The team of engineers and designers at Reynolds, based in West Jordan, UT, has been at the forefront of composite design (and in many cases, professional bike racing as well) since the early 90’s and now they’ve finally applied that expertise to an off road composite wheelset.
Reviewed by Dave Sheldon Michelin’s enthusiasm for bicycle tires runs deep, as they produce a model for just about all conditions and uses, mountain or road. For this review, they pulled a set of XC Dry2’s out of their quiver and we cut them loose on our local trails.
Reviewed by Dave Sheldon When pre-season miles or long training days are on the ride menu, it’s reassuring to know that you and your machine are balanced on a solid set of tires. The Michelin Lithion fills this role nicely, and does so in a budget friendly manner.
Over 6500 visitors pack the hall—Show goes Tex-Mex for 2011
Richmond, Virginia—When the lights in Hall D of the Greater Richmond Area Convention Center shut down at 6 pm on the evening of Saturday March 2, 2010—Day 2 of the sixth annual North American Handmade Bicycle Show—there was noticeably something missing.
Reviewed by Brian Riepe I experience the same aggravating scenario every time I have a mechanical problem. By the time I’m done fixing it, my hands are covered with grease, grime, sometimes even a little cow poop (the source being my downtube or on my tires – it’s just something we put up with for good singletrack. “Share the trail”… Whatever).
Reviewed by Dave Sheldon Ok, I admit it, I’m a performance hound and will try just about anything that might make me go faster or suffer less when aboard two wheels. And although nothing I’ve tried during this fifteen-year quest has come close to the rocket fuel effects granted by coffee’s black bean, the search continues: enter Rotor Cranks elliptical Q-Rings.
Reviewed by Dave Sheldon In the world of bicycle saddles, weight reduction tends to detract from comfort, while the plushest rides always weigh a ton. But thanks to the Specialized Toupe, those concerned with weight and comfort can finally rejoice. That’s right, a lightweight seat that won’t bust your ass.