Thule Pack n’ Pedal Shield Panniers

Thule Shield Panniers

For Spring 2015, Thule expands their popular Pack ‘n Pedal pannier line with the new Shield. These lightweight and versatile bags are made from a water-resistant and high-vis fabric, great for cycle touring or commuting around town.

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Columbia TurboDown Review

Columbia TurboDown

Last week marked the end of summer, with the days getting noticeably shorter and the nights dropping towards freezing temps. All of this means puffy season is officially here. While no one denies the merits of a good insulated jacket, everyone continues to argue the benefits of down versus synthetic. Columbia asks the question—why not have both?

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Strava Adds Auto-Pause And Goal Tracking

Strava auto-pause

You know you are guilty—not stopping to help someone with a flat or pulling out your phone to pause Strava at every red light, just so you can get that segment PR. Strava has now made it easier for you to be nice and not quite so time obsessed. As soon as you stop moving, the latest version of Strava will automatically pause until you start on your way again.

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Pinhead Complete Bike Lock System

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For anyone that lives in a bike theft heavy area, carrying more than one lock to secure your bike is the norm. You normally need a lock for the frame as well as the wheels, and even that doesn’t guarantee your bike won’t be stripped for parts. Now you can secure your entire bike, components and all, with just one key using the Total Bike Protection system from Pinhead.

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Wahoo TICKR X

Wahoo TICKR X

Available this week, Wahoo’s latest heart rate monitor records your workout with or without your phone. The TICKR X is perfect for those high-intensity workouts where carrying much of anything is not an option, such as running, swimming, or even Crossfit workouts.

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