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Spotlight: MAAP x 100% Glendale sunglasses

A short review of the limited-edition eyewear.

Ten products I loved in 2020: Caley Fretz

Bikes are an escape. Or they should be, anyway. When they're not, when kitting up feels monotonous and pedalling the same loop becomes we...

Nine of the best cycling phone cases and wallets versus the zip-lock bag

The mobile phone wasn’t even a sci-fi concept when cycling jerseys and their handy pockets were created. And while the cycling jersey poc...

CT Recommends: Our favourite cycling socks

Socks and cycling. Cycling socks. The obsession is something only cyclists understand. There are few items in cycling that allow quite as...

Best men’s cycling bib shorts reviewed: Finding the perfect black pair

There are few things in cycling that can ruin a ride quite like an ill-fitting or worn-out pair of bib shorts. Good bibs go by unnoticed,...

Interbike 2018 highlights: Trek’s new e-Domane, split saddles, and a foot pump

I’ll admit to being very apprehensive about Interbike’s new location in Reno, Nevada. But after what seemed like an eternity in Las Vegas...

Ten products I loved in 2017: Matt Wikstrom

In the next instalment of the products our editors loved in 2017, Australian tech editor, Matt Wikstrom, shares his picks. Remember, this...

MAAP in the field: Until the road ends ...

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MAAP Base clothing review

It's been a couple months now since MAAP launched its 2016 winter catalogue with the Base collection. CyclingTips' Australian tech editor...

ELLA and MAAP Collaboration

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CTech April 2015 Product picks

It's been a while since we last sorted through the mountain of products sent to us here at CyclingTips for Product Picks. But now, in the...

Commuting essentials: the cute, the quirky and the functional

When Verita Stewart signed onto Ella, she probably didn’t know she was would become our in-house fashion and accessory expert. Her first ...