Best GoPro for mountain biking

Best GoPro for Mountain Biking

Riding through the rough mountain terrain is fun, but it will be more exciting to have clear video recordings of all your biking adventures. With the best GoPro for mountain biking, you can capture all your moves when cycling downhill, or dirt jumping. However, of all the GoPro camera models, I recommend the as it delivers smooth footage when biking …

best goggles for triathletes

Best Goggles for Triathletes

As a triathlete, you will need to wear swim goggles to have a clear vision underwater and to protect your eyes from irritants. I have tested several models, but no one guarantees comfort and clearer view when swimming than the . It is one of the best goggles for triathletes that offers a friendly fit strap system and UV protection …

Best MTB Elbow Pads 2018

Best MTB Elbow Pads

Take a quick look at the best mtb elbow pads 2020, the . This version of the Launch series is the most protective and still offers astounding maneuverability. The pads are breathable and lightweight, keeping you at your best throughout the ride. There is little more exciting than taking a mountain bike downhill at blistering speeds. Of course, there is …

best mtb grips

Best MTB Grips

In the infancy of mountain biking, a simple was the standard. The often slipped on the bars, got torn, and would get slippery when wet.  So much has changed in the decades that have followed, with hundreds of grips to choose from. We will review and list some of the best MTB grips on the market. It is quite crazy …

Best Toddler Bike Helmet

What makes for the best toddler bike helmet?  There are a few criteria, such as weight, adjustability and comfort/fit.  Some of which have to be experienced first hand. One of the first mistakes made in buying a helmet in the youth or toddler category is trying to buy for the future.  Too big of a helmet will not protect properly, …

best mountain bike tires

Best Mountain Bike Tires

The subject of best mountain bike tires is of huge debate. Ask any of your friends and you will absolutely get different answers.  Part of the reason is that everyone is different and their comfort levels are guided by their confidence in their equipment. But the main reason is that geographically our riding areas differ, making for different tire choices. …