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Find all the mountain bikes and gear we reviewed in January in one place.
Rocky Mountain Slayer
The latest Rocky Mountain Slayer is “big and brawny, but still apt to have fun kicking off rocks, and jumps, and through tight, notchy trails.” Learn more.
Yakima HoldUp EVO Hitch Rack
This bike rack won’t touch your fork, but it will open your beer bottle. Learn more.
PRO Koryak Adjustable Seatpost
The PRO Koryak is easy to install and is solid on the trail. Save 50% off the 31.6mm diameter/120mm travel version. Learn more.
Leatt Chest Protector 3.5
Simple protection that’s easy to use and stays fairly cool. Learn more.
Sage Powerline Titanium 29er
This versatile hardtail comes in classic, durable titanium. Learn more.
e*thirteen All-Terrain Gen3 29
“For gravity riders who want a tough tire that will roll through the roughest beatings puncture-free, these are a solid option.” Learn more.
Cane Creek Helm 29 Boost Fork
The Helm offers 100-160mm adjustable suspension travel. Learn more.
OneUp Components V2 Dropper Post
The OneUp V2 dropper features a short length to maximize travel on smaller frames. Learn more.
Troy Lee Designs A2 MIPS Decoy
Snag the Aqua color and save more than $70 off this top performing helmet. Learn more.
EVOC CP Photo Pack
This pack holds all the pro photo gear you can carry on the trail. Learn more.
SealSkinz Waterproof Heated Glove
Wave goodbye to cold, wet hands this winter. Learn more.
Teravail Honcho 29
This durable tire offers consistent handling in a variety of conditions. Learn more.
Bontrager Rally MIPS
One of the safest mountain bike helmets in a recent study at Virginia Tech. Learn more.
Orange Mud Endurance Pack 2.0
This minimal and lightweight hydration pack carries water and snacks without weighing you down. Learn more.
Thule VeloSpace XT3 Bike Rack
For European mountain bikers, this hitch rack should keep you rolling throughout the EU. Learn more.