Comments are back on BikeRadar

After an absence of 11 months, they're back and better than ever. Come and have your say

You may have noticed that things have been quieter around these parts lately. For the past 11 months we’ve had no way to hear your voice on the site, so all conversations have been taking place on our forums and social media accounts instead. That’s about to change, as we’ve just set Disqus commenting live at the bottom of every single BikeRadar article.

Us BikeRadar-ers are thrilled about this, and we hope you’re at least mildly excited too. After we were forced to shut down our old system in November of last year, technical gremlins foiled our efforts to install interim alternatives. It’s all worked out for the best, though, as Disqus is the pick of the crop anyway.

In case you aren’t already a user, you’ll like Disqus. You can choose to sign up for a Disqus account that’ll keep you logged in across many of the best sites on the web, or you can simply sign in with your social media accounts: Facebook, Twitter and Google are all supported.

Adding comments is just one of many changes set to hit BikeRadar over the next several months, and we’d love to know what you think of it. Likewise, if there's anything you think we should be doing, please tell us. You can do that via the feedback form accessed at the bottom of the page, or – hey! – you could leave a comment below. Feels good to say that.

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