• 5 Cold Weather Shoe Covers to Consider

    by Nathan Cline

    Five cold weather shoe covers to considerHere are five really fabulous Endura cycling shoe covers that we have in stock right now. A pair of shoe covers is a must-have going into cold seasons. First, I want to admit bias in the writing of this article as I do own two pairs of Endura overshoes. But I do for good reason: Endura has great shoe cover designs.

    The goal of this article is to point out features and suggest to you which is best based on conditions and the type of rider you are. Continue reading

  • Garmin Edge 820 Review

    by Katherine A. Roccasecca

    Garmin Edge 820 ReviewI recently upgraded from the Forerunner 310XT to the Edge 820, so that will give an interesting perspective to this Garmin Edge 820 review!

    For some time, I had been considering getting a bike-specific computer. I do a lot of cycling (both road and mountain bike) compared to swimming, running, and triathlon. In the last couple years, I've even been getting more into gravel riding. This means that the ability to follow courses has become more important to me. (Yes, the 310XT has a courses feature, but have you seen how small the screen is?)

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  • Serfas Folding Floor Pump FPT-100 Review

    by Nathan Cline

    Serfas Folding Floor PumpThe Serfas Folding Floor Pump FPT-100 compels me to write a review.

    This never happens. Why should I cry out about bike pump? That seems weird, right? But when you find a product that works spectacularly in a variety of situations you take notice, especially if you have been around the block a few times and, no doubt, run up against quite a few flat tires. That has taught me what to look for, or not look for, in a pump. Because I have trashed more than a few floor pumps, I think I can say some words about a good product.
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  • Skratch Labs Fruit Drops Review

    by Katherine A. Roccasecca

    Skratch Labs Fruit Drops ReviewWhen we saw that Skratch Labs—leader in what you could call the "eat some real food" movement, publisher of two cookbooks of food for on and off the bike, and maker of hydration mixes flavored with only real fruit without artificial colors or preservatives—announced they were adding an energy chew to their product line, we were intrigued. We thought you might be too, so we dug into a few packages and wrote you this Skratch Labs Fruit Drops review.

    While Skratch Labs has "always believed in fresh portables made from scratch to quell GI-distress," they recognized busy athletes' need for even more convenient products and they felt they could improve traditional energy chews the way they improved sports drinks.

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  • Garmin Forerunner 920XT Review

    by Darin Robertson, Triathlete

    Garmin Forerunner 920XT ReviewWhile my 910XT has been a work horse for me the last couple of years, when the new Garmin Forerunner 920XT was announced a few months ago, I was really looking forward to it and all the new features. Mine finally arrived a few weeks ago, and I'm still just as excited—it's everything and more that they've advertised.

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  • The GRID STK Review

    by Bill “Guru of Shoe” Lorenz

    Bill "Guru of Shoe" Lorenz uses the GRID STKWe’ve carried several of the innovative products from Trigger Point for a number of years, including The GRID® Foam Roller. The newest Trigger Point product arrived recently and we couldn’t wait to get our hands on it. We are pleased to introduce you to The GRID STK®.

    The GRID STK is a compact, hand-held foam roller that allows you to pinpoint muscular aches and pain, isolate them, and relieve the pain in ways not possible otherwise.

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