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Featured User Review: Rocky Mountain Flatline Pro Downhill Full Suspension Bike

Featured User Review: Rocky Mountain Flatline Pro Downhill Full Suspension Bike by DesertCrawler Price: $2300.00 at Rage Cycles Overall Rating: 5 of 5 Value Rating: 5 of 5 Bike Setup: Loaded Precision AMX 785mm bars, Loaded Precision AMX stem, ODI Rogue locking grips, ODI aluminum bar e ...    Read More »

Bike Review: $199 Mongoose XR200 Full Suspension

This review is brought to you by one of the mtbr.com content partners, Mountainbiketales.com On Department Store “Cheapies” Would it surprise you to know that month after month the most inquired about mountain bike models aren’t uber-expensive, cutting edge, technological wonders? In fact, fa ...    Read More »

Compare-O Bottom Line: GT Sensor Carbon Expert's stellar suspension performance underwhelmed by parts spec

GT’s new AOS suspension design delivers high-level performance. But can it mask sub-parts spec.    Read More »

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Going downhill, full suspension technique?

I'm riding a Specialized Epic and this is my first full suspension bike. If I'm cruising downhill on a bumpy section that I don't need to pedal, is the technique to be off the saddle like if I was riding a hard-tail absorbing the hits thru the pedals or do I stay in the saddle to put weight on the r ... Read More »

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