 
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