8/11/2013 – AeroGeeks WiR

This week we were proud to announce our new AeroGeeks Awards categories. Comprised of two categories, these honors are awarded to the products that have stood out above and beyond the rest. These are the products that we choose to use not only on our test bikes but on our personal rides as well. Read more about our new awards here.


Additionally, we took a look at Profile Design’s Sync Hydration System, a smart product designed to ensure your hydration is at hand when you need it on the run—not on the ground. We also posted our First Ride on the Reynolds Aero 72/90.

Finally, we’re sad to report that one of our editors fractured their elbow while training earlier this week. Fortunately they’re already on the road to a speedy recovery. We’re sure many of our readers have been sidelined by an injury, so please bear with us this week as some of our scheduled posts were delayed. Not to worry, we plan to be back on track this week. Also, keep an eye out for a future post or two on rehab workouts as our editor works through their recovery plan.

For all of our new followers—welcome! One of our favorite ways to showcase our readers is our Readers’ Rides album on Facebook. You can check it out athttp://on.fb.me/12jEqE3. If you would like to have your bike featured in our album just tweet us at @AeroGeeksFacebook message us, or email us at info@AeroGeeks.com.

This Week’s Posts

Monday – AeroGeeks Awards

Tuesday – Profile Design Sync Hydration System

Thursday – Reynolds Aero 72/90

Current Reviews

1. Bontrager Hilo RXL Speed Dial

We’re a bit behind with review due to this week’s unfortunate events, but look for our final thoughts on the Speed Dial soon.

Bontrager Hilo RXL Speed Dial – First Ride

2. Specialized S-Works Trivent

Mike used the Trivents on his recent century ride and came away all smiles. Hill training is coming soon.

Specialized S-Works Trivent – First Ride

3. Cobb Cycling Gen 2 Saddle

We pulled the Gen 2 off the test bike, and have our final thoughts coming soon. Stay tuned!

 Cobb Cycling Gen 2 Saddle – First Ride

4. Cobb Cycling Max Saddle

Tracy continues to be a big fan of the Cobb Max. She plans to publish her final thoughts within the week.

Cobb Cycling Max Saddle – First Look

5. TriRig Omega

We published our first thoughts on the Omega two weeks ago and continue to enjoy its stopping power and ease of adjustability.

TriRig Omega – First Ride

6. Reynolds 72/90 Aero

We shared our first look this week, so be sure to check it out!

Reynolds Aero 72/90

7. GoPro Hero3 Silver

Even with just a few weeks of testing the Hero3 under our belts we are already seeing how this little camera can be used in all three sports. Over the next few weeks we plan to continue using it on the bike, as well as in the pool. Our scheduled transition training session has been put on hold this week in light of our editor’s injury, but we will be utilizing the Hero3 in transition training shortly.

8. ICEDot Crash Sensor

Anyone reading this site has gone on at least one long, lonely ride with one or more loved ones worrying about them. So you know how important it is to reach those loved ones if something happened to you. The ICEDot promises to do just that. Stay tuned as we continue to put it through its paces.

Thanks for reading AeroGeeks and helping build the AG community. Always remember that our favorite reviews are the ones that you suggest. Let us know what you would like to see on our pages!

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