BIKES

First Impression: Salsa Pony Rustler

February 24, 2016 Jon Pratt 0

Salsa Cycles’ Pony Rustler is the rotund sibling of the brand’s well-admired Horsethief. Both bikes feature the same basic platform and very similar components, with the obvious difference being the… Read more

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Review: Atomik Onyx Wheelset

February 19, 2016 Jon Pratt 0

For our recent Canfield EPO build, we went with carbon Atomik 29 AM/Enduro Mod-Hook rims laced up to Antifreeze Green Onyx hubs using Sapim Race spokes and Sapim Polyax nipples.… Read more

BIKES

Trail Tested: Jamis Dragon Pro

July 8, 2015 Jon Pratt 0

Jamis is betting that the rider who wants a steep, short-travel cross-country bike is moving away from steel and looking for newer and lighter materials like carbon fiber. Thus they have redesigned… Read more

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Review: Answer Rove FR Pedals

December 4, 2014 Jon Pratt 0

For the past month I’ve been running Answer’s Rove FR pedals on all my bikes. Swapping between a fatty, full suspension, dirt jumper and gravel grinder. That’s just how I… Read more

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Review: 2013 Salsa Fargo 2

December 20, 2013 Jon Pratt 0

Rather than a beefed-up touring bike, the Fargo 2 is actually a drop-bar mountain bike, with a lighter compact frame, 2×10 drivetrain, tubeless wheels, and slacker geometry than you would… Read more

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Review: Knolly Endorphin

November 18, 2013 Jon Pratt 0

Knolly Bikes’ CEO and chief designer, Noel Buckley (hence the correct pronunciation: noll-lee), not only has a degree in engineering and physics, but was born and bred on the trails… Read more