You might shout to get hikers out of the way or just blast right past them. But there’s also a politer way, a way that the next time he sees a mountain biker, he doesn’t poke a stick in your front wheel. I’m checking out six compact bells in a price range up to 15 euro’s and subject them to several tests, including loudness, impact and ease of use. So, let’s first take a look at the contenders.
Lezyne Digital Alloy Drive Review: Modernizing a Classic November 26th, 2017 | Written by Jeffrey | MTB.guide
A high-volume pump that comes with a digital pressure gauge is rarely seen on mini pumps. The Lezyne Digital Alloy Drive should be a quick, accurate and portable pump for those inconvenient moments during your mountain bike rides. Making sure that you continue your ride in no time with optimum tire pressures. With the classic Lezyne Alloy Drive as base for this digital version, the bar is set high.
EVOC FR Enduro Team review November 15th, 2016 | Written by Jeffrey | MTB.guide
Trails get more technical and the need for protection increases accordingly without wanting to compromise on comfort. For a whole day on the trails you’ll need a variation of protection, tools and small parts stored in a good storage solution. Evoc offers for enduro riding the FR Enduro backpack with integrated back protector and we’re looking here specifically at FR Enduro Team model.
Camelbak Podium Chill review July 7th, 2016 | Written by Jeffrey | MTB.guide
Having a cool drink during summer is something that you can achieve with ice, but insulated bottles keep your drink cool for longer. Camelbak Podium Chill claims to keep your drink cool twice as long as a regular bottle, but can it deliver and how much cooler is your drink?