Gear Reviews and News


SILCA Tire Levers Premio released


SILCA has introduced Tire Levers Premio, a new set of top-of-the-line tire levers that are optimized for carbon wheels and tubeless setups.

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Time XPRO pedal launched


Building off the performance and ease-of-use of its Xpresso pedal, Time has introduced its latest generation of road pedal.

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Why proper bike fit matters


Getting a proper bike fit can mean the difference between riding and not riding. Here’s what you need to know to get started.

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Leomo Type R review


The Leomo Type R is not a tool for everyone. But for those looking to dive deep on their fit and technique, it stands alone as a real-time motion capture device.

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12 exciting new bike tools from Interbike


Looking to upgrade your home, work, or travel tool kit? Here are 12 exciting new tools from the Interbike trade show in Las Vegas.

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SportRx Oakley Flak 2.0 XL and Crossrange XL review


At nearly $500 a pair, cost is a big issue with these SportRX prescription sunglasses. But have you ever met a drivetrain, shock, or wheelset that helped you see better?

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Silca Tattico Bluetooth hand pump unveiled


Silca’s Tattico Bluetooth mini-pump comes equipped with a sensor that relays accurate tire pressure through an app on your phone.

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Giant Rev MIPS helmet review


All-around helmet that fits well, looks decent, keeps you cool, and helps keep you out of the ER. The price is also right.

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Wahoo ELEMNT MINI revealed


Wahoo Fitness has introduced the ELEMNT MINI, a standalone wireless bike computer with an economical $100 price tag.

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Giant NeosTrack GPS cycling computer revealed


The world’s largest bike maker is getting into the cycling computer head unit business.

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Thule Double Track Pro, ProRide Rack, and Chasm Bag


Tired of jamming your bike in the truck? Thule has just debuted two new soft clamp style racks.

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Silca 100-year anniversary HX-One Set


The Silca HX-One tool set is one of the most beautiful kits we’ve ever laid eyes on. And to celebrate turning 100, they’ve made it even better.

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Stages Dash GPS head unit debuts


Stages Dash GPS head unit and Stages Link cloud-based training service aim to guide riders to peak performance through analytics, education and customized coaching.

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SRAM Red eTap review


Someday we’ll all look back on the notion of cable and wire-actuated bicycle shifting as a cute relic of the past — and we’ll have SRAM’s Red eTap wireless electronic group to thank for it.

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Eight new tools for the home (and pro) mechanic


Do you believe in having the right tool for the job? Then you’ll find something to love in this roundup of new tools.

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Fabric Accubar a pressure gauge for all pumps


Fabric has expanded its product line for 2017 with new lights, pumps, and a unique add-on pressure gauge.

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Garmin Fenix 5 line puts GPS tracking on your wrist


The new Fenix 5 models feature an extensive list of functional training information and tracking, including basic cycling, running, and swimming functions, GPS tracking and waypoints, barometric altimeter, and magnetic compass.

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Lezyne Micro GPS review


Offers ANT+ and Bluetooth compatibility, 14 hours of runtime, accurate (barometric, accelerometer, and GPS) data tracking, customizable layouts, and data notifications.

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Wahoo ELEMNT BOLT cycling computer launched


New aerodynamic GPS unit claimed to save 12.6 seconds during 40km time trial. It’s also lighter and less expensive than Wahoo’s original ELEMNT cycling computer.

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LEOMO unveils TYPE-R motion analysis wearable technology for athletes


The TYPE-R, the first in a new category of wearable technologies specifically designed to help competitive athletes and their coaches unlock the power of motion analysis.

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Wahoo ELEMNT GPS bike computer review


Luddites and technophobes rejoice. Wahoo’s ELEMNT GPS bike computer offers most of the high-end functionality of comparable competitor models, and does so in an extremely user-friendly way.

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Best bike tech from 2017 Consumer Electronics Show


The Consumer Electronics Show is one of the biggest tech events of the year, and there was plenty there to get cyclists excited. Here’s a rundown of the best stuff for bikers.

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How to select the right handlebar tape


Bar tape is made from a variety of different materials ranging from thin to thick, firm to cushy, and smooth to tacky. But which is right for you?

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Bontrager Provence 32 roller suitcase review


This large multi-compartment roller suitcase is designed specifically for cyclists traveling on 5-7 day trips. Find out how well it fared flying the friendly skies.

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10 Things To Take On Every Bike Ride


Before you head out the door and jump on your bike, these are the 10 things you should make sure you have. They will help you avoid a mechanical disaster, keep you warm, and pay for coffee.

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