Product Tests Category

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Product testing: Mavic Crossmax Hyrdopak 8....

Oct 01, 2014Comments off98 Views

Sleek, feature-packed, enduro hydration

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Product testing: CDI Torque Products TorqCo...

Sep 30, 2014Comments off208 Views

Think of it as hardware insurance

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Sneak Peek Inside Product Testing

Sep 27, 2014Comments off349 Views

Ever wonder how we go about reviewing bikes and gear? Get a sneak peek into how the wrecking crew at Mountain Bike Action Magazine goes

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Brake Testing: SRAM Guide RSC Brakes

Sep 22, 2014Comments off214 Views

SRAM catches a new brake SRAM introduced the all-new Guide line of brakes earlier this year, and we have to say, we were surprised. After

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Product Test: Shimano S-Works XC Shoes

Sep 19, 2014Comments off193 Views

Cross-country shoes for the trail rider The S-Works XC shoe is built to meet the demands of Specialized’s most elite cross-country racers. It’s the shoe

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Fork Comparison: Manitou Dorado and Mattoc ...

Aug 28, 2014Comments off221 Views

  Manitou Products was founded over 20 years ago with the goal of producing technically advanced suspension components. While the company has been through a

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Go Tubeless: Genuine Innovations Tubeless R...

Aug 27, 2014Comments off253 Views

  Riders who own a set of tubeless-ready (or conventional) tires, but are still running tubes, are missing out on some fun. The advantage of

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Handlebar Rise: The Science Of Picking The ...

Aug 25, 2014Comments off532 Views

Bike fitting is a science to some, an art to others, and a fashion statement to many. That said, however, there are some serious benefits

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Product Test: Mavic Crossmax Pedals

Aug 20, 2014Comments off233 Views

  Mavic wheels have long been the standard by which other bicycle wheels, both road and mountain, are measured. The French company has been building

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A New Standard: The Lazer Rox Helmet

Aug 15, 2014Comments off213 Views

  It is always tough to evaluate helmets, because ultimately it is a personal decision. No two heads are the same, so one rider’s perfect