Riding the amazing Orbea Occam LT. Long term review and feature overview.
The Orbea Rise is going to be my new trail bike, replacing my Occam.
The Orbea Rise E-bike sets new standards for light electric mountain bikes. Read our Orbea Rise review to see if this is the bike for you.
Long term testing of Shimano XT Brakes and Drivetrain 2020. 12 Speed.
Orbea Occam 2020 Review. Long term test of the Orbea trail bike and MyO.
Orbea Rallon R5 review. Testing the new 29″ enduro mountain bike from Orbea bicycles.
Testing the Absolute Black oval chainrings.
basqueMTB in the Press: 2016
Orbea Occam AM M-LTD Mountain Bike review.
Mavic Crossmax Clothing review after a full season of mountain biking. Ridden and rated by basqueMTB.
Review of the updated 2016 Orbea Rallon mountain bike.
What do the basqueMTB guides carry in their packs and what packs do they choose to use? Read on to see what we carry to keep our holiday guests rolling and safe.
Rahox mountain bike brake pads reviewed and tested.
Fulcrum Red Power XL 29er wheels reviewed over a mountain bike holiday season with Basque MTB.
Review of the Commencal Meta AM 29. Tested for 10 weeks biking in the Basque and Pyrenees mountains.
Review of several bladders for mountain bike hydration packs, from Osprey, Camelbak and Dakine
A short term review of my Marzocchi 55 RC3 Ti suspension forks.
Osprey Escapist 25: Review of this great mountain bike pack.
Cove G-Spot Review As Cove say, “we found the G-Spot a long time ago. As one of the industry’s first Freeride bikes, the G-Spot’s been delivering world- wide pleasure for the past decade”. I first rode the original model of the G-Spot back in 2005 and, at the time, decided it was too much of a […]
Review: Ragley Cheeky Mountain Bike Saddle SUMMARY: The Ragley Cheeky is a hard, narrow saddle which I found uncomfortable, however the main issue is the shape of the back. I can only assume that this saddle was designed by rampant, militant feminists intent on creating a race of eunuch mountain bikers. + Lightweight. + Cheap-ish. – Too narrow […]