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Tested – Kenda Hellkat Pro 27.5×2.4 Tires

Unleash the beast Kenda makes a lot of tires, covering automobiles to bicycles, with countless hours in research and design. Tires like the Nevegal and Small Block Eights developed cult followings among riders and are still seen on…
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Review – Garmin Edge 1030 GPS Computer

No reason to get lost anymore GPS units have become quite popular over the years, especially for backcountry riding and bikepacking. Garmin has been at the forefront of GPS technology and offers several different options for riders,…
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EXUSTAR E-PM825 PEDALS

An affordable set of pedals Exustar is one of the largest pedal companies on the planet, with offerings for everyone from dedicated riders to weekend spinners. We have tested a few of Exustar’s clipless pedals over the years with…
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Tested – Tioga Undercover Stratum Saddle

Just like sitting on a web  Tioga decided to reinvent the saddle by ditching tradition and coming up with a unique style. It’s likely you’ve seen one of Tioga’s ultra-lightweight Spyder saddles, which feature zero padding and a flexible…
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Review – HT Nano AN14A Pedals

Designed for the world’s best riders HT Components was created in 2005; however, its roots go much deeper than that. HT’s parent company began manufacturing bicycle spokes and nipples in 1954 and began manufacturing pedals in 1962.…
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Review – Vee Mission XC Tires

Better than you think Vee Rubber Group was founded in 1977 as a manufacturer of car and motorcycle tires. In 2013 Vee Tire Company was created with a focus specifically on bicycle tires. The bicycle tire market is competitive with…
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Tested – RockShox Reverb Remote

Ergonomic and simple Dropper posts are a must-have for any trail rider looking for more confidence riding technical trails. The RockShox Reverb has been delivering that confidence for years, and now even offers options with over 6…
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Tested – SRAM Eagle GX

Making 12-speed more affordable It’s no secret that SRAM has been pushing hard to eliminate front derailleurs since the release of its Eagle XX1 last spring. This year SRAM made another hard push with the launch of a more…
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Tested – OneUp EDC Tool System

Always prepared, always ready OneUp Components is a small team of passionate mountain bikers who planted roots in Squamish, British Columbia. The three original founders and former Race Face engineers quit their stable 9-to-5 jobs in…
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