With plus sized tyres, trail-focused geometry and 120mm of front suspension travel, the Cujo soaks up more of the bumps on the trail so you will feel more confident on technical terrain than you would on a regular XC hardtail MTB.
Read Review | 29th August 2017
When adventure comes calling, the Specialized Pitch mountain bike promises an exciting and reliable ride to take on the trails with. The Pitch is designed for both new and experienced riders who want a bike with real off-road capability at an affordable price tag.
Read Review | 16th August 2017
With 29” wheels and 100mm forks, the Chisel is poised to slot right into the XC market as an affordable and capable race bike. It’ll keep up with the carbon featherweights.
Read Review | 1st August 2017
Fast on the way up, even faster on the way down. The iconic Specialized Rockhopper is a hardtail mountain bike with rapid rolling 29” wheels that combines efficient climbing ability with stable handling and a confident, snappy ride.
Read Review | 19th July 2017
The recently released and highly anticipated 2018 Orbea Rallon arrived in the Tredz shop to many admiring eyes. The 29” wheels and carbon frame are the standard on all models, and with near unlimited choice of customisable colours, you'll be getting a truly unique bike.
Read Review | 11th July 2017
A trail bike to spend all day in the mountains. We review the Merida One-Twenty range, finding a mountain bike in its purest form, and made for you to just get out there and ride. With 120mm of travel in the rear and 130mm in front, it strikes a perfect balance between climbing ability and descending prowess.
Read Review | 11th May 2017
A do-it-all trail bike, a full sus mountain bike built to tackle all kinds of terrain. It is a versatile trail bike with 140mm travel in the rear and between 140-150mm in front, which sets it perfectly for all day mountain adventures. The One-Forty rolls on 27.5” wheels for fast speeds and nimble handling.
Read Review | 3rd May 2017
The Cube Stereo 120 is the ideal companion to take with you on long, all-day tours and marathon mountain bike rides. Engineered in Germany, using advanced materials and the most up to date manufacturing techniques, the Stereo 120 brings that force to the crosscountry mountain bike scene.
Read Review | 3rd April 2017
Taking on inclines and descents with ease, the Cube Stereo 160 is an enduro mountain bike that’s capable of taking on the toughest tracks. With a large range of models to fit most budgets, the Stereo 160 caters to riders wanting a capable mountain bike to ride where ever they want.
Read Review | 28th March 2017
From trail centre loops to Enduro World Series (EWS) racing, the Cube Stereo 140 is a is a capable full suspension mountain bike for all-day shredding. Sitting between the Stereo 120 and the 160 in Cube’s full sus MTB range the 140 makes for a great all-rounder.
Read Review | 29th March 2017
The Specialized Camber is a quintessential trail bike. It’s made to handle a large variety of trails, with its accessible geometry and happy trail manners. Easily as happy riding cross country loops as it is attacking the descents, the Camber is made for those that want a do-it-all mountain bike.
Read Review | 16th March 2017
The Giant Stance is a full suspension mountain bike, built around a quality aluminium frame, with RockShox suspension that offers the kind of performance that is usually reserved for bikes at a higher price point.
Read Review | 27th Feb 2017
Combining a longer travel suspension fork with high volume 6Fattie (27.5+) tyres, the Specialized Fuse is one of a new breed of hardtail mountain bikes that delivers more capable performance on challenging terrain.
Read Review | 17th March 2017
The Giant ATX is a perfect entry into the world of mountain biking. It offers a comfortable riding position for long days in the saddle and components that will inspire confidence and help build your skillset.
Read Review | 27th Feb 2017
Lightweight and versatile, the Giant Anthem is billed as an XC racer, but seconds as a fun, short travel trail ripper. For 2017, Giant have completely redesigned the Anthem to be a more capable bike in every regard.
Read Review | 3rd March 2017
A downhill trail dominator, the Specialized Demo 8 was race bred on the most extreme DH mountain trails on the planet. Equally at home being ridden heals down and tucked on technical downhill trails, or pumped and jumped at the bike park.
Read Review | 8th March 2017
The Specialized Stumpjumper has been with us for almost as long as mountain biking itself. It has evolved over the years, becoming ever more capable and fun to ride, while still remaining true to its bike-for-every-trail roots.
Read Review | 27th Jan 2017
The Giant Reign is an extremely capable mountain bike, designed for enduro racing and tested at the very highest level. Blisteringly quick over all types of terrain the Reign instils confidence when the going gets rough.
Read Review | 26th Jan 2017
The Cube Acid is a versatile hardtail mountain bike that offers capable off-road performance with an efficient and comfortable ride. In this review, we will be looking at the Acid 29er as well as the 27.5” (650b) wheeled model.
Read Review | 16th Jan 2017
The Giant Trance is a very capable full sus MTB that is ideal for trail centre loops and light enough for cross country adventures.
Read Review | 23rd Nov 2016
The Cube Aim featured in this review is a versatile hardtail mountain bike that blends capable off-road performance with a comfortable, efficient ride.
Read Review | 17th Jan 2017
With more suspension travel and revised geometry the Enduro now offers a more confident ride on challenging trails.
Read Review | 21st Oct 2016
A hard hitting trail bike that happily takes on any trail centre trail and, in the right hands, is capable on proper enduro tracks.
Read Review | 11th Aug 2016
A big hitting enduro bike the Alpine6 will relish the challenge of steep hand cut trails and downhill sections.
Read Review | 11th Jul 2016
Hitting that sweet spot between nimble flickability and high speed stability, a trail bike perfect for British trail centres.
Read Review | 11th Jul 2016