Photographer Trevor Raab’s secret to a sparkling drivetrain.
Photographer / as comfortable in a full-face helmet as he is in a skinsuit
1 / Sony A7iii with 35mm Lens $2,200 The A7iii strikes a balance between capable, lightweight, and compact. It has stood up to all the demands of my trail riding, and with the 35mm lens, it fits nicely into my hydration pack.
2 / Muc-Off Drivetrain Cleaner $20 Shake it up, spray it on, wait a couple minutes, and hose away the grime. Boom! A clean and shiny drivetrain.
3 / POC Tectal Race Helmet $210 My go-to helmet for most of my off-road adventures: The shape fits my head nicely, and it sits low around the back of the skull, which gives me an added sense of security. The minimalist aesthetic suits my style and makes it stand out from other, more traditional designs. 4 / Adidas Climaheat Thermal Jacket $212 This jacket is both stylish and functional. Wear it on its own or layer it over a winter base layer. It’ll keep you covered yearround.
5/ Fox Attack Water Jacket $175 It keeps me protected from trail spray, and dry during downpours. I can also pair it with a light jersey in the fall, and with an insulated base layer or jersey in the winter months.
6 / Cannondale Jekyll 29 $6,850 The Jekyll strikes the perfect balance between trail bike and enduro rig for me. It’s able to gobble up my favorite chunky East Coast rock chutes and rip wide open rolling trails.
I’ve never had a bad day when riding this machine.