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6th November 2019 CyclingCycling Computers and GPS UnitsGear Reviews

Hammerhead releases Garmin Radar Support Update for Karoo

Recently Hammerhead has pushed out a firmware update to enable support for ANT+ radar units on the Hammerhead Karoo. I consider the Garmin Radar one of my post important safety...

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3rd November 2019 CyclingGear ReviewsSmart TrainersZwift

Wahoo KICKR CORE Review – Can It Earn the KICKR Name?

For years the Wahoo KICKR, in all its forms, has been one of the top-rated turbo trainers. But Wahoo had no smaller units. With the release of the Wahoo KICKR...

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19th October 2019 Gear ReviewsSwimmingTriathlon

KitBrix Bag Review – Triathlon Transition, Sorted!

KitBrix uses the tag line: “No fuss just organised kit”. Which is quite a claim for a triathlon bag! Let's test that in a KitBrix Bag Review! (more…)

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10th October 2019 Gear ReviewsSwimmingTriathlon

AfterShokz Xtrainerz Review – Swimming Bone Conduction Headphones

With each iteration of the AfterShokz bone-conducting headphones, things have improved. Whether weight, hands-free or just sound quality. With the AfterShokz Xtrainerz, they are designed for swimming! So let's head...

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8th October 2019 CyclingGear Reviews

Run and Ride Discount Code with TitaniumGeek!

Run and Ride, has joined up with TitaniumGeek to offer a Run and Ride Discount Code. So what does that mean for the site, and what is going to be...

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1st October 2019 Gear ReviewsSmart Trainers

Tacx NEO Bike Smart Early Review – Worth the Wait?

We've been waiting a while! Reportedly held up by legal regulatory issues, but the Tacx Neo Bike Smart is now in the wild! Here is a first impression Tacx NEO...

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27th September 2019 Bike LightsCyclingGear Reviews

Shanren Raz Pro Bike Light Review – A naff light you SHOULD buy!!

The bike light market is saturated. There is no doubt. You can have brightness, low cost, even AI in the lights. So the Shanren Raz Pro has had to come...

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26th September 2019 Bike LightsCycling

See.Sense ICON 2 Review – Smarter Bike Lights

How does the See.Sense ICON 2 improve on the great See.Sense ACE? Already intelligent, bright, and safe smart lights. Easy - MORE POWER!!!! Ok there are other changes too, but...

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20th September 2019 CyclingGear ReviewsSmart Trainers

Tacx Desktop App Review – Can Tacx Compete?

Tacx has had a version of training software for the last few years, but it is only in the last year or so that we've seen a real doubling down...

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9th September 2019 CyclingGear ReviewsSmart TrainersZwift

Wahoo KICKR Bike – Wahoo Joins the Smart Bike Fight

It was inevitable. Having multiple trainers, a desk, a hill simulator and a fan, Wahoo at some point was going to have to connect their kit, and join the smart...