MTB

Matter Cycles GhostCat

One of the most exciting thing about mountain bikes is that, compared to the rigid and predictable nature of road riding, their terrain and, therefore, their nature, is chaotic, unpredictable and loose. This results in a realm where bike design… Read more »

Review: Ritchey P-29er

Well, this was a trip down memory lane. Not necessarily due to the ‘old school’ nature of the rigid steel Ritchey P-29er mountain bike frame underneath me, but because riding it took me straight back to the dusty single trails… Read more »

Sklar Bikes 29+

Montana is known as ‘Big Sky Country’ — a mythical space in the imagination of young boys all around the world. For those that live there, it’s a land filled with adventure and if you’re a mountain biker, it’s an… Read more »

Titchmarsh Cycles 29er

2014 has been an exciting year for Yorkshire, what with staging one of the grandest Grand Départs the Tour de France has ever seen. More importantly, the Northern county has again become a hotspot of English engineering, with numerous new… Read more »

SingleBe Bikes Rock’n’Rolla

There’s some pretty inspiring bikes coming out of the Czech Republic custom scene these days, especially the off-road sector. One workshop that’s spearheading that movement is Tomas Kutin’s SingleBe. This is his latest weapon: the emphatically-named Rock’n’Rolla.

Baum Purple Extensa

It seems the call of the trail is louder than ever before, as riders come full circle from installing wider tyres on their road bikes and exploring gravel B-roads to adding a full-blown dirt machine to their stable. There’s many… Read more »

Cotic Roadrat

There’s some truly beautiful cycling to be had amongst the dales of Yorkshire, as those lucky enough to attend the first two stages of the 2014 Tour de France will soon find out. Well, those who explore further than the… Read more »