Bicycle Touring

Modular GrandTour panniers, Randonnee handlebar bag and Annihilateair floor pump featured in the UK’s Cycling Active magazine!

novembre 26th, 2013

The December issue of Cycling Active out of the UK is chock-full of Axiom Gear! In this month’s “Tried & Tested: Touring Bikes” article, three different bikes were equipped with premium touring bags and taken out on the road. Axiom’s Modular Grand Tour 45 pannier bags and Randonnee Bar 10 handlebar bag emerged as the […]

Axiom bike gear now available in South Korea

juin 18th, 2013

Axiom Performance Gear is now available in Korea. When samples arrived at Bike Magazine (Korea) offices, reviewer Lee Jung Hyun grabbed his camera and took more than 75 photos of his unboxing.

Waterproof bike panniers compared: Tempest Monsoon, Typhoon, LX, DLX

février 22nd, 2013

Cycling in the rain? The designers at Axiom Performance Gear have got your back. And they’ve got your bags, too. The apt-named Tempest Series of waterproof bike panniers are expressly designed for cyclists like you: all-weather, all-season riders who aren’t afraid to get their tires wet. Both the Tempest Monsoon and Tempest Typhoon panniers load easily with […]

Axiom Typhoon DLX Pannier review

juillet 5th, 2011

Recently, a couple of months ago if you want to get specific, Darren Alff over at bicyclingtouringpro.com gave a set of our panniers a test. Having scored an 8 out of ten, I think it’s safe to say that for the most part he was pretty impressed. He did have his concerns though, and they […]

Product Profile: 2011 Axiom Panniers and Bags

août 17th, 2010

You may have heard some rumors and mumblings floating around the interweb claiming that Axiom is updating its bag line for 2011. Well, it’s true, we have taken tried and tested pannier, trunk, seat and bar bags and upped their game to what we think is the next level. Here is a quick review of […]

Cycling Maui – Wailea-Makena, Molokai

janvier 14th, 2010

Maui, Hawaii—Arriving to upcountry Maui was a relief from the dry landscape of the southwest part of the island. We were greeted by the gentle movement of tall and fragrant eucalyptus. But, as you can expect, we were also greeted by the unmerciful uphill that we needed to overcome to reach our next goal: Wailea-Makena. […]

Touring 101: A Guide to Getting Out There on Your Bike

juillet 6th, 2009

There’s a truly unique cycle adventure you may not have thought of that you really should consider. Maybe you have given it a thought but weren’t sure how to make it happen. We thought we’d help by giving you a guide to planning this amazing experience for yourself. Combining the thrill of adventure with the […]