Month: October 2019

Most cyclists are familiar with Oakley’s high-end eyewear, but this year they introduced something new for mountain bikers – The DRT5 helmet. As you might expect, Oakley didn’t mess around with their first foray into MTB helmets; the DRT5 was developed with input from World Cup downhill superstar Greg Minnaar.Advertisements I’ve been riding the DRT5
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Muc-Off already was moving towards a more environmentally-friendly strategy for repeat buyers of their biodegradable Nano Cleaner, offering concentrated cleaner in three sizes to cut back on extra packaging. Now, they’re cutting back on extra plastic altogether, with Nano Cleaner refill stations popping up in bikes shops all over the UK, and global expansion coming
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We review the Empire SL from Fezzari – their latest do-it-all carbon road bike. With an 815 gram frame and sub-17-pound complete bike, Fezzari is taking on the crowded endurance road market head-on. Key touches include 100% internal cable routing, integrated seat post clamp, 32mm tire clearance, and unique Monoform construction.Advertisements Review: Fezzari Empire SL
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BH’s latest gravel bike leans towards fast mixed-surface riding and versatility in the new affordable GravelX EVO Carbon. The new performance carbon gravel bike frame is built around big wheels and enough versatile mounting points to outfit most adventures, plus the ability to opt for road compact or 1x gravel gearing in two different Shimano
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TOOLBOX: We know very well that exercise and an active lifestyle provides huge benefits to our overall health. But even something as positive as exercise can become addictive and take over our lives for the worse. What are the risk and risk factors for exercise addiction in recreational cyclists? Peter Van Petegem was addicted to
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State Bicycle Co. announced a limited edition series of cycling kits paying homage to Stanley Kubrick’s classic horror film, The Shining. Made in patterns reflecting scenes from the movie, State wholeheartedly discourages all work and no play – an important risk factor for becoming a dull boy. State Bicycle Co. ‘The Shining’ Tribute Halloween Cycling Kits
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