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  1. Review: Mio Velo wrist-based heart rate band

     The Mio Velo is not just a chest-strap replacement, it also acts as a bridge to ANT+...

    • Oct 14 2015 08:06
    • by Admin
  2. Review: CycleOps PowerSync Indoor Trainer

    The CycleOps PowerSync is an electronically controlled resistance trainer. It’s able to simulate...

    • Jul 28 2015 08:05
    • by Admin
  3. Review: Garmin fenix 3

    It’s not all just good looks too. The feature packed fenix 3 was a daunting prospect when I firs...

    • Jul 27 2015 12:38
    • by Admin
  4. Review: Mio Cyclo 505 HC GPS computer

    As far as premium GPS bike computers go, consumers are spoilt for choice. With a recommended ret...

  5. Review: Borealis Yampa fat bike

    First Impression The Borealis Yampa arrived in two large bike boxes, one for the frame and compo...

    • Dec 09 2014 10:19
    • by Nick
  6. Review: Merida One-Forty 1-B

    The Frame Mountain bike geometry has changed dramatically over the last couple of years. Advance...

  7. Long term review: Five Ten Impact Low

    The Impact Low features what Five Ten coins an action leather upper, mesh venting in the sides...

  8. Review: 2014 Trek Superfly FS 9

    Frame The Superfly is by no means short on technology. It features Trek’s Active Braking Pivot (...

  9. First ride: Mercer Bikes - Hungry Monkey

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9E4sXz0AIKw&The production frame will feature routing for a d...

    • Nov 20 2014 09:56
    • by Nick
  10. First ride: Yeti SB95C

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BA7oodZsGF4&The Yeti SB95C comes in various build options. Th...

    • Nov 20 2014 09:57
    • by Nick
  11. First ride: 2015 Giant Trance 2

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0KhGjzreo3M&

  12. First ride: Haibike HardSeven SL pedal assist e-bike

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-RXckaaH18E

  13. Review: Thule Crossover 32L backpack

    While not explicitly marketed as such, I had this backpack marked as a do-it-all commute...

    • Oct 20 2014 01:15
    • by Nick
  14. Review: Extreme 2K and Extreme 1200 bike lights

    Based in Stellenbosch and having been active on the site for a good few years Extreme Lights are...

    • Sep 22 2014 10:13
    • by Admin
  15. Review: FUNN Fatboy 35 handlebar and Stryge stem

    Initial impressions: FUNN Fatboy 35mm My riding preference is already wide handlebars, so I was...

    • Sep 23 2014 10:20
    • by Nick
  16. Review: Onza Canis 29 x 2.25 Tyres

     Meet the Onza Canis which I’ve been testing out over a good few rides. The Canis is somewh...

    • Feb 26 2016 10:21
    • by Admin
  17. Review: Backtracker

     The Backtracker is touted as a device that monitors traffic approaching from behind a cycl...

    • Sep 15 2017 09:39
    • by Nick
  18. User Review: SRAM Guide RSC brakes and Centerline Rotor

    Inadvertently, I've become a dedicated SRAM fan, from my first bike using Avid Juicy 5s, Avi...

  19. Review: Bontrager Rhythm Elite gloves

    The Rhythm Elites are Bontrager's higher end full protection glove, coined as a 'technic...

  20. Review: Helmet shootout: Part 2 - Bontrager Lithos, Giro Xar, Fox Flux

    As mentioned in Part 1 , I decided to split the shootout in two parts. The first had a focus on...

  21. Review: One Industries Zero gloves

    The One Industries Zero gloves are constructed out of a synthetic leather for the palm, a light-...

  22. Review: Spank Spike pedals

    The Spike design incorporates a total of 20 pins (10 per side) of which 16 are hex pins that thr...

  23. Review: Helmet shootout Part 1 - Bell Super, POC Trabec Race, 661 EVO AM

    After much searching I found 6 helmets that suited the bill. I decided that – because they loose...

  24. Review: Fox Attack Q4 Shorts

    The Attack Q4 shorts are Fox's trail/all mountain offering and come in two pieces: the outer...

  25. Review: Lezyne Port-a Shop Tool Kit

    The A5-sized carrying case, which measures L22cm x W15cm x D5cm when zipped close, is made from...