There are more bikes on test this week, we've got two rather different gravel bikes, a carbon Ibis and an alloy Bergamont. There's also a MIPS lid from Bell for under £40, another packless hydration option from Camelbak and some tyre inserts that you can use with tubes - dig in!
Camelback Podium Flow Belt
A minimalist pack for those that really want to just carry the bare essentials, the Podium Flow (£44.99) pack can accommodate 2L of kit plus a 21oz Podium Dirt Series bottle for all those fanny pack fans.
Bergamont Grandurance 6
With striking looks and a funky paint job, the Bergamont Grandurance 6 turned our heads at Eurobike last year. On closer inspection, the all-road and gravel bike looks well specced at a decent price too. We take a first look at the bike here prior to testing.
Tannus Armour tyre inserts
The Tannus “Armour” is a rim and tyre protection system aimed at those using a tube setup as opposed to tubeless. It's meant to improve mounting, provide the rider better flat protection and the ability to ride at lower PSIs without getting a pinch flat. For more info, our news piece is here.
Bell Nomad MIPS helmet
This lid from Bell is another of their 'one size fits all' helmets but this time it's got MIPS for a penny under £40. Called the Nomad, its available in a few muted colours and a brighter blue and you should find them available to buy soon.
Ibis Hakka MX gravel bike
Billed as the Swiss Army knife of the gravel bike world, the carbon Ibis Hakka MX in black certainly looks the part. Understated and purposeful, the do-it-all gravel bike looks versatile, clever and useful in many situations, we've got a first look coming up later in the week, make sure you check back for that.
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