Shimano has introduced both a new DEORE XT 4-piston Hydraulic Brake Caliper as well as a DEORE XT-level E-MTB specific crank arm set for the STePS E8000 motor. New DEORE XT 4-Piston Hydraulic Brake Caliper offers increased braking…
SENA X1 HELMETS Sena Technologies Inc., known for their great communications devices for motorcycle helmets, has just announced the new X1 bicycle helmet. It features a built-in microphone and speakers, allowing you to communicate…
Fox does it again!
Multi-purpose truck pad
Night riding with a clean look Night riding is one of the best experiences in mountain biking. Hitting the trail after hours with a group of buddies breeds a certain level of excitement that is tough to recreate…
New Truck Bed Rack Technology
Tools for the job
Wheels Are The #1 Upgrade
A Stylin Hi-Tech Lid
Like Roadie “Hoods” for Your MTB SQlab is a German company that designs products for the critical connection points between you and your bike. The company started with saddles that feature a semi-custom width programmed to…
Shimano DI2, The Way of The Future?
Stubborn tubeless tires beware Topeak has been making innovative bike tools and accessories since the early ’90s, and its JoeBlow pumps have the reputation of being some of the best pumps on the market. The latest creation…
Elbow Protection That's Worth The $$
20 Money Saving Tips
The Yoda of your toolbox A torque wrench is an absolute necessity for any professional mechanic and an excellent investment for any serious home mechanic. While many…
Stop Those Pesky Flats
Time to Shop
It’s Crazy Light Fly Racing is one of the largest distributors of motocross gear on the planet and has made some aggressive moves into the mountain bike world in the last couple years. This summer Fly invited us up to…
Bar height can make or break the ride
When Bears Attack!
Light as a feather and fast as lighting
Say goodbye to those squeals
Where the rubber meets the road
Shocks Built Into the Grips—Say What? Revolution Suspension grips are different from any others on the market, because they don’t even make contact with the handlebar. Wait; let’s back up. The grip collars…