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Suspension can be a mind field, from your buddy who is an “expert” to the local shop guy out of their depth to the person that genuinely knows...
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How a rear suspension system is changing the way we look at suspension travel Sometimes bike companies can be accused of merely trying to rei...
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For many people in the developing world, walking is their primary mode of transportation. Add the challenge of distance and seemingly simple t...
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Pro-Rider Matt Jones recently visited Sydney, Australia, a part of his world tour to hit all major events and film a new RedBull video. Whilst in...
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The Alpine Trail is Marin's new weapon of choice for riders looking for a 29er with big travel on an alloy frame and a carefully selected sp...
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ION sets the standard in terms of an unbeatable design of shoes. ION also believes in improving their durability, climate and comfort. ION'...
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Matt Jones is coming to Sydney! Join professional mountain biker Matt Jones at Hornsby's Old Mans Valley Mountain Bike Trails for a day of shre...
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The Marin Wolf Ridge Pro is one of those bikes that comes along every now and then and checks my jaded perspective on the evolution of bike techn...
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Unique suspension platform that does almost everything well What is it​ The Wolf Ridge is Marin’s answer to the ultra-competitive long trave...
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The new Marin Rift Zone is a fun little trail bike with real capability beyond its price tag, sold in a box and delivered to your door from bicyc...
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Marin and Polygon were both on the ground floor while Naild was putting the final touches on its R3act rear suspension system, and it must have...
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The Marin Wolf Ridge ain't your conventional suspension bike - not one bit - and because of that, it won't be everyone's cup of tea, but it will ...
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Never too old to have fun and send it In a world of a standardize team announcements where rider X is stoked to ride for brand Z, here at the P...
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What makes this bike special? It’s not just the price, though at $3699, this one is hard to beat. Even when stacked up against other direct-to-...
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You know what is hotter than the pending Australian summer? This 2019 Polygon Siskiu N9 from Bicycles Online! This is the Polygon enduro bike we’...
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How do you know if the fast, so-stylish-it-hurts Marin Nicasio RC is the kind of bike that matches your lifestyle? Simple. You fit at least on...
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Really, the first form of modern personal electric transportation that gained popularity was the Segway. The Segway was way ahead of its time – i...
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In the cycling community, one size cannot fit all. Nor can one bicycle type accommodate every cyclist out there. When you are looking to buy a bi...
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When James and I first started Bicycles Online back in 2011, Cell bikes were one of our major competitors and a company we really looked up to...
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Bryton cycling computers have been around for almost a decade with a team of highly experienced developers from other GPS companies like Magell...
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Last year we saw Marin launch the Hawk Hill, a (relatively) affordable full suspension trail bike. This year, Marin expanded upon the Hawk Hill’s...
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From relative obscurity a handful of years back, Indonesian-based Polygon has come charging through the pack to become a definite player in the m...
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Well isn’t this exciting! Rotorburn is very proud to offer a top-notch review platform and can now add the first full bike review to the list. A ...
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What am I looking at here? This is a thoroughly modern trail bike, made affordable. You can grab the Siskiu with either 29″ or 27.5″ wheels, wi...
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Why it's the winner: Darrell Voss' Naild R3ACT rear suspension, the Specialized WU dropper post, and BMC's Trailsync system are all innovations ...
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Let’s be frank; Polygon is certainly not the brand that comes first to mind when you think about high-end bikes. The Indonesian company has been ...
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Canadian Sorge became the first three-time Red Bull Rampage winner by stomping an amazing final run with the Polygon Collosus DH9 , highlighted ...
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