While the Pike was and still well loved, RockShox relaunches the Lyrik for those riders who want an even more sturdy fork. And the Yari, which seems to share the same chassis as the Lyrik, saves some money and offers more travel options.
Trek discontinued its 26-inch wheeled Top Fuel cross-country line a few years back. Now, the Top Fuel is reborn for 2016 and it’s as modern and high-tech as a cross-country bike can be. Is the Top Fuel 9.9 SL the ultimate cross-county machine?
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?