Sim's finally got his hands on a Crank Brothers Joplin seatpost.Lightweight titanium rails on the 'All Mountain' saddle from Outland, with what can only be described as a unique finish.Outland's 'Slopestyle' flanged lock-on grips. Similar to Odi Ruffians but cost less.Sounding like a robot from Star Wars the RSPR DBR Fuse has a clever retention system twinned with a not so clever chin strap. Modeled by the super clever Ben.17 tooth single speed kit for around £15 from Outland. Curved aluminium body on the Outland Kustom Slim Pedals. Nice and trendy in white but we're not too keen on the standard short pins.Vaude hydration bag has a neat airflow system and key holder but no bladder. Mark tries on some new kit from Sugoi (Matt prefers his Puma and Edwin ensemble.. understandably).The ever popular Altura Summit 3/4 shorts for riders wanting a more casual look whilst on the trails.A new LowePro Dryzone Rover camera bag for Sim. Features a waterproof 'drypod' for all his camera equipment, a tripod holder and still has space for a hydrapak, spare clothes and sandwiches.New Bontrager Rhythm CP shorts seem very hard wearing with a removable 'inform' chamois.Altura Synchro Ladies Baggy Shorts with 'Magic Silver' yarn.The Avenir Modena glasses come with four different lenses to choose from and a sturdy case to keep them all in.Or for a more road rider look, go for the Uvex Racer's instead. Related posts Clothing Review: Bontrager Vella Stormshell, A Jacket Amanda Is Actually Willing To Wear by Amanda Wishart - February 19, 2018 10:30 am Fresh Goods What’s New In The Office This Week? Check out Fresh Goods Friday 382 by Hannah Dobson - February 2, 2018 11:51 am Fresh Goods Nipples! Rubber Ear Muffs! Rambo and The Fall! 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Sim March 13, 2009 at 2:44 pm Matt does have a dog, Bert, who as far as I know is not yet road kill. terrahawk March 13, 2009 at 2:57 pm I think Matt looks a bit scary in a “Angry Hell’s Angel with a pool cue” kinda way. rs March 13, 2009 at 3:31 pm i thought mark had just come back from a muddy ride at first glance. dave360 March 13, 2009 at 4:33 pm Matt’s got a lovely smile. You just leave him alone. And his dog. hamishthecat March 13, 2009 at 9:21 pm Is it me or is Sim looking increasingly like Brian Blessed. Gordon’s Alive! Sim March 13, 2009 at 9:25 pm Eh? I don’t even have any facial hair. showerman March 13, 2009 at 9:44 pm matt looks like the drummer from ZZ top brakes March 14, 2009 at 12:23 am I’m not sure what it says about a product when you’d rather show a picture of its box than the product itself MrNutt March 14, 2009 at 9:04 pm Mark, 9/10 for attempting the difficult “Littlewoods hip handed elbow point”, an advanced pose requiring commitment, determination and the suspension of all dignity. Inspiring, truly inspiring. speaker2animals March 15, 2009 at 9:40 am Looking forward to the Joplin review. I assume it’s one of the newer ones with the new clamp? What size is it, are they not now doing a 27.2 size? Matt is modelling a good tramp-a-like. However I reckon it’s a subtle camo for cheeky trail riding. Irrate farmer chases naughty MTBers. Catches em, but wait….much confusion….am I looking in the mirror, feel a bit off now. Once irrate farmer wanders home, head hung low contemplating shot gun/mouth experiment. thepurist March 15, 2009 at 1:34 pm Showerman – nope, ZZ Top’s drummer was Frank Beard who was (of course) the only one without a beard… Stoner March 16, 2009 at 9:01 am so who are Outland? Not heard the name before and cant find a website although they seem to be well listed on seem to be a finishing kit kind of outfit in the mold of M:Part and Kalloy etc. Stoner March 16, 2009 at 9:01 am hmm cant edit…so link should have been… http://www.bikeplanetuk.co.uk/products/accessory/outland/ nbt March 16, 2009 at 9:56 am Outland is Raleigh’s own brand stuff. Seems to be cheap and reasonable quality, I’ve had quite a few Outland things and never had any problems Gaz March 23, 2009 at 11:09 am Outland is supplied through Raleigh. Also, to come back on ST’s comments on the short pins, I agree – this is why i’ve changed them. Both, pins and bolts (all replaceable – unlike V8’s!!) are being extended by 2mm so performance will improve and price will still remain low! Also, watch this space for new colours and graphics! Comments are closed.