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Exposure Race MK10

Exposure was the first company to produce properly powerful all-in-one can lights and its range now covers six helmet/bar lights and five dedicated bar lights, of which the Race is the smallest and cheapest. While it might seem pricey for a 1300 lumen light, it’s the vast array of very clever features packed into it […]

Cinelli Bootleg Hoy Hoy

The Hoy Hoy is a hybrid by any other name. Our guess is that Cinelli wanted to hide the fact that this is ‘just’ a hybrid by giving it such an absurd moniker. Twice. We doubt that Sir Chris Hoy is receiving royalties for the multiple uses of his surname, either. As with the Cinelli […]

Best entry-level road bikes shootout

This is an incredibly competitive area for the big brands – sub-£1,000 bikes ($1,500 / AU$2,100) fall within the UK’s Cycle to Work scheme, and define most people’s road cycling introduction. Related: Top 5 road bikes of 2016 The good news is that – with a few exceptions – there are brilliant bikes on offer. […]

Best Cyber Monday bike deals

Welcome to the BikeRadar Cyber Monday deals homepage, where we will collect all of the best Cyber Monday deals for cyclists in 2015. There’s bound to be big discounts on bikes, wheels, groupsets, components, accessories, clothing and lots more – and this is the best place to find them all. Related: The best Black Friday […]

Saris Bike Porter Trunk 3 car rack

This compact-folding rack is quick and easy to install, as it comes virtually assembled. Just adjust it to the right angle and strap the hooks onto the back end of your car. The straps need to be done up extra tight though, because the narrow, three-pointed body has little inherent stability. Even with maximum elbow […]

Trek Stache 9 – long-term

‘Plus-sized’ mountain bikes are just barely breaking ground but Trek is already bucking the emerging trend with its new Stache 9 hardtail, slapping 3in-wide tyres on 29in wheels instead of the smaller 27.5in ones. Cast aside your images of a slow and cumbersome machine though – the wheels and tyres may be huge but the […]

Steve Peat shows us his winter training loop

Time is a precious commodity for world downhill champion Steve Peat. It’s a good thing he has such great riding right on his doorstep There’s a book lying conspicuously on the sturdy oak table in Steve Peat’s farmhouse kitchen. It’s titled Getting Things Done: …Continue reading » Source: MBR