Egel Review


When it comes to MTB or practically any other high endurance activity in rough, outdoor terrain, there are a variety of products that can enhance your energy. I’ve tried quite a few different products such as Gus, Power Gels, Shot Blocks. My favorite products for training and ultramarathons tend to be more towards actual foods,

OtterBox Cooler Review

Otterbox Cooler

When embarking on MTB day trips, having supplies is important. A cooler can come in handy to keep water and other drinks cold, we well as some food items if need be. Of all the cooler brands, OtterBox is certainly one of the most innovative. What makes the OtterBox such a great cooler? The OtterBox

Chrome shoes

Chrome Shoes

When you are riding your mountain bike, having some accessories that conform to your performance and the environment are crucial. In 2007, Chrome released its first pair of shoes, the Chrome Milo. This was an expansion beyond their acclaimed bags, and both the brand’s shoes and bags have become quintessential necessities for MTB. So what

V2 Megawatt Review

V2 Megawatt

Sometimes supplementation can be a great alternative to riding when you feel run down or exhausted. But finding the right formula of powdered supplements can be difficult in such a crowded field. With this in mind, what exactly is V2 Megawatt? You can experience next-level workouts with the powerful formula in MegaWatt V2. This powdered

Cadence Capsules Review

Cadence Capsules

During an MTB ride or daily adventure, packing light is always an attractive prospect. It can get to the point where even backpacks can become a bit much to carry. With this in mind, Cadence creates products for the modern mover. Currently selling their magnetic capsules made out of recycled plastic and designed for on

Bike Helmet Lifespan: When Should You Replace a Dropped Bike Helmet?

Lots of times I’ve been wondering if I ruined the safety of my helmet by accidentally dropping or hitting it with something. Spending time checking for cracks used to waste a lot of my time. After all, new helmets aren’t that cheap. With that said, wondering if I should replace a helmet all the time