With its removable chin-bar, the Bell Super 2R is two helmets in one. Remove and stow the chin-bar in your pack or on your rack on long climbs.
This week’s Monday-brightening collection of the best cycling deals the internet has to offer. Lots of variety in Dirty Deals this week it seems.
Each month we show you all the new exciting tech. Here we have an innovative bike stand, the 2018 Stumpjumper, knee and elbow pads from Endura, and Sram NX.
A series of talks have been arranged to help identify potential solutions to the growth in unauthorised mountain bike trails.
A couple of pleasing products from PRO: a longer drop Koryak dropper and a tool to take the faff and swearing out of internal cable routing. Hurray!
Brief details of two extremely interesting bikes from one of the most extremely interesting bike brands out there. It's 2019 Mondraker time folks!
The new KS Lev dropper post will be hailed with cheers from all those riders with older bikes with 27.2mm seat tubes and no Stealth cable routing ability.
Renthal Fatbar Carbon V2 is 800mm wide, weighs 225g and claims same strength and flex characteristics of the outgoing Fatbar Carbon model.
On the outskirts of Gloucester lies the Flyup 417 Project, the UK’s largest privately owned bike park and a true labour of love.
New 12-speed groupset SRAM NX Eagle breaks new ground with the most affordable wide-range 1x drivetrain yet. Twelve speeds for £365 SRP.
Read our enduro fork test and you’ll see that we consider the myriad of tuning possibilities offered by Formula Selva R are both an asset and a drawback.
GT LTS is back. Except this time it's the name of a new 4-bar suspension layout found on 2019 GT Force and GT Sensor mountain bikes.
Voodoo Wazoo brings two firsts to the sub £500 category: first bike to sport 2.8in Plus tyres and to benefit from the extra stiffness of a bolt-thru fork.
The Fox 36 has always been the enduro fork to beat. And 2019 sees some major changes to the FIT damper design that’s guaranteed to keep it that way.
Taken together, Ohlins claims that the Ohlins RXF 36 suspension fork chassis is stiffer than the equivalent RockShox Lyrik or Fox 36.
The Truvativ Descendant DH 35 bar is part of a fleet of bigger bore models in both carbon and alloy, with plenty pro rider signature geometries and widths.
With this Chromag Fubar OSX 35 handlebar Chromag now offers a full 800mm wide alloy bar using the oversized 35mm bar bore.
EVOC Hip Pack Race 3L has a roomy 3l of cargo space. It’s well organised with a main chamber that houses a reservoir and larger clothing or pumps.
The Camelbak Repack LR 4 is their second attempt at an enduro-style bum bag. The brand have clearly learnt lessons from its older Palos LR 4.
At less than £1k for the pair, these Bontrager Line Pro 30 TLR wheels are some of the cheapest carbon wheels you can buy that don’t come direct from China.