Bike:Cyclocross

Stages Dash and Link

Get More Out of Your Stages Power Meter

Stages Dash and Link

While Quintana and Contador petition to ban the use of power meters in races, Stages gets set to release two new products to help you get more out of your power based training. Hitting shelves in early 2017, the new Dash GPS head unit and Link analytics software will help you maximize your performance and reach your training goals.

Hiplok Airlok

Hiplok Airlok — Stylish and Secure Bike Storage

Hiplok Airlok

Whether you store your bike in your house, garage, or outside work, there is always a high chance of it getting stolen at some point. Bike locks might work to deter thieves but they aren’t exactly an elegant solution. To give you the option of simple and stylish yet fully secure bike storage, Hiplok created the Airlok.

MODUAL

The Last Bike Multi-Tool You Will Ever Need

MODUAL

UK-based Altum Designs hopes they have created the last bike multi-tool you will ever need. Their new MODUAL system consists of MTS, an innovative 13 function multi-tool, and MTR, an accompanying tool roll that makes easy work of carrying all your essential items on the bike. The MTS multi-tool is comprehensive enough for use at home but compact enough to take with you on your ride.

Winter cycling gear

My Favorite Gear For Winter Riding

winter cycling gear

We are lucky enough to ride year-round here in San Francisco. While most days require nothing more than a jersey and bike shorts, once winter actually hits, the riding gets cold. I know, I know–winter in California is not exactly winter in Minnesota but I have been colder riding my bike here than ice climbing in Canada. Morning temps hover in the low 30s, with the afternoon warming up to the 40s and maybe low 50s if there is lots of sunshine and little wind. This can make dressing for a ride difficult, so layers is key. Here is a look at some of my favorite gear that keeps me cranking out miles straight through the off-season.

7Mesh Synergy Jersey

7Mesh Synergy Jersey Review

7Mesh Synergy Jersey

Fall weather has finally hit the Bay Area and although this means we are far from suffering, it can make dressing for that daily ride a bit more difficult. Morning temps usually start out in the 30s before climbing to the high 60s during the day, with a consistent cool breeze. It’s too warm on long sunny uphills for a vest or jacket, but you’ll freeze coming down the other side without one. For those of us that get annoyed with continually having to shed or don layers, 7-Mesh came up with a solution–the Synergy Jersey.

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