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ASSOS’ Trail Collection

I’ve had so many messages about the lovely kit I was wearing whilst bikepacking in California so I thought it was about time I shared some more details with you. My longterm sponsors ASSOS recently released a their new Trail […]

Review: Thule Roundtrip Pro XT Bike Bag

Thule have been manufacturing bike accessories for quite some time now and their brand has always been synonymous with quality. So when they asked if I wanted to try out their new bike bag I was enthusiastic. You can tell you’re […]

Review: Chrome Niko F-Stop Camera Bag

There’s a whole lot I like about Chrome Industries products. Their products are aesthetically pleasing, they work with people I like such as Kelli Samuelson, they’re rooted in messenger culture without being exploitative or getting it all wrong and their […]

Review: Lost Lanes West

We all have favourite routes that we go back to time and time again. There’s so much to be said for familiarity, dependable cafes and hills in all the places you expect (and none of the places you don’t). However, […]

Checkout: ASSOS women’s Bonka jacket

My longterm sponsors ASSOS have a reputation for making cycling clothing of the absolute highest quality so whenever they release a new product it’s exciting for consumers. And of course, it’s double good for me as I get to add […]

Review: 2XU Compression Tights

Compression garments, once the preserve of Nannas and the hospitalised are now frequently seen on athletic individuals looking for performance gains through various different methods of usage. I first came across them when I noticed several of my marathon running […]

Review: Specialized Power Pro Saddle

Saddles come in so many shapes and sizes yet finding ‘the one’ can be a lengthy (and expensive) business. Over the years, I reckon I’ve tried somewhere in the region of twenty-five different seats on my various bicycles and in […]

New Bikes To Ride From Liv Cycling

Hello readers! Sorry I haven’t posted an update in a while, I’ve been super busy dashing all over the country and trying to juggle all the different aspects of my career. Thanks for bearing with me. My intention as I […]

Review: Herbalife Protein Powders and Bars

As I’ve mentioned before in numerous posts, I get through a fair amount of sports nutrition products, mainly because I train hard and they’re convenient to take on rides. It’s also because they last a long time, so I can have […]

Garmin Forerunner 735XT watch review

Newly released this year, the Garmin Forerunner 735XT watch packs a whole heap of functions into an attractive package. The watch is squarely aimed at Triathletes and though I’m not one and have no pressing plans to try one, I […]

Review: Oakley EVZero sunglasses

Oakley’s newest sports sunglasses, the EVZero are the company’s lightest yet and ideal for both running and cycling.   Available in two shapes – the Path and larger Range lenses, the glasses do away with a frame altogether to shave […]