The Giro Chamber is a shoe designed around DH racing and the demands of riding the hardest courses. In fact, Aaron Gwin had a hand in creating them.
If the old adage 'bigger is better' is true then the Funn Mamba pedal should be snaking the competition and bringing home the gold.
The Race Face Stage is a short for all seasons. It’s made from a mix of Polyester, Nylon and Spandex so it’s lightweight, breathable and stretches easily.
It’s taken RockShox quite a while to come up with a compatible remote for the Reverb. It has done a great job but it’s expensive.
The Shimano SLX M7000 groupset looks like a more expensive groupset, and to a certain extent that matches its performance.
The Source Hipster belt stands out from the bumbag fannypack crowd by having additional shoulder straps and an unusual reservoir design.
In terms of width and stiffness the Burgtec WR Carbon Enduro handlebar is bang up to date. A great addition to a longer travel trail or all mountain bike.
The new Milkit tubeless kit is basically a fancy sealant injector with built-in storage for a dipstick, hose and two valve stems.
If you're confused by knobs and dials, or you’ve just bought a bike and want a short cut to ideal set-up, the Quarq Shockwiz makes a brilliant assistant.
The Assos H Rallycargo S7 is hands down the best XC baggy short I have ever ridden in. Supremely comfortable and stretch minimises pedalling restriction.
The Mavic Crossmax Pro jersey is one of Mavic's top flight jerseys. Aimed at the more rowdy end of the riding spectrum it features more robust construction.
At £250 the Giro Switchblade is more expensive than the Bell Super 3R but it feels more substantial, and still good value considering it's 2-for-1.
The Nukeproof Horizon CS CrMo Trail is aimed at XC and trail riders wanting a bit more support than you might get from a regular XC style SPD pedal.
The Mavic Crossride Belt has a deep triangular shape aimed at maintaining stability even when hooning about or during enduro racing.
The BMC Trailsync is a revolutionary new dropper post from BMC that automatically flips between suspension settings as you change your saddle height.
The Pearl Izumi X-Alp Launch ll seems unfeasibly light and soft for a shoe designed around trail and enduro riding but performance is not compromised.
Your choice of eyewear needs to be based on both protection and looks. Fortunately these bases are covered with the Scott Spur.
A significant update over the original Arch EX, the Stans Arch MK3 uses a wider rim, taking the internal width to 26mm to help maximise tyre volume.
It’s fair to say that the emergence of MIPS (Multi-directional Impact Protection System) boosted riders’ awareness of helmet safety, and the possible dangers caused by rotational impacts. It’s now increasingly…
When Sealskinz brought out the waterproof sock it almost revolutionized wet weather mountain biking in the UK. Working on the other extremities became the obvious next step and currently Sealskinz…