Stepping up the protection over the lightweight Speed Sleeve Knee Pads, the Raid uses clever D3O padding for flexibility and solid protection.
Troy Lee now offer two trail helmets. Is the A2 a notch above the A1? Or something different altogether? Antony delivers his review of the TLD A2.
Barney takes Cubes Freeride Plus 20 pack into the wilds of Calderdale for six months
Hannah has been falling off a lot recently, how have her knees fared in these?
Sanny got his greedy little mitts on the latest helmet technology to come out of Swedish safety specialists, POC. Here’s what he thought.
Barney stormtoopers up, but don't worry - his reviews are much more accurate than the average 'troopers marksmanship.
The sub-£100 Bluegrass Eagle Golden Eyes helmet aims to bring MET performance to a more accessible price point.
Dakine calls the Slayer "the ultimate lightweight, highly-breathable knee pad for every level of rider". Read on for our review
The Speed Knee Sleeve is a lightweight knee pad from Troy Lee Designs, featuring flexible D3O padding
POC arms its VPD Air pads with a flexible material that hardens up on impact. So for lightweight pads, just how tough are they?
Dainese updates its popular Trail Skin knee pad with the 2nd generation design
The lightweight and breathable Race Face Charge knee pads are about as minimalist as it gets
With high-tech D3O padding, the Soldier 2 knee pads from Scott offer a flexible pedal-friendly design
The iXS Hack EVOs are a tough set of knee pads. But how did they fare in the Pads For Pedalling group test? Read on for the full review
The K_Lite R is the lightest knee pad option from ION, making it a perfect entrant into the Pads For Pedalling group test
Hannah has been wearing this enduro lid, how has she got on?
As featured in our Pads For Pedalling group test, the Launch Enduro knee pads are the slimmest and most lightweight option from Fox Racing
How did the Endura SingleTrack knee pads stack up in our Pads For Pedalling group test? Read the full review within
As part of our Pads For Pedalling group test, we check out the superlight Crossbill knee pads from Bluegrass Eagle
The Recon is the lightest knee pad on offer from protection brand, 661. Wil reviews a set as part of our Pads For Pedalling group test from Issue 112
Equipped with Koroyd and MIPS technology, the Rover from Smith Optics is designed as a cheaper alternative to the Forefront.
Looking for a trail helmet guide? Then check out Barney's feature on some of the top trail helmets from Giro, Bell, Met, POC, Smith, Lazer and more.
The POC Tectal is a high-tech trail helmet with some very clever features that you hopefully won't need to use.
Do POC VPD Air knee pads offer the Holy Grail of protection and day long comfort? We sent our resident crash test dummy Sanny to find out.