A monthly round-up of the most popular content that graced our site in November: These are your top 5!
First Look: 2019 Canyon Spectral – All build variants in comparison
Finally, the time has come! Many of you have been waiting more eagerly for the introduction of Canyon’s 2019 Spectral range than for your next raise. Canyon has introduced its new Spectral lineup, so read on to find out which new models of the coveted trail bike will be available next season.
Full article: First Look: 2019 Canyon Spectral – All build variants in comparison
Sam Hill’s ‘Day of the Dead’ Nukeproof Mega 275c : The world’s fastest enduro bike
Today marks the date of the Mexican ‘Día de los Muertos’ festival, the ‘Day of the Dead’. The dusty streets bustle with macabre skulls and skeletons as crowds of revellers honour the deceased. As such it seems a good time to showcase 2 x EWS Champion Sam Hill’s insane Day of the Dead Nukeproof Mega 275c, officially the fastest enduro bike in the world and certainly the coolest paint job we have seen in our office.
Full article: Sam Hill’s ‘Day of the Dead’ Nukeproof Mega 275c : The world’s fastest enduro bike
SunRace MZ 12-Speed Drivetrain Review – Alternative to SRAM and Shimano?
Most companies would announce their release of a new product with launch parties, drum banging and high profile back slapping: strange then that SunRace would drop their potentially groundbreaking SunRace MZ 12-speed drivetrain onto the market with barely a whisper. We’ve had the chance to test it and were quite surprised.
Full article: SunRace MZ 12-Speed Drivetrain Review – Alternative to SRAM and Shimano?
First Ride Review: Canyon Neuron CF 2019 – All new 29er Trail Bike
The new Canyon Neuron CF 2019 promises to be the perfect companion for long rides and relaxed trail excursions, appealing to riders of all skill levels. We had the opportunity to test Canyon’s latest bike in Portugal, and we’ll tell you what it’s capable of.
Full article: First Ride Review: Canyon Neuron CF 2019 – All new 29er Trail Bike
Swarf Contour Review – is steel still real?
Steel was once a pillar of British industry, employing 350,000 people. While still a global industry worth £630 billion, the use of steel in high-end mountain bikes has all but died out. Is there still a place for the steel Swarf Contour 115 mm 29er, or is it a bike that should be left in the past?
Full article: Swarf Contour Review – is steel still real?
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