I began this season with a pair of beloved Shimano XTs I’ve been riding (trashing) for the past 12 months. These pedals have been subjected to approximately one gazillion days of riding, so I decided it was time they retired.
Very Important Foreword! There is an awesome Camelbak discount code in this post!! Read on for it… Back in November 2013, what used to be known as the Canadian Cartel, our very own Canadian a private sale site selling adventure sports equipment and clothing at 40-70% off retail to members only, has now partnered up […]
by Jaclyn Delacroix First Impression & Specs After riding a Rocky Mountain Element MSL for nearly two seasons I had the opportunity in September 2012 to convert to the new 29er variation of the Element. I transferred across all of my components (sans wheels and fork) from my 26” Element. The first thing I noticed […]
by Maiken Hansen My old bike pack was smelly. Not from neglect or lack of suds but from overuse. When I heard about the Pro Deal Deuter is offering to MuddBunnies Ride Leads and Sweeps I made the commitment and purchased the bag based on the good faith of Internet reviews. Lucky for me, Deuter is a […]
The Cypress Flannel shirt is made from 170 gram, 100% woven quick dry polyester, has snap buttons and is made to ride and hang out in. At $75 Canadian retail, it’s a riding staple steal. Product you are testing: Dakine Cypress Flannel Tech Shirt aka my new favorite shirt (will be known as MNFS from […]