If you’re after a weatherproof packhorse to take, well, pretty much everything, look no further than the Lowepro Rover Pro AW.
Wheels that offer great grip due to sheer surface area thanks to the low pressures, yet are still firm enough for road riding without undue squirming.
If you ride in all conditions and they fit you, then these are definitely worth it.
Light, powerful brakes that have great lever feel and just work consistently, no matter how long the descent.
It won’t work miracles on worn-out suspension but this is an excellent way to get your worn-in forks and shocks feeling like new again
The sensible commuter’s future backpack: waterproof, comfortable, durable, light.
Well worth considering for aggressive riding with a downhill focus.
The Big 7 feels sharp, nimble, more sprightly; very much like a 26in but still with a slightly smoother roll over bumps.
Totally predictable handling, dead stable and as confident on twisting singletrack as any other bikes we’ve tried around this price
Very good at what they do. Only you know if what they do is what you want
If you have a Gobi-shaped bum and like retina-burning colours, then this is probably the saddle for you
A great GPS unit for riders less bothered about navigation and mapping than they are about stats.