A trio from Oregon makes a wheel that runs with the big dogs
According to @canyon_bikes the SLX is “System Complete” we just think they get that Everything is Important
We have lots of pumps. It might be more accurate to say that we have a large rotation of pumps, because the majority of them just don’t last. The non-replaceable […]
For those willing to discard convention. The 3T Revo LTD may be just what you are looking for.
The Tacx Neo Smart has already earned a reputation for its near silent abilities. But does it’s capabilities extend beyond the decibel meter – we find out!
This week, TriRig posted something interesting to their Facebook page. It was a drag chart for a new product, compared with a baseline. So what is it? That’s a pretty good question.
The Lazer Wasp Air; a helmet that integrates a whole host of features and tools to make you a faster (and safer) rider.
Let’s face it, getting faster on the bike is hard. Even logging miles isn’t easy, especially for those who live in climates that have something called “snow.” Although there are […]
This is the era of affordable power. Single-sided power has broken the $400 price point and offers “good enough” power data for the majority of riders. But a German company […]
It’s a really good time to be a triathlete. Companies are coming out with more and more specialized bikes tailored just for our needs, and even going as far as […]
As avowed data junkies, we believe in the power of testing to inform equipment decisions. We pore over the results of wind tunnel sessions and try to make heads or […]
Louis Garneau’s P-09 helmet has earned quite the reputation for being a particularly quick lid. Results from AeroCamp seem to indicate that it’s an aero helmet that works for a large […]
We’ll admit it; it’s been a while since our first ride with Infinit Nutrition. Since then, we’ve changed our bike formula twice, spoken with Infinit’s nutritionists three times, and concocted a formula […]
The Bell Star Pro has been in our garage for a good long while, now (you can read our First Look at the Star Pro here). We’ve ridden it through […]
Dash Cycles’ products are objects of lust for nearly everyone in the tri community. From their astoundingly gorgeous TT.9 (read our review here) to the artwork that is a Gretchen 25, […]
Several years ago, a Cervelo engineer made a quip that he never thought would become a major talking point in triathlete circles. In an email to TriRig, Damon Rinard wrote, […]
There are times when stock hardware just doesn’t cut it. Whether you want to be more comfortable, more aero, or even simply replace a part you just consider aesthetically unpleasing, […]
If there’s one thing about Pearl Izumi’s top-shelf shoes, the Tri Fly Octane II, it’s that you’ll never, ever miss them – they’re electric green. Now, Pearl Izumi has something of […]
Everyone, at some point in their lives, has had the thought, “Well, why didn’t they just do it this way? It would have been so much better!” Then, sometime later, we see that […]
Triathletes like deep wheels. Generally, the deeper the better. We, as a rule, lust after disc rears and the deepest front we can hope to control in a crosswind. But […]