CycleOps Magnus Smart Trainer Review

Cycleops Magnus

CycleOps Magnus Smart Trainer Review The CycleOps Magnus is CycleOps’s latest entrant into the wheel-on smart trainer market, replacing their previous Powerbeam and Powersync models and sitting below the direct-drive Hammer on the totem pole. As you would expect now-a-days, the CycleOps Magnus offers dual ANT+ and Bluetooth connectivity meaning you can connect it to all of your favorite devices

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Garneau Copper T-Flex Review

garneau copper t-flex

Garneau Copper T-Flex Mountain Bike Shoe Review Designed for mountain biking but perfect for cyclocross, as proven by the riders on the Garneau-Easton cyclocross team, the Garneau Copper T-Flex sits at the top of Garneau‘s off-road shoe line up.  The Copper T-Flex shares many of the features of Garneau’s road range topping Course Air Lite including a carbon sole, low

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Hello 2018

Goodbye 2017, Hello 2018! I guess its been a while since I wrote anything, but that’s because I didn’t have anything to write about.  I mean I could have written a wrap up to The Run Up series from my cyclocross season.  Or I could have written some sort of year in review post or some reflections on the season. 

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Rudy Project Wing57 Review

rudy project wing57

Review of the Rudy Project Wing57 Time Trial Helmet Upgrading to a time trial helmet is an easy and affordable way to shave some seconds of your personal best.  The Wing57 is the time trial and triathlon offering from Rudy Project and is jam packed full of features.  Popular among triathletes, the Wing57 was the most worn helmet at last

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Running for Cyclocross

running for cyclocross

Should You do Specific Workouts for Running for Cyclocross? Running is a big part of cyclocross.  Its one of the key elements that makes cyclocross what it is.  Without the necessity to get off your bike and run, cyclocross would be little more than mountain biking on boring courses or grass crits.  And the amount of running and the importance

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