Wahoo releases new, refreshed Speedplay pedal line and announces upcoming pedal-based power meter

When Wahoo took ownership of the entire Speedplay business in September 2019 (including 24 patents related to the pedals), Wahoo’s CEO announced plans to: “Simplify and clarify the product lineup.” RELATED: As SRAM acquires Time, can cyclists expect more pedal-based power meters? With the new Speedplay lineup, released on Mar. 16, Wahoo has distilled the […]

Specialized launches its “coolest” helmet ever

On Mar. 9 Specialized announced its “coolest” helmet ever, the S-Works Prevail II Vent. The latest iteration of the Prevail helmet keeps the same shape as its predecessor but weighs less and allows for more airflow. Cooler In order to design the helmet with unobstructed airflow, Specialized removed seven foam “bridges” from the centre and […]

3 neck gaiters to keep you warm on spring rides

Neck gaiters (sometimes referred to as Buffs) had a bit of a news moment in 2020. Though initial studies warned that the multifunctional face coverings were ineffective when used as a mask, follow up research found that a double-folded neck gaiter is comparable to procedure masks, blocking around 60 per cent of respiratory aerosols. RELATED: […]

Adidas launches SPD adaptable Samba shoes

All cyclists who have considered adding clipless pedals to their commuters have faced an inevitable decision: foot retention or fashion. That’s not to say that all cycling shoes are ugly, but generally speaking they don’t really match most people’s everyday fashion. Thankfully, Adidas has a solution. On Monday, Adidas announced the release of the Velosamba, […]

Kit Review: Base Layer by Invani

Invani Base Layer: £30 ***Limited time offer – visit the Invani home page and enter your email address: 1 in every 10 newsletter sign ups wins a FREE Base Layer*** British cycling brand Invani might be unique. Their ‘thing’ is reversible cycling kit. Not kit that has a right side and an inside-out side that […]

Should your next wheelset be tubeless?

After years of promise, tubeless road – and gravel tires are gaining momentum. That means more riders are asking if their next wheelset should be tubless. This comes, of course, more than a decade after sealant became standard fare on mountain bikes. Road riding is steeped in tradition, though, and is slower on the uptake. […]

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