The Brisbane Outdoor Gear Papermunkey is an Australian made messenger bag. Jonathan Ip is no stranger to messenger bags and tests the Papermunkey.
Can cheap mean quality? The Australian Reid Cycles brand is a new player and Shaun Thompson puts the Aquila commuting bike under scrutiny.
The Ortlieb Vario is a versatile daypack built with attention to detail and converts in 30 seconds to a pannier bag.
Bright colours, silicon and fun. Definitely Knog. Though security is a serious topic – and they havn’t forgotten that either.
The GP1 BioKork grip is one of the newest grips from Ergon that is not only good for the rider – it is good for the planet.
If you are cool, you can stay cool when on your bike with a Nutcase Helmet on your noggin. Chad Pedrotti approves… and gives us the low down.
The concept of the electric assist bike is somewhat new and unfamiliar to Australia, however sales in Europe and Asia have boomed over the past few years; one in eight bicycles sold in Holland are e-bikes.
The Vanmoof is the reinvented Dutch Bicycle. Martin Hartley takes the Vanmoof through its paces to see if this new urban bicycle is the future of travel in Australia.
Belt drives are not mainstream… yet. The Fixie Inc. Peacemaker was my weapon of choice for my first Belt Drive ride.
The hard-shell beanie helmets are merging across from snow sports to cycling – plus feature a handy magnetic latch.
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