Mountain Bikes

Snow Season's Best Supersized Rides

It seems people can't get enough of fat bikes these days. From a human-powered snowmobile to a 29+ model, these are the best rides to get you out on the trail this winter.

Felt Outfitter E-Fat Bike

The day of the camo e-fat bike has dawned with the released of Felt’s Outfitter earlier this week at Interbike.

Assos OffRoadRally

Assos, the Swiss manufacturer widely regarded as producing the world’s finest—and most expensive—road apparel, has launched into mountain biking. The company spent four years developing the new...

E-Bikes Hit the Alps

Love 'em or hate 'em, full-suspension e-mountain bikes are becoming increasingly common on trails around Europe.

Yeti ASR Carbon

After a hiatus from the full-suspension cross-country bike market, Yeti has released a fully revised race bike, the ASR Carbon.

First Look: Diamondback Mission Pro

Diamondback has had a design renaissance in recent years, producing a series of great-riding, high-value bikes that have repeatedly surprised our testers. Add the Mission Pro, the company's enduro...

First Look: 2015 Yeti SB5c

Earlier this month, Yeti unveiled its new 27.5 mountain bike, the SB5c, which is built around a suspension system unlike any you've ever seen.

Trail Blazers

Lighter, plusher, more refined—these six off-road ragers dazzled at our 2014 bike test.

First Look: Enve M-Series

Enve—the Ogden, Utah-based purveyor of what are arguably the most sought-after carbon wheels on the market—has introduced a full remake of its mountain wheelset line.

Rungu Juggernaut Bike

Trike meets fattie in the 55.8-pound aluminum Rungu Juggernaut, a bike designed to take you up and over pretty much anything.

First Look: Shimano XTR Di2

With a new smart drivetrain concept, the Japanese component manufacturer unveils electronic shifting for mountain bikes.

First Look: Magura eLECT

Electronic suspension for mountain bikes might sound excessively complicated, but Magura’s wireless system is quick, light, and impressively simple.

The Wheel Wars Have Been Won

Yes, 29ers can turn just fine. No, 26ers aren’t alive and well. Now would everyone please just pick your favorite bike, shut up, and ride?