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Mike and I had a bet going about TriRig’s new product, Mercury. For anyone unfamiliar with TriRig’s Mercury, it’s a spindle-style pedal with three huge features: absurdly low stack height, […]
When I first started cycling, I quickly learned the importance of a good pair of cycling shorts. The right pair can guarantee more comfort in the saddle (and afterward). But […]
I don’t get it. I really don’t. I mean I get 12 speeds—it’s just natural evolution of the group set arms race. Much like automobile manufacturers have engaged in constant […]
I first wrote a review of the Timex Global Trainer back in February for Amazon (found here). At the time I had only used the watch for a month and […]
Every cyclist ends up having a set of tires that they trust above all others. For myself it is the Continental GP 4000S. Not exactly the cheapest option on the […]
For our inaugural post, I’m going to review my primary bike (I have a second slightly older bike that is permanently attached to a trainer). This is my 2012 Quintana […]