OK, so for a change I thought I’d share some thoughts on our new 2018 Dual Suspension Merida One Forty hire bikes. It’s fair to say we have been really really pleased with them. Great value, and an awesome ride. Some standouts (particularly at this price point, of around $2.5K) are the deore brakes, 1×11
OK, baggy bike shorts rule. No, we are not lycra clad roadies, we are muddy dirty mountain bikers. Comfortable shorts are the go. Yes, if you are an XC whippet racing in the world champs, feel free to wear lycra knicks, but if you are a regular mountain biker baggies make a lot more sense.
Well, it’s fair to say that Deborah and I have been major fans of Camelbaks for over 12 years. We first started using them in the States when we did a winter season in Colorado, and have got into the habit of using hydration packs ever since. Over the years we have tried other brands
OK, it’s fair to say I have had a love/hate relationship with the Scott Genius, ever since I had one of the original versions back in back in 2004, when a 120mm travel bike was considered ‘All-Mountain’, before the term had really been invented! At the time I never was really happy with the