This year is brimming with blinged out, high-zoot, lightweight and thoroughly badass mountain bikes. Those adjectives, however, don’t always share real estate in the same sentence with words like “value.” So, what the hell, here’s a list of some bikes that I think present a good value. They aren’t “cheap,” they might not even be “affordable,” but they are all a hell of a lot of bike for the buck.
Trek's Remedy model often overshadows its rowdier stable mate, the Slash. Trek’s Slash, however, takes the ability to brawl up a solid notch or two, with 6.3 inches of rear suspension, a more gravity-oriented geometry and both a stouter frame and parts pick.
We check out Specialized's Stumpjumper FSR Expert 650b at Interbike's Outdoor Demo.
The Juliana Furtado is truly a single bike that is capable of adapting to its surroundings and leading you on adventures in the backcountry or right out of the garage. But after two years on the market, it needed a little sprucing up and Santa Cruz Bicycles designed one hell of a fun whip.
A one-day test aboard the top-shelf plus-size Stumpjumper.
Canyon has partnered with a third party in the U.S. to help it establish a system for customer service, technical support and warranty. Since Canyon doesn’t sell its bikes through a traditional brick-and-mortar retail model, having the right process in place to field customer inquiries is imperative.
Intense has been playing with plastic for about five years now, and we knew the downhill bike had to be in line for the carbon treatment at some point. That day came during Intense's 2016 product announcement here at Eurobike 2015.