Industry Reviews


Press Release: Polygon Bikes Australia’s largest consumer-direct bicycle retailer, Bicycles Online has launched into the North American market a...
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Why it's the winner: Darrell Voss' Naild R3ACT rear suspension, the Specialized WU dropper post, and BMC's Trailsync system are all innovations ...
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Let’s be frank; Polygon is certainly not the brand that comes first to mind when you think about high-end bikes. The Indonesian company has been ...
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“Oh my. That’s horrendous.” Like many internet warriors across the globe, we were quick and brutal in our judgement of Polygon’s new XQUARONE E...
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This bike means a lot to Polygon. For years, the Indonesian brand has been chasing the competition, working inside the box of the latest trends. ...
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Polygon bikes has just launched the XQUARONE ; a new 27.5 wheeled bike that features an all-new suspension system. Suspension designs have become...
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Think of Polygon and I think of bikes that represent amazing value for money, at least in regards to the spec that you get at a given price-point...
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Polygon's Square One will be the first bicycle to feature the Naild's R3act rear suspension system, and the reason you need to know about this tr...
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"Welcome. Here’s a bike. It has 180mm of travel. Now go climb a trail that many locals haven’t climbed from the bottom because it’s so steep, and...
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Polygon Bikes is an Indonesian brand of bikes that is part of a larger manufacturing concern called Insera Sena. Located in East Java, Insera Sen...
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Calibre’s Bossnut has redefined the full-sus fun that can be enjoyed on a relative shoestring. Marin’s answer, the Hawk Hill, has respectable tra...
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Off-road.cc: If you're after a new gravel or adventure bike but don't want to spend more than £1,000 then you're in luck, as there are plenty to ...
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“When you’re onto a good thing, you stick with it”. We’ve all heard it and it’s pretty accurate. Polygon know it and instead of not changing so...
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In the wake of Storm Dennis, three of us explore the roads, gravel tracks and infrastructure lines of Snowdonia N.P.'s Carneddau Mountains. As ...
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Australia’s population may only be small, but its cycling industry punches well above the weight of many other, far more populated, markets. Whi...
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