The Castelli Aero Race 4 Bibshorts walk the walk when it comes to being a premium cycling bibshort – an @aerogeeks review –
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.
The BiSaddle ShapeShifter SRT can make a drastic different for a whole range of athletes.
An all carbon wheel with a top of the line aero package, solid internals including aero spokes and ceramic bearings, and good braking…
We check out the 30mph blowing, ANT+\Bluetooth connected, $249 Wahoo KICKR Headwind and decide – we like it a lot.
We bought the Silca Hirobel Frame Clamp first – decided to review it second. This is why…
Was the Wahoo KICKR CLIMB worth the price of admission? Dive in to find out.
It isn’t every review we get to say a product helped keep the AeroGeeks safe. But the Smith’s Ignite MIPS gets that distinction after our Chief Editor hit the pavement […]
The Kuat Sherpa 2.0 is an all new design and surpasses the previous in almost every way
No longer do we have to decide wheel on or greasy chain stay when we wash our bikes
The prototype went 112 miles with us. But how did a final production unit fare?
The Küat Pivot isn’t bike rack, it’s what makes your bike rack better
But for those looking for a high-quality, carry-it-all top tube bag for a competitive price, you can’t go wrong with the Speed Capsule TT
The Giro Vanquish MIPS is the true successor the Air Attack
For added peace of mind with minimal performance cost, the Swim IT just became a regular member of our gear bag
We address the elephant in the room – and love every minute of it – HOKA ONE ONE Gaviota
With hard-to-fit feet, our multi-sport editor, Tracy, has always heard she should give BONT’s shoes a try. After all, they’re heat moldable, so you can make tiny tweaks to the […]
We check out Tailwind Nutrition to see if it gets us through 140.6 miles