Adidas Horizor Sunglasses Review

Adidas is a name not often associated with the world of mountain biking, but the apparel giant has begun to make inroads into the realm of two-wheeled sports by way of their Adidas Sport Eyewear brand. Adidas Sport Eyewear provided me with their Horizor sunglasses just in time for the Pacific Northwest’s characteristic cloud cover …

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Primal Sky Hoodie Review

For years, Primal has stuck to creating the core clothing needs of the cyclist — the jersey and the bibs (or shorts for those who aren’t keen on the shoulder straps). Recently they’ve made a push to expand their clothing line to attire that’s worn both on and off the saddle. The Sky is a lightweight …

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Primal HT.A Passport Jersey Review

Primal continues its rebranding push with its new line of gear, HT.A, short for Happy Trails Apparel, which begs the question, “Will I ride happily on trails while wearing this apparel?” I decided to get this newest offering from Primal covered in dirt to see if their claims of joy-filled riding ring true. Initial Impressions …

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Mazama Koosah Hydration Pack Review

Selecting the proper pack for a given ride can be a delicate process, with the rider entering the great pre-ride debate of opting for the too-small pack and forgoing some items or dealing with a flappy pack filled with mostly dead air. On the smaller end of the backpack size continuum is the Koosah from Mazama …

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Tepui Tents Expedition Series Duffel and Tool Case Review

Though the act of cycling itself is a fairly pure and simple exercise, mountain bikers tend to find themselves owning a fair amount of gear to support the habit. A typical trip to the trailhead will have riders piling their riding accoutrements into their car with the hope that everything that’s needed for for the session …

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