World's first carbon freeride bike complete with unique triple chamber high pressure shock
Spank's low rise Bitch Stick looks and sounds like a thug but it's actually really subtle
The much loved Diabolus bar gets a facelift to match the new stem
NC-17 are a new brand here but some neat thinking and detailing mean they deserve real attention
If you've got a Kona and you haven't already got matching bars then these might be right up your street
You know these steel bars are tough when they come with a 'No Bull' two-year warranty.
Funn's low riser is spot on for dropping your front end without the usual sacrifice in control width
This massively strong chromoly bar with welded brace gives loads of width and height from its seven-degree upsweep
Big Earl is the next rank up in quality from Earl and it shows.
This is a very well-proven Truvativ bar
They might be super cheap but these Tioga bars still feel nice and smooth
Great looking wheels with good price-to-weight ratio
Is Marin's new mentalist really Mega ready?
Dirt Jumper forks have ruled the dirt, jump and street scene for years and useful improvements for 2006 mean it looks like business as usual. The best news for habitual fork wreckers is that the new crown has bolted clamps, so you can replace damaged legs individually rather than writing off the whole top end.