All the latest products comprehensively tested. If we don’t think a product is worthy of our hard-earned, we won’t tell you to part with yours for it. That’s the promise we make with our bike and equipment tests. For all our tests we guarantee that:

  • They’re conducted by some of the most experienced and knowledgeable riders in the business.
  • Ratings are awarded only after a thorough testing process on a variety of terrain.
  • Tests are independent, and in no way influenced by our advertisers.

Our ratings are awarded out of 10, with 10/10 being the top mark.

1-4  Means something’s wrong. Possibly a design flaw or a major weakness.
5-6  OK – one or two faults but has potential
7  Worth considering
8  Very good – for the money, we’d buy it
9  Excellent – a slight mod or two and it might be perfect
10  Simply the best!

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Endura Hummvee Flat Pedal shoe

There are three options in the new Endura range, two top-end MT500 shoes including a flat pedal and a clipless offering, and this more keenly priced Hummvee – it gets…

£89.99
Score 9

Leatt Goggle Velocity 6.5 Enduro

Leatt’s Velocity 6.5 Enduro goggle hails from its moto range, which explains the hefty 200g weight – that’s nearly double some of the MTB-specific options on the market. Obviously those…

£92.99
Score 7

Bell Descender goggle

Bell’s Descender goggle is a relatively new product from the helmet behemoth, designed to complement its enduro and DH offerings. It’s available with a mirrored lens for £49.99 or a…

£49.99
Score 9

Specialized Camber helmet

Visually the Camber looks like the more expensive Ambush 2, but it’s the features rather than the looks that make this lid one of the best mountain bike helmets around.…

£70.00
Score 9

Hope Tech 3 V4 disc brake

Even though this disc brake is called the Hope Tech 3 V4 (adjustable Tech 3 lever mated to the V4 caliper) it’s actually Hope’s downhill brake. But don’t let the…

£190.00
Score 9

Leatt MTB Enduro 4.0 V22

Even though the Leatt MTB Enduro 4.0 V22 is designed for enduro racing, it is DH certified so there’s nothing stopping you wearing this on the uplift or during a…

£279.99
Score 8

Bell Super Air Spherical

Bell’s new Super Air is the first trail helmet with Flex Spherical + MIPS technology. So rather than a thin plastic liner, the MIPS in Super Air is actually a…

£149.99
Score 10

The Fox Dropframe is a half-way house between a full face and half shell. It doesn’t have a chin bar but there’s increased coverage at the side of the jaw,…

£180.00
Score 10

TRP Slate T4 Evo disc brake

At just over £100, the TRP Slate T4 Evo disc brake is basically a cut-price version of the E-MTB, but with a lot of the same features. Features such as…

£105.00
Score 8

100% Hydromatic pants

We’d highly recommend getting one of the best waterproof pants for winter riding. This 100% waterproof trouser uses a 2.5-layer fabric with a little bit of stretch and is rated…

£149.99
Score 9

Dexshell Ultrathin waterproof socks

Every winter, in the quest to keep pinkies warmer and drier in the slop, my waterproof socks come out of retirement. Over the years, I’ve tried a few different brands…

£22.00
Score 10

The new Dainese Linea 01 full-face mountain bike helmet

After over a decade out of the helmet game, Italian protection legend Dainese is back with the world’s lightest ever DH-certified full face cycling helmet. The new Dainese Linea 01…

£219.95
Score 9

SRAM Code RSC disc brake

Once fitted to our test bike, our initial impressions of the SRAM Code RSC disc brake were how noticeably firm it felt as you grabbed the lever.

£254.00
Score 9

Birzman Infinite Snap-It pump

With its highly polished silver surface, the Snap-It Apogee definitely stands out amongst a sea of black sticks that make up the best mountain bike mini-pumps. Pull it open and…

£34.99
Score 8

Park Tool PMP 4.2 pump

Park Tools is a household name in bicycle maintenance and its PMP 4.2 aims to compete with the best mountain bike mini-pumps on the market. With its conventional head, T-handle…

£25.99
Score 8

Julbo Fury Reactive glasses

French brand Julbo might not be as well-known as some premium rivals, but it’s been making quality eyewear competing with the best mountain bike glasses for over 100 years. This…

£155.00
Score 8

Hayes Dominion A4

Hayes Dominion A4 is brake with tons of power and modulation. To save you buying stuff you don’t need, it's also available without rotors and adapters.

£199.99
Score 9

Shimano XT M8100 disc brake

The question is: are Shimano XT M8100 disc brakes worth the painful bleed regime? We’d say no. We’d go for Shimano’s Deore M6000 series brakes instead.

£154.99
Score 7

SRAM Guide G2 Ultimate disc brake

Goodbye Guide, hello G2. SRAM have a new trail disc brake. We've tested the SRAM G2 Ultimate and it has alloy rotors, 'Power pads' and improved consistency.

£276.00
Score 9