Week in Review–May 1st, 2016

The Week in Review is a collection of both all the goodness I’ve written during the past week around the internet, as well as a small pile of links I found interesting – generally endurance sports related. I’ve often wondered … Read More Here

AirDog Action Sports Drone In-Depth Review

Like most Kickstarter projects, it’s been a much longer road than anticipated to get their product off the ground.  But unlike most Kickstarter projects, AirDog literally needed to get off the ground and into the air to be successful.  It … Read More Here

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5 Random Things I Did This Weekend

Another busy weekend, but this one almost full at home.  At least I was home by Friday night – and that’s what counts, right? 1) Trained back from UCI Headquarters in Switzerland I had gone down to Aigle, Switzerland on … Read More Here

Week in Review–April 24th, 2016

The Week in Review is a collection of both all the goodness I’ve written during the past week around the internet, as well as a small pile of links I found interesting – generally endurance sports related. I’ve often wondered … Read More Here

PowerPod releases new GoPro/Garmin combo mount for triathlon bikes

As I alluded to last week, the winds of the bike mount world be blowing strong this spring. Not one to be outdone, PowerPod has jumped into the combination GoPro/Garmin mount market for triathlon bikes with their latest product.  This … Read More Here

Fitbit Alta In-Depth Review

It’s been a touch over two months since Fitbit announced their most recent wearable, the Fitbit Alta.  Like all of Fitbit’s entrants this year, it was designed to be more fashion focused, while giving incremental upgrades in terms of features … Read More Here

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A WatTeam PowerBeat Power Meter Update

Today WatTeam has announced that they’ll be postponing further shipments of their $499 PowerBeat power meter, while they work out some kinks that the first shipped production units have run into. You’ll remember the journey started about 20 months ago … Read More Here

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My Sea Otter 2016 Trip Recap: The Festival, Riding, and More!

It’s time to wrap up my Sea Otter 2016 related posts.  I spent last week in the States, first in NYC for some meetings, then off to San Francisco, before finally ending in Monterey (California) for the Sea Otter Classic.  … Read More Here

Sea Otter 2016 Power Meter Tidbits: Stages & Verve Infocrank

Best I could tell, there were six power meter companies at Sea Otter: Garmin, 4iiii, Rotor, SRAM/Quarq, Stages, and Verve. I’ve already covered the new 4iiii product announcements in this post, and Garmin didn’t announce anything at Sea Otter beyond … Read More Here

Week in Review–April 18th, 2016

The Week in Review is a collection of both all the goodness I’ve written during the past week around the internet, as well as a small pile of links I found interesting – generally endurance sports related. I’ve often wondered … Read More Here

K-Edge shows off new Wahoo ELEMNT mounts that are already shipping

There was more than one company showing off new Wahoo ELEMNT mounts at Sea Otter, and in the case of K-Edge, they’re already shipping them too.  The company had on hand the pile of new mounts, as well as some … Read More Here

360Fly 360° Action Camera In-Depth Review

It’s the all-seeing action camera in-depth review.  Or at least, the mostly seeing action camera in-depth review While I’ve talked about 360° action cameras a bit over the last year or so, it hasn’t been until now that they’re actually … Read More Here

Bar Fly shows off new ELEMNT mounts, also triathlon GoPro/Garmin combo mount

Mounts are definitely in full swing here at Sea Otter this year, and Bar Fly is here showing off a bevy of new mounts aimed at offering greater compatibility to more and more head units and accessories. If you look … Read More Here

4iiii Announces New Factory Pre-Install option, Dual Timelines/Prices

Today at Sea Otter, 4iiii has announced a slate of new products and outlined their future power meter plans for much of the year.  As you’ll remember, the company started shipping their $399 4iiii Precision power meter about a year … Read More Here

SRAM RED eTAP Wireless Shifting System In Depth Review

SRAM RED eTAP has probably been one of the more closely followed sports tech products in the cycling industry as it worked its way to release.  Of course, the vast majority of that multi-year journey was through various media spot … Read More Here

Paris-Roubaix 2016: A Day On The Route

Yesterday I made the trek to watch Paris-Roubaix.  While you might think that’d be as simple as a walk across town, the reality is that Paris-Roubaix hasn’t started in Paris in many decades.  Instead, it starts in Compiègne, which is … Read More Here

Week in Review–April 11th

The Week in Review is a collection of both all the goodness I’ve written during the past week around the internet, as well as a small pile of links I found interesting – generally endurance sports related. I’ve often wondered … Read More Here

Garmin slashes Vector pricing & adds Shimano pedals, Edge 25/810/Varia Radar & PowerPod on Sale

Phew! Ok, it didn’t all really fit in the title – I tried.  I used my bestest Twitter-like shorthand skills, but alas, it just looks messy.  So much stuff, so little space! So instead, here’s the quick bulleted version: A) … Read More Here

Trying Out The New NUT-R Wheel Action Cam Mount

You know what I like about quick releases?  They’re quick.  No, not just for the purposes of attaching your wheel – but rather, for the purposes of this post.  I mean seriously, how long a post could I possibly write … Read More Here

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A Weekend Skiing in Les Arcs

This past weekend I headed up skiing with my friend David.  We wanted to squeak in one last weekend of skiing before the resorts closed, and we hoped we’d also get some beautiful spring skiing days. 1) Journey to Les … Read More Here

Week in Review–April 3rd, 2016

The Week in Review is a collection of both all the goodness I’ve written during the past week around the internet, as well as a small pile of links I found interesting – generally endurance sports related. I’ve often wondered … Read More Here

Why your Garmin GPS is better off taking EPO

Last week, a DCR reader reached out to me to ask why his Garmin was storing EPO on it.  After all, EPO is one of the most widely known drugs for performance enhancement in cycling and other sports.  We certainly … Read More Here

The DCR Easter Bunny $600 Gadget Giveaway Winner!

This past weekend I held the Easter Bunny Giveaway, aimed at giving you a side of gadget to go along with your chocolate Easter eggs.  Some 6,193 of you entered over the weekend – which I believe is a new … Read More Here

Wahoo ELEMNT GPS Bike Computer In-Depth Review

It’s been exactly 30 days since Wahoo started shipping their first GPS bike computer, the Wahoo ELEMNT.  The unit was announced last year at Interbike in September, and while they had planned to have it in your hands by Christmas, … Read More Here

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5 Random Things I Did This Weekend

Here’s what I’ve been up to over the last few days! 1) Some swim & bike brickage First up on the weekend docket was a late Friday afternoon swim followed by a very short bike session. I got to the … Read More Here