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Reviews

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2007 Cycleworks Demo Day: Dave’s review

Poor start to the year health wise and hence fitness almost totally absent but with an eye on a new full susser I headed for the hills.

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Magura Menja review

It’s not often that people take the trouble to review Magura products, being seen as a general ‘workhorse’ brand rather than part of the bling brigade. Bikemagic though have just posted a review of the 2007 Magura Menja forks and very good they seem too. Considering they’re available in a wide range of colours and travel options, maybe it’s time … Read the rest…

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Whyte E5 XT review

In the market for a new bike, Matt tries out the 2007 Whyte E5 XT and reviews it here.

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SDG Bel Air Ti review

Dave’s review of the SDG Bel Air Ti saddle in fetching cowhide, with a picture.

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Endura Humvee review

What are Endura Humvee shorts really like and what do you get for your money?

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Missed Opportunity

Most of you will think I am nuts but I bought some Rock Shox Recon 351 to go on the Mount Vision instead of the Floats.

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2006 Cycleworks Demo Day review – Whyte E5, Marin AL7

Better late than never, here is my impressions of the bikes I rode at the Cycleworks Demo Day, 26/3/06. I took 3 bikes out, the Whyte E5, Marin Quake AL7 and finally the Whyte 19.

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Whyte 46 review

An in depth review of the Whyte 46, the bike that arguably started the whole long travel, All Mountain thing.

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On-one Mary bars review

The Mary bars look odd, but what are they really like? Well, Dave likes them.

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There’s something about Mary

Mary has a funny sort fo sweep about her.

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Downs Link Ride

I’ve done the London to Brighton a couple of times and I will do it again but the Downs Link ride looked interesting as it was mainly off road and a less plum numbing 33 miles (the blurb says 31 but my speedo said 33 and the GPS was nearer 33 than 31!!).