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  • Monday December 17, 2012

    Zipp have taken their Firecrest Aero shape down to a “climbers” depth 202. Of the words describing these hoops though, “Hot” ain’t one of em…

  • Wednesday August 25, 2010

    Seems like we have more winners than Vegas, and another lucky PEZ-Fan was chosen today! Congratulations to Scott Singbeil of Edmonton Alberta (that’s the Great White North to some of us…) as our winner of the new ZIPP 101 Aluminum Wheels.

  • Tuesday April 2, 2013

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    Tucked away in the Arizona desert, The Zipp/Quarq team gave cycling’s top North American journalists (and me) a preseason/release hands on with a few new products for 2013.

  • Wednesday August 29, 2012

    Saving a little money usually means adding weight, giving up features or very frequently a combination of the two. Xpedo decided that neither were required for the Thrust 8 Ti. They've have been knocking out solid product for a while but it wasn’t until recently that I paid proper attention.

  • Sunday January 18, 2009

    Elite is better known for having just short of a Microsoft-like monopoly on bottle cages and some great trainers. They also have a strangle-hold on body and massage products with the pros through their Ozone line. PEZ shows you a few extremely addicting products from Italy’s body bosses that prove that the world is better when covered with two Ozone layers…

  • Thursday December 14, 2006

    Elite is better known for having just short of a Microsoft-like monopoly on bottle cages and some great trainers. They also have a strangle-hold on body and massage products with the pros through their Ozone line. PEZ shows you a few extremely addicting products from Italy’s body bosses that prove that the world is better when covered with two Ozone layers…

  • Monday November 20, 2006

    Tell me who knows more about miserable, cold weather, cobbled-crap road, big-mile bicycling than Belgians and I’ll tell you where the next Eddy Merckx will be from… So who better to come up with a few things that help you prep for, ride and recover from the crap you’ll go through this winter as you grind through the cold miles? Qoleum sent us the goop so we give you the scoop…

  • Sunday October 23, 2005

    A few of the things we found at Interbike were not earth shattering discoveries, but more along the lines of simply great ideas. Weather Warrior presented us with one of them that not only proves extremely useful, but comes in cheap!

  • Saturday December 3, 2011

    Vittoria shoes are one of those iconic Italian brands. From the start in 1976 to their Giro win with Roche in the 80's to the Pirate's Tour/Giro double in the 90's, Garzelli's cracking the mellenium winning the 2000 Giro and lately on the feet of guys like Thor Hushovd, Jose Serpa, Dan Martin, Vittoria are still producing in Italy. We get their latest sets.

  • Monday April 7, 2014

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    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...

  • Sunday January 20, 2013

    The VeloVie Vitesse 400 in all its glory.

    VeloVie have been producing their stiff, solid 300r for a few years now and decided to up the ante by dropping weight, changing geometry and adding a touch of smoothness with the new Vitesse 400.

  • Friday March 2, 2007

    Although most of the really cool team gear doesn’t come out until just before the Tour, the early season is a good time to see what new stuff (if any) they're using. At the recent Tour of the Mediterranean, PEZ plundered the pits to find the new toys for the pro boys. Part 1 takes us into the fast moving world of Time Trial Bikes.

  • Sunday November 12, 2006

    It's pouring rain and around 7C degrees at PEZ HQ today - not exactly ideal conditions for a 3 hour Sunday session. With many of us facing bleak fall & winter days ahead, it's time to choose the right indoor trainer, and if you haven't thought of rollers - maybe you should. PEZ test the cream of the crop, and nothing is smoother than cream…

  • Wednesday September 17, 2008

    Trek has redesigned and relaunched their inhouse Project One build-to-order program, allowing customers to individually spec and color one-off Madones online, and take delivery just days later. When they asked if I wanted to be the first through the new program… well I never say no to a client…

  • Monday July 17, 2006

    One week ago today we were all looking forward to a certain style of Tour de France; the events of last Thursday and Friday changed everything. The riders who will be grabbing the glory may have changed but the velos that will do the biz are pretty-much the same. Pez checks-out the steeds of the top contenders…

  • Tuesday November 19, 2013

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    Interactivity is the name of the game now when it comes to indoor training, and one of the latest systems is live on-line racing with Tour de Giro, where you can race your friends anywhere in the world along with a lactate-hungry virtual peloton in real time.

  • Monday August 23, 2010

    Not much needed changing with Sidi's benchmark shoe. In fact if you asked me, they were dead right, as-is for 09'. But il professore dei piede wanted just that little bit more (and less)...

  • Tuesday October 29, 2013

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    As technology has moved to the forefront of the bike fitting landscape, old-school bike fitters like me who still blend art and science, now appear to be the fitting “underground”. What’s the correct approach towards melding modern technology, the expert eye, and experience in getting the best fit?

  • Monday April 16, 2012

    The 2012 TIME RXRS Ulteam blends a shockingly smooth ride with agility that belies the bike’s exceptional high-speed stability. Its balanced character could find a home on nearly any road. R&A Cycles’ Caffery Garff presents a closer look…

  • Wednesday July 21, 2010

    Motorex Switzerland have been a staple of Motor Racing for a while, but the secret's out now in cycling as BMC and others slide on board.

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