We review the latest version of the Kurt Kinetic Rock and Roll, a unique trainer that swings from side to side. With a revised frame and new features, it promises a realistic ride feel.
Pioneer is better known for home, car, and DJ audio systems, but the Japanese company is also getting in to cycling. Their system is revamped for 2014 and will be selling soon.
The new generation of indoor trainers have a unique feature – you ride without a rear wheel. What are the advantages and disadvantages of these trainers? Are they the future?
We review the new trainer from SportCrafters, called the Omnium. Intended primarily for travel, this mini pair of rollers folds up into your carry-on luggage or suitcase.
We review two 2014 helmets from Giro, the Aeon and Air Attack Shield. Both are available in super bright Highlight Yellow for increased visibility.
This is our long-term review of the top magnetic trainer from CycleOps, the SuperMagneto Pro. With four settings and progressive resistance, it aims for road-like feel and quiet operation.
We review the line of torque wrenches from Italy-based Effetto Mariposa. This company is known for their Caffelatex sealant, but also makes some very nice tools.
We take a close look at the line of chain lubes, cleaners, and greases from Dumonde Tech. Our Tech Editor has been using them for over 10 years, and shares his thoughts.
Chris Boardman is in Kona this year and he unveiled the new Boardman AiR TTE 9.8 race bike on which Ironman World Champion Pete Jacobs will compete this Saturday.
We had the opportunity today to look closer at the Argon 18 E-118 of Ironman Cozumel champion Iván Raña. He could surprise some folks on Saturday.
In this edition of What We Have Noticed we look at the K-Edge TT mount, the RIDEYe black box, the WD40 foaming bike wash, FlapJacked protein pancakes, Chamois Butt'r, the Oktoberfest and the NFL.
Louis Garneau has dabbled in bikes before and now they are back in the game with designs of their own. We looked closer at the Gennix TR1 offering.
In a back corner at the 2013 Interbike trade show we came across this Falco V bike and we grabbed it to take a few detailed images from it.
Cyclocross season is pretty much upon us and we now look at the 2014 Giant TCX Advanced 1 cross bike we saw at Eurobike last week.
27.5 is the newly accepted term for the MTB wheel size that was formerly known as 650b and we now look at the brand new Pivot Les in that size.
Ceepo showed the 2014 Stinger at the 2013 Eurobike show in Friedrichshafen, Germany. It has been redesigned along with some other products in the Ceepo line.
BMC calls the Teammachine SLR01 acceleration redefined and considers it as part of their altitude line of bikes. We took a closer look at Eurobike 2013.
After about a 2-year absence from the Cervelo lineup the S3 is back for 2014 - more aero, stiffer and at the same weight. The S3 is now ready to turn a few heads.
At the 2013 Eurobike show we spied this very sweet and crazy light Open O-1.0 with a funky prototype leaf blade suspension fork, and at 6.7kg just under the UCI road bike weight limit.
A first look at the brand new fi'zi:k Tritone triathlon saddle, a product that is a steep departure from the tradition of this Italian brand, but it is also very much fi'zi:k and Italian.
We look at a few products from two manufacturers – CycleAware and FOOTbrake. If you’re having trouble finding a gift for your triathlete friends or spouse, look no further.
We look at a pair of force and motion-measuring insoles that can be used for cycling, running, and injury rehabilitation. It’s called RPM2, and made in the USA.
German brand Carbon Sports introduced the Lightweight Urgestalt a few weeks before the 2013 Eurobike show, but it is not a new wheel - it is a bike.
We review the TX2000 and TX3000 triathlon apparel from blueseventy. While better known for their wetsuits, they have a strong offering in apparel, and some surprisingly nice goggles.
We review the new aerobar hydration system from Profile-Design. In addition, we flesh out the detailed differences between the different tiers of Profile clip-on bars, and what it means to you.