A long travel trail mountain bike. The Foxy combines 150mm rear wheel suspension travel with a hard-hitting component spec that will appeal to aggressive trail riders who like to ride a variety of different tracks.
Read Review | 7th August 2018
Specialized’s CruX is already a well-established cyclocross race bike with world championship winning pedigree. A thoroughbred racer with aggressive angles.
Read Review | 3rd August 2018
Part of the new breed of long travel E-Bikes with modern enduro geometry, these bikes are made to be incredibly capable at descending while climbing with ease.
Read Review | 19th July 2018
The Specialized Rockhopper is a classic hardtail mountain bike that combines efficient climbing ability with stable handling and a confident, snappy ride.
Read Review | 11th July 2018
The new Tarmac frame is lighter weight and more aerodynamic than previous models while still retaining the classic Tarmac ride feel.
Read Review | 7th July 2018
A true hardcore hardtail, this is a bike that comes alive when the going gets tough, yet is happy to cruise around mellow trail all-day-long. While not as quick up the climbs as a lightweight cross-country hardtail, the Crush makes up for this by offering much more fun on the descents.
Read Review | 12th June 2018
Sitting between the Stereo 120 and the 160 in Cube’s full sus MTB range, the 140 makes for a great all-rounder. While it is ideal for trail centre trails, the 140 is also lightweight enough for cross country adventures and capable enough for demanding enduro tracks.
Read Review | 6th June 2018
Lightweight for such a capable machine, the Rallon bikes we review here are all built around a full carbon frame, with 29” wheels for rapid rolling on rough tracks.
Read Review | 29th May 2018