WH Worrall's have picked up a new agency in the way of Gore (as in Gore Tex) gear cables. Gore made these in the past but they have been absent from the scene since 2003 but for 2009/10 they are back and from all the web reviews I've read they are the smoothest shifting cables ever. Period. Our test sets just arrived and we'll be riding them over the next few months for a future review. You can read more about them here. Although we have figured out that the standard low friction kit doesn't come with enough housing for both front and rear cables if you're running full housing on a full suspension bike. But there is a long set that will have ample housing.
We test the Bontrager Rally MIPS helmet, a newcomer to the trail lid market, at a down to earth price.
The Zerode Taniwha has been causing quite a stir since it's release, Adam swings his leg over and finds out why.
Multi-day rides, bike packing and riding in remote areas are all booming in popularity but are you prepared enough to be in the wilds?
Kona bikes have just dropped the new Operator, a 27.5 DH sled developed by Connor Fearon and Graham Agassiz...looks mint!
Less travel with slacker head angles. Is this the future?
Specialized unveil their all new Enduro....and it's pretty special...