Review: DiNotte XML-4

The Dinotte XML-4 puts out 2110 Lumens and its a good deal at $259, but is it as compelling as the Dinotte XML-3?

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Review: Lezyne Super Drive XL

$120 for a 709 Lumen light is not the brightest or the cheapest, but this light has field replaceable batteries if you need really long run times.

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Review: CatEye Volt 100

It’s a ‘to be seen’ light for $35. But since it’s a CatEye, it over delivers and you can actually see with it.

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Review: NiteRider Lumina 400

This $68 light puts out 445 Lumens and it has all the quality and design features of the modern NiteRider Lumina lights.

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Review: Light & Motion Urban 500

This light has good beam pattern and side visibility at a $100 price point. But the competition has caught up in terms of size, price and brightness.

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How-to: Taking mountain bike selfies like a boss

Trials ace and media maven Jeff Lenosky lets us in on his tips for taking better trail selfies.

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Review: Kitsbow A/M Ventilated shorts and jersey

We tried the full A/M Ventilated kit from Kitsbow and were impressed with the design, materials and construction. So if you have the monetary means, read on.

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Cleary Bikes Owl – 20″ kid’s mountain bike

New Marin based company builds lightweight and simple singlespeeds for kids that will provide miles of smiles for young riders ready to upgrade.

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Review: Lupine Piko 4

The Lupine Piko 4 remains as one of the most useable helmet lights we’ve tested as it delivers 1120 Lumens in a 180 gram package.

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Review: Lezyne Deca Drive

This Deca Drive is largely unchanged from last year, but it’s still one of the better self-contained bar lights around since it has a lovely beam pattern for $160.

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Video: Unicycling in Moab

Follow along as a merry band of unicyclists ride the gnar in Moab.

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Featured: Trek Fuel EX 7 29

The Trek Fuel EX 7 is a contender with its very capable Fuel lineage and reasonable $2,629 price.

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Review: CatEye Volt 1200

The CatEye Volt 1200 sports 1253 measured Lumens for $200. It’s a good choice if you’re not in a hot night riding area like Arizona.

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Review: Light & Motion Taz 1200

The good news on the Light & Motion Taz 1200 is the price dropped from $300 to $240. The bad news is the run time remained the same at 1:30 hours on high, but it still has one of the best beam patterns around.

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Review: Lupine Wilma 7

The output is a staggering 2770 measured Lumens and the weight is just 360 grams. Couple that with long run times and a fast charge time and we’re ready to crown this high-end champ of the lights arena.

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Review: Serfas USL-305

Delivering 371 Lumens at $50, this minimalist light from Serfas delivers an incredible value. It’s a great commuter light, but it’s got potential as a supplementary trail light too.

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Review: Blackburn Central Front

It’s constructed well and it features a simple rotary switch. Plus it can dim automatically when ambient light is bright.

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First Look: 2015 Ibis Mojo HD3

First Look: After much anticipation, Ibis finally reveals their new long-travel 27.5-inch enduro bike–the Mojo HD3.

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In the Queue: A look at what’s new in Mtbr’s review hopper

In the Queue: What rolled in to our office this week? Well, let’s see–new bikes from Marin and Ghost, as well as WTB’s feathery new saddle and a portable pressure washer called the MountainWasher.

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7th Annual SF Bike Expo – November 22

Part swap meet, part handmade bike show, part rail jam and all fun! The SF Bike Expo is coming soon.

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Review: Gloworm X2

Gloworm X2 comes up aces once again. Though not a huge improvement from last year, it keeps marching on with a beautiful beam pattern, a well-conceived package and good value.

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Video: Baggy shorts versus Lycra aerodynamics test

How much are your clothing choices slowing you down? The folks at Specialized went inside their wind tunnel to find out exactly what being a slave to fashion is costing you.

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Review: Princeton Tec Push

The Push measured at 199 Lumens with good side lighting, but the use of alkaline batteries in this day and age of rechargeable makes it less desirable.

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Video: Mini BMX double trouble in the skate park

Video: Pair of five-year-old New Zealand twins show us what awesomesauce is all about.

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Review: Jet Lites F3

Solid construction, heat dissipation and now GoPro compatible mounts are the highlights from this Reno, Nevada company.

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