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Not having to pick a line turns out to be a real time-saver. Just keep the bike roughly on trail and pedal like heck. Rooty and rocky downhills get a bit crazy, bouncing in unexpected directions, but all that rubber supplies endless amounts of stability.
I came away from my time with the Troll both loving its multi-purpose beauty and disliking its few shortcomings.
This bike takes me back to the surf and skate days of my southern California childhood: no gears, no fenders, and handlebars big enough to give a friend a lift down the street.
As an out-the-door commuting package, it’s hard to argue with the value presented by the Gotham. There’s a lot of utility here for the asking price.
Rather than the common wooden box, the Cabby's cargo compartment is aluminum and fabric and inside you’ll find a removable bench seat with shoulder harnesses for two kids.
The Monster Cross is a bike for “roads” in the broadest sense with geometry to make the bike disappear beneath the rider—a common goal, but not commonly reached.
The Divide is purpose-built for adventure touring, and not simply a road frame with extra tire clearance and additional braze-ons.
Strider Sports is bringing toddlers from around the world together for the Strider World Championship and Sarasota Kids Fest in Sarasota, Fla.
Best known for its line of ergonomic grips, Ergon continues to expand into new product segments for road and mountain biking.
Xtracycle is making an Xtra-large push to expand the cargo bike market with a redesigned bolt-on kit and a new complete bike model.
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