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Mountain Bike Reviews - RockShox SID Ultimate 2020
Mountain Bike Reviews - RockShox SID Ultimate 2020
RockShox SID Ultimate

Synonymous with XC racing, the SID has been getting riders on podiums for as long as I can remember and this latest version is certainly continuing the tradition. For 2020 models RockShox has introduced the new Ultimate versions of its forks. These represent the highest level of technology in the range in each of the chassis available i.e. Pike, Lyric,…

Mountain Bike Reviews - RockShox Lyrik RC2 2019
Mountain Bike Reviews - RockShox Lyrik RC2 2019
RockShox Lyrik RC2

The mighty Lyrik has been around long enough now to have a devout following of riders and racers who swear by its performance. This year Rock Shox dropped the next version of the classic, incorporating all that was new in suspension tech and of course, painting it red. Aimed firmly at the enduro crowd, the Lyrik aims to be for…

Mountain Bike Reviews - RockShox Reverb Dropper Post 2018
Mountain Bike Reviews - RockShox Reverb Dropper Post 2018
RockShox Reverb Dropper Post

One of the first droppers to dominate the market, the Reverb has been around for what now feels like forever. Opting to be hydraulically actuated, the Reverb has always stood out from the crowd and trod its own path. This latest version sees travel upped to 170mm (other options available) but the new lever is the star of the show…

Mountain Bike Reviews - RockShox Lyric 2 Step  2010
Mountain Bike Reviews - RockShox Lyric 2 Step  2010
RockShox Lyric 2 Step

Straight out of the box the Lyric looks a fork that can take you places. 35mm 7000 grade aluminium uppers sit in power bulged magnesium lowers that sport the tool free Maxle Lite 20mm axle system. The 2 step ¼ turn lever sits atop the left leg within easy reach with the Floodgate toggle is close at hand on the…

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Nate Hills: It has been a couple of years since I have had the pleasure of riding Longhorn. This became Denver's first bikes only directional…

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2 weeks ago

Nate Hills: You win some, you lose some. It is worth noting that most of this is being ridden for the first time by James.…

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3 weeks ago

The 50:01 crew bring you some footage from a week in Autumn encouraged by a break in the rainfall, not to mention a rare appearance…

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2 months ago

Full credit to Nate for this video, some seriously technical riding in this one! Simon Bosman gets credit for the first descent of Cathedral Rock…

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3 months ago

Bring together three friends who love riding, who can push each other’s limits, and aren’t forgetting about the good times in-between – then you’ll see…

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3 months ago

Ah yes, bike park season is finally here. Time to get fat, carry speed, and blast jumps on a trail with the lads. Joey Schusler…

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4 months ago

The Free Radicals are no strangers to putting in the work to get into the high alpine. Add in a boost of e-courage, and they’ll…

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4 months ago

Ah yes, the long-awaited Hartman Rocks edit. People have been asking for this one for years, and strangely enough, this was Nate Hills' first visit…

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4 months ago

Sam Hill may be a man of few words, but when he took ZEB out for a first run at Tune Camp in Peille, France,…

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5 months ago

Perfect for Enduro riders - RockShox have released details of this new ZEB suspension fork – a 180mm travel single crown beast with a 38mm…

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5 months ago

Nate Hills and James Weingarten on Mount Antero in Salida, Colorado. 14,276ft above the ocean. Not that you can ride from the summit, Nate views…

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Issue 62

We've got a bunch of organic IMB merchandise to give away this issue. T-shirts and hoodies for one lucky winner!

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Issue 60

We swing a leg over Pivots rocket ship XC bike, Radon's bargain enduro rig and hit the jumps on DMRs Sect. Short travel forks from Fox, RockShox and Suntour get put through their paces alongside kit from Magura, Leatt and Ortlieb.

1 year ago
Issue 60

More images with no particular place to call home this issue!

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Issue 58

Win some great IMB merchandise this issue as we launch our new shop!

2 years ago
Issue 58

Ghost's big hitter, Cannondales new Habit and some of electric numbers from Haibike, Greyp and Merida, plus Rou’s new ride from Cube! Drivetrains get given a grinding with Box and SRAM offering affordable wide range gearing plus kit from Lake, Leatt and Hope.

2 years ago
Issue 58

More images with no particular place to call home this issue!

2 years ago
Issue 57

Having dreamed of this trip for years, Michael Overbeck heads to the Yukon for some true mountain bike adventures. Remote and beautiful, the Yukon offers unrivalled wilderness for those motivated enough to seek it out and discover what's on offer.

2 years ago
Issue 57

Pivot's new Firebird 29 gets rated alongside Polygon's budget Siskiu N9. Rose keep things electric and Merida offer up a dropbar winter training tool. Plus the verdict on the mighty Rockshox Lyric.

2 years ago
Issue 57

More images with no particular place to call home this issue!

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Issue 56

We catch up with Alastair Beckett, bike designer extraordinaire, and responsible for some of the most successful bikes on the race circuit. Alistair talks about bike design, the rise of the high pivot bike and what the future may hold for mountain bikes.

2 years ago
Issue 55

From privateer to Factory pro, Katy Winton has experienced the full gambit of Enduro racing and now sits firmly at the top level with the fastest racers in the world. Ewen Turner catches up with her at the British Champs and finds out how life has changed since the early days.

2 years ago
Issue 54

This issue it’s all about contrast, with hot, short travel trail bikes from Pivot and Marin alongside Merida's long travel ebike. Dropper posts get put through the test machine as we try out five of the best on the market.

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RockShox, created to help every rider find their line. So your only limitation is how hard you want to push. RockShox pioneered suspension in 1989, and in the three decades since, has helped lead and support the growth of the mountain biking world. In 2002, RockShox became a part of the SRAM family, combining RockShox’s proven product development with SRAM’s visionary leadership, and state-of-the-art production facilities. 1989 Product/Service

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