E-mountain bike development is on the fast track at the moment, as brands tussle to come out on top. But what are the emerging trends? MBA picks our top three. Read more
From beginners to seasoned riders, E-mountain bikes are transforming the way people think about mountain biking. In the first of our series, MBA gives you the lowdown on some of the best buys.
It's a new year, and with that comes a collection of exciting new bikes for your delectation. Here's MBA's picks of the bunch for 2019.
What's in a name? For Marin, it's more than three decades of mountain biking heritage. Does the Rift Zone 3 live up to the company's legacy?
Pivot often falls into the 'fun but expensive' category, and its new alloy Switchblade is designed to answer that criticism
Looking for an affordable gravity sled that will take a licking? The Whyte G-170 S has speed to burn - heading downhill, at least.
This 160mm travel 29er isn't designed just to bomb down mountains, but to climb back up. Has Marin managed to build the ultimate trailbike?
Longer and lower, the 2018 Pivot Mach 6 is a long travel trail weapon.
First look at alloy version of Norco’s go-everywhere rig, now available in two wheel sizes
Whether you vote yes or no, electric bikes are here to stay… and they can be pretty surprising.
The Django is a relatively new addition to the Devinci lineup and it’s certainly new to the Aussie market, so what does this Canadian designed mid-travel bike have to offer?
Taking cues from their Optic trail bike and the mid-travel Sight, the all new Range delivers both 27.5 and 29-inch wheelsize options in a long travel package that’s pitched directly at the enduro market.
Offering a really high level of components for the price, Polygon presents an attractive package for the internet shopper, but how do they perform on the trail?