A packed WiR with Foothill Products, Pirelli, Science in Sport, Recon Jets, and PIcky Bars!
The AeroGeeks 2016 Holiday Gift Guide is here just in time for black friday!
When signing up for WTC races, Mike always pauses on one of the questions; somewhere between asking your name and if you’d like to purchase an additional food ticket, the […]
When we first started reviewing the GoPro, our original intention was to use it as a black box camera; providing a way for riders to have video documentation of every […]
Often we here at AeroGeeks have lamented Giant’s offerings as being rather, well, behind the curve when it comes to technology. Their road frame in particular has been left in […]
Five years ago there were road frames and time trial frames, no one had yet heard of the concept of the aero road bike. Today we see multiple manufacturers producing […]
Looks like Christmas came really, really early here at AG – TRP has just announced their road disc calipers with a dual pot design to help you stop when you […]
When Toyota first introduced their LFA super car in 2010 one of the highlights of the vehicle was their new manufacturing process, specifically a new way of producing carbon […]
In 2011 GoPro partnered with a number of teams at the Tour of California to mount cameras on both bikes and support vehicles. The videos from this experiment are nothing […]
In this post we will be covering the BTA (between the arms) bottle setup. The BTA position is universally considered one of the best—if not THE best—place for a triathlete […]
When it comes to winning, losing, and just completing races, it’s easy to get caught up in the conditioning of an athlete or the technology they use and forget the […]
When I first found out I was pregnant, I knew that my days of riding on the open road were numbered. Like many prego triathletes, my doctor recommended that I […]
In 2011 Felt brought its new flag ship TT machine to the market. The DA had all the prerequisites of a super bike; aero foil based design, hidden brakes, and […]
In 2011, Felt made it to the big time with their top-of-the-line DA. It was everything a superbike should be – aero, fast, well appointed, and drop-dead sexy. For ’12, […]
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to you and your families !!!
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 […]