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Wahoo RFLKT Review

Oct 28, 2014
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Wahoo RFLKT / Blue SC / Tickr Any avid mountain biker – especially those who race – will ride with a cyclometer mounted to their handlebars. For years my cyclometer of choice was a Polar S610. It provided speed, distance, altitude, and heart rate monitor functions. It also allowed me to upload data from the cyclometer to my PC via

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RFG Fall Test Session: 2015 Enduro Bikes

Oct 21, 2014
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Welcome to the inaugural Riding Feels Good Fall Test Session! RFG will now be conducting fall, spring and summer test sessions, each honing in on a different category of bikes. For this first-ever test, we set our sights on popular 160mm travel enduro and all-mountain bikes. The RFG members that took part in this test session were a teacher, contractor,

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Tested: 2015 Giant Reign 2

Oct 21, 2014
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There is little debate that Giant Bicycles, touted as the largest manufactures of bikes in the world, was early in their adoption of the 27.5” wheel size. Despite this ‘all in’ approach to 27.5” the Reign, along with their full-blown DH bike the Glory, remained the last holdouts to the new wheel size – that is until this year. Fresh

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Tested: 2015 Norco Range C 7.2

Oct 21, 2014
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Over the past few years Norco has returned to form as one of the bike manufacturers that demands attention. In 2012, after greatly broadening their staff of bike designers and engineers, they came out with a line up of mountain bikes that may have been their best offering to the market in a decade. Certainly the Aurum from that line

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Tested: 2015 Cannondale Jekyll Carbon Team

Oct 21, 2014
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From humble beginnings making backpacks in a loft above a Connecticut pickle store Cannondale began making mountain bikes in 1984 and never looked back. Over the years the company has made a name for itself by designing and building outside-the-box bikes that challenge convention and usually perform tremendously. That tradition continues today and it is no coincidence that last year’s

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Tested: 2015 KHS SixFifty 7200

Oct 21, 2014
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Matty F

KHS take a decidedly conservative approach to their bikes, typically laying low, playing things on the safe side, without a flashy pro team, and rarely targeting higher price points. While many frames are hitting the market now without build options below $5,000, KHS has very few bikes that even clear that mark. While this perhaps doesn’t make KHS the most

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