9-27-2015 WiR

People often ask us why we take so much time from reviews to do Interbike coverage, and our answer is always the same – this is why we launched AeroGeeks.com. Back before AeroGeeks (BA) we used to scour the Internet to find every scrap of Interbike coverage possible. When we launched AeroGeeks, we vowed to do it our way – devoting three weeks to sharing everything we could find on the floor of the Mandalay Bay. Hopefully you enjoyed our seven Interbike articles this week. And the best part is that you have another week of AeroGeeks.com coverage to look forward to, including our big wrap-up and “best of” Interbike awards coming later this week.


This Week’s Posts

Monday – Interbike 2015 – Day 4, Interbike 2015 – Picky Bars

Tuesday – Intebike 2015 – Stages Cycling, Interbike 2015 – XLAB

Wednesday – Intebrike 2015 – Pinarello

Thursday – Intebike 2015 – Kopin Solos, Interbike 2015 – SRAM, Zipp and Quarq

Friday – Redshift Switch – Review, Zamst RK-1 Knee Brace – Review

Readers Rides

We interrupted our Interbike coverage this week to share Gabe’s 2013 BMC TM01 Frame, featuring 11-speed Shimano Ultegra Di2.


Not shown are PowerTap P1s and XLAB Gorilla Cages. Wheels are Yoeleo 60mm front and 88 mm rear Clincher Road Racing Wheelset with Novatec hubs with Vredestein Fortezza Senso All Weather 700x25mm tires. The saddle is a Cobb Fifty-Five Jof Saddle. And finally, the bike race tag is by Vondrais.

One of our favorite ways to showcase our readers is our Readers’ Rides album on Facebook. You can check out our entire collection at http://on.fb.me/12jEqE3. If you would like to have your bike featured in our album, just tweet us at @AeroGeeksFacebook message us, get us on Instagram, or email us at info@AeroGeeks.com.

Current Reviews

Rotor QXL Rings

We mounted the QXL rings to our Trek Speed Concept this week. While we’re only one ride in, we can already tell how much we have missed non-circular rings. It’s amazing how light your legs feel coming over the top.

Bontrager Ballista

Once our Interbike coverage wraps up, keep your eyes peeled for our full review of the Ballista. The Ballista has been our go-to training helmet since its arrival at AeroGeeks HQ.


Pioneer SGY-PM90 Power Meter

We installed the PM90 on our Shiv test bike this week. No rides yet, but we are looking forward to testing it with both standard Garmin headunits and the Pioneer-specific options

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