Rubena Kratos and Scylla 29×2.25 Greyline Tyres Review

Rubena tyres hardly need an introduction, the Czech brand was favorably reviewed here on Bicycles Network Australia 18 months ago with the 26″ MTB tyres Kratos and Scylla knobblies enjoying a good slice of the action on various trails throughout New South Wales. The single compound tyres have proven to be tough and hard-wearing. In fact I still have them on my 26er cross-country hardtail that I occasionally use for commuting. They refuse to die. In the past few years half the mountain bike world has moved to 29′ers (and some to 27.5″) and I’ve been interested in trying Rubena’s […]

Review – Wiggle Nutrition Energy Gels and Hydration Tabs

Wiggle recently launched an in-house ‘sports energy’ range and haved bucked the trend by branding it Wiggle Nutrition rather than creating a new name; their […]

Challenge Accepted – New Sufferfest Elements of Style Video

If you already do indoor training, you have probably heard of Sufferfest and may even have some of their videos with titles such as “Hell […]

Review – Backtracker Radar Watches Your Back on the...

The Backtracker is an innovative cycling accessory which has an integrated radar and provides visual alerts for the bicyclist on the distance and speed of […]

Review – Ground Effect Flash Gordon Rain Shell Jacket

The cycling kit that I’ve been enjoying most this winter have both come from Ground Effect. One of these is the Flash Gordon rain shell […]

Review: TwoWheelCool Toe Cap for Cycling Shoes

As an alternative to cycling shoe booties, toe covers are convenient. Commonly made from neoprene, they help keep your toes and feet warm during cool […]

Review – Ri-Cycle brings style and comfort to urban...

River Island is a popular UK fashion retail chain with over 300 stores, and the power of internet shopping has created a strong international customer […]