Garmin Edge 200 Review
January 10, 2012
This review is for all those riders that have never used a GPS device, either in a car or on a bike. I had never used one, and while I was aware of these gadgets and what they could do, they were always too pricey and overstocked with features to appeal. That was until Garmin […]
HED Jet 6 FR Wheel Review
September 23, 2011
A few weeks ago I was introduced to a gentleman named Brent Dawson through one of my teammates. Back in the late 90’s and early 2000’s Brent was pro cyclist, Junior World Teams Pursuit Champion and Elite Australian Criterium champion. He’s still a gun rider in his own right, but his main business now is […]
Neil Pryde Diablo Review
July 15, 2011
Back in May I was fortunate to be invited to join the Neil Pryde team and race the Tour of Friendship in Thailand with them. One of the perks of this gig was that they supplied me with a brand new Diablo to try out and race in some testing conditions.
Is Wood The Goods?
April 11, 2010
In the early days of cycling (pre- 1950’s) the best material choice for rims was wood. As with most things technology has progressed and different materials have evolved to made wheels stronger, lighter and the ride more comfortable. You can imagine my surprise when I walked into Cycling Edge the other week and saw a […]