Hands-on: Wahoo Fitness KICKR CORE Direct Drive Smart Trainer

Here’s your first dive into all the details on the new Wahoo Fitness KICKR CORE, from accuracy testing to sound/volume testing, plus feature comparison to the existing KICKR 2018.

CycleOps Shows Off New Indoor Trainer Moving Platform

This year at Eurobike it’s all about the very unique products. Be it the Elite Fuoripista or the Tacx Neo Bike Smart, companies are throwing out products that are pushing the boundaries of what we know of as indoor training … Read More Here

Tacx Neo Bike Smart: First Ride and Final Specs

Last year at Eurobike Tacx announced their intentions to make a smart bike, the blend of an indoor trainer and a bike. Similar to a ‘spin bike’ in looks, but under the hood totally different.  It’d have full resistance control … Read More Here

Elite Fuoripista 14,000EUR Indoor Smart Bike: First Ride and Specs

I anticipate the cheapest sports technology gadget I’ll release a review or early look on here at Eurobike 2018 will cost about $60. But perhaps I’ll end up finding something that fits into my realm for cheaper.  What I don’t … Read More Here

Elite Drivo II Smart Trainer In-Depth Review

How well does Elite’s high-end trainer handle apps like Zwift and TrainerRoad? I dig in with all the detail to see if it can stand up to it.

Garmin’s New $249 Edge Explore Full Mapping & Navigation Bike GPS: Everything you ever wanted to know

The Edge Explore is quite possibly the best deal in a bike computer that Garmin has ever made. The question is: Can you live with the features cut from i?

Zwift Available Now on Android in Beta

With just a few days remaining before Eurobike 2018, Zwift finally unleashed the Android version they touted last year in their booth at Eurobike 2017.  This version brings compatibility to run the entire game (versus just the companion app) on … Read More Here

Hands-on: WatTeam’s New Gen3 PowerBeat Power Meter

Here’s all the details you need to know about the new WatTeam Gen3 power meter, which finally includes the ability to easily swap between bikes.

5 Random Things I Did This Weekend

A busy weekend back home in Amsterdam after a few weeks of travelling.  I couldn’t begin to include all the random things in this weekend’s list, it was so packed with stuff.  So here’s the top five! 1) Openwater swim … Read More Here

Week in Review–July 2nd, 2018

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

Hands-on: Kinetic inRide V3 and Smart Trainers now support dual ANT+/Bluetooth Smart

This new low-cost $50 option gets you power on your Kinetic trainer quickly and easily. Plus, it adds in ANT+ & Bluetooth Smart support. I test the accuracy.

5 Random Things I Did This Weekend

Ok, it’s been a long day (it started Sunday morning for me, and it’s technically now 1:25AM Tuesday morning).  But I wanted to knock out this post before the week gets a bit crazy. Here’s what I’ve been up to … Read More Here

Zwift acquires Milestone, charts entry into hardware realm

In a move that will turn heads within the indoor training industry, Zwift has acquired Milestone and their famed inexpensive ($25) running footpods.  This isn’t the first time Zwift has dabbled in hardware, but it is definitely the first time … Read More Here

Tech Tidbits Friday: PowerPod’s new $199 model, Fenix 5 (non-Plus) gets Galileo, Tacx lowers prices, Eurobike preview

Ok, rounding up some of the week’s news in sports tech, here’s a few little tidbits that are definitely worth mentioning.  And some of them are hot off the press, primarily the totally unexpected Galileo one! PowerPod’s new $199 model … Read More Here

Garmin Fenix 5/5S/5X Plus In-Depth Review (with Maps, Music, Payments)

Everything you could ever want to know about the Garmin Fenix 5 Plus lineup, which includes the 5/5S/5X, and maps, music, contactless payment and PulseOx.

Thursday Tech Tidbit: Garmin Rolls Out Sleep Cycle Details, including REM Sleep

(This is the second half of what should have been ‘Twofer Tuesday Tech Tidbits’ earlier this week, until this tidbit broke free and decided to go live on Thursday instead. Thus…enjoy!) As of this morning Garmin has rolled out additional … Read More Here

Garmin Vivoactive 3 Music: Everything you ever wanted to know

Here’s all the details on the new Vivoactive 3 Music, complete with how the music transfer and usage works, as well as GPS and heart rate accuracy.

Tuesday Tech Tidbit: Wahoo sprouts ELEMNT BOLT in Red & Yellow

Today was supposed to be ‘Tuesday Tech Tidbits’ – note the plural aspect within ‘Tidbits’. Unfortunately, 7 minutes before this post was set to go live I got note that the other tidbit jumped ship. Like a Tim Horton’s donut … Read More Here

5 Random Things I Did This Weekend

Mid-last week we loaded up the family and jetted across the pond for a couple week visit to both of our families.  In this case, they were both conveniently currently located in Florida, making the jaunt between them far less … Read More Here

Week in Review – June 10th, 2018

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

Hands-on: The New Suunto 9 Multisport GPS Watch

Everything you need to know about Suunto’s latest and highly anticipated GPS device, and the successor to the Spartan series.

5 Random Things I Did This Weekend

Woah! This weekend flew by, it started in Amsterdam and had Paris squished into the middle of it all.  We’re already back in Amsterdam and playing catch-up as always, but here’s what went down! 1) Got the keys to the … Read More Here

SIGMA ROX 12.0 Sport Cycling GPS In-Depth Review

Everything you’d ever want to know about this solid contender against the Garmin Edge 820 and 1030 series bike computers. From mapping to Strava and more.

Week in Review: June 4th, 2018

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

How it works: Zwift’s New Training Plan Platform

Zwift continues to expand its platform, and this week was no exception when they rolled out interactive structured training plans.  Previously the workouts were mostly just in a giant folder structure of sorts.  That meant you had to pick and … Read More Here