Category: Bike

REVIEW: Allen Sports Atocha Folding Bike

Functionality  ★★★★ There are three key questions when judging the functionality of a folding bike: how much does it weight, how small does it pack down to, and is it easily ridable? Weighing in at just 29 lbs, the Atocha isn’t the most radical lightweight...

Brand Spotlight: NAAWK Suncare Products

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Review: Mission Workshop Sanction Rucksack

Functionality ★★★★★ I’ve been looking for a decent bike bag for a while. I wanted something that would keep my stuff dry but I also wanted it to be comfortable and I didn’t want it too look like a bindle made out...

Review: TSG Dawn Flex Helmet

Functionality ★★★★★ The Dawn Flex Helmet from TSG is not your ordinary helmet. Unlike most helmets which come pre-molded from the factory, the Dawn Flex uses what TSG calls “FlexTech,” which makes the outer shell flexible so it forms to...

Review: Cotopaxi Luzon Backpack

The Luzon 18L Daypack is as unique as the adventures you can take it on. The designers at Cotopaxi decided that, like snowflakes or fingerprints, no two bags should look the same. So rather than letting a robot decide what...

Review: Ryders Caliber Sunglasses

Functionality ★★★★ When I first put on the Ryders Caliber sunglasses, I immediately noticed how bright they made everything. The lenses are advertised as brown but when you put them on, they tint your world in a shade of yellow which...

Review: Showers Pass Rogue Hoodie

Functionality: ★★★★★ The Rogue Hoodie is the ideal outer layer for the spring and fall months. The three-layer waterproof softshell Artex material means that this jacket will keep you nice and dry, while still being flexible enough to move around in,...

Review: A Classic Brain Bucket From Pro-Tec

Functionality★★★★★ If you’re looking for a helmet that has been extensively tested and one that you can trust, look no further. The Pro-Tec Classic FullCut has been being put through its paces for the last 40 years. The FullCut was...

Review: Tifosi Podium

Functionality ★★★★★ Tifosi is known for their innovative lens technology and the Podium does an incredible job of showing them off. The Podium doesn’t have much to distract from the lenses because they’re so simple. Tifosi made it possible to...

Review: Hiplok Lite

Functionality ★★★★★ As a cyclist, I worry every time I leave my bike somewhere because I don’t want to have to carry a heavy, clunky bike lock when I ride. The good people at Hiplok have made it easy and convenient...

Review: Leatt Knee Brace C-Frame

Functionality ★★★★★ I’m going to be honest, when I first put the Leatt Knee Brace on, I hated it. It would fall down my leg and was uncomfortable. I thought about my Leatt neck brace and how customizable it is, I...

Review: DZR Cove

Review: DZR Cove

Functionality ★★★★★ The DZR Cove is an incredible shoe. It not only SPD compatible, but it also doesn’t look like you’re wearing clown shoes if you ride to the store or coffee shop. They are extremely comfortable and you would never guess just from...

Review: Kali Aazis Knee Guard

  Functionality ★★★★ The Kali Aazis is a surprisingly light weight and comfortable knee guard. They are very breathable and once you start riding, you barely even notice them. These particular knee guards are geared more toward the dirt jumping crowd...

Review: Rickshaw Zero Messenger Bag

Functionality ★★★★ The Zero Messenger Bag from Rickshaw is an extremely customizable bag. Everything from the color of the logo to the dividers and pockets inside the bag can be changed according to your personal preference. On top of colors, Rickshaw has...

Review: Ogio Commuter Backpack

Functionality ★★★★ The Ogio Commuter Backpack is a great little pack to use for…you guessed it, commuting. I’ve been using the Commuter as my everyday commuting pack for about three weeks now and I don’t have any complaints at all. I’ve...