Pioneer Gen-2 Powermeter Review
Pioneer isn’t a company you think of when talking powermeters. However, inside the US division of the company are a number of cycling enthusiasts and when they began tinkering with the idea, they realised that they had all of the technology in-house to be able to create a powermeter with all the best features that […]
The best of Eurobike 2014: bikes and wheels
CyclingTips’ roving reporter Dave Everett has just returned from the world’s biggest bike expo, Eurobike, and is currently sharing some of his highlights. In part two of this series, Dave talks us through some of the bikes that caught his eye.
The best of Eurobike 2014: helmets and shoes
The world’s biggest bike expo, Eurobike, was held last week and finished over the weekend. CyclingTips’ roving reporter Dave Everett was on the ground in Friedrichschafen, Germany to check out all the latest and greatest bits of tech that were announced and what we have to look forward to in the months and years to […]
DHB winter clothing review
DHB is Wiggle’s in-house clothing brand. While it might not command the same brand appeal and reputation as, say, Castelli or Assos, we wanted to see how dhb’s winter gear stacked up and whether it’s time for a rethink when it comes to perceptions of the brand.
The Turbine: backed by science or a simple placebo?
After the stage 1 team time trial at this year’s Vuelta a Espana Chris Froome tweeted that he had just used the Turbine breathing aid for the first time, saying that it made a “noticeable difference” and that he’d definitely use it again. So what is the Turbine? What do the creators claim it can […]
In the wild: SRAM Wireless Electronic Groupset
Back at the Tour of California the SRAM electronic groupset was spotted on some of the Bissell Development Team’s Trek Madones but it was up for debate whether or not it was true wireless as anticipated, or if indeed there were cables. The prototypes we saw in California had wires coming from the front and […]