Another busy week here at AG! In addition to keeping up with the goings on at Eurobike, we’ve been receiving plenty of goodies in the AG mailroom. We’ll tell you more about what’s on deck for review soon.
This week we took a look at the K-Edge Garmin TT Mount, provided our final thoughts on the TriRig Omega, and posted our first ride of Dash Cycles’ TT9 saddle. And of course in response to the buzz from Eurobike we shared first looks of the 2014 Scott Plasma 10 and 2014 Felt IA.
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This Week’s Posts
Monday – K-Edge Garmin TT Mount
Wednesday – TriRig Omega
Friday – Dash TT9 saddle
- Reynolds 72/90 – The Reynolds CTg Carbon Clincher Braking System continues to amaze us. We consider it to be one of the best braking systems for carbon wheels. Reynolds 72/90 – First Ride
- GoPro Hero3 – Spent another week with the GoPro in both the pool and on the bike. It’s amazing what you can see when you take the time to record and review your workouts. GoPro Hero3-First Ride
- ICEdot Crash Sensor – Continue to ride with no false alarms and a sense of security for our families that we’ve never had before. ICEdot Crash Sensor – First Ride
- Dash Cycles TT9 – First ride posted this week. Check it out! Dash Cycles TT9 – First ride
- Vision Metron Base Bar and Carbon Brakes – We still can’t get over the carbon finish of this bar—just gorgeous. However, there’s more to this bar than just good looks. The comfort can’t be beat. The brake levers also provide a strong sense of connection.
- Wheelbuilder.com PowerTap-Equiped Reynolds Aero 72 – Wheelbuilder.com built us a PowerTap-Equiped Reynolds Aero 72 to pair with the front Reynolds that we’ve been testing for the past couple weeks. Just put it on the CD01 test bike this week and were able to pair it to our Garmin 500 in seconds. Stay tuned for our first ride post in a week or two.
We’ll be taking advantage of the long Labor Day weekend to get some new reviews together for next week. Below is a little sneak peak of some of the products you’ll see reviewed on AG soon.
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