Category: Components

The Solstice Backpack

The Solstice is the new womens specific backpack from CamelBak new MTB low rider range. It’s designed to move your load down towards your waist. This change gives you a lower centre of gravity and a wider range of movements so essentially it should…

Bluegrass Brave Helmet

Safe, Secure & Stylish  Safety is key with the Bluegrass Brave helmet. The design and construction of this helmet has been carefully developed to ensure optimum protection for your head. The  Brave helmet has the capability to withstand double the impact of most helmets this…

Lupo MET Helmet Review

I’ve spent the last month trying out the new trail helmet from MET. The Lupo helmet is new to the MET/Bluegrass trail range for 2016. The helmet is claimed to be the perfect balance between aggressive styling, ventilation and comfort. The helmet weighs in at only…

Dude What Are Those Gloves

These ION Dude gloves dropped through our letter box recently so we thought we had better give them a try. The gloves aren’t female specific but I didn’t find that to be a problem. Made with a mixture of light and durable materials the…

Reverse Components Escape Pedals – Review

Reverse Components Escape Pedals – Review Over the last few weeks I have been riding around on Reverse Component Escape Pedals read down to see what I thought of them. Reverse Bike Components are the sister company of bike brand Solid. But if I am…

Amplifi Atlas 18 Review

  Amplifi have really come up trump with this backpack! The Atlas 18 should be called the illusion bag! Its looks so small and compact from the outside however inside there is an ample amount of room for you to fit all your gear…

Spank Spike Pedal Review

Spank Spike Pedals – Review A good set of flat pedals is definitely top of my list when it comes to required gear! I have never ridden clipped and with how clumsy I am it’s probably best for everyone that it stays that way….