Biking

Feedback Sports Pro-Elite
David Tucker
Unless this was the winter you decided to fat-bike more, it’s probably been a few months since you took your steed for a gallop. Do yourself a favor: before returning to the trail, give ‘er a tune up. Read more >>
Smith Rover, Smith Route
the editors
Smith helmet reviews for spring.  Read more >>
RockyMounts TomaHawk Review
Tucker, David
If you’re like me and you drive a small car but love to ride, then you’ve probably been faced with the dilemma of what to do with your bike when it’s time to load the car. Read more >>
Fall Biking, Bozeman, Fall Biking Gear
the editors
Fall bike gear. Read more >>
Dakine slayer elbow pad
Tucker, David
Rocks are hard and bikes go fast, so in order to protect my boney knees and elbows, I got a set of Slayer Pads from Dakine. Now when I’m bombing down from Mystic Lake, I don’t have to worry as much about careering off the Wall of Death. Read more >>
Intense Uzzi
Peterson, Simon
Taking freeride mountain biking back to the future, Intense has re-introduced the Uzzi with vamped-up components and a 27.5-inch wheelbase that adds to its outstanding versatility. Read more >>
Women's Biking Apparel, Bozeman Mountain Biking, Bozeman Pedal Project
Mangels, Angie
Women's biking apparel. Read more >>
Tucker, David
Just because temps are dropping and snow is on its way doesn’t mean you have to stop riding your bike. It just means you need some protection from the elements. Read more >>
Mountain Biking, Chestnut Mountain, Bozeman
Mangels, Angie
Bike reviews for all-mountain riders. Read more >>
Cycl WingLights
Mike England
Spring’s here and it’s time to ride—which means it’s also time to worry about getting flattened by an F-350. Fret less with CYCL’s WingLights, a cool innovation for cyclists that offers visibility for drivers and peace of mind for you. Read more >>
The Dog Outdoors WalkingDog Plus
Angie Mangels
Sometimes, you need to get your dog exercised quickly and across town safely by bike. The WalkyDog Plus bike leash is an ingenious yet simple product that gives you hands-free control while riding. Read more >>
Leatt Airflex MTB Pads
Peterson, Simon
The Leatt Airflex knee and elbow bike pads are lightweight and low profile making them a great option for all types of mountain-bike rides. I hardly notice them in the pack on the ascent and they are comfortable and cool on the downhill, which is why they never leave the pack. Read more >>
Pearl Izumi Journey Short
Tucker, David
The days of Lycra are numbered… at least when it comes to riding bikes on dirt. Nowadays the options for technical apparel that isn’t skin-tight are plentiful and varied—but being a less-is-more kind of guy, I’ve opted for the Journey Short from Pearl Izumi. Read more >>
Smith Optics Forefront Helmet
Tucker, David
Your ride is only as good as the gear that gets you from A to B. Here's a rundown of the season's best. Read more >>
Pearl iZumi Summit Glove Review
Brayton, Lea
If you’re looking for lightweight protection on the singletrack this summer, the Summit Glove by Pearl iZumi is a good option. It’s relatively breathable and the polyester-and-rubber construction keeps bulk down but utility high. Read more >>
Garcia, Corinne
Short of letting them ride on my shoulders or directly on the handlebars, I’ve tried just about every method of toting a child by bicycle. For my wee ones and me, front riders are where it’s at. Read more >>
Mangels, Angie
After switching to platform pedals, I realized that I had to find out what Five Ten Baron shoes were all about. These super-sticky-soled kicks are an alternative to clipless pedals—once you set your foot down on a pedal, it doesn’t move (until you move your feet yourself). Read more >>
England, Mike
Nothing’s more fundamental to bike commuting than a good light. Sure, you can sling a headlamp on your skull and call it good; but for more stability, safety, and a MaxBright LED that slashes darkness like a wizard’s staff, check out the Princeton Tec Push. Read more >>
England, Mike
Montana weather is nothing if not mercurial, and even at the peak of a hot, dry summer, you’re bound to get caught in the occasional afternoon thundershower. To keep your valuables dry, pick up a Vancouver Messenger Bag by Pacific Outdoor Equipment. Read more >>
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