review

Dakine calls the Slayer "the ultimate lightweight, highly-breathable knee pad for every level of rider". Read on for our review…

Jul 24th 0
review

The Alpinestars Paragon knee pads take out the Best Value award in our 'Pads For Pedalling' group test. See why here;…

Jul 23rd 1
review

The Speed Knee Sleeve is a lightweight knee pad from Troy Lee Designs, featuring flexible D3O padding…

Jul 22nd 0
review

POC arms its VPD Air pads with a flexible material that hardens up on impact. So for lightweight pads, just how tough are they?…

Jul 21st 0
Seatposts

Is the Thomson Elite Covert dropper post worth the pennies? Chipps has been testing one to find out - full review within…

Jul 21st 0
review

Dainese updates its popular Trail Skin knee pad with the 2nd generation design…

Jul 20th 0
Seatposts

Hannah tests and reviews the Command IRCC dropper post from Specialized as part of our 10-way dropper post group test…

Jul 20th 0
Seatposts

Magura jumps head-first into the dropper game with a wireless electronic jobber called the Vyron. How did it fare in a British winter? James tells all…

Jul 19th 0
Shoes

With a large flap covering the laces, the Giro Terraduro Mids are British-friendly SPD trail shoes…

Jul 19th 0
tyres

Maxxis answers the wide-rim movement with a range of WT tyres. Wil tests and reviews the 3C versions of the Minion DHF and Minion DHR II…

Jul 17th 0
Tools

Chipps has been using the trusty Dynaplug tubeless tyre repair tool for nearly a year now. What does he think of the compact Dynaplug system?…

Jul 17th 0
Seatposts

Is the latest RockShox Reverb the best dropper post on the market? Barney notches up 15 months aboard his to deliver us his longterm review…

Jul 16th 0
Seatposts

The KS LEV dropper post has been around since 2011, and has been refined since then. So how does the latest stack up to the competition? Full review w…

Jul 15th 4
Seatposts

The UpDown is the first dropper post to come from Funn Components. With a sealed cartridge and external routing, it promises reliability and easy serv…

Jul 14th 0
saddles

The Scoop Gel from Fabric is a clean lined, comfy seat for those with medium-wide sit bones and fifty English pounds to spend. Doesn’t have to be in…

Jul 14th 0
Shoes

Not quite an XC race shoe, and not quite a full-blown enduro boot either. Is the Northwave Outlook Plus the Goldilocks shoe for trail riders? Rachel i…

Jul 13th 0
Seatposts

The Fox Transfer is entirely new compared to the old D.O.S.S dropper post. But is it better? Chipps notches up 12 months of testing to find out…

Jul 13th 0
wheels

After Stans NoTubes redesigned the venerable Flow rim last year, we got in a set of the new Flow MK3 wheels for testing…

Jul 12th 5
Seatposts

After the Kronolog disaster, has Crank Brothers redeemed itself with the Highline? James has spent 12 months on one to find out…

Jul 12th 0
review

With 120mm of travel, the Cotic FlareMAX is the RocketMAX's baby brother. Make no mistake though, this is one capable steel trail bike…

Jul 11th 0
review

Tom tests out some bike packing friendly meals…

Jul 11th 0

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