Minoura are trying to de-dullify their turbo trainers by painting them nice colours.
This dark thought was probably in a lot of riders' heads over the Winter grimness.
Prologo do a vast array of roadie saddles. It's easy to miss their MTB ones amidst the razor blades. Here's the Vertigo Max MTB saddle.
We like neat ideas whether they're explicitly related to mountain bikes or not. These quick-release axle pedals from MKS will be of interest to thief-paranoid commuters - as well people with limited bike storage space (it's always pedals jamming into spokes innit?)
MKS DD Force flat pedal. Very long, not very wide. Quite slim. If you're after that sort of thing.
H.R. Giger-esque titanium bell with quickish-release bracket from MKS. It was surprisingly loud.
Zyro are selling hods of these shortie toe clips and straps due to the Fixie boom.
MKS' folding pedal. For easier stashing of commuters bikes as well as for use of folding bikes.
And here's the folding pedal in its folded state. See that button with "PUSH" written on it? Well... you get the idea.
Zefal's anti-theft skewers. With the bike the right way up the levers cannot be opened...
...but with the bike upside down the levers are free to open (there's a small ball bearing that moves in and out of the way that's doing the locking thang).
Everyone loves retro hefty track pumps. Here's the Zefal Husky.
A Zefal minipump with foam grip exterior. Just that little bit nicer to use.
Zefal shock pump with lovely, very ergonomic grip and pivoting gauge and hose assembly.
Camelbak's 2010 colour range gets the continued thumbs up from us. This is the women's Aurora. It uses Camelbak's lighter weight material so it's a very supple and light pack (490g).
Camelbak HAWG Deluxe. 700g.
Camelbak Octane 24. General outdoorsy hydration pack. Lightweight 70D ripstop material. Air channel back panel. Air mesh shoulder straps. 454g (without reservoir). Capacity: 27.2 litres.
Camelbak Octane 18X. Another outdoors pack. Capacity: 16.4 litres (zipped up) to 20.9 litres (expanded).