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Deity Copperhead stem

Like a lot of the best mountain bike stems, the Deity Copperhead is CNC machined from a solid block of 6061-T6 series aluminium, and is offered in 35mm and 50mm…

Score 7

Merida One-Sixty FR 600

The Merida One-Sixty FR was launched at September’s EX Enduro in Devon, so our first ride testing and evaluation was carried out on terrain in and around the event with…

Giant Stance E+ 1

The Stance E+ 1 is a shorter-travel 29er e-bike that strips back some of Giant’s proprietary suspension tech to deliver a ride that is both smooth and affordable. However, with…

Milkit Hassle Off

Although a cheesy pun, the Hassel’Off from tubeless firm Milkit is super practical and does take the hassle out of trail-side repairs. It’s a combo tool with an L-shaped stainless…

Score 8

Five Ten Trailcross XT flat shoe

The Trailcross XT is easily the grippiest flat pedal shoe Five Ten makes, the secret source being the latest Stealth Phantom rubber with a squidgy 55a compound and the usual…

Score 10

Atherton AM.170

We’ve seen it the Atherton AM.170 perform at the highest level in Gee’s latest Ridgeline IV video where he ventures high into the Dolomite mountains on an epic trip, but…

Fasthouse Crossline 2.0 Short

The Fasthouse Crossline 2.0 is a lightweight baggy mountain bike short, with a price tag that places it at the premium end of the category. With stiff competition from benchmark…

Score 9

Endura MT500 Burner Lite Pant

We’re big fans of the original Endura MT500 Burner Pant, it looks good and offers great durability and protection. This new Lite version is arguably better for trail riders though,…

Score 10

Giro Merit Spherical helmet

Sharing loads of safety technology with Giro’s flagship Manifest helmet, this Merit Spherical lid saves you £50 by omitting a few features. Like me, you can probably live without a…

Score 8

Fasthouse Trace SS Tech Tee

This latest version of the Trace SS (short sleeve) from Fasthouse has improved fit and fabric, with a slightly more body-hugging athletic shape than previously, and also a softer fabric…

Score 8

Madison Target glasses

Madison sells some excellent value own-brand eyewear with sharp, clear lenses that we’ve rated highly in the past. They’ve impressed when tested in range of weather conditions and have gone…

Score 8

Gusset S2 Extra Soft grips

Over the last few years mtb grips have become multi-textured, with numerous grip zones, traction ridges, dimples and knurling. They’re multi-textured to maximise grip with different parts of your hand,…

Score 9

100 percent glendale glasses

When it comes to eyewear, having a large lens not only offers a lot more protection from trail splatter, it puts the frames further out from your field of view,…

Score 9

Pro Bikegear Tharsis ThreeFive stem

Pro Bikegear’s previous Koryak 31.8mm stem was 3D forged and then CNC machined. As the name suggests, the new Tharsis 3Five comes in the bigger 35mm diameter but is only…

Score 7

Dainese Linear 03 MIPS+

This 03 is the open-face model and it shares some design attributes with Dainese’s Linea 01 – currently the world’s lightest DH-certified full-face helmet. Available with or without MIPS, it…

Score 8

Calibre Line T3-27

The Line T3-27 marks a welcome return for the Calibre brand to one of its most successful old stomping grounds. With its sloping top tube, progressive trail geometry and large…

Score 10

Pro Bikegear MSN 1.3 Enduro saddle

When it comes to bikes and equipment, Enduro racing has its own set of parameters and requirements, but do you really need an enduro-specific saddle? Pro Bikegear seems to think…

Score 7

Topeak Shuttle Gauge

In its own right the Topeak Shuttle is a simple digital pressure gauge with Presta and Schrader compatibility, but it has a unique feature that allows you to attach it…

Score 7

DMR Stage 2 MTB Rail saddle

DMR’s new Stage 2 MTB Rail is one of those new/old products. The shape and construction are identical to the brand’s existing Oi Oi saddle, but the company has wrapped…

Score 9