MET Drone Wide Body

: The MET Drone Widebody was not on my radar of "interesting helmets" until it showed up - without decals - on the head of Jan Frodeno at IM Frankfurt in 2015. After testing it, I'm surprised it's not ...

That new Canyon Speedmax CF

: Canyon launched a new triathlon bike at the Eurobike trade show at the super low entry cost of Euro 2,299 and also with a different geometry. Now meet this attractive aero Speedmax CF model.

The Omni Has Arrived

: It's a Lotus-inspired tri bike that has all the modern details and features.

Trio: Optical HR + Cadence

: The Trio is rare, measuring cadence along with an optical HR sensor.

POC Cerebel: Long Term Review

: The first in a series of reviews of the latest in aero helmets focusing on everything other than how aero they are. Here we take a long term look at the POC Cerebel.

Zwift iOS

: Zwift will launch an iOS app in beta beginning in September; perfect timing for those in the Northern hemisphere.

Stryd to Launch Foot Pod

: Here's a foot pod version of its running power meter, with additional metrics and features.

CycleOps Magnus

: Following its launch of a compelling direct drive trainer, here's a new wheel-on smart trainer just in time for the Fall/Winter indoor season.


: Helle Frederiksen recently left the BMC-Etixx Pro Triathlon Team and she is now on a sharp looking LOOK 796 Monoblade.

Quarq Prime and DZero

: One of the most popular power meters in the industry is about to get an upgrade.

PARLEE unveils new disc brake TTiR

: High end boutique brand Parlee introduced a very smart looking disc brake ready triathlon bike - simply dubbed TTiR. But are you ready?

TriRig Enters Rear Hydration

: TriRig offers the Beta and the Kappa, together a rear-hydration system for tri bikes, or the Kappa as a stand-alone cage for bottles wherever you mount them.

Quintana Roo's New PR3

: QR smells blood in the water, and the PRthree is priced to buy business. This is not just a bike, it's a window into this company's approach to an industry facing headwinds.

The Hell on Wheels Cervelo P3

: German Thomas Hellriegel won the 1997 IRONMAN World Championships and has always been known for his bike prowess. Here now is his Cervelo P3.

Polar M600

: Last week Polar announced the release of the M600 and entered the small but growing category of sports watches with optical heart rate monitoring.

Zwift Evolves

: Last week Zwift added two new courses: a gamified loop of both urban and rural roads, and a London criterium loop. And, is Zwift running coming?

The Kona Q bike of Even Evensen

: Even Evensen of Oregon grabbed a Kona qualification spot in M65-69 at the 2016 Subaru IRONMAN Canada aboard this Specialized Roubaix road bike.

Tyler Butterfield's Cervelo P5

: Tyler Butterfield came to the 2016 Datev Callenge Roth with fitness doubts after a lengthy injury time, but he finished 6th aboard this distinctive Cervelo P5.

The fine QR PRsix of Lasse Ibert

: Age grouper Lasse Ibert is not only fast, he is also very smart when it comes to bike details and fitting. He went sub-9 in Roth aboard this customized QR PRsix.

The Orbea of Carrie Lester

: Aussie Carrie Lester finished second at the 2016 Datev Challenge Roth in Germany and here is a closer look at her Orbea Ordu OMP super bike.

Wetsuits for Orcs

: Certain wetsuits feel like you're wearing nothing, and that's the designer's intention. Others feel like armor, and that's fine too. Here are examples of armored wetsuits.

Wetsuits for Orcs

: Certain wetsuits feel like you're wearing nothing, and that's the designer's intention. Others feel like armor, and that's fine too. Here are examples of armored wetsuits.

Roka Maverick X

: The hubbub around Roka's new Maverick X reminds me of TYR's ginned-up TYR's Freak of Nature 4 years ago. Does the Maverick X deserve the hype?

Shimano R9100 (Power Meter!)

: Better ergonomics, greater RD range, improved electrical components, better and faster wheels, borrowed tech from XTR, and a power meter!

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