H+I Adventures released a video about giving back to the trails they use in Scotland, so Pete sat down for a chat with their lead guide Chris Gibbs.
Pete chats to Cotic’s main man Cy Turner about how their ‘Love It or Your Money Back’ scheme wasn’t too far away before the world went mad.
Being stuck indoors can lead to some massive screen time, so offset that with the best of the magazines still running in print to keep you occupied.
Touting easy servicing and that you don’t need to remove the post from the frame to service it, this could be the next big thing.
Pete sat down for a chat with Leatt’s Scott Macfarlane to talk about how their shoe range came into being.
The base model clip shoe in the four-model range from Leatt, the Leatt DBX 4.0 Clip Shoe prioritises comfort.
One of the UK’s most experienced guides, having guided all over the UK for decades, was MBR’s main man for routes for 19 years and is currently representing mountain biking on the Welsh Government’s Access Reform Advisory Group.
Burlier than a Tallboy, but less travel than a Megatower, is the 2020 Santa Cruz Hightower the ultimate all-mountain bike?
This trail-orientated bike is positioned as the big sister to the Pique XC range and the little sister to the Hail enduro range.
Ben has been testing the most recent casing offered by tyre giants Maxxis in the form of the EXO+ casing on the Assegai, Rekon and Minion treads.
Ben tested Endura’s MT500 Spray Trouser to see if they can stand up to the wettest British winter in years.
The Ragley Bigwig is a 4130 CroMO steel tubed, 140mm travel, 29″ wheel hardtail with aggressive geometry and a no-frills spec.
These are both genuinely very good bits of kit at a great price.
The ‘big travel trail bike’ personality makes for a very fun, confidence-inspiring all-rounder for the UK.
Ben has been riding the combination of the new Deity Components Skywire bar, Copperhead stem and Knuckleduster grips all winter to find out if the price tag is reflected by its on-trail performance.
Orange Bikes released a Hazzard Racing Edition of their Alpine 6 and Switch bikes, and we had a chat with Joe Barnes about getting the bikes out there.
Three decades ago, a small workshop in Grand Rapids, Michigan, started turning out its first products under the name Nukeproof.
Ben has been testing the Kona Process 134 DL 27.5 through the winter to see if top spec can give the smaller wheeled, shorter travel Process the same fizz.
The Pipedream Moxie is an British-designed aggressive hardtail and the brand have now launched a frame builder with some special pre-order offers.
We’ve taken a peek into the looking glass and bring you what we think will be old news by the time 2021 rolls around.