Here are 10 essential items every mountain biker should carry on a ride. I also included 8 non-essential favorites for longer rides. Now to be fair, the complete list of things that I carry varies on where I’m riding, and how long I will be out for. But the 10 products listed below are always … Continue reading 10 things you shouldn’t mountain bike without, plus a few of my favorites
The Telesin Motorized Dolly Car is a camera slider without the rails. It’s built really well and I’ve enjoyed using it to get those B-roll shots to enhance my product review videos. https://youtu.be/MNSaRFFpIyQ Telesin Motorized Camera Dolly Car (Affiliate Link)https://amzn.to/3D89of0 The versatility of the swing arms and compact design make it better than a slider … Continue reading Telesin Motorized Camera Dolly Car “A camera slider without the rails”
If you broke the mounting plate on the back of your bike computer, save yourself a bunch of money and give these Dog Ears GPS repair plates a shot. I’ve been using mine on my Wahoo Elemnt Bolt for a few months now and I love how simple and clever this product is. It's machined … Continue reading Fix broken mounting tabs on Garmin and Wahoo bike computers with the Dog Ears GPS repair plate
These DART tire plugs aren’t sticky like traditional bacon strips, and when they go in they don’t pull out. I’ve wanted to review this magic puncture fix for months because I’ve been so stoked on it, but I wanted to give a full trial run on two different bikes before giving it my endorsement. So … Continue reading Stan’s DART is not sticky, seals fast and lasts forever!
If you ride with a bike computer, but can’t stand the seeing it in your POV footage, try giving this Enduro Mount a shot. As a content creator on YouTube, and a mountain biker, I rely heavily on point of view shots to illustrate where, and what I am riding. Having a bike computer mounted … Continue reading Mount your bike computer securely, and out of the way, with the Enduro Mount from 76 Projects
Using this GoPro accessory is a great way to supplement your footage. It’s good at getting those short, unique shot perspectives that help tell your story. It is especially useful at capturing footage where you need to show both your hands. The silicone mouth piece is really comfortable and provides plenty of protection from any … Continue reading HSU Bite Mount: Good action camera accessory with one drawback
This is a great tool for situations where you have a round or flat surface you can clamp down on to get a steady shot. I use it on my trail runs, as well as my mountain bike, to get those shots were gorilla pods and tripods struggle. It is 9.5 inches fully extended and … Continue reading Get a grip and hold it with the 9.5” SmallRig Clamp
I bought this windscreen for my GoPro Hero 9 to help with my trail running and mountain biking videos. I was not expecting much to be honest, but this Windslayer completely surprised me! Regarding the windscreen, there is not much to it. It’s essentially just a piece of foam that covers all the built-in mics, … Continue reading Don’t record naked! Cover it up and get better audio with the Windslayer
Ever wish you could carry 1 piece of gear to get all your action footage? Well this Telesin 35.5” Monopod is the 3-in-1 multitool you have been waiting for. Not only is it a monopod, but it is also a selfie stick as well as a tripod. Just attach your GoPro or phone to it … Continue reading The Telesin 35.5” Monopod: Active Vloggers Must Have!
These lightweight durable sunglasses work great for road cycling, mountain biking, and trail running. The curved frameless lenses give you plenty of coverage and do not impede your vision. The contact points are adjustable, helping you to dial in the fit, and remain tacky even with sweat. I initially bought these for my MTB but … Continue reading Tifosi Podium XC Sunglasses: Great for Trail Running & MTB