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Giant Transfer Glove

The Giant Transfer is a lot like the TSG Slim in terms of construction, weight and ride feel. The back uses a lightweight stretchy mesh fabric that Giant says has…

£26.99
Score 6

7iDP Transition glove

This is an updated version of the Transition trail glove we have tested previously. It’s still a pull-on model, but it ditches the open-ended design for a simple elasticated cuff.…

£24.99
Score 9

Fasthouse Speed Style Blaster glove

Not quite the master blaster, but with its EVA knuckle duster, this is definitely a glove for the trail warrior. It’s constructed from a four-way stretch ripstop material, has a…

£34.99
Score 8

Dainese HGR MTB glove

The Dainese HGR MTB is the slightly more expensive twin brother of the Fasthouse Speed Style Blaster. It has a similar rip-stop style material across the entire back, but rather…

£44.95
Score 7

Endura MT500 D30 glove

The Endura MT500 is the first glove we know of to feature a D3O knuckle duster. In its inert state, this smart material is flexible and moulds to the shape…

£49.99
Score 8

OneUp E Carbon handlebar

OneUp components likes to do things differently and add value to everything it makes. The Squamish-based brand is not a fan of following the herd. When it comes to handlebars,…

£149.50
Score 10

Privateer E161

This bike is heavy on the scales but rides light on the trails. How often have you heard that said about an e-bike? I’ve certainly written something like that on…

£5,999.00
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

Renthal Fatbar Carbon 35

The Renthal Fatbar 35 Carbon is made from a fairly standard UD (uni-directional) carbon, but Renthal says these are layered and aligned to give a specific ride feel, which suggests…

£173.99
Score 8

Nukeproof Horizon V2 carbon handlebar

We’ve tested the Nukeproof Horizon previously, and while that was only a year ago, the price has remained the same and is still ultra-competitive for a composite handlebar. With new…

£109.99
Score 9

Merida One-Twenty 2024

First ride review As a trail all-rounder that targets simplicity and affordability, Merida’s latest One-Twenty model isn’t directly competing with the best downcountry bikes that we’ve tested, like the Scott…

£3,100.00
OneUp Aluminium handlebar

The OneUp Aluminium handlebar is offered in two rises and a single 800mm width. Cut marks on the control centres allow accurate trimming and, like the Race Face SixC, it…

£79.50
Score 10

Muc-Off Rider glove

Muc-Off’s Rider glove is a strapless design built using a four-way stretch polyester. There’s silicone print on the synthetic palm and fingers to enhance grip, and both the finger and…

£29.99
Score 6

Deity Skywire carbon handlebar

Most trail, enduro and electric mountain bikes come fitted with full width bars, usually with a good shape and a reasonably low weight. With this in mind, if you’re going…

£154.99
Score 7

Renthal Apex stem

The Renthal Apex stem is available right down to 31mm in length. At 110g it’s the lightest 35mm option we've tested and that helps justify the cost.

£116.95
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

Nukeproof Horizon stem

Nukeproof doesn’t specify which grade of aluminium the Horizon stem is made from, but it’s probably something like 6061-series, because you don’t get the high-grade alloys for this money. Not…

£69.99
Score 9

OneUp Stem

OneUp doesn’t do names; this product is just called the ‘Stem’ and we’ve had the 42mm length on test. It’s a plain looking stem, but it does feature a machined…

£89.50
Score 7