The Favero BePro pedals basically came out of nowhere on the power meter market in 2015. But two years later they have launched their successor to the BePro the ASSIOMA – let’s take a look at what has changed, and should you consider them for use in your Zwift Cave, with a Zwift Gear Test! Continue Reading →
Last year Wahoo caused a bit of an upset in the GPS world releasing the Wahoo Elemnt to go head to head with the lead products from Garmin and Polar. For 2017 Wahoo has released a smaller version of the Element – the Wahoo Elemnt Bolt, with a key selling feature that the unit has been tuned for aerodynamic performance, which is a pretty unique selling point Continue Reading →
LIMITS power meter was created through an Indigogo funding campaign looking to make the power meter at a price that would make “it possible for everyone to own a power meter”. Have LIMITS managed to create a power meter for the masses? Let’s find out! In a power meter Zwift Gear Test Continue Reading →
The Polar M430 is an update to the excellent Polar M400 running watch, with the inclusion of heart rate monitoring on the rear. So now that optical HRM has trickled down to the mid levels of Polar’s portfolio, what’s the M430 like out on the run?
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Everything old is new again! In the 90’s bike firms looked at the idea of making the ride on road bikes more compliant by added shock absorbers to the handlebar stems. But the tech was superseded by the compliance of carbon fibre. Now Redshift has taken another look at the concept, and do you know what? It works! Continue Reading →