From the publisher
Our Summer magazine is absolutely brimming with the most epic articles we’ve ever managed to jam into a single issue! We’ve showcased the hottest new bikes, the freshest new season riding gear and a heap of new trails across Oz that you’ve got to check out for yourself. Our cover star is Aussie freeride sensation Remy Morton and he scores a feature length interview inside which shouldn’t be missed. We know you dig exclusive content and we’ve got a ton of ‘em for this issue. It all kicks off with our pre-launch test ride on Giant’s 2022 Trance Advanced Pro. That bike showcases Fox Factory’s latest generation ‘Live Valve’ suspension system and we’ve dug deep into the tech and trialling of it’s electronically activated suspension platform actually performs in real life out on the trail. Not to be left behind, RockShox have also upped the ante with the release of their own electronic suspension system called Flight Attendant and we’ve got all of the key details that you need to know about it. Have you ever wondered how Pro riders are able to memorise a racetrack so quickly? Well, we went ahead and asked a bunch of them and compiled their feedback which we think you’ll find interesting. Speaking of insight from the big boys, Jack Moir shows us his EWS Championship winning Canyon Strive and he gives us some set-up tips to help you unlock hidden performance from your own bike. We then catch up with Mick Hannah as he steps into retirement having enjoyed a remarkable career spanning 2 decades as a pro racer. Our bike review team have been busy these past few months preparing their verdicts on 4 exciting trail machines including the Cannondale ‘Jekyll’, Pivot ‘Firebird’, GT ‘Force Carbon’ and the new Norco ‘Range’. Plus of course all of your favourite [R]evo regular columns and articles – this edition is definitely a copy magazine you do not want to miss out on!
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