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  • Sigma ROX 11.0 Review01.10.20178 comments

  • In February 2017, Sigma released an all new ROX 11.0 unit, aimed at replacing their aging ROX 10.0 unit. More than just a cosmetic update, the ROX 11.0 is feature packed, and a notable improvement over the ROX 10.0. I’ve been reviewing the new unit over the past few months, while it’s not as fancy as a Garmin it’s certainly […]
  • DT Swiss RR411 Rim07.09.20172 comments

  • Solid, wide and reasonably light would be my summary of the DT Swiss RR411 rims. Released in late 2016, I’ve had the pleasure of testing these rims long term. They’ve been through everything, from casual commutes to racing state championship events. Since this is weightweenies I’ll begin with the most important metric: aerodynamics weight. I tested the […]
  • Specialized S-Works Power Test13.08.20162 comments

  • When Specialized first unveiled the Power saddle I immediately dismissed it as one that wouldn’t work for me. When riding I like to switch between sitting on the rearward half of the saddle, and riding on the rivet. However, when a friend offered to lend me his S-Works power to try I was curious. Now […]
  • Jagwire Elite link cable review25.03.20164 comments

  • I’m usually someone who likes black. Black bar tape, black saddles, black bikes etc. I was in such a shock when I received a set of gold cables for review that I forgot to weigh them (sorry, but jokes aside I need to source a new set of scales before I can post weights). Since […]
  • BDop DIY Alloy Road Wheel Kit LT14.02.20162 comments

  • There are a few websites offering DIY style wheel kits, they supply the rims, hubs spokes etc. for you to build yourself. Recently, BDop Cycling has begun to offer a DIY kit designed to offer a light alloy clincher wheel at an affordable price. Like the cables that I reviewed earlier, the packaging for these wheels was […]
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