The Brisbane Outdoor Gear Papermunkey is an Australian made messenger bag. Jonathan Ip is no stranger to messenger bags and tests the Papermunkey.
EuroOptics offer a range of cycling sunglasses to suit different requirements and performance levels, RC reviews the Burst glasses.
Pistard is a new Italian cycle wear brand and they are combining performance and style for the urban and road and track cyclist. Christopher Jones reviews the stylish windproof jacket from Pistard.
Can cheap mean quality? The Australian Reid Cycles brand is a new player and Shaun Thompson puts the Aquila commuting bike under scrutiny.
QSTARZ is brand new to the shores of Australia and Danny Beveridge takes the GPS bike computer Q2100 through it’s paces.
The Ortlieb Vario is a versatile daypack built with attention to detail and converts in 30 seconds to a pannier bag.
Shaving or waxing your legs is routine for many serious cyclists. Rowena tests the E-One which brings professional IPL hair removal to your home.
Elite water bottles cages featuring the Aussie flag for the UCI World Road Championships in Melbourne / Geelong.
The popular Contour 1080p HD camera is soon available with GPS function that maps your position, speed and altitude together with video.
Steel? Singlespeed? a 29er? Belt drive as well. John Hawkins takes a look at the Spot Rocker to see if it is the future of Mountain Biking.
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