Gear Reviews and News


Inside look at Campagnolo’s new MyCampy app

The latest innovation from Campagnolo is its new MyCampy app, which allows EPS v3 electronic drivetrain users to customize shift button function, shift patterns, and log mileage to help with maintenance.

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Velofix mobile bike shop comes to your driveway

Instead of a brick-and-mortar shop-front, Velofix utilizes a fleet of Mercedes sprinter vans (their tallest and longest) and outfits them with everything you need to address most bike repair issues. Then they come to your house.

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Feedback Sports acquires Scorpion Stand

Colorado-based Feedback Sports is known for making high quality bike stands, trainers, and home bike storage solutions. The company’s most recent acquisition certainly wont change that.

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Omata debuts analog GPS speedometer for bikes

Modern technology meets classic design in this unique take on the handlebar-mounted GPS speedometer that just launched on Kickstarter.

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Polar Bottle launches ZipStream self-sealing cap

After extensive testing on the trails and roads surrounding its Boulder, Colorado, offices, Polar Bottle has unveiled its brand new ZipStream self-sealing cap.

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Brooks celebrates 150th anniversary with beautiful bikes

Brooks England is celebrating its 150th anniversary by enlisting some of the world’s best bike builders to create various interpretations of a “Brooks Bicycle.”

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Snēk Cycling Vital Case carries phone, cash and tools

Kickstarter is often an incubator for interesting new cycling-related products. Count the new Snēk Cycling Vital Case in that category.

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Specialized launching Rider Sizing Station

Kiosk device in bike shops will provide prospective bike buyers frame size and approximate saddle height, helping streamline the bike buying process.

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Kinetic offers unlimited in-app The Sufferfest streaming

The Sufferfest streaming subscription from Kinetic provides unlimited access to 28 training videos that target key objectives such as speed, climbing, and time trialing.

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Knog launches unique and simple Oi bell on Kickstarter

A completely new take on an old classic, Knog has created an elegant execution of a bike bell with various finishes and tones.

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Lazer’s new Z1 with LifeBEAM and MIPs, Tonic and Blade helmets for 2016

Lazer’s award winning Z1 helmet features an integrated heart rate monitor that doesn’t require any chest straps. Also featured are the new Tonic and updates for the Blade including MIPs.

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Art’s Cyclery 2015 road gear of the year

Here’s a look at some of the road cycling products that made riding more enjoyable these past 12 months.

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Helmet maker Kask getting into sunglasses game

Italian helmet maker Kask is looking to brighten its future with a new line of shades. Following a lengthy design and development period, the company is set to release its first pair of sunglasses at Australia’s upcoming Tour Down Under WorldTour race.

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Suunto revamps Ambit3 Vertical with elevation tracking

High-end gadget maker’s new time keeper on steroids provides a solution for sports enthusiasts when planning and tracking elevation is essential to training and competing in activities such as cycling, skiing and running.

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First Look: Blackburn Wayside multi-tool

This $35 problem solver has 19 functions, including detachable hex keys, an 8mm Hex for additional leverage, and a serrated knife blade.

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2015 Holiday Gift Guide: For serious bike commuters

If you know someone who regularly bikes to work, commutes to the gym, or pedals to the coffee shop, then the following assortment of goodies will make the perfect holiday gifts.

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2015 Holiday Gift Guide: For the cycling enthusiast

For the cyclist that’s been there and done that, here are some great gift ideas that will get them equipped for the upcoming year’s days of gloriously long miles.

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2015 Holiday Gift Guide: For Hard Core Racers

Does the cyclist in your life sport freshly shorn legs on a regular basis? Do their tan lines qualify as epic? If so, these are definitely the gifts you’re looking for.

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2015 Holiday Gift Guide: Great Stocking Stuffers

If you don’t know exactly what to get your significant other, your best friend, or bike riding family member, these gifts are truly something that every road cyclist needs.

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Arrive S: An interesting new take on the water bottle

Most of us don’t give much thought to our water bottles. If it’s clean and doesn’t leak it’ll do the job. But a new cycling industry company called ABLOC is trying to change that with its new Arrive S bottle.

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Speedplay Zero and Ultra Light Action Pedals get walkable cleats

Speedplay is bringing added choice to its line-up of road pedals. The San Diego-based company is set to provide consumers the option of walkable or standard cleats when buying its Zero or Ultra Light Action pedal systems.

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Endura’s new overshoe line-up just in time for winter

Scotland’s Endura has just launched an impressive line-up of overshoes to suit a variety of riding styles, climate, and weather. Here are complete tech details and pricing.

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Which cyclists ride the farthest and most? Strava knows

Ever wonder which city’s cyclists ride the farthest and the most? Now you can find out thanks to Strava’s new interactive data platform, Strava Insights. Hint: The Bay area ranks high.

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Round up: Cool new tools for the home mechanic

These handy gadgets will make taking care of your bike a snap — and could bail you out of a jam while you’re out on a ride.

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Interbike 2015: Saris launches new power meters, GPS, racks and more

The parent company of CycleOps, PowerTap, and Saris Racks is celebrating its 25th anniversary, launching a slew of new products.

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