From cycling news, a story about a new breakaway cycling league. Cyclingnews has learned that the financial group Rothschild put together a proposal for a cycling breakaway league in the early stages of 2011. The proposal is said to have minimised the influence of the UCI but lacked the cooperation of the sport’s biggest race … Continue reading A New Cycling League?
Here’s a new dedicated stationary trainer. It has a nice “ride anywhere in the world” feature courtesy of Google Maps, and will tilt with inclines, up to and down to 20%, if you care for that kind of thing. No word on the accuracy of the power, and lack of online racing is a serious … Continue reading New Trainer on the Block
“I have had the fortune this year to be able to train and race on what I feel may be one of the single most important pieces of equipment that a racing cyclist could use, and that is my Quarq Cinqo power meter and Garmin head unit.”
Today I headed out with my new Hincapie Alp gloves and poly liners. I used them a couple of weeks ago in a small blizzard, and they did great! My old gloves, Bellwether’s, worked well when I first got them, but after a few years they’ve lost their ability to keep out the cold. When … Continue reading Hincapie Alp Gloves
The Bontrager RXL shoes arrived in a classy, understated box. I tried them on and they fit nicely, a little more roomy around the wide part of the foot than I’m used to, but better than many makes that tend to be tight around there. The shoes are crisp white, with a carbon sole, and … Continue reading Bontrager RXL Cycling Shoes
A new trainer hits the market this summer, the LeMond Revolution. What do you think? http://www.lemondfitness.com/videos/lemond-revolution-video
Velocomp announces the new iBike Dash, using their mount and technology to deliver cycling data to your existing iPhone or iTouch while you ride.
Gary Fisher is renowned for mountain bikes, and in fact is the inventor of the mountain bike, but it’s clear that the Fisher expertise extends to road bikes too.