Shimano Dura-Ace R9150 Di2 Groupset Review

31st May 2017

 

The 9150 Dura-Ace group set has the typical sleek design as we’ve seen in previous years. Some key differences are integrated thumb shifters on the hoods to control the rear derailleur, an updated rear derailleur design and rim brake callipers featuring ‘Booster Bridge’ and SLR-EV ... read more

Giro VR90 Shoes Review

31st May 2017

 

Let’s face it, we are all doing a lot more riding of the rough stuff nowadays and while the bike sales people are always pedalling parts to add some venture to our new adventures sometimes you’ve just got to think outside the box and see what’s best for you.   Me, I was gett... read more

Apidura Pack Review

26th May 2017

 

If you’ve every thought about a multi-day adventure ride than bikepacking is the simplist solution. Bikepacking is essentially rackless luggage systems without didicated racks. The benefit with these systems is they’re super light, fast and can be fitted to any bike. Pack your overnight ... read more

Rapha Women's Windblock Brevet Jersey Review

17th May 2017

 

Imagine having one jersey that covers multiple purposes. Rapha, as always, has pulled this off with finesse. There’s no need to layer up or sacrifice food or tools to squeeze in a gilet with this jersey – it’s the ultimate multitasker.     Made with merino wool - the... read more

Trek Domane SLR 6 Disc Review

21st April 2017

 

Over recent years, the Trek Domane has built a wellearned reputation as a comfortable ‘endurance’ bike that’s equally at home in a race environment. However, Trek’s engineers – with a bit of help from ‘Spartacus’ - have now taken the 2017 model’s abili... read more

Flaer Revo Via - Impression

19th April 2017

 

The concept behind the Revo Via is relatively simple: a chain that’s well lubricated will generate less friction, therefore is more efficient. However, even the slickest lubricants tend to be the least viscous, which means they tend to dry up. Flaer developed the concept for power gains and ha... read more

Scicon Rain Bag Review

4th April 2017

 

Let’s be honest, bags may not be the most exciting object of your cycling kit. But, would you be interested if your kit was already organised before your morning ride?   It would certainly save the time scrambling in the dark, trying not to wake up your spouse and ending up with mismatc... read more

Bell Zephyr MIPS Helmet Review

8th March 2017

 

Belll Zephyr MIPS Helmet Review DISTRIBUTOR:WORRALLS RRP: $379   MIPS - a multi-directional impact protection system - has revolutionised the helmet industry by reducing rotational forces on the brain caused by angled impacts to the head during a crash. Most modern helmets come equipped wi... read more

Tineli Berry Slice Women's Kit

26th January 2017

 

TINELI BERRY SLICE WOMEN’S KITDISTRIBUTOR: TINELI NZ RRP: JERSEY, $129.95; BIBS $159.95   My first impressions are positive, I immediately like the detail and colour way. With summer coming on I’m excited to test Tineli’s premium spec jersey with highly breathable Vent fabr... read more

Fabric ALM Saddle Review

26th January 2017

 

FABRIC ALM ULTIMATE SADDLE DISTRIBUTOR: WORRALLS RRP: $449.90   Finding the right perch is a critical part of getting your touch points on the bike sorted. And Fabric have left no stone unturned in seeking to achieve the perfect solution; even enlisting the engineers from Airbus Group Innov... read more

 

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