[R]evolution Issue 56


Our latest issue has so much content crammed in to it’s massive 152 pages, we absolutely can’t wait for you to check it all out!

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How’s the cover shot? ’Born To Be Wild’ ain’t that a mantra for the MTB life, eh! Launching right into the mag you’ll find all of the hottest new season bikes and gear, along with the freshest news and a ton of exciting announcements from across the Aussie scene.

We’ve got race coverage from the EWS Of Nations as well as a look at the coolest custom rider bling from this years World Champs. Speaking of champs, Troy Brosnan’s mechanic Aaron gives us all the details of TB’s super trick Canyon Sender race bike. In the market for a new dropper post? Well, we’ve gone ahead and detailed 8 of the best models on the market this season for you. We then sit down with the front man of Fox suspensions global race tech, Jordi Cortes, for an insight into life on the road and keeping the World’s Fastest riders happy. With so much funding and trail centre projects getting the go ahead right now across the country we’ll bring you up to speed with the latest news in our ‘The Great Trail Boom’ feature. We’ll then take you for a trip down memory lane and compare an amazing ‘97 Giant ATX 990 up against the ultra modern Giant Reign29 – apart from the price of Big Mac’s we discover a whole lot more has changed in the past 20 years! In this issue’s Industry feature we dig into the history and current drive of one of MTB’s coolest longstanding brands, DMR out of the UK. Along with your favourite regular rider writes from Joshy Carlson and Anka Martin this issue we’ve cooked up half a dozen other great columns that we think you’ll really enjoy digging your eyeballs into. After in-depth bike and product reviews? We’ve got you covered with the brand new Sunn Kern LT Finest and Rocky Mountain Instinct BC, along with a wrap-up of our long term review of Shimano’s latest ‘gen XTR. We’ve been testing a rather sweet flat pedal shoe from Giant as well as SRAM’s new G2 brakes, and for those of you with ankle biters in the house we’ve trail tested the Shotgun kids seat set-up. Then, inside the latest issue of [E]volution Magazine you’ll find the latest buzz from the e-Bike world. Including a look at the new Orbea Wild FS, the new Kona Remote 160, the new Norco Range VTL and the latest Rocky Mountain Powerplay Instinct. You’ll also be able to check out our major review on the killa new Specialized Kenevo. All that and a whole lot more awaits you inside our latest mag which is on sale right now at bike shops and news agents around the country.

1 review for [R]evolution Issue 56

  1. Jonathan cowen

    Great issue, lots of interesting stuff about Tasmania. Perfect issue for anyone planning a trip here in the future.

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