Just wondering if an 11-speed chainring (like you’d get on a SRAM X01 crankset) is compatible with a 1x10 setup?
I’m in Brisbane and have been shopping around for a new mountain bike. I’m thinking I will get a 29er dually but I’m hearing a lot of stuff from sales people that sounds like ‘BS’.
Can modern clutch style rear derailleurs affect the performance of some dual suspension bikes.
Despite being quite light (68kg), and running sag within the recommended range for my bike, I regularly seem to blow through all of the travel on my rear shock.
It concerns me that a $1,200 fork only lasts two years. Have you come across this type of thing before?
Does carbon fibre really have a valid place in rugged mountain biking, where rocks and crashes post a constant threat, or should it remain the reserve of road and XC race applications? Raoul Luescher offers his expert opinion.
Beyond the race action and star spotting, the Cairns round of the UCI World Cup also offered a unique opportunity to see what the pros really ride.
Triple chainrings, doubles and now single ring drivechains; we’ve never had so much choice in MTB gearing, but which is the best for you?
Enduro racing is touted as the next big thing, but what is it and what sort of gear do you need to get involved?
Taking a look at the popular MTB suspension designs in an effort to separate fact from fiction — let's get technical!
It’s hard not to be impressed when picking up a featherweight sub-8kg mountain bike but does really make a difference on the trail?