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Watch my video review below, or click here to see the full PEZ Youtube channel. [embedded content] As we’re seeing from most of the leading helmet brands these days, each offers a triumvirate of models for road cycling – typically in these categories: 1. The super-vented model designed to keep you as cool as possible
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A simple over-the-air Wahoo firmware update makes ANGi crash sensors more user-friendly for cyclists already riding with both Elemnt GPS and Specialized’s smart sensor enable helmets. The Wahoo+ANGi integration means the same thing if you are involved in a serious crash – your emergency contacts will be automatically notified. But for false alarms or less
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Sage Titanium add a new mountain bike to their line-up of US-manufactured Titanium bicycles in the form of the Sage Powerline, sitting between the Sage Optimator XC hardtail and the more aggressive geometry Flow Motion all-mountain bike. The Portland-made Powerline sits within the “Trail” category with a not-too-slack 67.5° head angle, but a surprisingly slack
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Rider Interview: It’s the depths of winter in the northern hemisphere and all the track racing is indoors, but in Tasmania the Christmas Carnival Series has been enjoying the outdoor concrete velodromes. Ed Hood caught up with one of the top riders of the series, Stephen Hall, to hear all about it. The boards may
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Name: Jeff OgenLocation: Seminole, FloridaBike: 1989 Greg LemondGroupset: Campagnolo very mixedWheels: Campagnolo ProtonPedals: Look KeoSaddle: Bontrager Other: Campagnolo titanium seatpost, 3ttt bars and stemWeight: 22 lbs. When did you buy it? 1989. What made you choose this bike? Huge Greg Lemond fan. Have you done any modifications/additions to it? No mods to the frame. It
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