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  • Scott Gambler 710 review

    Two years on from a successful redesign of the Gambler downhill bike, Scott’s engineers have seized upon the opportunities provided by the larger 650b wheel size to Horse for the Course: Cape to Cape MTB race

    At the end of October I was invited as a guest of Shimano to a very remote area of the world – Margaret River – 277km south of Perth. The invite was to attend the Cape to Cape mountain bike race and put the new 11-speed Shimano XTR to the test.

    The brief from ...

  • Schwalbe Magic Mary VertStar Super Gravity 27.5x2.35in tyre review

    Schwalbe’s Magic Mary may look like a cut-down mud tyre but it’s deceptively versatile in a wide range of conditions. It’s already proven its worth on the race circuit, where its grippy tread, tacky VertStar compound and t...

  • Cube Aim SL 27.5 review

    Cube offers the Aim SL, the range-topping bike in its entry-level Aim series, in two versions – with 650b (27.5in) wheels, as tested here, or in identical trim but with bigger 29er hoops (and a frame to match, naturally). <...

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    Every week here at BikeRadar we receive a barrage of droolworthy kit and, once Friday comes around, we round up the finest items and introduce them. 

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  • Beta 951 T-handle wrenches review

    What do Cadel Evans, Peter Sagan, Jaroslav Kulhavy,&nbs...

  • BikeRadar Editor's Picks - Josh Patterson

    It’s a great time to be a mountain biker. The pace of innovation is dramatic, and it can be hard to keep up with the latest advances, but even if you’re not in the market for a new bike or upgrades today, many of the technologies introduced in 2014 will benefit you i...

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