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 […]
Bike industry magazine selects Modular GrandTour panniers as a Product Pickjuillet 23rd, 2013
Bicycle Retailer and Industry News (BRAIN), has selected the Modular GrandTour Series of bags and panniers by Axiom Performance Gear as a Product Pick in the July 2013 issue. The trade publication informs more than 10,000 bike shop owners and managers around the world.
Waterproof bike panniers compared: Tempest Monsoon, Typhoon, LX, DLXfévrier 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 rack, bags, and pump reviewed in bikebiz.comdécembre 6th, 2012
The U.K.’s bikebiz.com offered a sneak peak of Axiom’s Axiom GrandTour panniers, Annihilateair pump, and Journey Uni-Fit rack in advance of the Core Bike show in January 2012.
Phoenix Series: Mercato Shopper Reviewmai 26th, 2010
We recently received a review of our Mercato Shopper. If you want to know more about the Mercato then read on. “Axiom’s new line of Phoenix bags and panniers lets you head around town in style. The Mercato Shopper’s not exactly a traditional pannier, but does clip onto the side of a bike rack with […]
Rain gear: Are you ready for the wet weather?septembre 3rd, 2009
Last night I woke up suddenly. It sounded as though the heavens were falling. It rained proverbial cats and dogs. I wasn’t sure what was going on at first but the noise certainly woke me up quickly. And in my sleepy haze it took a few seconds before I realized –it was raining, and hard. […]