Industry Reviews


“ “Bicycles Online Thank you for making us great!” At the end of April 2021, a few members of Bicycles Online made the journey to Melbo...
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“ Here at Bikes Online, we understand that the humble bicycle can leave a more significant environmental footprint than it should. We have tak...
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“ Fools you into thinking it's pricier. — Pinkbike Pinkbike have just finished up their “Budget Friendly Field Test Review” and of c...
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E-Bikes. They cost more, weigh more, and are evolving at a pace that is far more rapid than mountain bikes. Polygon has decided to jump into ...
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Basics 160-millimeter front and rear travel 29-inch wheels Aluminum frame only Shimano E7000 motor, or EP-8 on higher-end model Pros Famili...
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Polygon's first full-suspension eMTB could hardly be accused of following the crowd. Polygon is no stranger to unusual suspension layouts, ha...
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Basics 125-millimeter rear travel, 130 front 29-inch wheels Aluminum frame Pros Unbeatable value Smart spec Forgiving but familiar geometry...
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A Scottish research group composed of a bike org called Developing Mountain Biking in Scotland, the Scottish Borders Health and Social Care Partn...
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Verdict On paper there isn’t much to complain about with the Siskiu T8, the geometry is dialed, it’s got the right amount of travel for a ‘do it ...
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Recently, I rounded the corner on a lovely piece of single track, hub whirring, just as a light rain started to fall. As I let off the brakes ...
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Check out The Shredist top 10 tips on what to do before you take your new bike on to the trail! ...
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The aluminium frame uses Marin's Series 4 aluminum frame, the fourth level meaning that they've really given some good development and attenti...
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It’s been nearly two years since we last had a Marin mountain bike in for test at Flow. As some of you may recall, that bike was the utterly uniq...
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Polygon Premier Ultralight kids bikes provide amazing quality and performance for their price. In fact, after testing out over fifty different 20...
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(Image: © Colin Levitch) Our Verdict FOR Comfort Capability Value AGAINST Weight Only comes in three sizes Bang for your buck gravel bike...
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Updated with a new frame, refreshed geometry and refined suspension kinematics for 2021, the latest Siskiu T continues to carry the torch for Pol...
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Last year I tested the 2020 Polygon Siskiu D7, and I was impressed not just by the value of the bike but also the ride quality on offer. Polygon ...
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Check out Polygon team rider Dan Wolfe bike check of his custom Polygon Siskiu T8! ...
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An electric mountain bike can allow you to get out for a quick blast, propelling you uphill quickly so you can enjoy the descents. You can also...
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For such a small component, the bike tire valve plays a significant role in ensuring the overall success of a ride. Furthermore, it requires mo...
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You don’t have to drop a boatload of cash to get into trail riding. Now more than ever, there are tons of great mountain bikes that aren’t just c...
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There are fork crown bumpers on the underside of the down tube to stop the forks rotating past 90 degrees. Andy Lloyd / Marin Bikes Score: 9/10 ...
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The question, "which mountain bike should I buy," comes through our inboxes often. It's a legitimate question with good intentions, but the ans...
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The all-new 2021 Marin Alpine Trail E is the Californian brand’s first foray into the world of eMTBs. This new e-mountainbike boasts 160/150 mm ...
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Our review Capable, fun, comfortable and affordable, the Alpine Trail E2 is a top performer. Pros: Top-spec dampers offer great suspension contr...
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The Marin Alpine Trail, which was released during our Pond Beaver coverage in September, has now been made in carbon. The frame is a lite...
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