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 →
The Garmin Fenix 5 is out! The successor to the phenomenally successful Garmin Fenix 3. Has Garmin taken all the lessons learnt since the Fenix 3 was released in 2015, and made the Fenix 5 a must buy? Or does the Fenix 5 have an Achilles heel that might keep it from greatness? Let’s see!
Zwift has integrated beautifully into the Apple iOS ecosystem. But there has been one holdout the Apple TV. With the Apple TV4 running a version of iOS allowing for App loading, Zwift is about to complete their roll-out across all Apple products, creating one of the fastest routes to creating for yourself a hard wires pain cave. Let’s take a look at what Zwift has done!
Fitness is frequently a fickle concept. Wahoo has tried to blur the lines between work and sport with the new Wahoo KICKR Desk. So is this a just a standing desk targeted at cyclists, or perhaps something more useful? Continue Reading →
Power meter vs. Power estimator. Does it matter? Rather than a strain gauge, the Elite Rampa uses a power estimator, Elite have previously championed the optical power meter with the Drivo, so what effect does that bring to the Elite Rampa? We look at power accuracy as we try to answer the common question “How does it Zwift?” in this latest Zwift Gear Test! Continue Reading →
The Lumos Smart Bike Helmet has cracked the issue of easily putting safety lights on your bike, while keeping them in direct line of sight for drivers – build them directly into the fabric of the helmet. But then the company has decided to up the ante by adding in smart brake lights and indicators too!
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In 2015 the Wahoo KICKR was the turbo trainer I opened my wallet for. Since then, I’ve been able to test most of the smart turbo trainers on the market. But over the last two years, competition Wahoo has faced have really upped their game. So in 2017, is the new Wahoo KICKR (Gen 2) enough of an update to compete against the latest smart trainers? Let’s find out in the latest Zwift Gear Test! Continue Reading →