Category Archives: Reviews

pryme

Pryme Trailhands Thrash Test

It’s safe to say there aren’t too many awful products for sale in the MTB industry. Quality varies from good to bad but different items cater to different needs and…

REVIEW : ROYAL RACING’S A ROYAL REVIEW- SIGNATURE SHORT, STAGE JERSEY, STAGE JACKET, AND QUANTUM GLOVES

ENDURO GEAR WHAT’S THAT With the advent of a new mountain bike discipline called Enduro racing, which is comprised of stages, gear companies are now on the push to design…

trek fuel

2013 Trek Fuel EX7 Review by Jerry Landrum

Long time reader Jerry Landrum had asked us if he could submit a Guest Review of his 2013 Trek Fuel EX7, below you’ll get a chance to read all his…

tubeless ready

Genuine Innovations Tubeless Ready Kit: Review

Not too long ago I posted a photo of the new Genuine Innovations Tubeless Ready Kit that we received for testing. Since I’m a huge fan of Ghetto Tubeless, this…

Happy Valentines Day. For get the flowers, get her Carbon!

If you’re lucky like me you’ve got a wife who is into riding. For the most part Lady P nerds out on bikes just as much as I do. But…

We’ve got a Fatty for you!

Actually this Fatty isn’t what you’re thinking, it’s the On-One Fatty available at PlanetX. Ghost Rider, our Managing Editor on our sister site, BikeCommuters.com is putting this Fatty through the…

Nashbar Bee’s Knees Review

While the rest of the country freezes their butt off, So Cal mountain bikers are enjoying quite a warm winter. Warm winter=more riding! To up the winter fun factor, I’ve…

Beer Review: Samuel Adams Winter Favorites

We used to do beer reviews a while back by beer connoisseurs, well they are gone now so you are stuck with me. Every year around the holiday season I…

Black Tiger Jerky Review

In this review we’ll be talking about some delicious products from Black Tiger Jerky. If you recall, they sponsored our Interbike 2013 coverage. During that time, the kind folks of…

Nashbar’s Bee’s Knees first impression

When my buddy RL asked me if I wanted to do a review of a 650b Singlespeed rigid mountain bike I quickly jumped at the opportunity. Singlespeed bikes have always…