Kask’s popular mid-range mainstay Mojito has been refreshed and re-named the Mojito X
We got to test the biggest and most expensive Garmin Edge device ever
Straight outta Colorado comes a titanium gravel grinding dream machine
The cycling GPS leviathans have given the much-loved Edge 520 a minor facelift and stuffed it with some new goodies
More high-quality goodness from premium active brand Aussie Grit
Premium trail and adventure wear from an F1 legend
Blackburn Designs put together a tidy seat pack system for the growing bikepacking segment
Lezyne's smallest Mega series computer packs a helluva lot into its small size and price
Lezyne have thrown down a big challenger to the rest of the GPS makers with the Mega XL
No faffing with arm warmers required. Get a long sleeve mid-weight jersey and enjoy the versatility.
Spoecialized’s Turbo Cottons are very expensive for good reason; they’re mega
Bombtrack’s top-end adventure MTB crams a lot into a damn good price
We’ve had our first opportunity to ride the lightning aboard Giant’s trail monster Full-E+ 1 Pro
How does Shimano’s lightest road shoe perform?
Modern Italian steel from a heritage brand
Italian style meets German optics
Is Garmin’s Varia UT800 smart light worth its high price?
An exceptional Italian frame from an exceptionally Italian brand
However you choose, or try, to pronounce it, Thule are one of the dominant forces in bike carrying equipment… we review the go to bike carrier, the ProRide 598.
Metier’s very fancy gilet takes the fight to weather and darkness
Sunscreen is a critical item that should not be overlooked. Most that I have tried have not been great... too sticky, too oily, too eye burningly toxic. But there's good news… Finde. Melbourne based and made for us riders.
SRAM’s blingy Eagle gets a more blue collar treatment
Specialized has re-vamped their market changing Power Saddle
Is the future wireless? We hope so.
The aluminium wizards at Cannondale have turned out a cracker of a bike with the CAAD12
Giant’s quest for cycling domination continues with a push into the bike GPS market.
I consider myself very lucky to have picked up my own Coretto...You simply can't compare a Baum purchase to buying an off-the-shelf bike.
We’re seeing a throw back toward classic looking kit. There’s a rush toward simple, classic colours. Clean lines and an overall timeless look.
You’re after a new set of wheels. clinchers, light, fast, reliable and with aluminium brake track. Should Shimano’s latest R9100 C24 clinchers be on your list?