Highly adjustable – check. Aerodynamics beyond just the base bar – check. Hydration and computer integration – checkmate
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 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…
A sinister looking bike gets even more tech
We expected a P5 with disc brakes … What we got was a faster, lighter, stiffer, from scratch redesign.
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 […]
Earlier today (about 5 minutes ago in fact) we got a chance to check out the new SRAM RED eTap AXS including the new smaller BlipBox. To house that BlipBox […]
Some secrets in the industry are better kept than others. And while we love a good surprise – the truth is we love even more when a new product lives […]
Just in time for the holidays the SLF Motion Hyper Speed System 2.0 – First Look
No longer do we have to decide wheel on or greasy chain stay when we wash our bikes
The holidays are no reason to stop innovating! ENVE has a new carbon road hub to start the new year with.
The latest from Joshua Colp and Culprit Bicycles – the Culprit RAD
The prototype went 112 miles with us. But how did a final production unit fare?