Bikeradar awards a 4.5/5 score to the Aeris AM9 – read the full review here
“A sublime riding, pocket friendly trail and enduro slayer”
“It’s stable and fast, while still being nippy and agile. It complements and, really, flatters my riding style and technique. While it was in my garage it was without doubt my go-to bike and it’s not an empty garage either.”
“I’d honestly say that were I to go out tomorrow with my own credit card, the AM9 would be right towards the top of my shopping list, especially considering that I could get the whole bike for the same price as the frame of the other bike I so wish to own (the new Transition Scout Carbon…).”
Enduro Mag rather liked the Aeris 145! Read the full review here:
“With no real minus points from us on this bike it is quite a rarity, it is on-point when it comes to pricing, looks fantastic, mixes standard aggressive geometry with forward thinking length and seat angle and rides all terrain just so well. For someone who either wants an everyday trail smasher, occasional or obsessed enduro racer we feel this bike really is a perfect choice.”
“On full tilt and fired into corners, this Aeris just begs to be ridden harder and faster, making the rider feel like they are out for that EWS win! Our tester found heaps of joy nailing the roughest of sections and firing off large lips on this bike, admitting he was very surprised at its ability in all situations. This is one fast aggressive bike on the downhills that leaves a true smile on the rider’s face.”
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Stealth riders review the Aeris 120! Check out the full review here:
“It’s a bike that definitely punches above its weight in terms of gravity riding”
“If you’re looking for a really fun trail bike at a great price, the Aeris One20 should definitely be on your demo list.”
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Mountain Biking UK awarded the Zero TR 4/5 stars. Read the full review here
“The long wheelbase and low bottom bracket make the Bird an unshakable carving machine when you’re straining your head round for a corner exit on a high-speed sweeper. The extended front end/ultra-short stem based Forward Geometry style handling means you can push the Zero a hell of a long way before it starts to feel sketchy and it’ll hook up in corners and pull off split second saves all the way down whatever black run or ragged edge backcountry singletrack you’re attacking.”
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Mountain Biking UK awards the Zero AM with a perfect 5/5 score. Read the full review here.
“The long wheelbase (1,223mm on the XL size) and planted front end help the Zero AM rip through rooty, technical sections with a confidence and verve that make it feel more like a full-sus than other aggro hardtails from Kona, Ragley and Commencal we tested alongside it.”
“When combined with the superb parts list, this translates into an astoundingly fast, confident and fun trail bike. Put simply, the Bird gives you the best shot at keeping up with your fully-suspended mates on gnarly trails, or even stealing their Strava KOMs.”
Their only minor criticism was that the bike would benefit from wider rims… which are now available on all models!
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What Mountain Bike Magazine rode the Aeris 120, read the full review here!
“Top value, super slack UK trail attacker”
” if you’re looking for a UK-proof, UK-designed hardcore trail bike nothing will touch it”
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