Cycleops Hammer Turbo Trainer Preview – TitaniumGeek

For myself, the biggest product announcements of 2016 have been the new direct mount trainers from Tacx, Elite and Cycleops. I have finally managed to get my hands on a Cycleops Hammer – There will be a full review and Zwift Gear Test, shortly, but for now, here is something to consider as an appetiser! Continue Reading →

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Wahoo KICKR SNAP Review – Zwift Gear Test

Direct drive turbos are the pinnacle of Smart trainers. But they are also associated with stratospheric prices in many cases. The Wahoo KICKR SNAP is pitched as their low-cost version of the KICKR. The same industrial design philosophy as their bigger KICKR, but with a less wallet damaging entry fee – How is the Zwift experience affected on Wahoo’s “budget” offering?

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4iiii Viiiiva Heart Rate Monitor, ANT+ to Bluetooth Smart Bridge Review – Zwift Gear Tests

The number of heart rate monitors on the market is mind-boggling. Most sports gadgets come with an HRM in the box, or at least the option. I personally have 5 knocking around the house – so why buy a separate HRM? Extra features!! With the 4iiii Viiiiva Heart Rate Monitor working as an ANT+ to Bluetooth bridge, this is  likely to be a very useful heart rate monitor when it comes to using the new iOS Zwift platform! Continue Reading →

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Elite Drivo Turbo Trainer Review – Zwift Gear Test

Another year and another crop of turbo trainers. Whilst we’re still waiting for TacX to release the Flux, Elite got in with an early punch bringing a slew of new turbo trainers to the market. Here is a full blow by blow Zwift Gear Test looking at the new Elite Drivo Turbo from just about every angle Continue Reading →

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Quad Lock Universal Bike Kit Review – Zwift Gear Test

Zwift iOS Beta invites are now rolling out to the the eagerly waiting Zwifters. As such positioning your iPhone in your Zwift setup has just become a much more important issue than just shoving the phone in a jersey pocket (eew sweat!), or plonking it on a desk.

I’m not a great fan of custom cases. When I’ve found a case, I tend to like it. The Quad Lock Universal bike kit let’s you use your preferred case whilst Zwifting, and saves money too!

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