As winter takes hold, the days get shorter, the temperature drops and you lose motivation. Here’s a list of must-haves to keep you on the bike through winter.
If you’re in the market for a light, little chain breaker to live in your toolkit this is a great option!
It’s no secret that as you ride, you warm up. Often we will layer up a little too much only to be sweating it out towards the end of a long winter ride.
Maybe newspaper or Alfoil is the answer?
I had been eyeing off a Rocky Mountain Slayer for a while, but in the end I decided to go with the Rocky Mountain Altitude, with 160mm front and 150mm rear travel it’s definitely got the travel to have a lot of fun! The final build weight of the Altitude came in at 13.2kg with tubeless setup.
If you want a bike wash and after spray that will leave your bike looking spotless and one million dollars then KRUSH Premium Bike Wash & After-Spray are an absolute must.
The quality and effectiveness are second to none as well as offering great value for money in an Australian made product.
Whether riding in wet, muddy or bone-dry conditions, KRUSH will meet all your bike cleaning needs, and like they say, a clean bike a fast bike.
G’day I am Toby Greenwood, I am a 15‐year‐old Mountain Biker from Atherton, Australia. I first got into riding bikes when mum and dad got me a strider bike when I was around 3 years old.
Pushys sponsored athlete, Alice Culling, shares her tips for successfully juggling schooling and competitive sports.
We often replace things like worn out tubes or footwear, but since helmets rarely show signs of wear, it’s easy to forget that they also need replacing regularly.
Janine Jungfels discusses protein and the question, what optimises muscle adaptation pre- vs. post-exercise protein ingestion?
Here’s why I use the All Mountain Style Frame Guards, and why you need them!