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NEW BIKE HELMET: SCOTT ARGO PLUS

Argo Plus is designed to be a lightweight trail helmet that has modern features that help a rider climb and descend with confidence. This latest update in a mountain bike helmet from Scott has extended coverage and an integrated MIPS® Brain Protection System for rotational impacts. Its newly optimized ventilation is also said to keep you cool even especially on those steep climbs! Notably, there is also a “sunglasses garage” at the back of the helmet that will store your sunglasses securely and comfortably. We will also note that this lightweight, feature-packed helmet has some style!

Product Launch and Review: WTB CZR I30 Wheels

WTB CZR WHEELS (press release) You may recall the set of WTB CZR i30’s that we had built up custom to Chris King hubs. (see review here) Now, WTB is offering their carbon CZR’s rims completely built-up.  The CZR gravel and mountain options utilize WTB’s unique Solid Strip, which is a durable nylon strip that […]

New Fizik Downhill and Enduro Shoes

(press release) fizik fully commit to the MTB market announcing Gravita – a range of MTB shoes developed to better blend protection and performance for downhill and enduro riders. A team of industry-leading experts, engineers, and top DH athletes have spent months designing, refining, and real-world testing to come up with not one, but two Gravity-riding models—the […]

MOBIUS X8 Wrist Brace

Mobius Braces continues to redefine wrist protection with the X8 Wrist Brace, now offered in the new Storm Grey color. Using the same revolutionary Continuous Cable Routing System (CCRS) seen in the X8 Knee Brace, this brace has been specifically designed to progressively resist hyper extension as well as excessive lateral and medial bending of […]

Product Peek: Dainese Hybrid Pads

Straight from the product booths of Crankworx, Dainese has realeased a new line of hybrid pads. But, they didn’t stop there. Dainese will soon be offering a hydration pack that has back protection built into it. Details below this wonderfully muddy photo…as pads should be. First up, Dainese’s Hybrid Pads. We’re pretty amped to hit […]