Wahoo releases new Elemnt Bolt GPS bike computer

On May 25, Wahoo Fitness released a new Elemnt Bolt bike computer with updated features including a colour display and expanded navigation. The Wahoo Elemnt Bolt, Wahoo’s entry-level bike computer, was first released in 2017. The Black and white computer has received a few upgrades in its latest iteration, bringing it closer in line with […]

Long term review: Wahoo Speedplay Zero pedals

As a longtime Shimano SPD-SL user, I’ve always looked at Speedplay pedals with a bit of apprehension. Their reversed engagement system puts the spring and jaws on the cleat, instead of on the pedal. Unlike other clipless designs, you clip on to Speedplay pedals, rather than clipping in to them. I removed my old pedals […]

The best road shoes for 2021

by Gus Alexandropoulos Road shoes are an important piece of equipment: they connect your legs to the bike allowing you to transfer power. The perfect shoe for everyone is out there, but you might have to go through a few duds to find it. You’ll know you’ve found the right cycling shoe when you don’t […]

Review: PRO Stealth Sport saddle

PRO’s Stealth saddle line now comes in six slightly varying styles. I’ve been riding the classic PRO Stealth saddle for about a year on my road bike, so I was interested to test the Stealth Sport saddle, the $175 price point option of the Stealth lineup. The saddle lived up to my expectations, and would […]

Oakley finally launches Kato sunglasses

The long-awaited Oakley Kato sunglasses, which feature a unique nose bridge design, have finally arrived. Since October last year fans with keen eyes will have spotted the unique Oakley Kato sunglasses on a number of pro cyclists. First seen on Chris Froome and Sam Bennett, the glasses are inspired by super heroes and definitely have […]

Review: Garmin Rally RS200 power meter pedals

Garmin recently released six new power meter pedals in its new ‘Rally’ collection. The new pedals come in Shimano SPD-SL road, Look Keo road and Shimano SPD mountain bike cleat styles, and offer advanced cycling dynamics and single or dual sided options. I tested the Rally RS200 SPD-SL pedals, which I was cautiously optimistic about. […]

5 tricks to feel safer cycling in the city

You shouldn’t have to feel unsafe cycling anywhere, but, the reality is, riding in a place where cars don’t give you enough space can be a scary experience. Between 2006 and 2017 there was an average of 74 cyclist deaths in Canada per year, a stat that should make anyone (cyclist or not) upset. Ideally, […]

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