Ibis’s 2015 Ripley has a completely new dw-link system that uses eccentrics rather than links. Is it an impressive heir to the Ripley name first used on a John Castellano–designed aluminum softail with 1.25 inches of travel?
Three trail systems on the East Coast are the last of three rounds of regional voting to ultimately decide which will win the $100,000 grant to improve the trail system. Your vote will determine the winner.
The inevitable trickle-down of 11-speed technologies comes to the always popular XT group, including its amazing front derailleur. Will it be enough to convince North American riders to switch back to double chainring setups?