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Cervelo Caledonia: Road Bike of the Future

: For a decade I've wanted a Cervelo R3 Mud. Only a handful were made, and 3 of them were on the Paris Roubaix podium. I've got one now.

We Tried It: Theragun PRO

: Theragun was the original percussion massage gun and here we offer our take on their flagship PRO device.

Garmin’s Firstbeat Acquisition Could Change the Coaching Landscape

: Garmin's Firstbeat has the potential to create a new analytics-based training platform

Vision Metron 55 SL Disc Clincher/TL

: We take a first look at the tubeless-ready Metron 55 SL Disc – ready for your disc brake triathlon, road, or even gravel bike.

ETRTO Publishes 2020 Updates for Tubeless and Hookless

: We delve into the latest updates for rim and tire standards. This year brings several updates to modernize for road tubeless and more.

Garmin's New Edge 130 Plus and Edge 1030 Plus Head Units

: The announcement of these products contains both legacy function as well as new hardware and software capacity.

A Conversation on HOKA's New Clifton and Clifton Edge

: The Clifton run family expands with the new Clifton Edge. How does it stack up?

A closer look at the Argon 18 E-118 of Sam Long

: Sam Long is currently chasing various Strava records while cycling and running, but he is hoping that maybe by August he will be able to race his Argon 18 E-118 Tri Disc race bike in an actual race.

Shimano RC901 Versus RC701

: Shimano is a cycling shoe brand I can ride. Its RC9 costs almost twice the RC7. Is the upcharge justified, and are these shoes tri-relevant anyway?

The Lowdown on Zipp's New 303s

: Great wheels! But I'm feeling cranky today and I fear it's evident. That notwithstanding, I hope I do these wheels justice.

Unboxing the FSA PowerBox Carbon

: We get our hands on the latest power meter from FSA, made in conjunction with Power2Max. It uses hollow carbon arms, mated to a +/-2% accuracy power measuring device.

Lezyne Lights Part Deux

: …In which we talk about the “smart” parts.

Is BiSaddle Having its Moment?

: The visuals, functionality, and the recognition of a need have conspired to give this saddle its moment.

Secrets of Speedplay

: The pedal used by about 40 percent of the top-15 Kona men and women. Why they work; how they work; and how you properly mount them.

Fulcrum Wind 55 DB

: We investigate some surprisingly affordable carbon clinchers with tubeless compatibility, disc brakes, and Italian flair.

QR's New PRSix2: Slowman's Build

: I mixed and matched parts a little, to get a a bike I really enjoy riding.

Vision Trimax Carbon SI 013

: Vision adds options for your aero position by process of elimination – of the integrated stem. We check out their latest aerobar.

Have Carbon Clinchers Finally Hit the Weight We Want?

: Clinchers have never matched the weight of tubulars, until now? The DT Swiss Mon Chasseral hits surprising numbers.

Do the NEO Bike and the Garmin Vector 3 Power Numbers Match?

: Historically NEOs and Vectors did not have a great reputation for generating congruent power numbers. What about now?

ENVE launches Foundation Series

: ENVE announced a new less-costly, tubeless-only line of road wheels. We dive into the details of these made-in-USA carbon hoops.

Lezyne Smart Connect LED Light Combo

: I’m rolling out of the house with lights on my bike, night or day, and lately when I roll out it’s been with this.

Vuka Shift AXS 90

: Zipp has managed truly wireless aerobar shifting. Also, SRAM's Multiclics extend the Zipp system to pursuit bar shifting.

DT Swiss GR 1600 Gravel Wheel Review

: We take a close look at a mid-priced gravel option from DT Swiss. With a sub-$700 price and wide rims, they make a strong case.

ROKA RISE. Performance Eyewear For Desk Jobs

: I spend a lot of time staring at a screen. That just got a little bit easier because of ROKA's new RISE line of blue-blocking eyewear.

The RUNN Wireless Treadmill-to-Zwift Sensor

: This $99 unit has advantages over a footpod, if you're a Zwift runner.

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