From a distance the Specialized Shuffle Child LED MIPS looks just like an adults helmet, and that’s because really it is just a miniaturised big lid.
Unparallel Dust Up sole is made from incredibly sticky 45-50 durometer rubber that even eclipses some of Five Ten’s Stealth rubber, at least on paper.
Here’s what we’re excited about this month: Whyte Es, techno flapjacks, big noisy turtles, cute T-tools, kid corsets, marvellous multicolour dream bike bags and more…
Cube’s Stereo e-bike is now a 29er with the latest Bosch Performance CX motor and a killer pricepoint, making it one of the most economical ways to get on board…
Need to Know Oversized bearings for UK muddy conditions, complete with two bearings on the driveside. Custom one piece rocker link for stiffness and pinpoint alignment, matched to open mould…
Four years in the making, four black-grade trails, and 400m of vertical drop: At long last the Dyfi Bike Park is finished, and open to ride… if you dare.
First ride review of the new Pivot Shuttle Team e-bike. Pivot reworks its Shuttle e-bike with more travel, lighter weight and a (slightly) lower price.
The 100% Fortis Knee Guard is unusual — it’s no slip-on, instead you wrap two big Velcro straps all the way round the back of your thigh and calf.
Here’s what we’re excited about this month: toolkits, tyre checkers, pink sprayers, flat shoes, black socks, big chians, blue lids, rasta saddles and more...
Welsh government funding is bringing new blue trails to an area of the country that is typically dominated by the hard stuff and black routes.
Here's what we're excited about this month. Tacky shoes, courier-inspired shorts, waterless cleaners, carbon lids, patella protectors, foot pumps and more.
Oli Carter on juggling life as an enduro racer, product developer and carpenter with a young family and a mortgage.
With an excellent four sizes in the range the GT Aggressor Sport should suit pretty much every rider’s size, lanky old me included.
The Norco Storm 4 is our only 29er on test and as such it gets off to a good start, rolling over rough ground more easily than the 27.5in wheel
Carrera Vulcan has some of the best components and spec on test, and it’s clear this is where Carrera has spent its money, creating a good entry level bike.
The Saracen Tufftrax is a fun bike to ride, the frame is just big enough to accommodate my frame and there’s something playful and poppy about it.
The Giant ATX 2 feels lightweight, comfortable and quiet on the descents, despite the poor fork, which we’ll get to in a minute.
Brilliant fun, simple to repair, cheap to run and with a character all of their own, hardtails are a great option for trail riding.
Here’s what we’re excited about most this month. Wavey lids, womens pants, tri-some hoops, floaty grips and much else besides.
Here are three options that allow you to pitch up within metres of the trails for a fraction of the cost of an Alpine chalet.