Noah Bodman has been riding the new 27.5″ Canfield Jedi in a variety of terrain, take a look. (Review coming soon.)
The Giro CA Ride Overshort 2.0 is a slimmer fitting, good-looking short intended for commuters and road riders, but we’ve used them mountain biking, hiking, and camping, too.
The WTB High Tail is a saddle designed to reduce tire buzz on long-travel, large-wheeled bikes, but it’s also a viable lightweight option if its narrow shape fits you.
The 35mm Gravity Grid bar and stem are some of the most reasonably priced big bars on the market, and they perform well, too.
We take a 2nd Look at the Giro Feature MIPS helmet, with a focus on its fit and impact protection.
The Devinci Spartan is a stiff, fun bike that pops really well and rewards an active rider.
The FLY Racing Freestone Helmet offers good coverage and ventilation at a very good price.
The Giant Trance SX 27.5′s increased travel makes it a playful and capable “do everything” trail bike.
The Continental Trail King is a ‘non-drifty’ tire that excels in mud and soft dirt.
When our reviewers aren’t out testing bikes, what do their own builds look like, and why? It’s reviewer Marshal Olson’s turn.
The Race Face Tailgate Pad has several important features that make it superior to the competition.
At a weight that is comparable to carbon offerings—at a fraction of the price—WTB may have created a class-leading product with their new aluminum KOM rim.
When our reviewers aren’t out testing bikes, what do their own builds look like, and why? It’s reviewer Xan Marshland’s turn, and his focus is on durability and low maintenance.
If you’re looking to gain more precise handling, check out the Easton Haven 35 Carbon bar and stem.
When our reviewers aren’t out testing bikes, what do their own builds look like, and why? It’s reviewer Tom Collier’s turn.
Great safety features at a great value: the Giro Feature MIPS helmet comes MIPS equipped – and for less than 100 dollars.
Fly Racing’s Ripa Convert Jersey and Warpath Shorts offer simple functionality at a reasonable price.
The Specialized Enduro FSR Expert Carbon 26 is being replaced with a 27.5″ wheeled version, but the 26″ model is still worth consideration.
When our reviewers aren’t out testing bikes, what do their own builds look like, and why?
Most pads are too hot or bulky to pedal in. The Leatt 3FD Airflex Knee and Elbow Guards challenge that assumption.