The last day of the tour is always a sad day – what are we going to do every morning from now on to avoid work? We also no longer have the avalanche of product releases we have seen these past three weeks. Speaking of which, if you didn’t catch the introduction of the new Trek Speed Concept, make sure to head here for our coverage.
This week we also posted our first look at the Cobb Cycling Max Saddle and Rapido Tri Shorts. After more than a month of testing we also revealed our final thoughts on WheelBuilder’com’s AeroJacket (we liked it).
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This Week’s Posts
Friday – Cobb Cycling Max Saddle – First Look
1. Giro Air Attack Shield
For our last week of testing we have been alternating between the Air Attack and a Bell Volt. We wanted to see if we could notice a difference in cooling between the aero optimized Air Attack and the Volt. Stay tuned this week for our thoughts.
2. Profile Design Aero HC System
It’s all over but the final review. Stay tuned this week for our final thoughts.
3. Bontrager Hilo RXL Speed Dial
We published our final thoughts last week and if you didn’t get a chance to take a look, make sure you do. Our plan is to keep riding the Speed Dial for another few weeks and seeing how it continues to do with extended use.
4. Specialized S-Works Trivent
Our first thoughts are coming this week so stay tuned!
5. Cobb Cycling Gen 2 Saddle
The Gen 2 continues to impress as we moved it over to the road bike this week.
6. Cobb Cycling Max Saddle
We published our first thoughts on the Max this weekend. Make sure to take them out!
7. XX2i Optics France1 Pro Racing Kit
We took the Oakley’s out of the closet this past week in an effort to understand the differences between the pro minded Oakleys and budget minded XX2is. Stay tuned for our thoughts because you might be a bit surprised.
8. TriRig Omega
We change out wheels on an almost daily basis here at AeroGeeks and the Omega has revolutionized how we do it, super adjustability in an aerodynamic package.
9. Reynolds 72/90 Aero
The more we ride these wheels, the more we realize the huge upgrade they are over the previous Reynolds lines. In only a few weeks of testing we can see all of the work Reynolds put into the new Aero line.
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