2016 Trek Top Fuel 9.9 SL – Roundtable Reel

Trek has a new XC boss its 2016 lineup.

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Tested: Scott Genius LT Plus vs. Genius LT


We pit Scott's plus-size Genius LT against it's normal-size twin to suss out some of the differences between the two wheel sizes.

First Look: 2016 Kona Bikes


Kona has updated their 2016 lineup with new colors and a few small component changes. Here's a look at the more significant changes.

First Look: New Felt Bikes


Felt Bicycles' mountain bike models received mostly minor changes for 2016–paint color, a few spec swaps here and there and a small price increase–with the biggest news of the year to come in October.

Trek Procaliber 9.9 SL – Roundtable Reel


Trek's new hardtail that’s…not quite a hardtail.

First Look: The New Juliana Nevis Carbon


Juliana’s hardtail cross-country weapon is now only available in carbon, and has received some updates that Juliana claims will make it more compliant and stable, while still maintaining the bike's razor-sharp handling.

Review: Cannondale Jekyll 3


Click the handlebar-mounted travel adjuster and the Jekyll morphs from downhill slayer to climbing stud.

First Look: 2016 Specialized Camber


With a slacker head angle, shorter stays and a lower bottom bracket, the 2016 Camber has the geometry to make it absolutely crush trails. And it does, but with a much more XC feel than the 2014 and 2015 EVO models.

Review: Kona Process 153


Read Vernon's final take on Kona's all-mountain slayer.

First Look: 2016 Trek XC Bikes


Trek reboots their XC lineup, showing two new models with throwback names.

First Look: New Ibis Ripley LS and Revamped Ripley


In addition to a host of frame updates to their original Ripley, Ibis is showing off the new "longer and slacker" Ripley LS.

Reviewed: Santa Cruz V10


The Santa Cruz V10 is best known for winning races and finishing atop the podium. With development aided by the one of the most successful teams in World Cup downhill history, the V10 ushers in a new generation of downhill race bikes.

Pivot Announces Mach 429 Trail


Pivot's new Mach 429 Trail was inspired by the capability–and limitations–of the Arizona company's cross country race bike, the Mach 429SL. The 429SL is still very much a race bike, but there's no doubt that it begins to cross the aisle from leg-shavers to seat-droppers. It was this fun factor that the 492 Trail was born from.

First Look: Yeti Beti SB5C and ASRC


Female influences have been a constant throughout Yeti Cycles' heritage–over the years it's sponsored some of the fastest women in the sport, the likes of Juli Furtado, Marla Streb, Tara Llanes, Jill Kintner and Rosara Joseph–but until now it hasn't marketed a bike specifically for that demographic.

BMC Announces 650b Speedfox Trailcrew


BMC has released details on their new 650b all-mountain bike.

Ibis Mojo HD3 Special Blend | Dual Tester


Ibis' new Mojo HD3 was one of the favorites among our testers in this year's Bible, but the model we tested was on the pricey side. This one sells for about half as much, and rolls on the same carbon chassis.

First Ride: Focus Spine


The Spine is a new short-travel ripper from Focus. Have a look and check out our initial ride impressions.

First Ride: Focus SAM Carbon


Initial ride impressions and details on the new carbon version of Focus' all-mountain bike.

Ghost Riot 9 LC | Dual Tester


Only a few names like BMC and Lapierre have crossed the pond in recent years, and they rarely grab much of a foothold here. But 22-year-old German brand, Ghost, is getting a bit of a leg up from REI.

Tested: 2016 Specialized Stumpjumper FSR 29


Specialized announced its 2016 Stumpjumper today, and it has a huge hole in it.

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