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100% Teratec+

With a full knee, most of the shin and some extra padding over the thigh, the 100% Teratec+ is one of the longest and heaviest, but also one of the…

Score 8

Dainese Trail Skins Air knee pad

This is the updated version of the Dainese Trail Skins 2 Lite knee pad we’ve tested previously. It has a new lightweight mesh chassis and revamped Pro-Shape 2.0 Protector. According…

Score 6

Canyon Torque CF8 Mullet

The Canyon Torque has morphed into a bike park bike over the years, but can this redesign make it a more versatile proposition, that can challenge the best enduro mountain…

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Smith Bobcat glasses

If you want a pair of goggle-style MTB sunglasses, the new Bobcat from Smith has you covered. It comes in six frame and six lens options and the one here…

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Endura MT500 D3O Ghost knee pad

Since hooking up with the Athertons, Endura has broadened its protection range and has added several new knee pads including the MT500 D3O Ghost. This features a D3O insert, which…

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Alpina Rockit Bold Q-Lite sunglasses

Alpina has a big range of new eyewear aiming to get among the best MTB sunglasses on sale, including this broad-coverage, modern-looking Rockit Bold. Its widescreen lens uses the brand’s…

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Milkit Tubeless kit

Since most modern mountain bike tyres and rims are tubeless ready, converting your bike to tubeless seems like a no brainer. This Conversion Kit from Milkit makes it a simple…

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Specialized Ambush Helmet

Currently Specialized offers three open face mountain bike helmets – the Ambush 2, the Tactic and the Camber. I just tested the Camber a few months back and rated it…

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Alpinestars Paragon Pro knee pad

Alpinestars offers two versions of the Paragon Knee Guard – the Plus for £50 and the Pro at £75 we’ve featured in this test. The Pro is a lightweight, sleeve…

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Specialized Stumpjumper Expert

The Specialized Stumpjumper Expert is a 29er full-suspension bike with a long history – after all, the first Stumpy came out an impressive 40 years ago! Of course, its had…

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Trek Fuel EXe

Say hello to the brand new Trek Fuel EXe, a mid-powered electric mountain bike with some very interesting features, not least the TQ motor which is compact and quiet. With…

7Mesh Farside Long shorts

This Farside short from 7Mesh is a lightweight breathable trail short made with a thin four-way stretch fabric. It’s exceptionally cool and comfortable, and, unlike most of the best summer…

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Michelin Wild Enduro Racing Line Front tyre

Identified by the funky blue and yellow chequered sidewall logos, Michelin’s Racing Line MTB tyres are, you guessed it, made for racing. That means in DH and enduro categories they…

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Weldtite Tubeless Repair kit

Tubeless tyres offer superior ride quality and puncture resistance compared to inner tubes. Occasionally, the expensive airtight tyres themselves get sliced or punctured by sharp rocks though, and riders need…

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Fenwicks Flow Through Brush

Cleaning your bike after a muddy ride is a chore at the best of times, so anything that makes this process easier – such as one of the best mobile…

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Topeak Ninja cage and Tubi 11 tool

Topeak’s space-saving bottle cage and multi-tool is one of many solutions to help ensure you’ve always got a tool to hand when out riding. Being bolted to the bottle cage…

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Birzman BottleCleat

Cageless bottle systems are becoming more common – both Fidlock and Fabric have them – and joining the party is Birzman with its new BottleCleat. The name is a bit…

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7Mesh Foundation brief padded short liner

Liner shorts underneath a pair of the best baggy MTB shorts add extra cushioning for long days in the saddle. I’m a big fan of them, since cycling-specific liners often…

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Bam 73 Zero Running Jacket

The Bam 73 Zero is designed for runners not riders, but don’t let that put you off – it has some good features that make it worth consideration alongside the…

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