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Reviews

ODI F-1 Series Mountain Bike Grips

In an ongoing attempt to sway the bias a little away from drop bars, here’s something for the MTB crowd. Some adventures present terrain which is too technical for a gravel bike and...

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Passport Frequent Flyer seatpack

The Passport Frequent Flyer seatpack won’t break the bank and will keep all your essentials safely and securely tucked out of harms way under your saddle.  Stuffing your jersey...

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Featured, Reviews

Ortlieb Medium Seat Pack

Soft or Hard Core? I’m not going to get into the debate about what separates touring and bikepacking, but using soft luggage instead of racks & panniers would be a popular...

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Reviews, Top Tube Bags

Apidura Backcountry Top Tube Bag 0.5L

A bag for life? I have not had very good experiences with top tube bags in the past. They wobble and lurch, and rub my knees raw. I can see the point of them but honestly, I can do without...

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Aussie Grit Flint Thermal Gilet

Aussie Grit Apparel is a new brand on the scene, spearheaded by former Formula One driver and keen cyclist, Mark Weber. The clothing is designed for off-road cycling and it seems to be...

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Bikes, Reviews

All-City Macho Man

Unless you are an avid fan of Quality Bike Products (QBP) and are familiar with all their brands, chances are that you will never have heard of All-City.  Based in Minneapolis they are...

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Reviews

Apidura Expedition Tool Pack

This new saddle pack from Apidura will fit two road tubes or one MTB sized tube, plus a pair of tyre levers, a compact multi-tool, and a single CO2 cylinder. It continues the same styling...

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Galibier – Ardennes Winter Glove

The Ardennes Winter Glove from Galibier arrived a little too late for a proper winter test. Setting aside periods of extreme temperatures, when I could be found plugging away on a turbo...

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Bikes, Featured, Reviews

Surly Midnight Special – Modern Classic

If you’ve read our report on the Cambridge Porkpie 200 you’ll have an inkling of how this review is going to go! When given the option of choosing which bike to tackle the ride...

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Reviews

Specialized Trigger Pro 38c

The Specialized Trigger Pro 38c may be getting on a bit and it’s up against plenty of newer gravel and adventure tyres, both wider and lighter than the Big S’s first foray into...

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