Tested | 12 Top Mountain Bike Accessories To Upgrade Your Ride

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Wil tests and reviews 12 top mountain bike accessories for your new (or old) ride

New to cycling? Just got yourself a spangly new mountain bike? Or maybe you’ve been riding for years, but prefer to spend your time actually riding and hanging out with your mates rather than trawling the internet for all the latest gear news and reviews?

Whatever the case, this list is curated just for you. The list contains 12 different mountain bike accessories designed to strap onto your mountain bike – some of the products are designed to hold things, others are there for protection – both for you and your bike.

I’ve been using most of these products on and off for the past year or so, and consequently, I’m pretty across what they do well and not so well. As always though, if you’ve got any questions about any of these, shoot ’em into the comments section below and I’ll do my best to answer them for you.

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Review Info

Price:See article
Tested:by Wil Barrett for 3-12 months

Comments (9)

    I’d pay £9 for something at is specific to the crank, and definitely fits, rather than £2 for one that ‘almost’ fits…

    I’m happy to be corrected but from my experience the Fidlock bottles only twist off clockwise, they’re not changeable for left-handed release.
    Still damn good though.

    Mucky Nutz did the first folding fender (just saying ‘ cos I invented it!)

    £1.79 with free postage ordered , thanks for the tip

    “I’d pay £9 for something at is specific to the crank, and definitely fits, rather than £2 for one that ‘almost’ fits…”

    You don’t seriously think that there’s a noticeable difference in fit, do you?

    There just ISN’T.

    ң1.79 with free postage ordered , thanks for the tipӣ

    Happy to help. I’ve used budget boots like these on all sorts of cranks (Shimano, SRAM, FSA), for years and years, and they fit and work perfectly on ALL of them.

    I like that K-Edge chain guide…but £90!

    Anyone know if the Zee cage works with Cotic Rocket 27.5 (2016 version)?

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