G-Form bib shorts: The new bib shorts
from G-Form offer protection to vulnerable
parts of a rider’s hips while also allowing
you to store essential items in the three
built-in rear pockets.
Ellsworth Rogue: The all-new Ellsworth Rogue is a 160-millimeter-travel bike that can
tackle tough terrain at ultra-high speeds. The Rogue has a 66-degree head tube angle,
16.5-inch chainstays and a four-bar rear-linkage suspension system. Complete bikes will
be available with Shimano XTR, XT, SLX, as well as SRAM XO1, build kits. Whichever
build you choose, the Rogue is ready to tear up an enduro course near you.
GT Helion: The Helion is a cross-country
trailbike suitable for a large range of riders. For 2017 the Helion received 29-inch
wheels over the previous models 27.5-inch
wheels, along with a more progressive
geometry, Boost spacing up front and
142-millimeter spacing in the rear. The
new top-of-the-line Helion will be spec’d
with a Fox 32 Step-Cast fork and will use a
remote lockout front and rear.
Alpinestars gear: The Crest jersey is a
3/4-sleeve enduro/all-mountain jersey that
features a headphones conduit and a loop
on the collar to securely fasten them. The
jersey also has an easily accessible side zipper pocket and a built-in lens cleaning wipe.
Gloves: Alpinestars has a large selection
of gloves, such as the Dune gloves on
the right and the F-Lite gloves on the left.
Alpinestars’ gloves range in style and thickness to fit every rider’s preference.
Paragon pads are
and come in a few
different colors to
help you match
your favorite riding
kit. Paragon knee
and elbow guards
both sell for under
RS Century Zap jersey: Sugoi’s new Zap
jersey was originally designed for gravel
racers, but they found that long-distance
cross-country racers would receive all the
same benefits. This high-tech jersey utilizes four rear pockets, along with two side
pockets, that will allow riders to self-support themselves for longer rides. The Zap
jersey sells for $120.