Flow Mountain Bike: Polygon Siskiu N9 – First Impressions

“This Siskiu series of bikes doesn’t have the glitz of Polygon’s mind-blowing Xqaurone EX uber bike. They’re pitched at the rider looking for excellent value, not cutting-edge innovation, and so you’ll find effective but uncomplicated suspension designs, with practical, user-friendly components. The Siskiu N9, here, is the hardest hitting bike in the Siskiu line, with […]


      This weekend was the 5th edition of Red Bull Hardline. It was Alexandre Fayolle’s 3rd time at this event. For those not familiar, Hardline is one of the most difficult downhill track in the world and only some top riders are invited. Hardline is one of alex track favorite with big jumps […]


After the good results from Crankworx Whistler , the team travelled straight to France for the World Cup finals in La Bresse for a wild race and make some good results!. First step, Team do track walk on last Wednesday, and the race was going to be tight with a short, flat, then steep track strewn […]


Straight after Mont-Sainte-Anne, the team flew to Vancouver for the more than famous Crankworx Whistler. It started with Garbanzo DH on last Tuesday. For those who might not be familiar with this track, it’s a very rough and technical 14 minutes downhill and this track is one of Tracey’s favorite! It would be a 3rd […]

UR TEAM : MSA World Cup and Crankworx Whistler Speed and Style

Last weekend, team was heading to Canada for the 6th round of the World Cup in Mont-Sainte-Anne, Canada and the start of Crankworx with Sam Reynolds competing for Speed and Style in Whistler. CRANKWORX WHISTLER SPEED AND STYLE After a very consistent season in Sam Reynolds’ Speed and Style, Whistler was the last round and […]

Polygon Bikes releases the new XQUARONE DH Series by 43ride.com

“Continuing on with the highly publicized XquareOne EX with R3ACT 2Play suspension platform, Polygon released what will surely be one of the most talked about DH bikes this year. The looks may be polarizing and the unique design gives skeptics plenty of fuel, but the reality is that long before they announced this bike to […]

MTB CULT IT :Polygon XQUARONE DH: Futuristic scheme with travel from 218 mm

“Most companies, in fact, does not focus on the efficiency of pedaling when it comes to Dh, but an important factor in the design and development of Polygon XquarOne lies precisely in pedaling skills. Polygon has been working closely with the team to create NAILD a downhill bike that was really capable of both challenging […]

Polygon Bikes Releases The New XQUARONE DH Series by: Iceman2058 Vital MTB

“Continuing on with the highly publicized XquareOne EX with R3ACT 2Play suspension platform, Polygon released what will surely be one of the most talked about DH bikes this year. The XQUARONE DH series isn’t meant to be just about downhill racing, we designed this bike to do more than just race the clock – this […]

Polygon XQuarOne DH: From Prototype to Production by: Francesco Mazza Mtb-mag.com

“The XQuarOne DH boasts same suspension system but with 218mm of travel and DH geometry. The R3ACT 2Play suspension system adopted by Polygon is able to optimize the anti-squat by keeping it around 100% (between 98 and 110% for accuracy), which is as neutral as possible, not only in the area of sag but throughout […]

Polygon XQUARONE DH glides over anything with 218mm of pedal-able travel by: Zach Overholt Bike Rumor

“The XQUARONE DH has impressive pedaling characteristics without affecting the suspension performance. XQUARONE DH relies on an air shock with very little damping. While unorthodox, Darrell said the ultimate goal is to reduce pressure build up while getting the rear wheel up and over obstacles and down the other side faster, all while keeping the wheel […]

First Ride Polygon XQUAREONE DH by: Robert Johnston The Loam Wolf

“I loaded the bike on to the Glencoe chairlift, what was apparent, however, was the distinct lack of bob for a bike with 218mm travel. I attempted to pedal through flat rock gardens, expecting an unmanageable amount of pedal feedback. However, to my surprise, the bike remained incredibly composed, and the suspension continued to absorb […]