I’ll be honest, the Suunto Spartan has been a watch I have been aching to get my hands on. My own regular watch is the Garmin Fenix3, but I always keep an open mind to potentially purchasing a replacement device. The Suunto Spartan is a device which visually, and on paper at least, looked like it might find a permanent place on my wrist – which is why this review has been so hard to write… Continue Reading →
HipLok continues to bring innovative designs to bike security, when you are out on the road, but what about when you get home? HipLok’s latest Kickstarter campaign looks to address that with the new HipLok AirLok. A stylish, and importantly secure, bike hanger and bike lock combined.
After the Rio Olympics, some of the athletes secret sauce is out – a NEW Stryd Foot Pod! Given that optical heart rate meters on watches are very much in vogue, Stryd has taken their power metrics gubbins and stuffed them into a foot pod! Continue Reading →
Garmin and Polar have been the defacto leaders of the cycling GPS world. Wahoo has slowly been encroaching on their turf with heart rate monitors and specific cycling gear, but has now has declared open war by releasing the Wahoo Elemnt GPS bike computer. Should Garmin and Polar be afraid of the new upstart? Continue Reading →
DinoSnores – The National History Museum opens it doors at night, and lets you sleep within the great Hintze Hall, right underneath their prized Diplodocus skeleton if you so desire. Sometimes you hear about an event and realise you have no choice, you HAVE to go and see what it is like. For me, DinoSnores was one of those events! Read on for an after-hours adventure at the NHM Continue Reading →
If the Rido R2 saddle is to cycling as crutches are to running, then the Rido RLt series saddle is a pair of overpronation race shoes. I have already taken a look at what might be termed Rido’s recovery saddle for individuals with perineal issues, so how does their more mainstream, race ready saddle compare? Continue Reading →
When the Stryd running meter was released, the only company to support it straight out of the box was Suunto. The Stryd team have used the Garmin Connect IQ platform to build a Stryd app for several Garmin watches. With the Stryd Garmin Connect IQ app finally Garmin watches can access, easily, the full suit of Stryd running data. Continue Reading →