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McGrath bikes, Innerleithen Iron….

I’ve seen a few home-baked bikes in my time, some that have been lauded and some that haven’t lasted, some that bent and some that braved the worst! It’s a fierce world out there and as such it’s a brave man who takes the welder by the neck and tacks that first tube junction together. […]

Sven Martin – Photographer Focus

DW: Who is Sven Martin? SVEN: A South African Mountain bike rider and photographer soon to be American living in Oregon but moving soon to Santa Cruz, Australia or New Zealand. Bikes, sun, mountains, forests and beaches all rate high in our (my wife Anka) lives. DW: What first inspired you to pick up the […]

K9 Angle Reducer Cups

Having fitted the K9 reducer cups my first impression was an increased feeling of confidence on the bike. My initial few runs felt a little awkward: the front wheel was further ahead than I was used to and I ran too high on a berm and caught stumps/rocks that I thought I was turning inside […]

Gore Ride-on cables. Worth it? Read on….

Ok, so perhaps daring to post a product review that has anything to do with the necessity for two cables on a bike will have the downhillers running for cover, but let’s face it, we are all using two rings on our Freeride and all mountain bikes these days aren’t we. Truth be told, I’d […]

Oakley Jawbone

The Jawbone is the latest in a long line of kickass cycling glasses from the big O, it’s got some big predecessors to live up to. Fortunately for the purposes of a good review I happen to have some of these big predecessors in my glasses drawer, in the shape of the legendary Pro M […]

Eurofighter 2009

After a winter away from the Alps it was a welcome return to the land where huge silhouettes are painted against the skyline- it is so easy to forget how impressive the mountains are as you approach from Geneva. The heart rate really does rise in anticipation- this is ‘proper’ mountain bike territory. I usually […] – Get fit for next season!

As another summer draws to a close and the racing calendar begins to thin out again, it is a good time to look back on how things have gone this year – health, riding and results. However, it is also a good time to look forward and not only think about specific training, but if […]

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