Here's one for all you 'gravellers' out there: DMT KM1 XC/Marathon shoe, Arundel Czar and Tycoon handlebar and top-tube bags, XPEDO CXR Pro pedals, Castelli Unlimited jersey, Moots Routt 45 gravel bike, Rapha men's Explore long sleeve pullover and Zipp Service Course SL handlebar, stem & seatpost.
Gift Guide #8: Last chance saloon for getting those presents in time. 'Gift Guide #8' has yet more ideas for your cycling loved one, although that might be yourself: DMT, TruTrainer Power Rollers, KASK, KOO Eyeglasses, GORE Clothing, Sapo BJRO Micro Pump, Provis, ROUVY Holidays, Giordana, DZR Socks, DeBoss Jersey by Reggie and Lintaman shoes. Merry Christmas everyone!
VIDEO: The DMT road shoes line-up for 2019 is their best ever, as I saw up close at Eurobike. Their new top-level KR1, KR2, and D1 road cycling shoes feature the Italian brand's latest shoe technology, including lighter weights, better ventilation, BOA lace enclosure systems.
With the days cooling off and sunlight fading, my reduced ride time leaves a bit more for writing. And after some long summer miles on a variety of gear, here’s the long run news on DMT Kyoma shoes, Modolo Curvissima KX carbon bars, and Selle SMP’s Strike saddle.
The good folks at DMT and their North American Distributors at Upland Sports Group took offense to Pez’s complaint about all the nice stuff in cycling costing so damn much. With a firm “So there” they sent us a set of shoes that are a few notches from their top cost to let us know that “trickle down” technology at DMT doesn’t trickle very far…
There was an advertising campaign a few years back that attributed a certain athlete’s impressive performance to the tag line “It must be the shoes”. Not being too inclined at ball sports, it took until now - trying out the new DMT Flash Carbon cycling shoes, for me to understand what those original ads meant.