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Canyon Endurace WMN AL 7.0: bike review

Putting women first: the Canyon Endurace WMN has been designed to for female riders Tomorrow, the bicycle celebrates quite a big birthday. It’s exactly 200 years since Karl Drais set out on his so-called ‘running machine’ in Mannheim, Germany. His invention formed the basis of the bike as we now know it. Clearly much has changed, but it’s hard to ... Read More »

Nokia 3310 (2017) Review

HMD Global probably stole the spotlight at MWC 2017 when it brought back the much-loved Nokia name, but it was the revamped Nokia 3310 in particular that turned a lot of heads, promising all the nostalgia of the iconic, indestructible feature phone after 17 years. In a smartphone and app-hungry age, one might assume that feature phones would be at ... Read More »

Sandpuppy Fitbelt Review: A ‘Smart’ Massage Belt

HIGHLIGHTS The smart massage belt offers vibrations and heating It’s available now via Amazon at Rs. 7,499 You can control the settings via a companion app on your phone There are two types of people in the world – those who suffer, keenly, from backaches and general aches and pains, and those who look upon you in amazement when you ... Read More »

Fiat Linea 125S Long Term Review: Final Report

Yes, it’s really cliched, but all good things have got to come to an end. After three months of daily driving and living with it, I’ve had to wave goodbye to our Fiat Linea 125S. Being a heavy, fuel guzzler, there was never any rush to grab the keys among fellow testers but now that it’s left our fleet, it ... Read More »

First Ride Review: Rocky Mountain Altitude Powerplay 70

Wil travelled to Valberg to ride the 150mm travel Rocky Mountain Altitude Powerplay. Is this the best e-MTB on the market? Find out here Brand: Rocky Mountain Bicycles Product: Altitude Powerplay 70 From: Greenover Sports, greenoversports.com Price: £6499 Wil sauntered over to Valberg in the South of France last week, where we had the chance to test ride the new ... Read More »

2017 Triumph Bonneville Bobber Test Ride Review

Beautiful design with excellent attention to detail The fact of the matter is – the Triumph Bonneville Bobber looks good, very good. In fact, it looks even better in “flesh and blood” or “metal and oil”, if you will, than in pictures. But how different can a bike get on an engine which is shared with an existing model? And ... Read More »

Pivot Mach 5.5 Carbon first ride review

The new Mach 5.5 Carbon is Pivot’s solution for riders fed up with fads and finely diced market segments. It’s not cheap, but it’s nearly everything one could want in a trail bike. ADVERTISEMENT Pivot Mach 5.5 Carbon Highlights Designed around 27.5in wheels 140mm rear, 160mm front travel Equipped with 27.5×2.6in Maxxis Wide Trail tires Claimed frame weight of 5.2lb ... Read More »

JBL E55BT wireless headphone review: These modestly priced cans deliver strong features and good sound

When you put them on, you tend to forget you’re wearing headphones. Their light weight makes them great for toting along just about anywhere. But their folding options take portability even further. You can fold these JBLs in two different ways—something that’s highly unusual in an over-the-ear headphone. You can twist the ear cups flat to slide them into a ... Read More »

India-bound SWM Superdual T first ride review

SWM opened operations just two years but their history goes back to 1971. SWM’s name, depending on who you believe means Speedy Working Motors or is a shortened abbreviation for SWM, which is the names of their founders. It is, thankfully, unequivocal; that they started making dirt bikes of various kinds in 1971 and the first SWM business went south ... Read More »

Motorcycle Review: 2017 Honda Rebel 500 ABS

Little cruiser is a good mix of style, performance and affordability If you’ve been watching the motorcycle world with even a slightly keen eye as of late, you’ll no doubt have noticed a trend towards smaller-displacement bikes; there’s been a plethora of 300-cc steeds from the likes of BMW, Kawasaki, KTM, and others. And if motorcycles are at all a part ... Read More »