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Review of Marin San Quentin Series

Review of Marin San Quentin SeriesThe Marin San Quentin is named after a maximum-security prison in Marin Country, California – and it’s a fitting name for the rough and rugged style of the Marin San Quentin series which offers enduro/all-mountain bikes designed for the gnarliest hardtail tracks.  In this Marin San Quentin review, we’re going to take a closer look... Read More »

Review of Co-op Cycles Generation e Electric Bikes

Review of Co-op Cycles Generation e Electric BikesREI’s all-new Co-op Cycles Generation e series is the latest in urban-centric, lifestyle e-bike technology that will power you over city streets, cycle paths, grocery trips, and morning commutes. Both Generation e1.1 and Generation e1.2 are built for everyone, with one-size-fits-most sizing, a step-thru frame, small 20” wheels, and an upright riding position. “Urban-centric” and... Read More »

Best Hitch Bike Racks

Best Hitch Bike RacksWhen you need to take your bike across town or on a longer trip, you’re going to need to throw it in the car. But throwing it inside the car doesn’t always work – cars are small, and you might have other people, luggage, and gear that fills up the interior. The solution: bike racks.... Read More »

Best GPS Trackers For Bikes

Best GPS Trackers For BikesThere are few worse feelings in the world than strolling out to your garage or exiting the coffee shop and seeing an empty space where your bike once was. You may panic for a moment, like checking your pockets when you might have lost your keys, and feel that empty pit in your stomach as... Read More »

Best Electric Bike Conversion Kits & How to Use Them

Best Electric Bike Conversion Kits & How to Use ThemE-bikes are more popular than ever, but they can also be quite expensive. They also take up a lot of room, they can be heavy and difficult to move, and did I mention how pricy they can be? If you’re reading this article, chances are that you already have a bike, and buying an e-bike... Read More »

Review of Lectric XPremium

Review of Lectric XPremium  Lectric XPremium is the most affordable mid-drive e-bike, and a high-performing one too. The XPremium offers more than you might expect at the $2000 price point, including dual batteries and a 100+ mile range. Add on the XPremium’s folding e-bike frame, 4” tires, and a mid-drive motor, and you have one of the best... Read More »

Review of Evil Following

Review of Evil FollowingEvil has promised to separate itself from the field, and the Evil Following trail bike is not different. You won’t find angles, suspension, or bounce like this on any other trail bike. That’s what makes the Evil Following so special. It’s hard to put into words exactly what the Following is designed for, so Evil... Read More »

Review of Rocky Mountain Altitude

Review of Rocky Mountain AltitudeRocky Mountain Altitude is an all-round trail and enduro mountain bike designed for aggressive riding, fast climbs, and even faster descending. The wide range is filled with options for different components and frames, whilst the aggressive geometry makes the Rocky Mountain Altitude a favorite bike of aggressive downhill mountain bikers. In this review, we’re going... Read More »

Review of Lectric XP Lite

Review of Lectric XP LiteLectric XP Lite offers much more than you would expect at the sub-$900 price point. At that level, it can be difficult to find a nice road bike. But in the Lectric XP Lite, you will get a folding e-bike with 2.4” tires, an LCD display, and a 48v battery with up to 40 miles... Read More »

Rad Power Bikes RadExpand Review

Rad Power Bikes RadExpand ReviewThe Rad Power Bikes RadExpand is one of the best electric folding bikes, competing with all-terrain tires, 20” wheels, and a 705W rear hub motor to keep you powered on all types of terrain. In this Rad Power Bikes RadExpand review, we’re going to tell you all about the Rad Power Bikes RadExpand. With a... Read More »