Rudy Project has been part of the top tier of cycling eyewear since the late 1980's when cool looking shades first appeared in the pro bunch. Lucky for us Rudy stayed there by maintaining top level tech to their huge line, like the newest release for road cyclists - the Tralyx.
My Castelli Backpack review fit in nicely my recent Giro coverage, when I received one of the first media samples in Sanremo Italy. It's part of their new line bags for the serious cyclist that offer up the quality, durability, and easy to use designs you'd expect from this top brand of cycling apparel for the roadie, and here's how it looks...
I’ve tried other portable battery rechargers, and actually found this Power Rocks Super Magicstick to be the simplest and best performing.
It's not one product, but four that all fit in the palm of your hand: smooth the skin with VELOBODY Shave Stick & Antifriction Chamois Cream, mount your phone with the BiKase DriKase, shout it loud with the Outdoor Tech® Buckshot Rugged Wireless Speaker, and charge it up with the Power Rocks Super Magicstick Portable Battery Recharger, Sort of...
Body hair removal is a necessary evil to anyone concerned with looking the part of a road cyclist. Fortunately, the maestros in the small motor division at Philips Electronics have released the Bodygroom Plus electric shaver, which makes keeping your shaggy dog at bay a whole lot easier.
PEZ reviews Bellwether Forma cycling bibshorts, Elite CS line Phase jersey and the Cadence line’s Retro cycling top. Cycle clothing tech has arguably become the tightest game in town (competition, not fit...) Bellwether have decided to play harder and a brand once easily dismissed by Pez have given us a surprise.