If you’re after a weatherproof packhorse to take, well, pretty much everything, look no further than the Lowepro Rover Pro AW.
The sensible commuter’s future backpack: waterproof, comfortable, durable, light.
Small is beautiful? The Raptor 6 is more than adequate for 2hr rides (longer for those who pack light)
UK made gear for Bikepackers and off road tourer’s alike
Purpose-built biking hydration packs are all well and good but if it’s minimalism you’re after, look to the fell runners for inspiration
Issue 75 features our review of the Thule 891 Slide Bars and the 561 Outride Racks. We also tested this 591 ProRide rack too. The best way to make sure your bike is compatible with a roof rack is to pick a frame mounting version over a fork mounting one. The advantage is there’s no […]
Riding to work. Sounds like a wonderful idea now the sun is out, doesn’t it? Less appealing in the middle of winter though. A waterproof courier bag is a thing of joy when it’s cold and wet – it’s an extra layer of protection against the weather to your back, and makes sure that you […]
One of the largest mountain biking hydration packs that Camelbak have ever produced.
It’s a seat pack that’s waterproof, it holds two tubes, a multitool, a puncture repair kit and some coins…
Ortlieb are a company who I regard with some reverence. Their Back-Roller Classic panniers have transformed my view of what it is possible to do without a car, so I have tried their other products with some anticipation. Unfortunately, none of my other Ortlieb experiences have quite hit the perfection I so desire.