I have been musing about land access and the "right to roam" enjoyed by outdoor users here in Scotland. This can be a thorny issue for all users and commercial operators in the countryside. However, this is only made worse by the common misconception that we have the right to roam when what we have…Read more Right to Roam?
This article was originally written and published on Singletracks.com Handlebars are perhaps the single most important point of contact on a bike. However, it can be easy to overlook this crucial element and its impact on bike fit, steering accuracy, and comfort on the bike. The first thing to realize is that mountain bike handlebar…Read more Everything You Didn’t Want to Know About Handlebars
In recent years bike geometry has become a big talking point among riders. Longer reach, slacker head-angle, steeper seat tube, longer wheel base and the perpetual argument about if chainstays should be growing or shrinking. These are but a few of the aspects that make-up a good balanced frame design. But the numbers tend to…Read more The Geometry Spectrum