Wahoo Element Cycling Computer Review

wahoo element

Wahoo Element Review: User Friendly Cycling Computer I have been using the Wahoo Element for a couple of months now, as a replacement for my Garmin 510.  Garmin has been the leader in the GPS cycling computer market for years now but now Wahoo has brought their Element to the market to offer a little competition.  The Wahoo Element was

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Rudy Project Boost 01 Review

Rudy Project Boost 01

Review of the Rudy Project Boost 01 Aero Helmet The Boost 01 is Rudy Project’s aero road helmet and can currently be seen adorning the heads of the riders’ of Bahrain-Merida in its flashy golden color.  Rudy Project is probably better known to triathletes but has been making a bigger push into the road world thanks to the sponsorship of

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Loaded Napalm Road Bar Review

Loaded Napalm Road

Loaded Napalm Road Bar Review Loaded may be better known for their lightweight mountain bike components (like the X-Lite Ti stem) but the US company has also applied their carbon fiber manufacturing know-how to road products.  The Loaded Napalm Road Bar is Loaded’s step into the road market with a lightweight handlebar that can compete with the big boys. The

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Loaded Xlite Ti Stem Review

loaded xlite ti stem

Loaded Xlite Ti Stem Review The Xlite Ti stem is Loaded’s attempt at making the lightest stem in the industry.  Designed for mountain biking, the Loaded Xlite Ti stem is strong enough for off road use but light enough (and available in lengths suitable for) road bikes. Constructed from alloy rather than carbon, Loaded machined the Xlite Ti stem down

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2016 Scott Foil 30 Review

2016 scott foil 30

2016 Scott Foil 30 Bike Review Last summer, Scott unveiled the completely redesigned Foil.  When first released, the Scott Foil was revolutionary in terms of aero road bike design.  The use of truncated aerofoil shaped tubing (pointy on one side, flat on the other) helped over come some of the problems with earlier aero road bikes, mostly weight and stiffness.

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Smith Overtake Helmet Review

Smith Overtake Review I have been putting the Smith Overtake, that helmet with the funny looking honeycombs, to the test over the last month of so during the hottest weeks of the summer.  Smith designed the Overtake as the ultimate racing helmet with maximum ventilation, superior aerodynamics, and improved protection.  With its aggressive looks and unique technologies, how did the

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ISM Adamo Road

ISM Adamo

ISM Adamo Road is a Strange Looking Saddle, but it Works ISM has become well known for their strange looking saddles, and the Adamo Road is no exception to that.  ISM took the classic saddle, cut its nose off, and split it down the middle.  The purpose of this unique design is to remove pressure from your soft tissue, ensuring

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Assos Skinfoil Summer 1.4

A Few Words About the Assos Skinfoil Summer 1.4 The Assos Skinfoil Summer 1.4 is the first, next-to-skin layer in Assos’s layering system and is intended for use during hot summer months.  The Assos Skinfoil is designed to keep you cool by drawing moisture away from your skin and into the next layer of clothing in order to speed up

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Felt S32 Review

felt s32

Felt S32: Capable Entry Level TT Bike The Felt S32 is a capable entry level time trial or triathlon bike that is worth upgrading having proven its race pedigree in the Budget TT Shoot Out.Retailing at $1600 CAD, the Felt S32 is Felt’s entry level time trial/triathlon bike.  When speccing the S32, Felt made a number of choices to keep

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