MTB Gear Reviews
Flashy kits, trendy packs, and more. Don’t get caught under-accessorized.
The Airframe goggle is open, breathable and offers unmatched vision.
Hip pack, bum bag, waist pack – call it what you want, this awesome little accessory is becoming increasingly popular amongst mountain bikers – and we're big fans too.
In the words of Ned Flanders, it feels like you're wearing nothing at all!
For riders who sweat a lot or wish mountain bike helmets provided more ventilation, the lightweight Caipi half shell from Kask was designed with max airflow in mind.
The Elevate Knee Guards are a mid-weight pad designed for trail and enduro style riding.
The Piko R4 has the highest power-to-weight ratio of any light we've tested, and some nifty tech inside to boot.
Mountain bike full face helmets are now lighter and safer than ever, and we've tested nine of the best to help you figure out which one might be right for you.
We examine three multi-tools, a unique cassette remover tool and some tried and true tire levers.
Our picks for the top gear haulers for long and short rides.
The Stash Quick Rip isn’t the best pack for every ride, but it’s certainly a pack ideal for the majority of them.
While managing to look less techy, TLD still managed to keep the materials nice and well…techy.
The Giant Rail SX MIPS is a well-designed, straightforward helmet with goggle-friendly features and a good spot to put lights and cameras.
The new Race Face T2 Tailgate Pad allows for a more custom fit, accommodates a backup camera, and provides extra protection for your stanchions.
The Norwegian company gears up for for Summer with two new products.
Blackburn has a more thoughtful way to approach the packless lifestyle.
Thule introduces its take on the platform-style hitch rack popularized by 1Up, a simple but secure system that holds precious two-wheeled cargo tightly.
A mid-sized bag for plus-sized rides.
Chromag expands its apparel range with two new gloves.
We have been riding their high-performance DH shoe, the TNT, for the last few months and are excited to share our feedback on them so far.
Thule's new rack has a sleek aluminum finish and fits 26" to 29" wheels with up to 3” wide tires.