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?
Sports electrolyte drinks are vital during training, but your zwift cycling session & health may suffer if you don’t get the right balance
Over the last few years, the direct mount smart trainer has been recognised as the gold standard when it comes to indoor bike training. Kinetic has long relied on the Rock and Roll system to differentiate from rivals, but the lack fo a direct mount trainer has been a sore point. Not any more!
The Scicon AeroComfort Road 3.0 shows when it comes to moving your precious bike around the world, a bike bag can be as good as a bike box
Suunto keeps pushing the boundaries of sport watch battery life. What has filtered down to the Suunto 5, and what didn’t make the cut?
The original Lumos Helmet was a game changer. Now the Lumos Matrix is taking that game to a whole new level with a 77 LED display on it’s rear!
The Elite Nero Smart Rollers are my first ride in the world of parabolic rollers. This is my preview of the Elite Nero system, and initial feels as to Elite new training tool.
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…
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.
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!
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…