Nukeproof's jersey range includes the more casual, t-shirt-style Outland jersey, the DH-race Kashmir and the trail-orientated Blackline jersey, tested here.
This Nukeproof Vector DH Sam Hill signature saddle is a more conventional DH design in that it has an incredibly flat profile with minimal padding.
What you can’t tell from the picture but this grip uses a 15 durometer Kraton rubber which feels really grippy in your palm. Wear rate is high but this grip…
The Nukeproof Scout 275 Sport's slack head angle and long wheelbase gives it stacks of stability when the going gets steep and rough.
This Nukeproof Blackline waterproof jacket uses three fabric layers to deliver high waterproof and breathability results.
The combination of the race tuned geometry, floaty suspension and functional build kit, makes the Nukeproof Mega 275c Pro an extremely capable bike.
The Nukeproof Horizon CL CrMo DH is the larger of Nukeproof’s two clipless pedals (the smaller being the Nukeproof Horizon CS Trail).
The Nukeproof Horizon is the flat pedal of choice here amongst MBR staff. The platform isn’t the thinnest, but it’s dished out enough to keep shoes stable.
Nukeproof has done an amazing job with the new Nukeproof Mega 275 Comp. The geometry and sizing are on point, the specification is on the money.
There’s a tightness to the Nukeproof Mega 275 Factory that makes it easy to pick a line and stick to it. Confident hitting tracks flat out from the get go.
The Nukeproof Scout 275 Comp has seen a lot of development. Its low-slung profile remains, but the bike has been stretched to a more generous cockpit.
The Nukeproof Horizon CS CrMo Trail is aimed at XC and trail riders wanting a bit more support than you might get from a regular XC style SPD pedal.
Sam Hill needs no introduction. The Antipodean ripper has been a household name for well over a decade and has deftly turned his hand to any form of racing. Currently…
The Nukeproof Neutron EVO shows that a budget plastic pedal can cut it with the metal big guns when it comes to on-trail performance.
Part of a new Nukeproof component line-up, the Warhead carbon handlebar claims to be one of the strongest on the market. >>> The best mountain bike handlebars The bar uses common…
Firm but fair, which matches the brand’s enduro and downhill image
Heavy and tall, the Nukeproof OKLO was a disappointing post - £164.99
Nukeproof’s long-travel 29er’s a thrilling proposition but its slack angles and all-rounder potential are undercut by a less than ideal choice of suspension
You simply won't find a better flat pedal for less than £35 - £34.99
The original Alpine shredder is reinvented for UK trails