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Amplifi Knee Joint Pad review 

If your legs are on the skinnier side, the Amplifi Knee Joint pad could be perfect for you. It offers excellent protection, but remains comfortable when in the saddle all day.

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Essential MTB gear | July 2015

We’ve had a bunch of great kit through the door for review in the last couple of weeks – here’s some of the best and most essential MTB gear we’re testing right now – keep an eye out for full reviews coming soon…

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Madison Recon glasses review

This triple lens eyewear kit from Madison costs under £50 and comes with high quality Carl Zeiss lenses for zero distortion optical clarity and performance in a variety of different light.

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Fresh and Functional | MTB riding kit #2

MTB riding kit these days is more than just functional clothing – we’re stating to develop an identity. Some like subtle styling and others go bold and brash – there’s a bit here for most…

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7 Protection Covert knee pad review

Based around a compression fit four-way stretch sleeve, the Covert knee pad houses a unique pad layering system that can be easily removed and tuned to suit the level of protection you require.

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Review: Lazer Oasiz Helmet

The most important item in any riders kit is always a helmet, first and foremost as it can be the difference between walking away from a crash and being permanently off the bike or worse. […]

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Review|Bell Super Helmet

Designed to offer more protection, the Bell Super helmet is packed with features and is a great helmet to use for day to day riding.

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Smith Optics Helmet?

They did it in snow and now they’re going to do it in MTB… Smith Optics have an ‘AM’ specific MTB helmet on the way and while we’ll reserve judgement on the looks of this […]

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Review: Atlas Original Neck Brace

Neck protection in the form of a brace that prevents the head from moving in a potentially life threatening way, is no longer a new concept and one that has thankfully been widely accepted across […]

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Review: Royal Turbulence Gloves

When the temperature rises the requirements bestowed on the kit we wear rises too and this is just as prevalent with gloves as it is any other item in our riding wardrobe. The new Turbulence […]

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Review: Nema Player Carbon Helmet

Nema probably isn’t the the first brand that pops into your head when you think about top shelf carbon full face helmets, but preconceived notions aside, that’s exactly what they’ve done teaming up with Japanese […]

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Review: Leatt 3DF Knee Guards

Generally speaking, when things start to go wrong and the inevitable happens, it’s our knees that take one for the team and unlike other parts of the body that regularly take a beating, the damage […]

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