This Nukeproof Vector DH Sam Hill signature saddle is a more conventional DH design in that it has an incredibly flat profile with minimal padding.
Flip the Deity Speedtrap over and you’ll see SDG written there. It's collaboration between the two – SDG designs shell and rails, Deity does the rest.
Burgtec is better known for flat pedals and steering components but the UK company does offer three Burgtec The Cloud Mk2 saddles.
Developed with the help of the 50to01 crew, the Magic grip is a mushroom design but with a unique ‘semi-ergo’ profile that the company claims reduces arm pump and hand…
To fit different hand sizes, the Ergon GD1 Factory grip is offered in 29 and 32mm diameters and like all Ergon designs, it’s left and right specific.
The Spank Spike 33 is the lightest and thinnest grip in our recent group test but it may actually be the best grip you can buy for e-bikes.
What you can’t tell from the picture but this grip uses a 15 durometer Kraton rubber which feels really grippy in your palm. Wear rate is high but this grip…
Selle San Marco is pitching the Selle San Marco GND Gel Racing as an e-bike saddle, although there’s nothing stopping you using it on a regular trail bike.
Camelbak Chase Bike Vest provides storage not just at the back but also over the ultra wide shoulder straps to provide quick access for regular use items.
The 7iDP Project Lite pads are a lighter, more minimal version of the popular 7iDP Project knee. The thin design is more of a ‘compression sock’ for knees.
Everything often gets covered in crap when mountain biking, so Topeak’s Gear Box wins by stashing 23 tools inside to keep them clean and dry.
Acros Block Lock is a headset with a feature to restrict the turning circle. It's just the top part of the headset, which reduces fitting costs and expense.
Specialized Hillbilly BLCK DMND is not a lightweight tyre. Fit this tyre to a trail bike and it’s draggy uphill and slow to accelerate.
Joystick Binary stem looks pretty similar to many stems of this type on the market but has a couple of feature that make it stand out from the crowd.
Joystick 8-Bit Alloy handlebar has been thrust into the limelight as it just so happens to be the handlebar of choice of none other than Loic Bruni.
Yes, £115 is a lot to pay for glasses that you can’t change the lens but the optical quality and protection of Smith Flywheel are the best I’ve used.
The 100% Fortis Knee Guard is unusual — it’s no slip-on, instead you wrap two big Velcro straps all the way round the back of your thigh and calf.
This is a Greg Minnaar signature version of the Burgtec Bartender grip and the ‘Pro’ features include a custom ribbed surface pattern, soft 25A rubber and the great man’s signature…
Although Ergon SMD2 was developed for DH (‘it’s rarely used for sitting’), don’t take that as a given because it's a really good trail bike saddle.
It's called the Troy Lee Stage helmet and boasts Troy Lee's typically slick styling and aspirational image, it certainly turned heads when it was released.