Archive of ‘Reviews’ category

Juliana Strega – First Ride

  The latest addition to the Juliana lineup is the Strega, a burly bike with 170mm of travel and a namesake that translates to “witch” in Italian. While witch may be an odd choice of name given the fact that this is a women’s bike, the story behind the name sheds light on how the […] Read more…

Sombrio Drift Short and Burst Jersey – Review

Founded in 1998, Sombrio has deep roots in the mountain biking world. Formed in the late eighties, and born during the early freeride movement, the Canadian brand pioneered kit unlike anything else available at that time. Their freeride core is still evident today and despite the sale of the brand back in 2014, Sombrio stayed true […] Read more…

Trail 42: Tech Tshirt Review

Trail 42 are a company based near the Forest of Dean. Owned by Ruth and Richard Hallett, they started Trail 42 as a way of providing mountain bikers with high quality, ethically sourced clothing. After not being able to find kit they liked, the pair decided to design their own, and Trail 42 was born.  […] Read more…

Review: Bike Slip-a

Bike Slip-a: The slip-a that covers wet and dirty wheels. I first discovered slip-a products at this years London Bike Show in January. As someone who keeps bikes inside, and doesn’t want mud all over the house I thought this was a brilliant idea. Slip-a designs also have a range of other products, visit their […] Read more…

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