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  • 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 […]
  • BDop Elite Road Cable Kit Review07.02.2016

  • Cables can be an important consideration of your next build, a bad set of cables often means poor shifting quality and spongey brake lever feel. Having said that, the stock cables from Shimano and Campagnolo are often decent choices, with low friction and easy set up,¬†but are there other viable alternatives? Over the last month, […]
  • 2016 Mavic Ksyrium Elite Review26.12.2015

  • The Mavic Ksyrium Elite are¬†one of the ‘old guards’ of the Mavic lineup, with the first wheels to bear the ‘Ksyrium’ name dating back to 2000. 16 years later the Ksyrium Elite rims have gotten lighter and wider, with the current iteration featuring 17mm internal rims and a wheelset weight of 1583g. 1583g for an […]
  • Vittoria Rubino Pro 3 review18.10.20151 comment

  • Most seasoned cyclists have a favourite tyre of choice, a tyre which they¬†can rely on, representing the the ‘best’ compromise of all the characteristics they desire. I’m aware that many of us are not overly fussed with durability, and desire the best road feel. However, for myself, I want to be able to get through […]
  • Giro Trans E70 review09.07.20158 comments

  • For 2015 Giro updated their popular Trans shoe with a slightly different carbon sole and new designs. I’ve been riding these shoes for the past 3 months, here’s my opinion on them. Still featuring the same Easton EC70 carbon sole, the Trans E70 now has replaceable heel walking pads. The actual design of the sole […]
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