Are you fit to ride? Time to find out where your strengths and weaknesses are, and pull them back into balance.
SmartMousse? Sounds like something for my hair? No, it’s a new wheel protection system from MrWolf that positively guarantees an end to punctures.
The new Vitus E-Sommet VR is their first e-bike effort, a 160mm alloy bike, equipped with the Shimano Steps E8000 motor and 27.5in wheels.
The Bontrager Rhythm Elite shoe is designed for enduro. Low-profile ratchet buckle and full Tachyon rubber lugs. And no one can miss the day-glo lugs.
The Diodora X Trivex Plus SPD features Suprell-Tech upper as seen on many of their road shoes, which gives it a supple and moulded feel around the foot.
For flat pedal riding the Scott FR 10 Flat Cycling Shoes are a lifestyle-inspired shoe (no SPD) with a comfortable fit. With the Sticki rubber outsole.
The Scott Sport Trail Evo Gore-Tex shoe is a versatile performer that delivers all-terrain performance and keeps you dry.
Specialized Tahoe mountain bike shoes are designed to deliver rugged and dependable off-road performance especially if your rides see a good deal of hiking.
For many world cup downhill racers the Shimano Saint M810 disc brake is standard equipment, proven on multiple occasions it's worthy of a medal or two.
The Hope Tech 3 V4 is their flagship high powered brake and sits just above their E4 when we're talking power.
The SRAM Level TLM is aimed firmly at the XC and trail segment and is one of the lightest disc brakes in our test.
Another bike brand favourite, the Shimano XT M8000 disc brake showcases big performance features for the lowest priced brake in the mid-price category.
The Clarks M3 is the updated version of their incredibly low priced M2 brake system. At just under £50 per end it's still astonishing value for money.
We all want to go faster, but how do some riders make it look so easy? How can we stay calm and fluid when everything around us is becoming more…
The Hope Tech 3 X2's consistency and its comfortable and highly-adjustable brake lever secures it as our favourite dual-piston disc brake.
The classic cutty. The what now? Sliding the rear wheel, without using the rear brake. This is one of the most enjoyable skills to master.
Condition yourself any way and anywhere you can, to ride harder and faster. Four domestic exercise ideas from the maestro Alan Milway.
Ever experienced that sickening feeling of returning to where you locked up your bike only to find an empty space? You'll be wondering how to prevent it happening again.
Spring is on the way (after a seemingly eternal winter) and the perfect time to grab an early morning ride. Here's why, how and when to get going.
Snowy edit from Hope Tech media squadron featuring Nico Vink, Makken and Vinny T gets its stoke on. Snowboating anyone?