29er issue 113 james vincent rob crayons wil orange pivot evil review

In case you hadn’t noticed, 29ers are kind of hot right now. Wil and the test team take on three of the best to see if big wheels are back. …

Sep 25th 1
adidas evil eye evo pro glasses wil bell super moustache review

The lenses on the Evil Eye Evo Pro glasses are huuuuuge! Wil tests these pricey shades to find out if they're a legitimate alternative to wearing gogg…

Sep 22nd 2
wtb vigilante tyre issue 114 tubeless tyres

WTB offers the Vigilante tyre with a TCS Tough casing and a High Grip rubber compound for those who are hard on their gear.…

Sep 21st 0
flat pedal group test review

Looking for some fresh flat pedals? Check out our ultimate buyers guide with no less than 17 flat pedals tested and reviewed…

Sep 21st 0
canyon neuron al 9.9 review

The perfect marathon machine from the German direct sales wizards? Antony puts Canyon's big-wheeled version of the Neuron to the test.…

Sep 21st 2
schwalbe hans dampf tubeless tyre tyres

Schwalbe has updated the Hans Dampf tyre with a new Addix rubber compound. Is it grippier, faster and more durable? James investigates…

Sep 20th 1
dmr vault flat pedals review

DMR Vaults are popular flat pedals for a very good reason. David explains why in his detailed review from Issue 113 of Singletrack Magazine…

Sep 19th 0
Bike Yoke Revive 160 dropper post review Seatposts

After a few months of riding in muddy slop, does the Revive Dropper post still function in a buttery manner? …

Sep 19th 0
pivot switchblade lake district review

With a dw-link suspension design and 29/27.5+ compatibility, the Pivot Switchblade is one of the most high-tech carbon mountain bikes going.…

Sep 18th 0
review

Is the Orange Stage 5 a better bike than the venerable Five? Wil certainly thinks so, after reviewing the smurf-a-tron as part of our 29er group test…

Sep 14th 1
review

Made right here in the UK, are the Hope F20 flat pedals some of the best going? David tests and reviews some purple F20s to find out…

Sep 14th 3
tyres

Does one's Honey Badger simply not care? James investigates with this burly reinforced enduro tyre from Kenda. …

Sep 14th 0
review

For those who are fed up of unattainable £7k wonder-sleds, the Calibre Bossnut is a decent full susser at an unbelievably low price point.…

Oct 10th 0
tyres

James tests the chunky Continental Der Kaiser Projekt tyres as part of our Hi-Tech Rubber group test. …

Sep 13th 0
wheels

At £345 for front AND rear, are these the plus size wheels you are looking for?…

Sep 13th 0
review

Radiance by name, radiant by nature. These uber-bright flat pedals from NS Bikes performed exceptionally well in our 17-pedal group test…

Sep 13th 0
review

The Orange Four is sometimes overshadowed by the Five, but Andi finds that the shorter travel bike is a lot more capable than you may think…

Sep 13th 0
review

Is this the best piece of kit you can buy for under a tenner? Yes, we reviewed a towel.…

Sep 12th 0
review

Well, that's summer done with. Is this the ultimate ultralight down jacket?…

Sep 12th 0
review

Can 29ers be playful? The Following from Evil Bike Co. waves its hand in the air and says "YES I BLOODY WELL CAN!" Full review within.…

Sep 12th 0
review

The DMR V8 flat pedals may be the cheaper alternative to the popular Vaults, but these are an excellent set of flatties for those on a budget…

Sep 12th 0

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