While perhaps not ranking among Early Adopters—I think Peak Bicycle was reached about 2005 and I loathe cellphones—I have nonetheless embraced indoor cycling training with considerable enthusiasm.  Over the years there have been huge steps forward in making a once-arduous task bearable and even enjoyable. Now KOM RPV2 Rocker Plate adds real world motion to
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It’s not every day that you get to pen a Readers’ Rig piece for an old club mate, friend and multi-champion, but when Graham McGarrity purchased his striking Cipollini Bond it was time to, ‘have a word’. Back in 2014, Matt McNamara reviewed the newly released Cipollini Bond for PEZ, you can read it HERE,
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Rider Blog: Jason Saltzman and his Wildlife Generation Pro Cycling team headed off to Africa to ride the Tour of Rwanda, an eight-day stage race in East Africa. A very different experience for Jason, but a great read of us. Spectators perched on walls or in trees were a common occurrence I had never particularly
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Already popular in Europe, Trek’s bringing their well-equipped District 4 commuter bicycle to North America for “serious” commuters who appreciate a low-maintenance, well-equipped, and fully-featured city bike. Equipped with a clean, quiet Gates CDX Belt Drive, it needs no lube or grease and claims 3x the lifespan of a typical chain. That feeds power into
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