Spanish mountain bike manufacturer Mondraker is known for pushing the lines of what a modern mountain bike looks like with their Forward Geometry. Their new release, the Foxy 29″ is their first entry in the long travel 29″ trail smasher category.
Squeezing water bottles into some frames can be a challenge sometimes, making side loading cages a great option for carting a bottle on the bike. Lezyne’s offering in the category is the Flow Cage. Designed and offered in left or right side configurations, its available in a variety of colors for riders looking for some […]
We have a few GoPro cameras in our bag, but at this point they’re both a bit dated, so when the folks at Review XP reached out to ask if we wanted to try the 4k C300 Action Camera, our answer was an enthusiastic yes. The Review XP Action Cameras are extremely affordable, with the C200 […]
Mondraker bikes are known for progressive, cutting edge geometry, with long front centers and slack front ends that bring the DH feel to the trail. Coming soon to a bike shop near you in the US, like many riders we’re super intrigued and looking forward to throwing a leg over one to see how it […]
The Fabric Megabar dual valve mini-pump is an eye catcher. Its wood handle adds a dollop of style to the Fabric take on the classic frame pump which features a contemporary braided hose that fits both schrader and presta valve stems. … aand did we mention how cool it looks? Is it for mtn, cross […]
Designed and made in the US and based in Bend, Oregon, the Robert Axle Project makes — and I quote, “a shit-ton of axles.” Specializing in thru axles for 12mm and 15mm, they have axle available for trailers, trainers or for riders looking to drop a bit of weight with a cleaner interface. When I […]
I’m a bit of a comic book and sci-fi nerd so when I discovered the Po Zu Star Wars Shoe collection I had to look at all of the shoes. I first came across the Han Solo edition Chuck Taylor look alikes but digging in quickly discovered the Finn and Stormtrooper Boots which are not […]
I know we’re supposed to be hating on Camelbak due to the fact the parent company funds crooked politicians and all that, (hashtag #banNRA) but damn if this small modification to their Podium Water Bottle isn’t the best implemented anti-giardia device I’ve seen. (and used) The Camelbak Podium Mud Cap fits all the Podium bottles, […]
Cannondale has been making the Jekyll for a number of years now and although the name and the intent is largely the same, the bikes have changed quite a bit throughout the years. At its heart, it’s always been a hard hitting trail bike, designed to go up hills as well as down them, often […]
Kitsbow is known for an attention to detail in cycling wear that takes advantage of the best materials available. The Origin short sleeve jersey continues this tradition with clean minimal lines and top quality fabrics in their take on the classic full zipper top. The Origin Collection skews towards the endurance-focused, cross country side of […]
Leatt’s long awaited convertible full face helmet is here and we’ve spent the last few months charging the trails with it. Two helmets in one, it packs twice the punch. Since the initial tease last season, we’ve been looking forward to its release. It is everything we hoped for?
The Silca Seat Capsule Premio saddle bag features a structured thermoformed shell that facilitates accessing gear from a saddle. Secured to the rails using a BOA closure system, it’s positioned at an angle up against the saddle and even plays well with dropper posts for MTB (or gravel bike) use. Large enough to contain […]