Sep. 18

Wahoo Fitness adds Pioneer’s advanced pedaling metrics to ELEMNT/BOLT

Today Wahoo and Pioneer announced a bit of a partnership that will bring Pioneer’s advanced power meter pedaling metrics onto the Wahoo ELEMNT and BOLT head unit lineup. These metrics have long been only available on Pioneer’s head units, and roughly rival what Garmin has done with Cycling Dynamics (though, …

Sep. 18

Pioneer announces new color-mapping GPS bike computer, plus new power meters

In some ways Pioneer can be easy to forget about in the power meter scene, though, I’m honestly not sure why. They’ve consistently delivered a new round of products every year at Interbike – almost as consistent as Apple can be counted on to deliver new iPhones in September. Each …

Sep. 18

First Look: Kinetic R1 Direct Drive Trainer

And just like that, Kinetic has joined the direct drive trainer flotilla. But unlike everyone else, their trainer actually rolls. Or tilts I suppose. I guess it could roll if you fall off it. Kinetic has taken their popular Rock & Roll series of trainers that spans back more than …

Sep. 17

5 Random Things I Did This Weekend (Tahoe Edition)

From mountain biking around Tahoe to to hiking the mountains, it's all outdoors all the time!

Sep. 13

The New Polar Vantage Series: Everything you ever wanted to know

The new Polar Vantage V and Vantage M include a slew of new features, from new training load metrics to recovery metrics. Plus the Vantage V gets running power too.

» Wahoo Fitness adds Pioneer’s advanced pedaling metrics to ELEMNT/BOLT
» Pioneer announces new color-mapping GPS bike computer, plus new power meters
» First Look: Kinetic R1 Direct Drive Trainer
» 5 Random Things I Did This Weekend (Tahoe Edition)
» The New Polar Vantage Series: Everything you ever wanted to know

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