Weather in Strava made easy
For a two-month period we had a TriRig Omni in AeroGeek’s HQ to get to know it better and in that time, we found it to be a bike that […]
As flagship road bikes go the Ventum NS1 is a winner. As first effort road bikes go – the NS1 is almost unbelievable.
Light, responsive, agile, and still every bit as aero as the original gold-medal-winning Shiv.
The Trek Madone Speed is the next step towa ds the best of both worlds aero road bike
$84.99 for 3-4 watts and a 100g savings this is very near a no brainer for someone looking to gain every watt they can.
After a year long review we find out if the Bontrager Aeolus XXX 6 lived up to our expectations
Highly adjustable – check. Aerodynamics beyond just the base bar – check. Hydration and computer integration – checkmate
The BiSaddle ShapeShifter SRT can make a drastic different for a whole range of athletes.
A solid shoe is not only the difference between a fast T1 to T2 – but your time in transition itself. The Transiro Powerstrap R4 may be a great sweet spot shoe to get you there.
An all carbon wheel with a top of the line aero package, solid internals including aero spokes and ceramic bearings, and good braking…
First their was RED eTap AXS and that was good. And now comes SRAM Force… and that may be better.
The Bontrager saddle line keeps getting more interesting with the launch of 3 new Aeolus Saddles
The latest from LOOK can save you 2 watts – for a price comparable to OSPW and ceramic bottom brackets
If it’s good enough for Chris Froome….
We hoped but never expected. The Cervelo P3X is lighter and stiffer than its forefather for quite a few dollars less.
We check out the 30mph blowing, ANT+\Bluetooth connected, $249 Wahoo KICKR Headwind and decide – we like it a lot.
BOA on tri shoes is tough to do. We think fizik may have gotten it right with the new Transiro Infinito R3
We bought the Silca Hirobel Frame Clamp first – decided to review it second. This is why…
A sinister looking bike gets even more tech