Updated: 07/05/2021. Which mountain bicycle (MTB from now) to buy if you only have $ 400? Based on today’s prices, that’s considered rather cheap, so in this article I’ll recommend “the least bad” models in this price range. Contents: Introduction What kind of MTB to seek for under $ 400? 29-inch wheels MTB for under … Read more
Which mountain bicycle (MTB) should I buy? Should I go with Shimano Deore or SRAM? What kind of suspension to look (out) for?
Which road bicycle should I buy? Which road bicycle is the best? What should I pay attention to when buying a road bike?
Bicycle repair stand that I use – DIY made. Showing functions, dimensions and some details of how it was made.
What I consider good cyclig goggles (glasses). With a review of a concrete model: Uvex 802 Variomatic.
How to assemble a modular tool set that of good quality that costs a bit less than buyin all separately and takes less workshop room.
Unior bicycle tools – some general points and experience with these tools, with a few notes on frame and fork tools.
Updated: 28/09/2020. Reading a local (Serbian) Facebook group Bicikliramo, I came across a post showing a new 1×13 bicycle groupset. That got me interested. After some googling, looking into it, it turned out that a Spanish company called Rotor is “the culprit”, so I wrote them an e-mail, explaining who I am, and said that … Read more
Updated: 19/01/2021. In the summer of 2018, a new MTB groupset Shimano XTR M9100 saw the ligth of day. What are the first impressions? What do the technical specifications look like? What has changed? In this post I’ll give an overview of the new XTR M9100 groupset. Rear chainrings are often referred to by a … Read more
Updated: 09/09/2020. Previous posts from this test: Capriolo Sunrise – long term test 01Capriolo Sunrise – long term test 02 After the first 300 kilometres there were no more problems – all was working perfectly. It was the time for the first chain lubing – since the factory grease was done after 300 km. However, … Read more
Updated: 25/04/2019. Previous part: Capriolo Sunrise – long term test 01 First 100 km and first problems. 1st problem – all the left original bolts started loosening All the bolts that weren’t replaced, or “reinforced” with nylon locking nuts, during the first service, got loose and it all started rattling. During the first service, the … Read more
Updated: 09/09/2020. 1. How it all began A friend decided to buy a bicycle to go to work and back. It’s about 15 km one way. With a 500 meter steep and about 500 meter gradual climb. He opted for a rather cheap, new bicycle – Capriolo Sunrise – costing about 160 euros. He consulted … Read more