Buying Your First “Real” Fat Bike: The Mongoose Argus Sport, Your Gateway to a Real Deal Fat Bike

One of the most striking features of Mongoose fat tire bikes is their ability to provide exceptional traction. Their wider tires create a larger contact surface with the ground, allowing for a much firmer grip. Whether you’re cycling over slippery rocks, loose gravel, or snowy trails, a Mongoose fat tire bike can handle it all… Continue reading Buying Your First “Real” Fat Bike: The Mongoose Argus Sport, Your Gateway to a Real Deal Fat Bike

Disney restaurant is first theme-park location to win Michelin star: Magic rarely seen these days

Like others in its category, this chair comes with an over-the-shoulder carry bag, but some testers found it was light and compact enough to carry without the case. It’s as simple to set up as any chair we tested. Kalee Thompson is the senior editor heading up Wirecutter’s kid coverage. “Our longest trip was 45… Continue reading Disney restaurant is first theme-park location to win Michelin star: Magic rarely seen these days

Ditch the Chair, Pack a Camp Stool: Grand Trunk Compass 360 First Look Review

It scored high marks for having an attractive price point, as well as having fabric that could be easily removed for washing (which the other wagons did not have). But it didn’t turn or pull as smoothly on sand as the Mac Sports beach wagon, and its smaller wheels seemed to sink. This versatile, light,… Continue reading Ditch the Chair, Pack a Camp Stool: Grand Trunk Compass 360 First Look Review

Disney restaurant is first theme-park location to win Michelin star: Magic rarely seen these days

We’re planning to look at all of these chairs. The 4-pound, steel-framed REI chair has an attached carry strap, rather than a carry bag (which the other chairs have). After a couple of camping trips, we concluded that a strap is more convenient than a bag—it’s quicker and easier for a kid to grab the… Continue reading Disney restaurant is first theme-park location to win Michelin star: Magic rarely seen these days

Want an Affordable Electric Mountain Bike? Read This Review of the Kent 27 5″ Pedal Assist First

Although this is a kid’s bike, it is doubtful how it would perform on trails better suited for adult riders. There have been criticisms involving consumers complaining that the bike has a very weak frame and breakable gears thus weakening its ability to travel in long hikes. The 10.4-amp hour battery promises around 1 hour… Continue reading Want an Affordable Electric Mountain Bike? Read This Review of the Kent 27 5″ Pedal Assist First

Want an Affordable Electric Mountain Bike? Read This Review of the Kent 27 5″ Pedal Assist First

Accordingly,  you can extend that family Weekend trip beyond 15 miles (about 25 km). Anyone under 160 lbs will LOVE this bike—my wife (5’7 and 130 lbs) is one of those people who is a perfect fit for this e-bike. I see tons of children riding electric scooters these days, which require essentially zero effort… Continue reading Want an Affordable Electric Mountain Bike? Read This Review of the Kent 27 5″ Pedal Assist First

Want an Affordable Electric Mountain Bike? Read This Review of the Kent 27 5″ Pedal Assist First

Everything was going great until I encountered a 11%, 6-degree incline. Even while pedaling and in the highest level of assist, the bike barely had enough torque to push me up the hill. At one point, I smelled burning plastic when it hit me that the smell came from the motor, which was burning hot… Continue reading Want an Affordable Electric Mountain Bike? Read This Review of the Kent 27 5″ Pedal Assist First

Want an Affordable Electric Mountain Bike? Read This Review of the Kent 27 5″ Pedal Assist First

Its 24V 5.2Ah battery is adorably small yet provides up to 15 miles (25 km) of range if the kid keeps it in low power mode. The item is exaggerated for its rankings, exactly as Kent’s lawyers undoubtedly insisted. It works well as an electric bike because it provides enough help to boost confidence through… Continue reading Want an Affordable Electric Mountain Bike? Read This Review of the Kent 27 5″ Pedal Assist First