Featuring a long sleeve that extends well above the knee, D3O protection technology and a hook and loop calf strap, we were excited to see how the Race Face Indy Knee pad would hold up.
We put this crankset under a rider who logs some hundreds of miles and thousands of feet of elevation gain a month to see how it would hold up longterm.
Both the Stash Quick Rip 1.5L and the Stash 3L Hip Bag are simple at first glance, but there's a lot going on under the stealth black exteriors.
Race Face is offering an ultra-durable package for those wanting to run Shimano 12-speed drivetrains.
From the groms to the tailgates, Race Face has everyone covered for 2020.
The Stash Quick Rip isn’t the best pack for every ride, but it’s certainly a pack ideal for the majority of them.
The new Race Face T2 Tailgate Pad allows for a more custom fit, accommodates a backup camera, and provides extra protection for your stanchions.
We put the latest version of Race Face's lightweight carbon cranks to the test.
The latest iteration sticks with the standard Cinch system interface, pedal insert, and US-sourced carbon.
With Aeffect R, Race Face has taken a crankset and a dropper post I've previously enjoyed, made them better while keeping them planted in the min-maxed category.
This is a no nonsense jacket, made for riding bikes and for nothing else.