Hip packs for mountain biking from Camelbak, Dakine, Evoc, North St., and Weevil are tested and reviewed.
Terrene’s McFly plus tire is available for both 27.5+ and 29+ wheels and in two different casing weights. It’s burly enough for technical descending, yet fast-rolling enough for long days in the saddle.
The SPANK Industries Oozy Trail 760 Vibrocore bar damps vibration significantly better than standard aluminum bars… but is it better than carbon? And how do the price and weight stack up? Chris gives us the full breakdown in this mountain bike gear review.
The new Cannondale Jekyll features a revamped suspension design, a new Fox Gemini shock (no more DYAD pull shock), and an updated build kit.
The Interstate 5 corridor as it runs through the state of Washington passes within minutes of 5 of the best mountain bike trail systems anywhere. From Galbraith to Tiger mountains, these trails are loamy, rowdy, and some of the best singletrack in the nation.
The Bontrager Line Elite 30 mountain bike wheels proved to be durable, stiff, and offer very fast hub engagement–all at a very reasonable price.
The IMBA Jacket from Showers Pass is impermeable to precipitation from the outside, but it can get a little clammy on the inside. This 2.5-layer rain jacket provides a great blend of features and solid durability at a reasonable price.
The Willamette National Forest is home to hundreds of miles of incredible mountain bike trails, with many of them near the town of Oakridge. Here are 10 of the very best including the McKenzie River Trail, Alpine Trail, and more!
G-Form’s new Elite knee pads offer more coverage and better body mapping, providing better protection overall.
G-Form’s Elite Elbow pads provide protection for mountain bikers at the molecular level, thanks to Reactive Protective Technology.