Gear

Hot on the heels of the Scorpion range, Pirelli have upgraded their rubber for e-MTBs.

American brand Twofish have been specialising in bike accessories since 1993. Justin Walker recently put their Quick Cage to the test.

Forks for older bikes are an increasing rarity as Dr. Michael Hanslip found out when he set about restoring his beloved hardtail.

Michelin's trusty Wild Enduro tyres are put to the test in some muddy conditions.

German brand Ergon are all about rider comfort. With that in mind Ben Sykes got his hands on the SM Comp saddle to find out if they really do make a difference to your ride.

Granite are experts in bike maintenance and are back with an ingenious little tool that sits right in your head tube.

The Fizik X2 Terra, true to its off-road roots.

Born across the ditch but taking off this side, Ground Effect have quite the reputation. Justin Walker got his hands on two common items to put them under the microscope.

It’s the biggest flat pedal on the market, but how does it fare in Australian conditions?

This slick offering from Italian brand Marzocchi took Justin Walker back further than he’d care to admit.

Subscibe to MBA and you could be decking out your bike with brand-new, top quality Marzocchi Z2 Forks and front and rear Race Face Turbine R Wheels.

A can of CO2 and sealant is a great concept on paper, but how does it go on the side of the trail?

Located in Sydney, the Roof Rack Store is committed to providing every mountain biker with efficient transport solutions.

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Unless you live within striking distance of a trail, transporting your bike is a must. Ben Sykes discovered Aussie brand Shingleback along with a new rack that could be a gamechanger.

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