Category: Bike Accessories

Bike Accessory Reviews

Hit the road with confidence! Our website offers comprehensive reviews of essential bike accessories to elevate your cycling experience. Whether you’re a casual rider or a cycling enthusiast, we analyze a wide range of accessories including lights for nighttime visibility, secure locks for peace of mind, efficient pumps to keep you rolling, and multi-tools to handle on-the-go repairs. Our reviews consider factors like functionality, durability, value, and ease of use, helping you find the perfect products to enhance your safety, comfort, and performance on every ride. So ditch the generic gear and explore our reviews – it’s time to unlock the full potential of your cycling adventures!

OTTOLOCK Hexband Review

OTTOLOCK Hexband Review

Ok, let me throw the disclaimers out there first and foremost. The Ottolock Hexband is not a substitute for a heavy duty chain or U-Lock. It is however, a very strong and durable lightweight...

SILCA T-Ratchet and Ti-Torque Kit Cycling Multi-Tool Review

SILCA T-Ratchet and Ti-Torque Kit Cycling Multi-Tool Review

The SILCA T-Ratchet and Ti-Torque Kit is an elegant and effective solution to most of your on the road/trail adjustment needs. It is an incredibly well-made, versatile tool that can be used in a variety of ways to fit your situation. The Ti-Torque allows precise measurement of tightening force so that you don’t damage any of your expensive carbon components and it covers the Nm range of 99% of bike adjustments you’d make on a ride. SILCA built this thing to last and the included case gives you a great indication of its premium quality. At $98, the T-Ratchet and Ti-Torque Kit is a serious investment for a tool, but considering the thousands it can save you on a cracked bike frame, it’s well worth the price. Find out more at silca.cc.

Bontrager Flare R Taillight Review

Bontrager Flare R Taillight Review

  With more and more cyclist involved accidents (and fatalities) occurring every year, safety should be a top priority on every cyclists mind. Here in Denver, it doesn’t seem to matter how many “share...