It’s 2018 trainer season, and Tacx has updated their flagship trainer. The Tacx Neo 2 has been developed as a result of engineering feedback from the Tacx NEO Smart Bike and a deeper understanding of the complex magnets which go to give the unique characteristics of the Tacx NEO 2. So let’s see what is…
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Another year and another crop of turbo trainers. It looks like this is going to be a big one, Elite, Tacx, Cycleops, Kinetic all have new units this year. One of the first on the shelves is the Elite Drivo II – now in black
With companies such as Garmin, Wahoo, Polar, and Lezyne making some great cycling GPS units, is there anything that we haven’t seen already? Hammerhead says there is, and with a little help from Google they’re going to change the landscape of cycling technology.
Autumn is upon us, and that means turbo trainers reviews. This is my first hands-on impression of the stunning Elite Fuoripista as I visited the Elite Factory. So let’s get into things!
The AliveCor Kardia Mobile ECG is an amazing bit of kit, both for medics, but also patients. A smaller than a credit card, and able to provide an accurate ECG trace of your heart in 30sec! But is this something which is useful to Joe Bloggs? What about Joe Athlete?
Suunto has been gradually refining the Spartan line of watches over the years. The Suunto 9 is the companies latest top of the line watch, and they have made some very competitive improvements
The latest Wahoo KICKR is a revamp, but only mildly so. Is it enough of an update to compete against the latest smart trainers? Let’s see!
Masimo MightySat Review – Pulse Oximeter for Work and Play Why look at the Masimo MightySat? Well after doing the recent review of the Garmin Fenix 5 Plus, it became apparent that one of the few benefits of the Fenix 5X Plus, over the regular Fenix 5 Plus is the addition of pulse oximetry. But…
Garmin Fenix 5 Plus Review: When More Can Mean Less OK cards on the table. To my mind, the Garmin Fenix series has never been a looker. Particularly when you compared it to the lines seen on any of the Suunto Spartan watches, and especially the new Suunto 9 – reviewed here Personally, I feel…
The Kinetic InRide power sensor allows a simple upgrade of existing Kinetic Trainers. But how effective is that powermeter on Zwift?
The Lumos Smart Helmet previously cracked the issue of an illuminated and safe bike helmet. But in a commuter helmet, with safety as a driving factor, the lack of MIPS was a glaring omission. But not any more, let’s see what else has changed on the Lumos MIPS Helmet!
The Garmin Varia Radar is uniquely brilliant. The Garmin Varia Radar RLT510 has updated the design and LED, but is it enough to make existing users upgrade?
Garmin has such a range of products that sometimes the higher end units, like the Garmin Edge 1030 overshadow everything else – meaning terrific devices like the Garmin Edge 130 can be overlooked. If you want a new cycling GPS this summer, you need to check out this unit!