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Mountain Bike Reviews - Merida Bikes E160 2021
Mountain Bike Reviews - Merida Bikes E160 2021
Merida Bikes E160

Merida have long held acclaim for the eONE-SIXTY, one of the first proper e-MTB’s to have sorted geometry and a real enduro feel. It’s won plenty of awards over the years, and rightly so. By today’s standards, it’s perhaps not the longest, lowest or slackest enduro focused e-MTB on the market, but that doesn’t detract from what is an exceedingly…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Kids Ride Shotgun Kids Ride Shotgun Seat & Handlebar 2021
Mountain Bike Reviews - Kids Ride Shotgun Kids Ride Shotgun Seat & Handlebar 2021
Kids Ride Shotgun Kids Ride Shotgun Seat & Handlebar

There have always been many solutions to carrying a child on your bike. Since the dawn of the bicycle, riders have strapped stuff, including offspring to their two-wheeled machines. Many of these child carrying devices are cumbersome, unwieldy and made of cheap plastic, but in recent years we have seen a change in the quality of seats available for kids…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Mavic XA MTB 2021
Mountain Bike Reviews - Mavic XA MTB 2021
Mavic XA MTB

Mavic have been a dominant force in the bike industry for what feels like eternity. The XA model we tested is their entry-level MTB shoe with a price point of 90EUR/105GBP. Weighing in at 355 grams per shoe, it is reasonably lightweight. The shoe is SPD compatible and available in 20 different sizes from 36 to 48 ⅔. About the…

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Mountain Bike Reviews - Melon Optics Alley Cat 2021
Mountain Bike Reviews - Melon Optics Alley Cat 2021
Melon Optics Alley Cat

In the past few years we’ve seen the revival of the neon fluorescent flash fashion of the 90’s. Especially in the world of sunglasses there has been a comeback of big, bright goggle-like eyewear to protect your eyes from that ball of fire in the sky. The guys and gals at Melon Optics have been in the game since 2013,…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Canyon Bicycles Stitch360 2021
Mountain Bike Reviews - Canyon Bicycles Stitch360 2021
Canyon Bicycles Stitch360

German bike brand Canyon has three different dirt jump bikes in their range, we take a look at the entry level Stitched 360. Built around an alloy frame and single speed setup it is perfect for riding dirt jumps and pump tracks. About the brand In 1985 two brothers started a bike shop called Radsport Arnold in the German town…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Mavic XA MTB 2021
Mountain Bike Reviews - Mavic XA MTB 2021
Mavic XA MTB

Mavic have been a dominant force in the bike industry for what feels like eternity. The XA model we tested is their entry-level MTB shoe with a price point of 90EUR/105GBP. Weighing in at 355 grams per shoe, it is reasonably lightweight. The shoe is SPD compatible and available in 20 different sizes from 36 to 48 ⅔. About the…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Earshots Earshots 2021
Mountain Bike Reviews - Earshots Earshots 2021
Earshots Earshots

Earshots are a set of wireless headphones that use magnets to make sure they stay in place. Bluetooth takes care of the connection, and the built in microphone makes it able to answer calls too. About the brand Earshots is a new venture out of New Zealand. Like many products out there, it was born out of frustration. Founder James…

Mountain Bike Reviews - OneUp Components V2 31.6 / 210mm drop 2021
Mountain Bike Reviews - OneUp Components V2 31.6 / 210mm drop 2021
OneUp Components V2

OneUp components have been around for quite some time now. Based out of bike mecca Squamish B.C. the team that was once running the show at Race Face, now bring out some of the most innovative products in the bike industry while sticking to their motto, work less ride more. Rumor has it that they even have a 4 day…

Mountain Bike Reviews - Bluegrass Skinny 2021
Mountain Bike Reviews - Bluegrass Skinny 2021
Bluegrass Skinny

Bluegrass has been on the market for quite some time now, and with their Skinny pads line ventured into the ‘hard to do right’ side of protectors. The skinny is available in both regular and D30 versions. We tried out the budget friendly regular pads. They are available in XS, S, M, L and XL sizes, with an accurate size…