DMR’s new Stage 2 MTB Rail is one of those new/old products. The shape and construction are identical to the brand’s existing Oi Oi saddle, but the company has wrapped…
One of the stone-cold classic MTB flat pedals, DMR’s Vault has earned multiple glowing reviews from us over the years. Its success lies in a deeply-dished platform with a big…
When Shimano’s patent for a sprung loaded clipless mechanism expired, the DMR V-Twin jumped on the design to create DMR's first ever clipless pedal.
It’s fair to say the DMR V11 is a plastic version of the company’s award-winning Vault pedal. It is slightly taller, but has a similar sized platform with the same…
The DMR Vault is one of the best selling flats around. Machined from an extruded piece of aluminium, the platform spins on a heat-treated steel axle.
Developed with the help of Ben ‘The Deakinator’ Deakin, the DMR OiOi saddle is low profile, lightweight and has a stress-relieving base.
Now on to its fourth generation, the latest DMR Wingbar Mk4 version of DMR’s long standing Wingbar has undergone a complete facelift.
The DMR Defy 35 stem's squat stance gives it a purposeful look suited to any trail or enduro bike. The wide clamp that locks your bar in a vice-like grip.
DMR Midi Vault cut down version of award-winning DMR Vault, in that it has a 10% smaller platform.16g lighter and offers a bit more cornering clearance.
Enter the 'new' DMR V8 V2. DMR claim this new pedal is more refined, more streamlined and more user friendly than the original V8.
On small to medium hits, the back end of the 160mm travel DMR Sled feels amazing with a RockShox Monarch RT3 shock takes care of damping duties.
DMR’s Stage 1 saddle comes with a RideSaver strap that bolts onto the bottom of the shell and secures an inner tube. It’s not exactly revolutionary; XC racers have been…
Designed in conjunction with downhill racer Brendan Fairclough the DMR Deathgrip is an almost perfect grip with a wealth of options.