John Bradley

John Bradley

 John Bradley is a former senior editor for Outside and currently the editor-in-chief of VeloNews. Follow him on Twitter @johnwbradley.

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Syntace Torque Tool

Syntace Torque Tool - Tools: Reviews

Expensive? Yes. But this easy-to-use torque wrench is cheaper than the high-end components you’ll destroy if you tighten them past the recommended torque—or your hospital bills if those...

Mammut Lobuche - Hard Shell Jackets: Reviews

Mammut Lobuche - Hard Shell Jackets: Reviews

Good for Backcountry The trim-fitting Lobuche is every bit as breathable and snow- and rainproof as any hard shell we've ever tested. But it's got something else up its sleeves. Because glues and...

Lazer Nirvana - Bike Helmets: Reviews

Lazer Nirvana - Bike Helmets: Reviews

MountainHappy Trails The comfiest mountain-bike helmet in the test? You're looking at it. The thumbwheel up top lets you snug a headband around your noggin via a cable for a pressure-point-free fit...

Raleigh Supercourse - Road Bikes: Reviews

Raleigh Supercourse - Road Bikes: Reviews

A RACE-READY BARGAINRaleigh reclaims some of its Tour de France-winning heritage with its new line of full-carbon, race-specific frames. The Supercourse is the most wallet-friendly of the bunch, but...

Gary Fisher Cronus - Road Bikes: Reviews

Gary Fisher Cronus - Road Bikes: Reviews

We've entered the golden age of bicycle components. Though carbon-fiber frame designs are still improving, the advances now come in increments, rather than the leaps and bounds of recent years. (For...

Tifosi Dea

Tifosi Dea - Cycling Glasses: Review

Thanks to hydrophilic rubber pads and swappable lenses, the Dea can handle the sweat and variable light conditions of an aggressive mountain-bike session. But the fashionisto style is all about...

Kestrel RT700 - Road Bikes: Reviews

Kestrel RT700 - Road Bikes: Reviews

1. Twenty-one years after introducing the world's first all-carbon production frame, Kestrel continues to put a premium on stiffness and aerodynamics. But unlike true aero bikes, the RT700 loves to...

FlyLow Higgins - Soft Shell Jackets: Reviews

FlyLow Higgins - Soft Shell Jackets: Reviews

Good for Backcountry It stretches and feels like a soft shell, but thanks to a waterproof-breathable membrane, taped seams, and waterproof YKK zippers, the Higgins repels snow and rain like a top-of-...