It’s getting harder and harder for women to choose kit these days, because we seem to have more choice than ever before. The Osprey range alone features women’s specific packs...
Amanda tests out the FINDRA Stroma waterproof jacket, made with…coffee? Tweed Valley based clothing designer FINDRA has only been on the market since 2014, but has already established a great reputation...
The Specialized Women’s Power Comp saddle with MIMIC technology ain’t no gimmick, and has been awarded a Singletrack Recommended award from a rider that can find almost anything to complain...
I’d first come across the Italian women’s MTB clothing company Chicken Line on the MTB Chix and Trails Facebook group where there was a debate about whether the tongue-in-cheek name...
Sold as an all-round trail riding shoe, I’ve been using these for the more pedestrian end of trail riding – mostly because when things get gnarlier I’ll switch to flats....
Amanda discovers why people invest in a good waterproof jacket.
UK brand Flare has been making casual mountain bike clothing for 3 years now. Hannah checks out the Solar tech-tee and Stage enduro shorts
Hannah has been testing this enduro monster on UK trails - how has she fared?
Designed for cool weather riding in Spring and Autumn, the Gore Power Trail Jacket gets the full rundown from Hannah
Does this insulated jacket keep Hannah\'s cockles warm?
Pants, trousers, slacks, or pantaloons - how did Hannah get on with this leg wear?
Hannah tests out two cycling specific bras from Rapha
The Rhyme FSR Expert Carbon 6Fattie is the top-tier women\'s plus bike from Specialized. How did the chubby Californian fare on our British trails?
Women\'s specific shoes put to the test
Lara Dunn tests out some Howies women specific shorts
A packable Howies jacket - is Hannah under the moon of love with the Shewaddywaddy?
Function meets form and deluxe meets durability in this merino t-shirt from FINDRA
Hannah tests out some pants designed to keep your knickers dry.
Nicole finds out whether this PURPLE roadie jersey from Mavic is of any use to the mountain biker
Hannah keeps warm and cosy in this Icebreaker merino top.
During some of the wettest weather on record, Sharon has been testing waterproof shorts. How did she get on?
Does 100% New Zealand merino wool translate to quality? Beate finds out
Rachel puts some more Morvélo kit to the test
Rachel puts this Morvélo jersey through its paces.
Brand new for 2016 is this womens\' specific pack from Camelback.
Seven women\'s gnar-tops put through the wringer
A super bright flouro vest - nice kit or just a bit sensible?