Author: Josh Campbell

Review: Kali Aazis Knee Guard

  Functionality ★★★★ The Kali Aazis is a surprisingly light weight and comfortable knee guard. They are very breathable and once you start riding, you barely even notice them. These particular knee guards are geared...

Review: Rickshaw Zero Messenger Bag

Functionality ★★★★ The Zero Messenger Bag from Rickshaw is an extremely customizable bag. Everything from the color of the logo to the dividers and pockets inside the bag can be changed according to your personal preference....

Review: Ogio Commuter Backpack

Functionality ★★★★ The Ogio Commuter Backpack is a great little pack to use for…you guessed it, commuting. I’ve been using the Commuter as my everyday commuting pack for about three weeks now and I don’t...

Getting Down and Dirty with Eric Porter

Josh Campbell: It seems like you do everything from slope style to downhill to enduro. But what is your favorite type or discipline of riding? Eric Porter: I think if I could only do one...

Catching Bass with James Watson

Professional Angler, James Watson took some time and talked with us about his big win last year and his ever-expanding career. Josh Campbell: First of all, I want to say congratulations on your win...

Review: Insta-Fire Fire Starter

Functionality ★★★★ The Insta-Fire Fire starter is a safe and easy way to start a fire no matter where you are. In just three easy steps, you can have your fire burning in no time...

Review: Kali Astra Back Protector

Functionality ★★★★★ The Kali Astra back protector is a great investment. Especially since it only cost 200 bucks and your back is a bit more expensive not to mention painful to replace. The Astra is...

Review: OluKai Holomua

To start this review, first off I’d like to say that I’m not a big sandal guy. I own several pairs of sandals but I don’t wear them often for various reasons. Here’s why...

Review: EcoXBT Waterproof Speaker

With contributions from Yoon Kim Every outdoor enthusiast will eventually want to mix their tunes with the water. That’s what I got to do for the past few with the EcoXGear’s EcoXBT; dunking it...