I will be the first to admit that I hate storing anything in my jersey…
Last week, Garmin released the new vivoactive HR that gives you GPS, a large, high-resolution,…
Multi-tools are not one size fits all. With bikes becoming more specialized, we need tools that match the specific type of bike we are riding that day, but don’t want to be bogged down in stuff. For this reason, Barfly came out with a multi-use tool line and Park Tool introduced the MT line of ride along tools–each tool is streamlined to contain only what is needed for each type of bike, whether road cycling or commuting.
Velocomp, makers of the iBike power meter, get set to release a paired downed version that is a bit more affordable for the masses at $299 retail. Unlike direct force power meters, the PowerPod opposing force power meter simply attaches to your handlebars–no need to change your crank, wheel, pedals, or bottom bracket.
Last week, Garmin announced their first set of underwater friendly heart rate monitors. The HRM-Tri and HRM-Swim feature compact designs for minimal drag through the water. Storing up to 20 hours of heart rate data during your swims, both devices forward this data on to a compatible Garmin device at the end of each session and can even send real-time heart rate data to your watch when the monitor is out of the water.
On your next run or ride, leave your phone, watch, and fitness tracker at home–all you need is a pair of The Dash wireless earbuds. These Bluetooth wireless headphones not only offer crisp sound for your music, but also feature biometric and phone functions, becoming an activity tracker that can compete with smart bands like the Garmin VivoFit, Jawbone Up, or Polar Loop.