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Burgtec The Cloud MKII saddle

You might think you’re seeing double with this review, because apart from some slight cosmetic differences, the Burgtec The Cloud is identical to the Gusset S2 AM. It’s made in…

Score 7

Burgtec Bartender grips

Like the other contact points  on a bike (saddles and pedals) there’s a definite love/hate thing going on with certain grips. When I first tested the Burgtec Bartender Pro, I…

Score 9

Burgtec MK4 composite

Burgtec MK4 composite pedals' 16mm tall composite platform is a close approximation of the alloy version, with 1mm concave cut away in the centre.

Score 10

burgtec enduro mk3 stem

Burgtec Enduro Mk3 stem split-front clamp makes it fiddly to line up and install bars (we prefer gapless clamps), but you will only have to do it once!

Score 8

Burgtec Penthouse Mk 5 pedal

The UK-designed Burgtec Penthouse Flats MK5 pedals have evolved into their fifth generation. Do the improvements stack up in the real world?

Score 9

Burgtec The Cloud MK2

Burgtec is better known for flat pedals and steering components but the UK company does offer three Burgtec The Cloud Mk2 saddles.

Score 7

Burgtec Bartender

This is a Greg Minnaar signature version of the Burgtec Bartender grip and the ‘Pro’ features include a custom ribbed surface pattern, soft 25A rubber and the great man’s signature…

Score 8

best mountain bike handlebars

In terms of width and stiffness the Burgtec WR Carbon Enduro handlebar is bang up to date. A great addition to a longer travel trail or all mountain bike.

Score 9

burgtec enduro mk2

Made in the UK from 6061 T6-series aluminium, the Burgtec Enduro MK2 short stem is second-generation trail and all-mountain stem for both bar sizes.

Score 8