SRAM's Acquisition of PowerTap

: SRAM increases its incursion into power. It'll keep the PowerTap name (not fold it into Quarq). Does it most admire the Hubs or the Pedals?

Garmin Buys Tacx

: Both companies had a need. But both companies had a similar problem. Wahoo is the presence in the background of this acquisition.

Quarq's New Chain Ring PM

: Quarq is integrated into the AXS ecosystem with this new power meter motif.

Gettin' Groovy with Rouvy - Part 1: Getting Started

: Stationary is the hottest segment in non-motorized cycling. Rouvy is yet another stationary brand you should know about.

Trainerroad's Workout Calendar

: It's for triathletes and cyclists who want a powerful workout organizer, but not the ardency required of the Training Peaks user.

CycleOps H2, Fifteen Rides In

: After dozens of hours on both CycleOps Hammer and H2, here's my long term review, with an emphasis on the new H2.

It's Game On With Zwift

: Zwift is a game. Or a training tool. It's also a virtual community, like Westworld, except there's real people behind every avatar.

Powertap Addresses Gripes With New P2 Pedal

: Customers love Powertap’s accuracy, user flexibility and price. Bearings and service turnaround? Less so. Fixed! Says Powertap.

Velosense: A Friend to the Field Trialist

: It was the Techiest Slowtwitch-Friendly Gadget at Interbike

Feelin' Rouvy

: Rouvy is about to join Zwift and others by offering a multi-rider experience

Garmin Fixes Vector 3 Battery Door Snafu

: Power drop. Waking up unbidden. Inaccuracy. The culprit was the battery door. New doors have made their ways to users.

Are Pedals the Place For Power Meters? Maybe

: The pedal makes sense because it’s portable across bikes. But there’s more to consider.

We Noticed: Garmin, Zwift, and more

: New from Garmin, Oakley, Aerocoach, Zwift, new oversized pullies, and more.

PowerTap Slashes Prices

: August Power Meter maker PowerTap took a chain saw to its price list, cutting prices on all meters from 20 to 33 percent.

Brain Doping with Halo Sport

: After 3 months of testing, here is the question I pledged to answer at the beginning: Does it work?

First look at the EMFIT QS

: Is there value in tracking biometrics with the goal of identifying overtraining? Here's a device on the cutting edge of that discussion.

Hands on the ELEMNT BOLT

: Lionel Sanders and I have two things in common: we're Canadian; and we each spent a month with the BOLT. Here are my thoughts, and his.

With Zwift to a Paris-Roubaix title

: Australian Mathew Hayman of Team ORICA-SCOTT grabbed the win at the 2016 Paris-Roubaix despite breaking his arm 5 weeks earlier during Omloop Het Nieuwsblad. Thanks in part to Zwift.

Wahoo ELEMNT Long Term Review

: The ELEMNT is the most complete bike computer on the market for triathletes. Only the Garmin 520 is its price-per-feature equal.

Don’t Give Up on Your Computrainer!

: There may be life in the old girl yet. Computrainer is set to announce a very compelling variation on the extended warranty.

Halo Neuropriming

: Halo Sport claims to improve performance through the use of neuroprogramming, using energy pulses to stimulate the brain.

Bragi Dash: How Much Can a Pair of Headphones Do?

: Bragi's Dash occupies an interesting niche in the market. It takes a whole bunch of things people use - activity tracker, music player, Bluetooth headset - and wraps them all together in a totally ...

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