Tepui Kukenam Sky Rooftop Tent Review

When adventure takes you far away from the homestead in search of the finest of singletrack, it can be nice to know that you have a place to stay. Unfortunately, the aforementioned “finest of singletrack” is typically far from budget hotels, and if you aren’t game to shell out $150+ a night on a room and want …

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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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