There are a lot of car racks out there, but the Solo Glow from Saris is unique in so many ways. The rack does what it says on the label; it carries one bike and it glows but as PEZ man Jordan Cheyne found out in this extensive test there's a lot more to it than just its hip design.
Silca have been the benchmark inflation company for decades. Starting in 1917, they’ve made pumps and tools that have been in use for what seems to be the entire time… How many companies in cycling have been around long enough that you don’t remember “back when they started”? PEZ recently checked out their latest instant classic - the Eolo III Co2 Inflation Head.
While Mario Cipollini’s bicycle brand has been proving itself at the ProTour level of racing for a few years now, they've only recently taken aim at the US market by signing Florida-based Speedbrands LLC as the new US distributor – who offered us a ride on Team Farnese Vino’s Francesco Chicchi’s personal 2013 race bike – the RB1000.
The new CX300 shoe by Lake Cycling keeps up the product line changes and advances. It may be the perfect warm weather addition as temps (at least in Arizona) are already in the 90’s, and shoe ventilation goes from marketing pitch line to an absolute concern.
If you haven't noticed, Bellwether Clothing is back, and their newest top-line cycling jersey & bibshorts are worth noticing. A resurgence in their R&D raised our eyebrows a couple years back and after some solid miles in their Optime kit, we remain impressed.
The 2014 Sea Otter classic was another mix of good food, good riding, great gear and better than predicted weather. We snapped a few new bits from companies small & large… Ergon & Velo saddles, Xpedo pedals, Lake shoes, Lezyne tools, Nuun energy drinks, Rolf Prima wheels, and bikes from Divo and Scapin.
VeloVie’s Vitesse 500 checks a lot of race bike boxes: full carbon construct right down to the drops (frame and fork), brand name raw materials, uni-weave exposed skin, and full top line group and wheels. Here's a closer look...
Product Review: A lighter, stronger pedal is what LOOK claimed to have created with the Look Keo Blade 2 - the same pedal used by almost half the professional peloton this year. I quizzed the designer at Look France on the new features and then took them out for a tough 3 month test.
In our third and final article from inside the NAHBS we've lined up some very special machines; From the strikingly different Razik Vortex to a modern take on steel with Capitol's Performance C-1RR, a Japanese Maesawa masterpiece and an Italian disc equipped beauty from Palladio.
After already blowing a few people's minds with the three beautiful bikes from our first look at the NAHBS, today we're taking it one step further with 4 very different but equally spectacular machines. A Moots Il Vecchio Patata Titanium, a Casati 80th anniversary edition, Lundbeck XCR Race and for something different - a Shamrock Yngvar’s Cross Racer.
The North American Handmade Bicycle Show can make a fair claim as the “showcase of the world’s finest bicycles”, and this year's 10th edition held in Charlotte NC, drew more than 150 exhibitors and over 5,000 attendees. Our coverage starts with a close look at three magical machines, Calfee’s Manta Pro, English Road disc EPS & the Mosaic RS-1.
As winter hangs on across much of the 49th parallel, DeFeet's Thermeator socks and Assos' Skinfoil Ls baselayer make good sense for a lot of rides ahead. I've had both on test through the winter, so here's my long term review...
The Pioneer SGY-PM900H79 power meter and SGX-CA900 cyclocomputer were developed with the Belkin ProTeam and feature completely independent left-right pedaling analysis. We review both and explore the new possibilities for improving your pedaling at the same time as tracking your power.
Can the bar/stem/post masters make a wheel? After 50 plus years in the cycling components business, 3T have taken some top line features and added their own original twists to create the Mercurio 60 Limited wheelset.
The Omnium Trainer from SportCrafters promises the fluidity of cycling rollers and the lighter convenience of a transportable trainer packaged to fit inside your carry-on bag - here's a closer look.
Wahoo Fitness' KICKR Power Trainer review: The lack of a rear wheel is most notable but that’s no place near this trainer’s best feature...
Performance cycling jackets have come a long way in recent years, and Capo's HiVis super reflective jacket, Sugoi's RSE NeoShell rain jacket, and Sportful's Hot Pack Ultralight Jacket offer three distinct options for riding when the sun ain't shining.
The market for indoor cycling training systems is constantly increasing and evolving, and while most non-trackies are opting for fixed-mount trainers, TruTrainer has reconverted me to the fun of rollers with their top-end quality and ride feel. Pez reviews TruTrainer's Premium cycling rollers.
Since 2007, the ErgVideo system of training with the CompuTrainer has been a staple of interactive indoor cycling training. The latest advance has been partnering with Peaks Coaching Group to develop the Hunter Allen Power Training ErgVideo series. We take the system for a virtual spin.
So many gifts, so little time - but this year's PEZCycling Gift Guides runneth over, so we added another - chock-full o' the best gear any cyclist could want. Today we've got items from Scott, CompuTrainer, DeFeet, ZEROZ, Syncros, De Marchi, Capo, Ceepo, Quarq, Liitle T Baker, SRAM, Vision, Darrell Parks & Hincapie.