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After witnessing the destruction of their region the boys from Talbingo MTB Club came up with a plan.

Often overlooked, a comfortable backpack can make or break a rider’s experience. How did the Macpac Amp Multi Pack handle?

You can’t change the weather but you can take measures that’ll help you survive the heat this summer, as Emily Miazga explains.

Gravel riding is quite the thing at the moment, but; what’s it really all about, and do you need a gravel bike?

The NINETY-SIX gets with the times with a short travel overhaul.

Merida is broadly known as a conservative brand. Their heritage is firmly rooted in world cup XC racing and their models usually play it safe when it comes to frame design and geometry. Well the Big Trail is a Merida but not as we know it!

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Starting from just $1249, the BIG.TRAIL promises riders pure and simple fun.

Check out the new Giant Trance X 29 and Liv's first ever trail bike 29er, the Intrigue.

The 2021 Orbea Oiz promises riders a lighter, more refined XC rig.

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Scratched fork stanchions can damage your bushings and wiper seals, as well as compromising suspension performance. Here's an easy fix that'll keep you rolling without the need for an expensive new fork.

Should you be riding flats? Steve Hinchliffe debunks the myth that flat pedals are inefficient and not for 'serious' mountain bikers.

Regular servicing will keep your fork running smoothly and can save you a lot of money - here's how you do it.

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Check out two of Bikecorp's new offerings, Tannus Armour and Michelin DH tyres.

Shimano have unveiled some new Enduro and XC kicks.

Japanese tyre brand Panaracer aren’t a household name in Australia but are making inroads with these XC rubber offerings.

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In the latest segment of Club Chat we investigate the famous Tip Riders in the aftermath of the bushfire crisis.

Travis starts Sunday's events feeling a little worse for wear....

Hidden on the South-West tip of Australia, Albany comes alive every September for the adrenaline-inducing Southern Peaks event.

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Headline features include a frame that is 130g lighter than the previous model, a 16% reduction. The new frame is 703g, and the new fork is 329g, bringing the frame to just over the 1kg mark.

The URS LT (Long Travel) offers adjustable front suspension, via a dial on the top of the stem, that controls the bike’s integrated coil-sprung fork.

Raced over the most arduous and thrilling World Championship course in years, and in front of hundreds of thousands of screaming fans, the atmosphere was absolutely electric.