Built with versatility in mind, the Trek Checkpoint ALR 4 is a value-offering gravel bike with a passport for adventure. It’s not half bad on road rides or commutes either.
What exactly is the difference in time, effort and speeds between a trail bike and an e-Trail bike?
Scott’s ‘any trail, any time’ promise is a bold one to bandy about.
The most frequently asked question about e-Bikes is about range capabilities. How far, how long and how high do they go?
Carbon frame and fork, Ultegra Disc at R34 999 – damn that’s good, but how does it ride?
Commute to work, take on your local roadie loop with some adventurous short cuts through the ‘Spruit’ or go full bore on an out back mammoth adventure ride.
An entirely new race package built to withstand the demands of modern marathon / XC courses.
Direct to consumer brand Canyon created the Spectral as a longish travel, bigger hitting trail weapon.
Are hardtails still relevant? Just how well can they perform at a World Cup? Who in SA should consider buying a hardtail? ….
A relatively small, owner-operated bike brand from Andorra have once again put something incredible together here. The Meta AM 29 is not a World Championship winning bike for no reason.
Racing snake Matthew Grobler rides the Canyon Ultimate.
We rally Cannondale’s easy handling light trail bike which will likely transcend your riding.
The 2019 Trek Powerfly is a mid-travel all mountain eBike laced with the brand’s well refined technology and trail heritage. A Bosch motor assists your pedaling efforts up to speeds of 25kph but what of the bike’s handling characteristics, versatility and range?
Slated as being the fastest bike in the world but what of its versatility on everyday South African roads?