All posts by James Gill
The HEXR Helmet is custom 3D printed cycle helmet, claimed to be 26% safer than an off the shelf unit, is that enough to justify the price?
Some products take longer than others to come to market. The Tacx NEO Bike Smart has been a particularly long gestation. So, time for the full Tacx NEO Bike Smart Review!
The swimming pool is a relatively gadget-free zone. The Incus Nova is an analytics device looking to revolutionise your swim training
There are many challengers to the title “Best mid-range smart trainer” – in this Elite Direto X Review, can the Elite keep the crown
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 items for cycling, so how has Hammerheads integration gone?
The Wahoo KICKR CORE is the companies budget direct drive smart trainer. But is the littlest turbo good enough to be called a true KICKR?
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!
I’ve been a fan AfterShokz for a while. When I initially saw the AfterShokz Xtrainerz, I thought they’d made a crippled device. I was wrong
We’ve been waiting a while… Reportedly held up by legal regulatory issues, the Tacx Neo Bike Smart is now in the wild! These are my initial thoughts after a week
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 up with a rather unique differentiation feature…
The BiSaddle ShaperShifter is the worlds first truly adaptable saddle. With the wealth of adjustability is the the BiSaddle worth the cost?
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 bike party. At Eurobike they did!
Zwift has a little skunk works call Zwift Futures. Their latest idea is steering for Zwift, which was demo’ed on their new mountain bike course. Let’s dig in!
There is a whole world of smart trainers now. With options for every person and every budget. But when it comes to budget, coming in at around £500 with offers, the Elite Direto has been the best trainer in terms of price and features. Will Elite be able to maintain that with the new Elite Direto X?
The Elite TUO trainer shows that there is still life in the class bike trainer market. Given that Elite is very much committed to direct-drive units like the Suito and Direto X, what have Elite done to draw buyers eyes to the wheel-on Elite TUO?