Danny Milner

Danny Milner

Deputy Editor at MBR magazine. Danny has been with MBR since 2002, and still loves nothing better than getting out there and exploring the UK’s wonderful network of trails.

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one up aluminium pedal

One Up Aluminium Pedal takes a different approach to others, with a single size, slim profile and oversize inboard bearing sitting close to the crank.

crank brothers stamp

Feet come in different sizes, so why not pedals? That’s the question Crank Brothers asked itself before designing its range of Stamp flat pedals.

strider pro 12

The Strider Pro 12 is probably the lightest balance bike on the market. But does this mean it's any good? We give it to our junior tester to find out.

met parachute

Reinvented for enduro racing, the MET Parachute is equally suitable for trips to the bike park as well as just about anywhere with challenging terrain.

Fox Proframe boasts ‘open-face breathability with full-face protection’. It’s a lofty claim, but with full-face certification, it certainly delivers.

bikepark wales

Whatever your level of ability or daring, BikePark Wales has trails that’ll leave you begging for more. Here's our run-down of the best trails there.

Does more money get you more speed? We pitched a £1,000 bike against a £6,000 bike and did some stopwatch science to find some answers.

How to personalise your RockShox Monarch rear shock suspension: tailor the air-spring volume to your weight and riding style in four simple steps.

Flat-out pedalling doesn’t always equal faster riding. Here’s how to go faster and expend less energy at the same time.

quarq shockwiz review

If you're confused by knobs and dials, or you’ve just bought a bike and want a short cut to ideal set-up, the Quarq Shockwiz makes a brilliant assistant.

giro switchblade review

At £250 the Giro Switchblade is more expensive than the Bell Super 3R but it feels more substantial, and still good value considering it's 2-for-1.

A revised Scott Genius follows on from last year's new Spark. The new Genius accepts pretty much any wheel and tyre size you can chuck at it.

santa cruz nomad

The 4th generation Santa Cruz Nomad may not sport 29 inch wheels but pretty much everything else has changed on this boutique bruiser.