Review Canadian clothing innovators have used their new WTV fabric in their Seton vest to create a super versatile core comfort booster
News We chat to the original mountain bike hype beast, who says his Morelle e-bikes will be lighter, faster to charge and easier to own
Review Rotwild’s new downcountry e-bike is super stealthy, amazingly light and blisteringly quick, but is it right for you and your riding?
Review Playful pop, easy speed and excellent spec for price are the core values of Canyon’s new affordable alloy Neuron 6 all rounder
Feature After waving it under our noses on pro bikes for over a year, SRAM finally did the big official reveal on their new Eagle Transmission. We've already detailed our initial impressions, but have since seen tons of other questions online so I figured an FAQ might be a useful way to spend this Wednesday’s words
News SRAM launches three new mountain bike 'transmissions' featuring a new hangerless derailleur, simplified AXS shifter, and some striking cassette and cranks
Review SRAM's T-Type groupsets rewrite the rules on how your gears fit to your frame and moved drivetrain performance benchmarks dramatically in the process. It's upgrade extinction for older frames though
Review Does Peaty’s Products fanciest lube deliver on it’s super clean, super smooth but easy to use promise?
Review Fustle’s lockdown project is designed to unlock every sort of riding by pushing gravel right into the XC MTB space.
Opinion On the eve of the Absa Cape Epic – the biggest mountain bike stage race in the world – Guy Kesteven wonders if the type two fun of XC racing is the equivalent to every cowboy/cowgirl/cowperson’s favorite musical genre?
Review Can this entry level mountain bike shoe from Evans Cycles compete with more established brands?
Review Carnac’s Grit shoe gets dialed closure at a price where most rivals are strap only, but how does it ride? Guy Kesteven went a globetrotting test spree to find out
Opinion Guy Kesteven has been testing a ton of short travel trail/long travel XC bikes recently and loving how much speed, control and excitement the best ones deliver. They don’t always make good on their promises though, so why is this the most awkward category to get right?
Opinion Our free range tech ed is in Italy right now, riding a bunch of stuff he can’t talk about just yet at the Bike Connection press event. There’s some really interesting general themes going on at the show though, so we’re now going live to Tuscany for some rigatone-fueled ruminations...
Review Are GripGrab’s reinforced waterproof oversocks tough enough for life off-road? Guy Kesteven has been putting them to the test over winter
Opinion While most of the Bike Perfect crew were feasting on the latest tech at the Core Bike Show this week. Our free range Tech editor Guy Kesteven skived his duties to go and ride a new MTB bikepacking route through Snowdonia instead. But that got him thinking about the two equally enjoyable sides of MTB...
Sick of fighting with saddle rail wrap straps or want a dropper post friendly saddle pack? Ortlieb’s Seat-Pack QR might be just what you’re looking for
Review Ortlieb’s Quick Rack is a fantastic way to add pannier capability to your bike almost instantly – as long as you’re not using big 29er tires
Review Canyon’s flagship XC race hardtail frame is exceptionally light but how does the complete bike ride?
Review Altura has underlined its new Adventure range with this lightweight merino mix base layer and it’s loaded with nice details at a great price
Opinion Accidents are an accepted part of mountain biking, but accidental success has also played a big part in some key developments we now take for granted. Guy Kesteven tells the stories of a few happy incidents that changed our world and created some of our most famous brands