By Sheri Rosenbaum GOREWEAR You wouldn’t know there was a supply chain issue when a box from the GOREWEAR rep landed on my porch containing an array of gear ideal for fall, winter, and even cool spring rides. The pieces listed below are unisex unless I’ve noted specific men’s and women’s sizing. During testing, I was thoroughly impressed with the quality and performance … [Read more...] about GOREWEAR Fall / Winter Gear Roundup
By Martin Sigrist Takeaway: Power rules when it comes to cycling performance. This article will be the first in an occasional series that will take a deep dive into exactly what watts are and how they can be improved through training. It explains what power is and how smarter workouts, using stacking, can increase efficiency giving "free" power. Cycling is a simple sport. … [Read more...] about What Are Watts?
By Stan Purdum Hot! Does not slip around on the saddleDoes not bunch up under the riderWaterproof and AV resistantAdds a layer of comfort without bulk Not! You may experience “drag” when sliding on and off the saddle while wearing street clothes Price: $29.99 Weight: 3.4 oz (racing saddle … [Read more...] about Delta HexAir Saddle Cover Review
By Greg Conderacci For weeks now we've been writing about the benefits of dorkiness. In Part I, we explored screening your helmet; in Part II, we messed with your handlebars; in Part III, we reflectorized your machine; in Part IV, we prepped you for flats; in Part V, we praised electrical tape; and in Part VI, we recommended kinesiology tape for sore knees; and in Part … [Read more...] about Quick Tip: Take a Wind Bearing with a Compass!
Jim’s Tech Talk By Jim Langley Thanks to information provided by helpful readers “JPeterO,” “Chris” and Stephen Turk, I believe I have a little more to add to my answer to the question about older Cannondale carbon forks asked last week. If you missed that story, here it is: Star Nuts and Full Carbon Forks? NO! The most helpful thing to me was this Cannondale … [Read more...] about Follow-Up on Star Nuts in Carbon Forks and A Cool Tool Tip