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Relive lets you watch your rides from above
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In an age where every ride must be logged and shared on Strava, there’s a new app that lets you show off your route from above — and you don’t even need to own a drone! Relive is a free third-party Strava plugin that uses GPS data and satellite imaging to retrace a rider’s route, […]

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The October edition of MBUK is out now
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Summer may officially be over but that doesn’t mean it’s time to get out the mud tyres and put away any jerseys with the slightest hint of white just yet. The shortest day is a long time off, the trails are still dry-ish and there are plenty more good times to come! Best mountain bike: […]

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The LVL Hydration Monitor will let you know when you're dehydrated
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From the same company that brought us the Insight Lactate Threshold Muscle Oxygen monitor, BSX Athletics has again turned to Kickstarter to bring the LVL Hydration Monitor to life. Currently live on Kickstarter, the LVL is a wearable that among other things claims to offer live updates on your current hydration. BSXinsight XC2 Cycling Edition […]

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Study finds helmets reduce the risk of head injury by 70%
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A study conducted by statisticians from the University of New South Wales has concluded that bicycle helmets reduce the risk of head injury by 70 percent. Do I need to wear an Australian standards helmet? Best bike helmets: a buyer’s guide to help you find what’s right for you Presented in Finland this week at […]

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Ellsworth Rogue Sixty first ride review
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2016 sees Ellsworth celebrate 25 years of making mountain bikes, and its new carbon Rogue Sixty is as about as modern as it gets with a long, low and slack geometry, 27.5in wheels and 160mm of travel on both ends. Santa Cruz Hightower C S AM 27+ review Intense ACV first ride review YT Capra […]

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Horse for the Course: Nukeproof Mega AM 275 vs. 290 for the Megavalanche
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The Megavalanche is one of the few mountain bike races where you need luck, skill, fitness and confidence in equal measure. Conquering the snow and ice, rocks and roots and torturous climbs that pave the way takes a special type of person and machine. Finding a bike that climbs as well as it descends is […]

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Make the most of your bike training time
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Want to use your time on the bike as efficiently as possible? Sure, simply riding your bike will improve your fitness and handling skills, but when time is precious and scarce you want to make the most of it. If you want to really improve, these training techniques will make sure you get a decent […]

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Best sports bras for cycling
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A good sports bra can make all the difference to comfort and performance. Get it right, and you feel great, but the wrong bra can lead to discomfort, tenderness and pain. With so many bras out there to choose from, it’s hard to know where to start. BikeRadar is here to help, with some key […]

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Sombrio Prodigy gloves review
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Vancouver, BC-based Sombrio has been focused on developing some of the most stylish and functional mountain bike clothing since the 80s. Can those two traits coalesce with durability? Sombrio Prodigy glove features DuPont Kevlar thread construction throughout Ax Suede stretch and recovery chamude palm Silicone breaking fingers for improved modulation Terry moss thumb panel Pull […]

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10 of the best cycling movies about roadies
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If you’re anything like us, when we’re not riding bikes, fixing bikes or generally thinking about bikes we can probably be found watching movies about bikes. 2016 bikes of the WorldTour – gallery Have we reached peak riding video edit? With a plethora of movies about cycling, both documentaries and Hollywood blockbusters, there’s plenty to […]

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Best road bike clothing
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You don’t need a lycra-filled wardrobe to be able to enjoy riding a road bike, but a few cycling-specific garments will make spending time in the saddle more comfortable. And who knows, they may even help you go faster. Best road bikes under £2,000 Best women’s road bike: a guide to help you get the […]

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Kask Optics launches new glasses, adds colours and sizes too
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Kask Optics, the offshoot of Kask helmets, has finally debuted its new range of glasses and like Kask’s helmets the glasses are 100 percent Italian made. Kask Protone helmet review KASK Rex helmet review Kask sunglasses, ice vests and other bonzer gear from Tour Down Under The frames have a unique flip-in arm design, which […]

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