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Giant Anthem 2 29er review – A whisker from total perfection

Do you know why this bike called Anthem? Because it’s designed for the podium! The anthem is the English term for the hymn played for those who stand on the podium. The story began when Giant discontinued the highly proven NRS XC competition full suspension model in 2006,

Merida Reacto Disc 5000 review – Disc brake aero road bike not just for the pros

The Merida Reacto Disc 5000 makes its entry from the shadows of the professional bikes, inherits the engineering work targeting extremely low air-resistance and stiffness of high-end Merida bicycles developed for ProTour riders. Whether it is road racing, time trial or triathlon,

Neuzer X400 Trekking Bike Review – Daredevil on the seafront promenades

Whether it’s urban use, longer fully-loaded tours, or just a seaside experience, you can surely always count on the Neuzer X400! The long-established domestic manufacturer’s trekking bicycle will not disappoint, with lockable front suspension, hydraulic disc brakes

Cube Reaction TM Bicycle Test – It’s a “fricking” Tank!

When we were packing the test bikes in the truck to start our 700km trip to the Island of Brac in Croatia, I knew I had to get to know this beast. Not only because in the past 2 years I was the guy at the magazine who reviewed all the “plus” MTB bikes, but also

Rudy Project Sintryx eyewear review: it belongs to you!

It is a difficult genre to test something personal like eyewear. No matter how hard you try to stay objective, it cannot be tested by a measuring instrument, so ultimately the review will be subjective. This is especially true for sport eyewear. Not only is the head and face