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Mountain Bike Reviews - O’Neal Pike Helmet 2018
Mountain Bike Reviews - O’Neal Pike Helmet 2018
O’Neal Pike Helmet

With a rich history steeped in the world of motocross, it’s no surprise to find that O’Neal’s range of mountain bike helmets have more than just a smattering of MX blended into their mix. Strong graphics combine with in-your-face colours and big peaks to ensure wearers are in no doubt as to the pedigree of this legendary brand. The Pike…

Mountain Bike Reviews - O’Neal Fury RL MIPS 2017
Mountain Bike Reviews - O’Neal Fury RL MIPS 2017
O’Neal Fury RL MIPS

The O’Neal Fury has been a best seller for some time and now comes packaged with the latest MIPS technology. Although this adds a hundred or so grams to the deal, luckily they had started with one of the lighter full-face lids on the market, so it still comes in at a lean 1100g. In my opinion, that's a small…

Mountain Bike Reviews - O’Neal Pike Helmet 2017
Mountain Bike Reviews - O’Neal Pike Helmet 2017
O’Neal Pike Helmet

With a rich history steeped in the world of motocross it’s no surprise to find that O’Neal’s range of mountain bike helmets have more than just a smattering of mx blended in to their mix. Strong graphics combine with in-your-face colours and big peaks to ensure wearers are in no doubt as to the pedigree of this legendary brand. The…

Mountain Bike Reviews - O’Neal Rockstaker Short 2017
Mountain Bike Reviews - O’Neal Rockstaker Short 2017
O’Neal Rockstaker Short

Not as 'hardcore' as some of O'Neal's more aggressive moto-inspired clothing, the Rockstaker short is a fairly casual trail short. Available in three different colours which match into the ever-so-colourful O'Neal range, or can easily be worn with other brands, especially if you choose black. Featuring waist adjustment and velcro hem tabs, it has plenty of flexibility in size and…

Mountain Bike Reviews - O’Neal SINNER Kevlar Knee RACE Guard 2017
Mountain Bike Reviews - O’Neal SINNER Kevlar Knee RACE Guard 2017
O’Neal SINNER Kevlar Knee RACE Guard

O'Neal has been in the MX game since the ’60s, but it wasn’t until the late ’80s when it entered the mountain bike market. Jim O'Neal was an MX rider during the birth and the initial growth of the sport. Driven by a need to help himself and his fellow riders to progress in the sport, Jim started to design…

Mountain Bike Reviews - O’Neal Stinger II 2017
Mountain Bike Reviews - O’Neal Stinger II 2017
O’Neal Stinger II

The Stinger II is a flat pedal shoe from O’Neal and fits within a range which includes their Torque SPD shoe and high top Trigger flat shoe. The style follows a classic skater style shoe, with bold contrasting colours and stitched leather panels. The sole unit is a honeycomb textured rubber which O’Neal call Honey Rubber. This is made up…

Mountain Bike Reviews - O'Neal AMX Zipper Knee Guard III 2016
Mountain Bike Reviews - O'Neal AMX Zipper Knee Guard III 2016
O’Neal AMX Zipper Knee Guard III

As knee pads become nearly as common as helmets for mountain bikers, the range of options grows ever more extensive. From O'Neal, we have their AMX Zipper pads, which do offer something slightly different from the norm. The clue is in the name, and the zip up the side allows the pads to be fitted without taking shoes off, making…

Mountain Bike Reviews - O'Neal Torque SPD Shoe  2015
Mountain Bike Reviews - O'Neal Torque SPD Shoe  2015
O’Neal Torque SPD Shoe

The O’Neal Torque SPD shoes are styled to look like skate shoes and carry with them all the cool looks that go with that. Sleek lines and a with a choice of red, green and black colours there should be something for everyone. They feature a durable and lightweight rubber sole with a large cut out to insert your cleats.…

Mountain Bike Reviews - O'Neal Trigger II Shoes  2015
Mountain Bike Reviews - O'Neal Trigger II Shoes  2015
O’Neal Trigger II Shoes

High tops with waffle soles, or Honey Rubber as O’Neal calls them, due to their honeycomb appearance and the fact they are made from a sticky rubber - there’s not a lot more you can want from a flat pedal shoe! Having raced in their high SPD version, the Torque, a few years previously, I was intrigued to see how…

Mountain Bike Reviews - O'Neal Andreu Loves Dirt Glove  2013
Mountain Bike Reviews - O'Neal Andreu Loves Dirt Glove  2013
O’Neal Andreu Loves Dirt Glove

O’Neal have collaborated with legendary Spanish dirt rider Andreu Lacondeguy to design these gloves, and they’re certainly an eye-catching creation. The palm is a single layer of Clarino synthetic leather, as is popular in MTB gloves these days due to it’s strength, durability, performance and the fact it’s machine washable. A complete piece has been used for the Loves Dirt…

Mountain Bike Reviews - O'Neal Element FR Shorts  2013
Mountain Bike Reviews - O'Neal Element FR Shorts  2013
O’Neal Element FR Shorts

With Greg Minnaar having a signature colour way as part of the O’Neal Element Series you can be sure the Element FR shorts are built to last and have been tried and tested to the absolute max. Heavy duty fabric is used throughout the shorts with a durable Spandex stretch material in the crotch area and across the rear giving…

Mountain Bike Reviews - O'Neal Sinner Knee Guard  2013
Mountain Bike Reviews - O'Neal Sinner Knee Guard  2013
O’Neal Sinner Knee Guard

The Sinner knee guard from O’Neal is a high tech piece of kit. Unlike some other pads it uses a SaS-Tec Memory foam insert, which is vented and cut to provide excellent flexibility and cooling properties. The foam is pliable and relatively soft, but when it hits something it hardens in a relative manner to the force of the impact.…

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O'Neal have just released the Traverse, a new multi purpose shoe that's designed for both biking and hiking in equal measure - are multi purpose…

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1 month ago

How to launch your new seasons clothing range? With a rad 'shredit' of course! The O'NEAL BIKE Collection 2K20 celebrates our place in history as…

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5 months ago

  Get warmed up for the main event with some qulaity bits of Saturday's qualifying runs, stat attacks and track run throughs, right here...

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6 months ago

A race-ready 3-4 season Enduro/ DH shoe disguised as a winter waterproof shoe! Fully water-proof and breathable, tested down to 0°C, but equally at home…

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7 months ago

O'Neal have just announced a new full face helmet made in conjunction with the G.O.A.T. himself, Greg Minnaar. Read on for more info about the…

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9 months ago

Introducing the O'Neal Defender 2.0 All Mountain/ Enduro/ Trail helmet – as featured in World of MTB Mag’s “Best of 2019” round-up of the best…

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11 months ago

Stick this in your pipe and smoke it! Fast and furious trail blitzkrieg from the Gravity Freaks taking down the ancient Greek lines of Ymmitos.…

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1 year ago

Get all the autumn feels from this DH rip through the Dirfis mountains in Greece with the Gravity Freaks! It's the perfect combination of wet…

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1 year ago

Check out the 50:01 crew as they get crazy for the Trans-Cascadia! This behind the scenes footage is full of shralping, sending and smiles! Prepare…

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1 year ago

Check out some of the madness that went down at Ard Moors. We saw the infamous Ard Rock take place earlier in the summer. But…

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1 year ago

Take a look at the latest shenanigans from the Santa Cruz team! Episode 6 of The Syndicate has dropped, bringing the 2018 season to an…

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1 year ago

Some seriously synchronised shredding. Listen to the sweet sound of ticking hubs and buzzing tyres on this sublime section of singletrack.

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Downhill racing has never been so exciting, this season the women's racing has been wild, unpredictable and refreshing. We caught up with a few of the key racers looking to build on their success from this year into the 2020 season.

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Rou’s recovery is going well, ten weeks since the crash and he’s learning to walk again!

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We catch up with Alastair Beckett, bike designer extraordinaire, and responsible for some of the most successful bikes on the race circuit. Alistair talks about bike design, the rise of the high pivot bike and what the future may hold for mountain bikes.

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Trail bikes feature this issue with playful and efficient bikes coming in from Rose and Cube showing that you can combine speed and confidence. We also get excited with brand new 2019 forks in the form of Fox 36s and the much anticipated return of Marzocchi Bombers!

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Off the coast of Africa lies a collection of sun-soaked islands covered in perfect mountain bike terrain. Jordi Bago is a man on a mission to promote the area, and we took a visit to escape the winter and hit the trails with the most enthusiastic Spaniard on two wheels.

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The Official Facebook Page for O'Neal. Producing high quality motorcycle & cycle gear for almost 50 years! For O'Neal riding is beyond that of just a sport. It is the ultimate feeling of freedom. For some of us, the day we learned to ride a bike is where it all began. It was the first day we really started to live. The freedom of steering your own course with the ability to move at faster speeds than ever, all while keeping balance on two wheels was simply euphoric. Riding is beyond that of just a sport. It is the ultimate feeling of freedom that takes us to new heights every time we throw our leg over that bike. In the late 1960s Jim O’Neal found himself at the forefront of the two-wheel movement. A local racer from LA County, Jim pushed himself on modified machines to race on the dirt across America. It wasn’t long before Jim realized the need for better equipment to battle against competitors, as well as the harsh conditions the rugged tracks and terrain brought forth. Thus, passion led to innovation and in 1970 the brand O’NEAL was born. Building protective equipment, apparel, helmets and accessories soon became more than a company profile, but in fact, a life’smission statement. Simply put, when you build product with passion there is no compromise. At O’NEAL there are no cutting corners in production of protective equipment. The product development has been non-stop for 47 years and under no circumstance is there going to be a cut back in quality this year, or any year, ever. O’NEAL products are still painstakingly designed and developed in Southern California, just outside of LA, using the finest in materials and craftsmanship. Well over half a century after Jim found his passion for riding on two wheels, you can still find him racing 1,000 miles across Baja Mexico or at the local track. The euphoric feeling of freedom and speed never dies; it only gets better with every ride. Enjoy the Ride! As the sport itself was being born, so was the company that Jim O'Neal founded. The passion of a kid living in Southern California turned into the production of the worlds finest apparel, parts and accessories for those who want to ride. 1970 Clothing (brand) The official Facebook Page of O'Neal Europe

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