First let us wish Tracy (on the AeroGeeks staff) a very happy birthday! Rumor is her husband got her a brand new Garmin 510 in Argyle colors for her birthday.
This week also saw our 70,000 page view; we are well on our way to 100K and we will need to find a way to celebrate. We also had two exciting posts this week, the first being the second of our two part article on the RoadID (which we hope everyone is wearing). Then at the end of the week we posted our final thoughts on the soon to be released FLO30; a set of wheels that we like so much that we are holding on to for an extra week just to enjoy.
We also received an exciting package in the mail room this week – The Wedgie. Hopefully you remember it from Clay’s reader ride, but if not you can expect to see it in next week’s WiR.
This Week’s Posts
Tuesday – RoadID Part 2 – Which RoadID?
Thursday – Flo 30 – Final Thoughts
Reader Rides (aka Geek Rides)
When Shaun sent us his entry(s) for the Reader Rides section, we realized we may one day have to rename this to Geeks Garages. Shaun has three gorgeous bikes in his garage that he wanted to show off (all from Cervelo): a P5, S5, and R3. We all wish we could have a garage that looks like this.
1. Osymetric Chainrings
So we have one last weekend of testing scheduled for the Osymetrics, one weekend of climbing, sprinting, and riding them as had as possible.
2. Torhans Aero System
Mike traded with Devon and had his first opportunity with it this past week. So far so good!
3. Giro Air Attack Shield
Mike has been riding the Giro without the shield the past few weeks. He is already a huge fan of knowing this helmet is more Aero than his previous Volt without sacrificing much in the way of cooling.
4. Profile Design Aero HC System
Our first thoughts are scheduled for this week. Stay tuned to see our first thoughts!
5. WheelBuilder AeroJacket
Devon took his turn with the Disk Jacket this past week and was a fan. Both Devon and Mike are amazed and how secure the disk jacket is when attached to the Reynolds Strikes.
Thanks for reading AeroGeeks and helping build the AG community. Always remember that our favorite reviews are the ones that you suggest. Let us know what you would like to see on our pages!