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Mountain Bike Reviews - Giro Switchblade 2017
Mountain Bike Reviews - Giro Switchblade 2017
Giro Switchblade

Now, if you're lucky enough to remember the first incarnation of the Giro Switchblade, then you'll know the idea behind this helmet is not a new one. The rise of enduro has forced riders to make decisions over whether to wear a full face helmet all day, or take two and swap between and carry the spare. The new wave…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Giro Montaro MIPS 2016
Mountain Bike Reviews - Giro Montaro MIPS 2016
Giro Montaro MIPS

The Giro Montaro is in my eyes, a long awaited successor of the Giro Xen from way back in the 2000's and as such is aimed to cover all of your trail riding and enduro racing needs. Giro are arguably one of the biggest helmet manufacturers in the world yet they have been a touch slow on the uptake for…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Giro Feather  2014
Mountain Bike Reviews - Giro Feather  2014
Giro Feather

Weight: 296Grams A stylish enduro helmet meets the female touch with the Feather from Giro! Based on the men’s Feature Helmet the Feather utilises the same In-Mold polycarbonate shell to offer a lighter and safer construction. It’s a low-profile design with the In Form fit system as standard. Available in two sizes, S for 51-55cm heads and M for 55-59cm,…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Giro Remedy  2010
Mountain Bike Reviews - Giro Remedy  2010
Giro Remedy

1195 Grams 2.630lb The Remedy from Giro has been a popular helmet amongst many riders, it is affordable and dependable and the new 2010 version looks set to continue that tradition. It features removable cheek pads that pop in and out and the inner liner can also be removed for cleaning. There are 11 large vents on the helmet and…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Giro Score  2010
Mountain Bike Reviews - Giro Score  2010
Giro Score

The Giro Score comes packed with features and is a great looking goggle too. Stylish and functional are words that spring to mind. The lens offers 100% protection from harmful UV Radiation and has a durable anti fog coating. The frame features plenty of vents to reduce fogging and encourage airflow on the inside of the goggle. The matt finish…

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During the filming of VISION, Veronique Sandler teamed up with Brendan Fairclough to head back to the home of his DEATHGRIP jump line and take…

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3 months ago

Click here for a mad MTB mashup, in true Loosedog style! All his best jibs rolled into one! These videos get lost in the abyss…

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5 months ago

May we all shed a tear as the epic, sport-changing Mavic Trans-Provence comes to an incredible end... Come 15th June, riders from fifteen nations arrive…

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6 months ago

What better way to spend your weekends than chopping wood, riding bikes and drinking beer? The Ghost Recon Ride in Riva during the Bike Festival…

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6 months ago

More than just a race... it's a celebration of friendship, trails and beautiful landscapes. Get involved with this stunning recap of the fourth edition of…

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8 months ago

More two-wheeled magic from Yorkshire's answer to Paul Daniels on a bike(?). Chris Akrigg has a pretty good eye for a line, and here he…

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9 months ago

It's $6000 bike Vs $120 bike as Team BC POV head to Mexico in search of trails that, simply put, look incredible! So who came…

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9 months ago

A new event, competition and adventure that is the E-Bike Desert Challenge. Uzina Canyon, a dry river course deeply buried in the gypsum plain, was…

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10 months ago

Crack out the long stems, short travel, steep head angles and minimal technique - this is your #wipeoutwednesday roll call and this week we're on…

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10 months ago

Check out this rad little edit from the 50:01 crew! Featuring some steep, gnarly turns and some slippy, snowy action. We raked a steep track…

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11 months ago

See the stunning city of Prague like you've never seen it before - via the medium of dance? No, obviously not that - via Josef…

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1 year ago

One thing this guy wasn't counting on was the insane steeps of Horseface, a trail to end all trails in Asheville, NC. Jordan Boostmaster takes…

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Rebecca Parker investigates the various approaches different brands are taking regarding bikes for women. Pink and shrink it is thankfully long gone, but do women really need a specially designed bike?

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We’ve just launched a huge update to the App we have been working on for the last 18 months! Find out all about it here!

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Boutique brand Pivot have been supplying the bike world with top-end desirable machines since 1997, but what is it about these bikes that gets riders so excited? And what does it take to make the ultimate bike and the perfect riding experience, we chat to the man behind Pivot, Chris Cocalis.

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For a small patch of Scotland, the Tweed Valley produces more than it's fair share of riding talent. We head up for the annual Tweelove festival and check out the riding, racing and community, which make the area so special.

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The Crankworks Rotorua slopestyle competition went off with a bang last month. Mead Norton was there to capture the action and give us the low down, and how the memory of the late Kelly McGarry is being celebrated.

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Steve Shannon heads into the deep South East of British Columbia to discover endless trails, stunning vistas and glaciers that are still shaping the environment!

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We chat to the winner of the Enduro World Series Jared Graves about his season last year and his plans for 2015.

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Giro started in 1985 by creating the first ventilated, lightweight cycling helmet, the Prolight. Today, Giro is a worldwide leader in equipment for cycling, skiing, and snowboarding and the company's goods are worn by millions of riders around the world. Giro started in 1985 by creating the first ventilated, lightweight cycling helmet, the Prolight. Today, Giro is a worldwide leader in equipment for cycling, skiing and snowboarding and the company's goods are worn by millions of riders around the world. Our mission is to create products on the leading edge of inspired design that look, fit and feel like a part of you. In Santa Cruz, California, in 1985 Outdoor and sporting goods company (877) 358-2239

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