Review – The ByK 620R, an Aussie designed bike...

Travel down any suburban street leading up to a hard rubbish night and you’ll see dozens of kids bikes sitting on the kerb, waiting for the garbage man or the scrappers to pick them up and take them away. Frankly, that’s all they’re good for, unless you want to attach a chain to them and use them to stop your boat drifting away. Good bikes for kids are hard to come by, especially when you’re at the budget end of the market, but that doesn’t mean they can’t be found. Australian company ByK are trying to prove it with their […]

Michelin Pro 4 Grip Service Course – Video Review

How great is commuting by bike? Rain, hail or shine; many of us need to get to work and depending on your office location, driving […]

Review – New Fly6 and the Fly12 sneak peek

The Fly6 has captured the hearts of cyclists across the globe and has produced some incredible on-bike video footage over the past year. Rather than just […]

Cell Akuna 1.1 – The Long Term Review

I really licked this bike. No, that wasn’t a typo. Like a kid who doesn’t want to share his ice cream with this siblings, I […]

Review – Wiggle Nutrition Energy Drink

After discovering the benefits of better quality energy drinks and gels back in 2010 while training for the Back Yamma Big Foot mountain bike race, I’ve […]

Quick Look Bicycle Review – Santos Trekking Lite

Dutch bicycle manufacturer Santos has landed in Australia, launching its unique range of commuter, touring and mountain bikes. This is not Santos, as in the […]

Review – Gaadi bicycle inner tubes, the new revolution

Have you ever changed a flat tyre on a heavy Dutch bike with an internally geared hub? What about an e-bike with a hub motor? […]