This week we've got fresh Dakine kit from their 2019 lineup plus a Kona Process ready to razz, we are testing the 29er version in a rather expensive spec. There's also a new Dakine hydration pack, a Wahoo GPS and another option to attach gear to your bike from 76 Projects.
Dakine women's jackets
New from Dakine are these two women's jackets, on the right is the Arsenal 3L waterproof and on the left if the half zip Reserve Windbreaker. Both are packable into one of the jackets own pockets and come in men's and women's sizes.
76 Projects Little Piggy
The little brother to The Piggy, the Little Piggy is a storage mount that can be attached to your bike either via bottle bosses or a velcro strap. Either way, you can then attach whatever it is you need to carry, be it tubes and CO2 cartridges or something more valuable rolled up in the waterproof bag. We think it looks like a great way to make use of those under the down tube bottle bosses....
Dakine Syncline 12L hydration pack
There's more new stuff in for test from Dakine, this one has a 3L lumbar reservoir that sits low in the pack for better stability. This 12L pack boasts breathability through their Air Flow back panel and shoulder straps as well as a high flow bite valve.
Kona Process CR/DL 29
Our Editor, Jon, has just received this Kona Process for review. It's the 29er carbon version and comes with a not so small price tag of £5,499! It sports 160mm up front and 153mm of bounce at the back for all manner of trail and enduro fun, here's a first look....
Wahoo Element Roam
This new GPS is being tested by the guys over at road.cc but that didn't stop us having a peek, we'll publish the review too so you can see how they got on. Wahoo's latest GPS now comes with a colour screen and far more extensive mapping capabilities than their other devices. road.cc took a quick look at one that has just arrived in for testing, here's the video...
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