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Bicycle review: Kross Level B11 (2014)

It’s been long since I last felt an under-10 kilogram mountain bike beneath me, and the joy is hard to describe. Still, this hype...

Bicycle review: Cheetah ladies Orange (2014)

Not many are the bicycle that actually catch the eye of people that get passed by them, but Cheetah ladies Orange fits in this...

First ride: Rose Pro DX Cross (2014)

German brand Rose approaches the bicycle market in a slightly different manner than its competitors, and we’re not saying this only because it has...

Bicycle review: Kross Moon V3 (2014)

Straight from Poland we got the Kross Moon in its finest version, the V3, a full-suspension warrior ready to please any enduro buff. The...

Bicycle review: Nakita Spider 5.5 (2014)

A new off-road contender is hungry for some international fame. We’ve said international because Nakita is already the second largest bicycle manufacturer in Austria,...

Bicycle review: Devron Riddle H6.7 (2014)

Chances are we might be facing an important moment in the bicycle industry, as Eastern Europe realized that its lower cost of labor combined...

Bicycle review: Devron Riddle H5.9 (2014)

Only a handful of things can stop us from naming Devron as one of the most promising brands, the value proposition that the Romanian...

Bicycle Review: Corratec Superbow Fun 29er (2014)

It’s been more than 3 years since we’ve last tested a Corratec, and a lot has changed in the meantime, starting from how we...

Bicycle Review: Haibike Attack SL 27.5 (2014)

Haibike counts as one of the best known German premium manufacturers, but they did their homework in regard of the entry-level too. Sticking to...

Bicycle Review: KTM Revelator 3300 (2014)

With an entirely new approach, KTM prepares to storm the market in 2014 with a very attractive concept: affordable quality carbon. All sounds well,...

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