Review Reid SSCX Single Speed Cyclo Cross Bike

If you visit Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth or Adelaide, you stand a good chance of spotting a Reid bike somewhere in these cities. The Australian company can still be described as a new-comer to the market, but they have expanded swiftly and are now selling in Europe and the USA as well. Reid’s strategy is simple, putting people on a budget, on bikes. With their new CXSS bike, they’re now putting them on cyclocross bikes. Cyclocross is an increasingly popular cycling segment that has evolved beyond its European steeple chase and circuit racing origins to encompass gravel grinding, an extension of road cycling that […]

Review – Latest Quad Lock Bike Mount for your...

The latest evolution of the Quad Lock is a convenient mount and protective case for your iPhone 6/6s which you can use both on and off […]

Review – KASK Vertigo 2.0 Road Cycling Helmet

Competitive racing has propelled KASK helmets into the limelight in Australia. The newest trends and styles from pro-cycling are filtering faster and more effectively to […]

The Lekker Amsterdam – it’s not your normal Dutch...

When I think of Dutch bikes I think utilitarian, plain, heavy, slow, retro. While there’s nothing wrong with that list of characteristics, what if you […]

[VIDEO] SRAM eTap Electronic Shifting – Wireless and Easy

SRAM first announced eTap, their long anticipated electronic groupset,  in August 2015. In the meantime you may have already spotted the eTap on the bikes […]

Peugeot Road Bike Renaissance – RSR01 Ultegra Di2 Peugeot...

Peugeot Cycles have returned to Australia; you can already get their e-bikes at stores across the country and their road bikes look likely to join […]

Knog launch the world’s sexiest bike bell – Oi!

I see it, and I want it. The elegant bicycle bell delivers a contrast with its ocker name Oi! Australian company knog already has a reputation for changing […]