8-14-2016 WiR

Last weekend we had the road race to distract us. This week was the Individual Time Trial. Big congrats to Kristin Armstrong and Fabian Cancellara – both legends in their own right.


We also want to throw a shout out to LoveThePain. We say that our biggest signs of confidence is when we race with products. But what about when we just decide to wear the gear around town – we think that speaks volumes as well. So the fact that every week we are out there rocking our LoveThePain gear definitely says something.


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Current Reviews


We are actually nearing the end of our review, but just as we thought, we were wrapping up we got word that a set of Clics were in the mail. Stay tuned as we get them on our Shiv and continue testing.


3T Revo

The Revo has been aboard our Cervelo P2. An interesting bar that has required a lot of miles to get our thoughts together. We are starting to wrap up our time, as well as starting to think about what’s next for the P2.


Pearl Izumi Mach 5

This year we’ve spent quite a bit of time working not just on the gear between T1 and T2, but on TT specific gear. The Mach 5 has been worn at the Tour and the Olympics. So far we have found it comfortable for 40k. Over the next months we are going to take it all the way to 75 miles to see how it performs.


Quarq Elsa RS

Have a stack of Shimano chain rings but are looking for a Quarq power meter? We have been riding with the RS for most of the season. One of the easiest power meters to get setup, so far it’s been a steady friend for thousands of miles.


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