Alpina Rootage is their latest trail and enduro helmet is reinforced by woven carbon plates behind the forehead and above the temples.
Specialized 2FO 1.0 is one of the most comfortable mid-sole and upper combinations on the market. Can it compete with Five Ten’s limpet-like Stealth rubber?
Positively reviewed here a couple of years back, Nukeproof Horizon V2 Carbon riser bar has recently been updated to this model.
Pearl Izumi Elevate pads are a minimal sleeve design, eschewing cumbersome straps or zips in favour of a Lycra sock and wide, elasticated hems.
Giro has put three years research and a whole lot of investment into its latest creation, the Giro Manifest, a helmet that’s packed full of new tech.
The new Shimano EP8 e-bike motor has just hit the market and the new Merida eOne-Sixty 8000 is the first e-bike to get it.
Shimano EP8 has sufficient power, a refined engagement, improved software and a really quiet operation, all wrapped up in a lightweight, compact package.
The Whyte G-170C Works 29 V2 is the latest in a line of UK-designed gravity enduro bikes that have evolved from 27.5in wheels.
The new Nukeproof Mega 290C Factory is part of range that gets a travel boost, carbon models and Sam Hill-honed geometry.
Sharing several strands of DNA with Demo 29 downhill bike, the latest Specialized Enduro Elite is a major departure from the X-frame design of old.
These bikes are the best hardtail mountain bikes available. From £350 up to £1,000 price points, we have chosen four winning options for any budget.
The new Five Ten Trail Cross flat pedal shoe is available in the (LT) low version here and a more protective (Mid) ankle boot.
Radon Render has a carbon front end and Bosch gen 4 motor. This Render 10.0 has RockShox suspension, 29in DT Swiss wheels and high-end components.
With a single-minded focus on success, Canyon’s new Exceed hardtail is aimed at vanquishing long-distance stage races, such as the Cape Epic, and blitzing short-course XC sprints. Need to know…
The Vitus E-Escarpe electric mountain bike doesn't get a hidden battery or carbon frame, but it delivers an addictive ride at an impressive price.
The Merida Big Trail 600 is the eerily quiet new hardtail from Merida, with 29in wheels, modern geometry and some delicious little details.
New Specialized Status 160 uses Specialized’s FSR four-bar suspension, but with a simpler no-frills design to the through-shock Specialized Enduro 29.
Transition Spur joins the downcountry mountain bike wave. Sporting modest amounts of suspension travel but not shying away from aggressive geometry.
Building on the success of the E-150, Whyte have launched new Whyte E-160, and it's even more capable. Bosch Gen 4 motor and Fox 38 fork lead the charge.
Lockdown has meant riding bikes even more than normal, and, with no cafés open, I’ve had to pop into shops a few times for a mid-ride refuel. For this reason,…