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Bike Review Category

9.1

Versatile!

Long Term Review: Salsa Mukluk X7

Mar 30, 2017
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JackPadega

When thinking of expedition-oriented fatbikes, the Salsa Mukluk is invariably one of the first that pops into my mind. Not only is Salsa one of the biggest names within the industry, they were one of the originators of the movement. The quality of their products shows this, and it’s exciting to see what the Mukluk series can handle. Fatbikes are

9.1

Unreal

Tested: Two Seasons Rolling on The Pivot Les Fat

Mar 27, 2017
1,063 Views

Anyone who knows me knows that I’m an all-embracing bike junkie. Despite having a dozen or so enviable, quiver-killing rides slung throughout my garage, if the bike-bureaucrats were to come knocking and take them all but one, this Pivot Les Fat might be the sole survivor. I’m not even really sure I like fatbikes, if I’m coming clean, but I

9.2

Amazing!

Tested: Santa Cruz Tallboy 3 CC

Nov 09, 2016
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Like many, this story begins as the proud owner of either the legendary Tallboy or its updated follow-up the Tallboy 2. Both were undeniable, leading-edge bikes in the budding 29er market. In my case, it was the second version, and like countless skeptics was the bike that sold me on the big wheels. The capabilities of my Tallboy 2 never

8.3

Amazing

TESTED: 2015 Scott Genius LT 700 Tuned

Nov 17, 2015
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wall66

The Genius LT has been part of the Scott Sports line up for a few years now, but in the past couple, it has received some major updating. Gone are it’s 185mm of travel—a bit of a nowheresville with regards to speciality for it’s rider. It has also seen them move away from the DT Swiss pull shock system, and

8.7

Amazing!

Tested: Intense Spider 275 Pro

Aug 04, 2015
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fietser

Intense Cycles has long been a forward thinking company where bike design is concerned. Long before adopting the VPP suspension platform, the company had one of the greatest downhill race machines of all time, the M1. A bike that had major bike manufacturers so caught off the back that their own racers insisted on riding rebadged versions of it rather

8.6

Tested: Giant Reign Advanced 0

Jul 20, 2015
12,606 Views

When we first reviewed Giant’s Reign 2 as part of our Fall Test Session last year, it took top marks based on its incredible value and performance.   Having experienced what Giant could deliver in a $2800 package, I was left pining for their Enduro World Series caliber Reign Advanced 0. The rebirth of Giant’s Reign bikes progressed the venerable line

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