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About Us

Life is like riding a bicycle, To keep your balance, You must keep moving.
— Albert Einstein

Who We Are

They say biking is an addiction that even Einstein had. It‘s claimed that he got his inspiration for the theory of relativity while riding his bike.

Some consider it an essential means of transportation to commute to and from their college or work while some simply love the visceral feel it triggers when moving through the wind. Of course, there are people who take it as an alternative to hitting the gym every day.

But for us here at Gearbikesreview, biking is an expression of who we essentially are– a group of bike geeks and fanatic riders that have been evolving with the bicycling trends for the past two decades.

For us, biking is more than just a form of transportation. Bikes aren’t simply there to help us cover distances. Instead, we live for them. They’re our ultimate objects of passion and love.

Our Story

Gearbikesreview came into being in February, 2014, with a vision to be a name of trust for all the passionate bikers in the USA. It is an active platform to learn and share the latest trends and hypes occuring in the Bikeverse.

We’re a cluster of professional bikers, college sophomores, bike designers, and adventurers that have been riding different types of bikes and experimenting on improving the overall experience since our early years. We might be from different backgrounds, but we all got connected for the sake of our love for biking.

The Mission

Here at Gearbikesreview, aside from touring with and riding our bicycles on a regular basis, we work hard in our workshop and practice ground designing, experimenting, and testing with new bike concepts.

Apart from that, we collect the newest bike models and the essential gear and accessories and test them ourselves outdoors as well as in our lab to come up with all-inclusive reviews and buying guides for our readers. The aim is to provide our audience with every useful detail required to make an informed buying decision.

We welcome all bikers and biking enthusiasts in our clan. We hope to enlighten everyone with our newest findings through extensive market and product research.

Our Teams


James Jordan

As a kid I inherited the love for mountain bikes from my father who used to ride for weeks through the Colorado trail in the city of Denver. He had his gang, and I followed pretty much the same track. Later on, my interest in biking grew more after joining the Enduro race back in 2013. My buddies and I also participated in the Downhill racing for the third consecutive year, and it’s been an amazing experience. Apart from racing, I got into the mechanics of bicycles, thanks to my father who taught me the nuts and bolts. As I grew older, I did a couple of courses on it and finally found myself as a bike designer. Hopefully, I’ll come up with some unique MTBs in near future.



Cobie Brown

Born and grew up in Colorado, I chose to work in the field of what I liked most, biking. I’ve been working as a full time mechanic in the cycling industry for over 13 years. I started BMXing when I was just a 6-year-old kid and got hooked from the very first day. Then I started riding and not a single day went by since then that I didn’t touch my bike. As I moved to South Dakota in the pursuit of a career in the bike industry, I came across some great people with whom I later found Gearbikesreviews. It’s been fun riding new bikes and reviewing them for our audience, as much as it is working with the birds of the same feather. We absolutely love our job here and hope to make it easier for the new bikers to choose the right bikes and gear.



Joshua Fernand

I’m a 38-year-old father of two and an avid adventurer with a history of road bike racing in the mountains. I’m also a member of the Mountain Top Cycling Club, Colorado. I took part in several cross country rides across the states with my cruiser bike. Tell you what, each tour was over a thousand miles long and it wouldn’t have been possible if I hadn’t studied bike mechanics. Most of the fixes required during my travel had to be fixed by myself. Cruiser became my favorite category since then. I also drove MTBs & BMXs as a kid and used to be a champion in BMXing in South Carolina where I was born. It’s been a fantastic journey with my bikes and still can’t get enough of them.