- Bike Checks
170mm of dw-link action coming at ya! Read the Vital MTB Test Sessions review of this ripping ride.
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2016 Bike of the Year: Pivot Cycles Switchblade Picking just one bike to rule them all is no easy task, but our team of testers spent hundreds of hours riding the latest and greatest two-wheeled steeds over the past twelve months enabling them to do just that. Which one came out on top? 2016's...
Posted by sspomer on 12/29/2016 11:17 AM
Eliot Jackson gets creative in the Whistler Bike Park with some old classics and new lines. 'Go Fast, Pull Up'. For more Whistler insanity, check out EJ from a couple of years back too!
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After an awesome time on the southern side of the world, getting back home to the UK before the World Cup season starts is an important re-set (and weather reality check)...it gets good quick when I turn up on my trail bike and dirt jumper...Surrey is just outside of London and has some of the m...
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Chase and Bond get the first ride on the new Pivot Switchblade in Sedona, Arizona, putting the bike's 29 and 27.5+ options to the test on some incredibly technical trails. "Purpose-built to meet the demands of enduro and aggressive trail riding, Pivot’s Switchblade is a versatile ripper with ...
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It's always incredible to come back to New Zealand. Every summer is better than the one before it and you wonder where it can go next...but Queenstown always has something new going on! Skyline gondola and bike park have a new jump trail and with Crankworx around the corner, there are so many ki...
Posted by iceman2058 on 3/9/2016 12:37 AM
Santacruz V10c versus the new Pivot Phoenix Carbon 2016. Two very good-looking bikes that use a similar suspension system (dual link system). Will one of them perform better than the other? Check it out! Simulation software used: http://www.bikechecker.com/
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