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.
When it comes to biking knee pads, you’re usually stuck choosing between very protective, bulky pads, or less protective, more pedal-friendly options. But the Leatt 3DF 6.0 combines elements from both those categories, so what’s the end result?
Devinci’s Trail bikes have historically occupied a versatile middle ground — pretty good on the up, and pretty good on the down. So does the most recent iteration of the Devinci Spartan continue this trend?
The new Ibis Ripmo is supposed to occupy the middle ground between Ibis’s more uphill-oriented Ripley LS and their more downhill-oriented Mojo HD4. So does it really hit that middle ground? And where does it fall in the spectrum of Trail bikes?
Updated forks and shocks are often cases of evolution rather than revolution. But the new Rockshox Lyrik RC2 provides very discernible improvements over prior iterations, and you don’t need to be a world-cup-level racer to appreciate them.
Our reviewer calls the Pivot Firebird 29 the “Firechicken,” because it’s a long-travel 29er that descends like it’s on fire, and has a speed limit that’s primarily defined by how chicken you are. Check out our full review.
When it comes to bike racks, you’re often choosing between expensive options that are secure, or inexpensive options that are unreliable and unstable. But the Kuat Transfer aims to change that. Check out our review.