Jamie spent winter on the travel adjustable Cannondale Jekyll 3. The aluminium version of Cannondale’s go anywhere, ride anything trail bike
Bionicon have revisited the old DCD and given it a rather clever revamp for the new generation of chainslippers
Jon tests the most affordable Whyte 146 model, a UK designed lightweight carbon trail bike with new school geometry
Dave has spent six months aboard his carbon big wheeler – it may be called a ‘race weapon’ but what’s it like every day?
Jamie’s finally got all the bits to build his extra-large Turner 5-Spot together – what are his plans then?
Price: £479.99 From: Hotlines Tested: 12 months Wheelset reviews are a funny old game. You can’t really write much about their performance at first. Pretty much all non-cheap wheels these days are fine out of the box and fine for a few rides. You can weigh ‘em. You can fill a few sentences talking about […]
Patrick tests a set of winter gloves from Canada – are they toasty or just stale bread?
One of the largest mountain biking hydration packs that Camelbak have ever produced.
Benji tests an all mountain fork from X-Fusion that promises a lot – but does it deliver?
Benji’s been busy with the testing of six lovely helmet lights. His three faves are featured in issue 71 (out now!); here’s the test in full for your reading pleasure. Up until fairly recently, helmet lights for mountain biking at night were pretty much only really worth bothering with when used in conjunction with a […]