The VeloReality Lynx turbo trainer is an indoor cycling system created by a software company. So we had a device produced from a different mindset than the usual turbo. As a result a very different product! The real question though, is how does the Lynx perform on Zwift? Time for a #ZwiftGearTest! Continue Reading →
Garmin is the big gorilla when it comes to cycling GPS units. The Edge 1000 has been their top of the range model, but on paper the new Garmin Edge 820 looks to be the superior product. But what about out on the ride? 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 →
Small and mighty. That might be a good over view of the Polar M450 when you look at it on paper. A shrunken version of the highly successful Polar V650. But does that loss of the touch screen hamper the Polar M450 at £114, when the Polar V650 is available for at slightly more for £157?
Garmin’s never ending question to produce every conceivable electronic cycling gadget continues. This time, not content merely merely to have their devices adorning our bikes and arms, now Garmin wants them on our faces – I give you – The Garmin Varia Vision…
The Polar V650 was the companies first GPS base unit. Polar have a long list of older, speed sensor based bike units, but life is easier when you are connected to the eye in the sky. The question is, in today crowded GPS market, is the V650 still a contender? – This Polar V650 GPS Cycling Computer Review will find out! Continue Reading →