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Race Face Six C handlebar

Two things have happened since we last tested the Race Face SixC – the price has gone up, which is sort of inevitable with the cost-of-living crisis, and the bar…

£149.95
Score 9

Race Face Turbine R 35 stem

Race Face Turbine R 35 stem has featured here more than once, but I’m taking another look because it’s now available in nine(!) different anodised colours.

£99.95
Score 10

Race Face Aeffect R wheels

Race Face’s latest Aeffect R wheelset incorporates some of the brand’s higher price tech into a more affordable complete package. Most obvious in terms of looks are the asymmetric rims,…

£579.98
Score 8

Race Face Atlas pedals

The is a reboot of the Race Face Atlas flat pedal – one of the best flat pedals on the market – and to save you Googling the old design,…

£159.99
Score 8

Like cricket bats, tennis rackets and even darts, some of the best mountain bike grips are available in different diameters, and one of the companies offering alternative sizes across its…

£21.95
Score 8

Race Face Conspiracy DWR LS Jersey

The Conspiracy is one of the most interesting mountain biking jerseys I’ve ever ridden in, it’s designed to replace a lightweight jacket, the idea being it’s both water resistant and…

£119.95
Score 7

Race Face Next R handlebar

Race Face makes some of the best mountain bike handlebars on the market, and if you check out this Next R riser bar on its website, you’ll see there are…

£134.95
Score 10

Race Face Stash Bib

The two criss-cross straps on the new Race Face Stash bib are surprisingly comfortable and supportive. Race Face has also improved the chamois.

£84.95
Score 7

RACE FACE CHESTER LTD

If you are a rider that favours a soft and flexible shoe then the durability and styling of the Race Face Chester pedals makes them a very appealing option.

£49.95
Score 6

Race Face Roam Knee

Build quality is great on Race Face Roam Knee Guard, and attention to detail is superb, from the soft terry towelling inside to the ripstop outer material.

£124.95
Score 7

Race Face Atlas 35 Stem

Race Face Atlas 35 stem is machined unit, which means it looks pretty sharp. Pitched at the gravity crowd there’s nothing stopping you fitting this on a trail bike.

£79.95
Score 8

RACE FACE NEXT R

The snazzy, fat-armed Race Face Next R cranks are plenty stiff enough, impressively low weight and not overly expensive

£399.99
Score 9

Race Face Traverse Women’s Short

The Traverse is made from a lighter weight polyester material than the Khyber and is definitely a summer-only short as there is not a lot of warmth.

£79.95
Score 8

race face atlas handlebar

The Race Face Atlas handlebar is made from 7075-series aluminium, which is a super strong alloy with a high fatigue life.

£74.95
Score 9

Race Face Stash Quick Rip

Race Face Stash Quick Rip 1.5L is a small bum bag for short rides. It can carry a single water bottle which slots into a neoprene pocket in the centre.

£47.95
Score 9

Race Face The Grippler

If you stay locked in, Race Face The Grippler is a solid and well-made, no matter your hand size or aesthetic preference.

£25.95
Score 8

Race Face Next R wheels

The enduro-rated, 31mm internal-width rim, Race Face Next R wheels use a smoothly finished UD (uni-directional) carbon composite lay-up.

£1,549.00
Score 8

Race Face AEffect dropper

Race Face produces two dropper posts – the Turbine, which sells for £399 and this newer Race Face Aeffect dropper post at £259.99.

£259.99
Score 7

Race Face Love Handle

We measured the diameter of all the grips we test and at 28mm the Race Face Love Handle grip is one of the thinnest we've encountered.

£21.95
Score 7