The NF Heavyweight Pants are the Canadian brand’s take on a cold / wet weather mountain bike pant, and they go about things rather differently from a lot of other options out there — with excellent results.
Knee pads are probably the most commonly worn bit of mountain bike protection (after helmets) and we've been testing 16 different at a wide range of styles, weights, and levels of protection. Check out our roundup to find the best ones for you.
Flannels — they’re basically the unofficial uniform of fall, and for good reason. Cozy enough to lounge in at home, and (usually) nice-looking enough for town. Check out our roundup for a bunch of options for women and men.
Dakine's newest Agent knee pad is reportedly for "those who earn their airtime.” But are these best for those who like to pedal all day, folks who are primarily focused on rough descents, or people who do both? Check out our review.
These days "mountain bike shorts" can be a lot of things, from highly-technical pieces with fancy fabrics and bike-specific fits to more casual options that look good on or off the bike. We’ve been testing 10 options across the whole spectrum, and you can check out our latest roundup here.
Fox’s Speedframe Pro is a high-end, broad-coverage Trail / Enduro helmet with a 5-star safety rating from Virginia Tech. And given its solid coverage, it's also been very impressive in terms of ventilation for hot rides. Check out our full review for more, including several comparisons to its competition.
In our new monthly series with the remarkably descriptive title, “Stuff We Like,” our reviewers share a broad range of products they’re currently using — and really liking — from small accessories to the clothes they’re lounging around in, to just about anything and everything else.
It’s not hard to spend several hundred dollars on a mountain bike helmet, but should you? And what do you give up, in opting for a less-expensive option? We’ve been doing some head-to-head testing of Giro’s moderately-priced Source and high-end Manifest Spherical helmets to find out, and you can now read our full review to see how they compare.
Need a new pair of shorts for long trail rides, gravity-fueled days, or that'll work for a bit of everything? Check out seven of the women's MTB shorts our reviewers have been testing the past two seasons.
We've rounded up 11 men's mtb jerseys that our reviewers have been using for the past 1-2 seasons — many of which are currently on sale. Check out our roundup to see how they compare, and which ones might work well for how and where you ride.
Whether you use one for every ride or just for those extra-long days in the saddle, a good chamois can make your time on the bike much more enjoyable. We’ve rounded up 9 women’s and men’s options we’ve been using — from thin liners, to ones that can work as standalone shorts.
We've rounded up 13 of the women's MTB jerseys we've been using, all of which are designed for hot summer rides and many of which work well off the bike. Check out our roundup to see how they compare and which ones might work well for you.
Wild Rye is a women’s-specific apparel company that’s designing pieces that stand out not only in terms of style, but also performance. Check out our review of their Freel Shorts, Marion Chammy, and Sandia Shirt.
Maloja aims to make high-performance outdoor apparel without the monotonous styling that we typically see from other brands. We spent 3 months testing some of their MTB apparel to see how they performed, and here you can check out our full review.