A well-rounded Christmas haul that covers the bases, from a good book, to MTB skills, to dressing up your #flaskfriday. And a bike.
Fogged up lenses are the enemy of riders who saddle up in the cold and rainy season, but riding without eyewear isn’t a winning approach either…
Mountain biking is expensive but that doesn’t mean you can’t find a great gift for under a hundo – some of these will even save the recipient some money…
Leatt earned a reputation with neck braces, but they are branching out into apparel, packs and helmets that all look worthy of consideration…
“Riding my motorcycle from Nanaimo to Tofino in a monsoon proved that these pants can easily take on anything that a measly bicycle could throw at them…”
“Having your junk marinating in muddy water for three hours is nobody’s idea of a party – and I didn’t even know how much I hated it…”
“The AM7 shoes look like an early 2000’s Michael Jordan took up hiking. Which I think is kind of awesome, by the way…”
Our audience wanted to know more about this re-emerging helmet category – so we mixed up some helmets in the manner of a small child…
“As some people know I’m a picky bitch, and there are several areas where riding glasses really piss me off. ..”
Light weight, good fit, quick to dry – these pieces tick the boxes and look and feel great.
If you’re a Troy Lee fan, the latest D3 is likely your kind of bean bling.
The new Giro Switchblade shares a name and a removable chin bar with its predecessor, but everything else – including its intended use – is different.
“This groove accommodates the SPD bits, so the sole can grip the outer pedal body and behave more like a proper flat pedal…”
TLD Kit is immediately recognizable and great looking – but do they stack up in the function and fit departments as well?