PEZ reports from Day 2 of Eurobike 2016, and another jam-packed day checking out the latest cool gear from Ritchey Logic, Lezyne Engineered Design, Bell Helmets, and Konstructive Cycles.
The Ritchey Streem II carbon handlebar offers innovative shape, design features, and light weight. One of my favorite advantages of the carbon revolution in cycling has been the development of carbon handlebars - which has opened up endless shapes, sizes, designs, and stiffness characteristics that can simply not be had with good ol' aluminum.
As beautiful as the various new bikes on display at Eurobike were there was also literally thousands of new products to distract visitors too; wheels, helmets, accessories and more. Today we look at some of the ones that stood out at the 2015 Eurobike from BBB, Ritchey, Reynolds, Topeak, Fuji and Fabric.
It's a full sized road bike designed for easy travel, but it's an impressive performer that could easily become a daily ride. It's built to perform at levels most of us will love, delivering a level of comfort to take on the longest epic, with handling and speed to keep you in the hunt at your local club race.
The PEZ 'Test Bench' is getting crowded - but the testing is on and here's what you need to know about some cool gear that's come our way, like the Ritchey Superlogic Carbon C260 stem, Rudy Project Sensor glasses, BiKase Phone cases, UnTapped Maple Syrup Shots, and Ogio's new X-Train backpack.
The Interbike 2014 love just keeps on coming, here's a look at the new cycling gear from Ritchey, BH, Scapin, Giro, Rauler, and Infocrank.
Dr. Stephen Cheung is our resident sports scientist and a man that we're all jealous of with his worldwide 'work' trips as he continues his scientific journey through life. Combining travel with transporting a bicycle made his choice of rig easy - a steel Ritchey Break-Away that's travelled with Steve on some amazing experiences. Here's their tale...
Over the last two weeks we’ve seen the frame and headset of my latest personal project bike - the Moots RSL. With the headset in place, it’s time to bolt on the steering mechanism – I went with Ritchey’s Classic Road Bar & 4-Axis Stem - in classic silver.