Reviews

    Norco Speed Metal Team

    Canadian bicycle company Norco are one of the worlds largest bicycle manufacturers. In Australia they are really stirring up the cycling market,…

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    Answer Mag forks

    Answer BMX have been the leader in high tech BMX racing forks for as long as I can remember. Their huge range…

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    Sun Ringle Super Stock 2.0 wheel set

    Sun Ringle have been making wheels for over 50 years, and most of their manufacturing is still done in America, so you…

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    Tektro BX20 Brakes

    The BX20 BMX specific linear pull brakes are one of the latest editions to the Tektro BMX line. The BX20 feature all…

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    Sun Ringle’s Zu Zu Pedals

    USA based manufacturer Sun Ringle have been producing high quality BMX parts for many years now. Many of the worlds best BMXers…

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    PS: Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX

    When I was offered the opportunity to review the much anticipated, Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX video game, I naturally jumped at it….

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    Answer Impact Gloves

    Simply put the Answer Impact glove is a very slick looking light weight glove. Although it is marketed for the Mountain Bike…

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    Pazzaz Pedals

    The keyword here is ‘inexpensive’. While other companies try to out do each other with the biggest, the best and the newest…

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    Answer Stylus Jersey

    The Answer Stylus jersey has all new styling and graphics for the Y2K range. It’s made in the USA from 100% polyester…

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    ATi Schwartz Grips

    The ATI Schwartz grip is a simple looking but functional grip, used by three of today’s top pros, Greg Romero, Randy Stumpfhauser,…

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    Dia-compe Dirt Harrys

    Dia-Compe have been around since the early days of BMX, Old schoolers might remember the legendary MX-1000 calipers, with the quick release…

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    TLD Padset

    Troy Lee Designs, have been a leader in design for many years, their reputation only grew with their product range. In the…

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    ATi Jackson Grips

    The ATi Jackson grip is one slick looking grip, either in it’s packaging or on your “beastie” of choice. The installation process…

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    ODI Rogue Dual-Ply Grips

    ODI boasts that the Rogue Dual Ply grip is “America’s Most Popular BMX Grip”. I’m not sure how true that is, but…

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    Pazzaz SP-964 Seatpost

    There isn’t a great deal you can write about an ordinary seat post, but the Pazzaz MX-261 far from ordinary. Sure at…

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    Pazzaz MX-261 Stem

    The Pazzaz MX-261 looks like one stiff mother of a stem, and it is, it’s crafted from CNC’d 6061 Aluminium. The simple…

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    Powerlite Handlebars

    The name Powerlite is not new to BMX racing, and it’s no secret that Powerlite is made by the international cycling giant…

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    Answer M8 Helmet

    It takes only two words to describe the Answer M8 helmet, ‘slick’ and ‘light’. With some of the worlds best riders can…

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    Tektro Quartz brakes

    The Tektro Quartz brakes are the newest in Tektro’s line of BMX brakes. I have been told they were built from the…

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    SE Quadangle

    Since I first layed eyes on the SE Quadangle in early 1998 I wanted to take one for a spin, actually I…

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    Norco Monocoque

    Nothing excited me more than the ability to race test a frame that not only is made by one of the world’s…

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