Author Archives: "Brice Minnigh"
Specialized showed us their new Stumpjumper 650B model and apparel line. We used it as an excuse to make this sick video of Matt Hunter and Kyle Norbraten.
The May issue of Bike magazine hits newsstands around the world today. We can’t wait for you to get your paws on this 140-page taste of sweetness and light.
Could Cannondale’s rookie enduro racer, Marco Osborne, be the man to beat on this year’s North American enduro circuit? All signs point to the affirmative.
One of the highlights of this year’s Cannondale Factory Racing camp was the chance to ride the new 27.5-inch Jekyll on southern Spain’s steep, rocky trails.
Cannondale’s North American OverMountain team riders will race this year on the new SuperMax Lefty fork, including longtime Fox Racing Shox rider Mark Weir.
Our longtime romance with the Trek Remedy has had highs and lows. But with the new 27.5-inch-wheeled Remedy, we’ve been reunited—and yes, it feels so good.
The Taipei International Cycle Show is about more than handshakes and the ritual exchange of business cards. It’s also about zombie metal and breastfeeding.
After spending serious time on the new Yeti SB-75 during our Bible of Bike Tests , we were divided over how it stacks up against its ‘Super Bike’ siblings.
The Intense Carbine 29 certainly evoked some intense feelings from the testers who put this impeccably equipped 29er through its paces in Sedona, Arizona.
The Specialized Epic Comp Carbon made our testers want to don race bibs and give Dave Wiens and Lance Armstrong a run for their money in the Leadville 100.
The latest version of Salsa’s all-mountain 29er, the Horsethief 2, left some of our testers wanting to hit the trail as if they were running from the law.
As Bike magazine drops into its third decade of publication, we’re revamping our look and feel to keep things nice and edgy. Are we really all grown up?
Marin has made a comeback with the Mount Vision Carbon XM Pro. But how does this smartly equipped model rank against other top-of-the-line ‘enduro’ bikes?
It took Malibu, California native Marshall Mullen five years to perfect his private backyard dirt jumps. Our video and photos give you a rare look at them.
Since when did cross-country mountain biking become synonymous with spandex, seriousness and shedding every possible gram from your bike? For most riders, it’s simply about going for a shred with your friends—and, of course, going as fast as you can, both down and up.