Better Living Through Carbon Fibre
While usually blasé about high dollar super sleds made with aerospace-approved material - Andrew Major has found some uses for the 'plastic fantastic...'
Giant Swage Lock-On Grips Review
Giant has come close to providing the convenience of a lock-on with the feel of a push-on grip…
YEAR IN REVIEW
Best Of 2018 - Andrew's List
Andrew was surprised by a few products this year - and he's got a new assistant mechanic...
Handlebar Width & Staying Gracious
Don't get angry about bar width articles on the internet, use the wet season to tweak your set up and then go ride...
Wolf Tooth Precision Headset
Quality, Durability, Flexibility
Ergon GD1 vs GE1 Grips - Mano a Mano
Ergon has updated their original and added a new shape and new compounds to these German-designed handles…
FIRST LOOK | TEARDOWN
3 Fresh Products For Fall
A fancy angleset, winter boots for temperate climates and a set of cranks that won't break the bank or the scale...
Renthal's Fatbar V2 Ridden
Renthal's wider Fatbar also comes in black, but that's not all there is to the new alloy bar…
Deathgrips VS. MacAskill Grips - Mano a Mano
Mano a Mano pits two similar products against each other - and in this case two riders will also be slugging it out with their grips...
3 Even Fresher Products For Spring 2018
A Wolf Tooth Headset with lots of colour, some full-featured lace-up clip in shoes from Scott, and a floor pump for the end of times from Crankbrothers...
Sea Otter 2018
ENVE's New M-Series Bar & Stem Range
If it's from ENVE you know it's made of carbon – even the stems – but only one level in the series has been fattened to a 35mm diameter...
Wolf Tooth: Precision Headsets In Halves
Wolf Tooth jumps into the colorful high-end headset game.
Wolf Tooth Dropper Post ReMote
Need a new dropper remote? Buy the ReMote. It's simple and an awesome product…
Release | Review
Renthal Ultra Tacky Push-On Grips
Are you looking for grips that don't compromise grip or diameter size for any other consideration? Look no further...
Year in Review
Best Of 2017 - Andrew's List
The gear that caught Andrew's attention and continues to surpass expectations to this day, and some classic memories that haunt him on the trails still.
Race Face's $100 Chester 35 Cockpit
The Chester series doesn't put a big hole in your budget for grips, bars and stem - but is it worthy of your ride?
Editorial | Review
Ditch Your Lock-On Grips
"I remember smiling as he relegated these new fangled lock-on grips with the efficient ferocity of a cornered Luddite..."
One Headset For Life
There was a time when you could pass extra sweet components on from bike to bike because standards didn't change...
150 Word Review
Ergon GE1 Evo Slim Grips
The GE1 is an enduro grip - which is not to be confused with a DH grip (the GD1) - but they'll get your elbows out all the same...
Min-Maxing Cockpit Spec
High priced bikes often come with expensive brand-name cockpit parts that are rarely perfect for the Joe Or Jo rider...
Clean Up Your Cockpit With Scott Bikes
Scott bikes and Syncros components were showing off some interesting components, and some very refined details in their 2018 lineup, which was partly on display at Crankworx in Whistler.
Crankworx Gear 2017
Specialized SWAT CC Steerer Tube Tool
This has to be the handiest multi-tool placement ever - and perhaps the most clever...
Defying Convention: SQlab 12º and 16º Sweep Bars
Virtually every mountain biker rides handlebars with sweep between 7 and 9 degrees but is that actually the sweet spot for everyone?
Santa Cruz Palmdale Grips
A grip designed to complement your carbon bars with a thinness that puts supermodels to shame...