Interview: We find out why Mr. Hambini is the new rising star of cycling reportage, and why we need more like him.
Canada has seen a lot of great bike companies emerge over the past two decades, from small builders through to some of the best-known names in the sport. Add to this list the Aquila marquee, based out of Toronto. We took their brand-new Equipe-R for an extended riding and racing test, and found a bike that is light, responsive, and balanced.
The Aircode from Lapierre is an aero-styled racing machine tested and approved by Team FDJ.fr’s riders on the WorldTour that has seen such results as Thibaut Pinot's 3rd place on the final podium of the 2014 Tour de France. Lapierre have just released their 2016 version of the Aircode and before it even had a chance to hit the shops our man in France, Chris has been out testing the Aircode SL700 this past month.
American Classic's new Carbon 46's are a lightweight tubular wheelset designed for serious cyclists who want it all - speed, acceleration, reliability and superior aerodynamics. Do they deliver? Our man in France Chris Selden has been testing them over the past 6 months through all sorts of conditions to find out.
High tech carbon beauties, old fashioned steel master pieces plus all the latest, greatest and just plain bizarre that the bike industry has on offer was at the Taipei Bike Show. Lee Rodgers was there front and center taking it all in and here are some of his highlights from the 2015 show.
As the PEZ himself and our Technical Editor Charles are hard at work in the midst of Interbike let's step back to Eurobike for a moment for one final look at some of the best bikes and gear that were on display in Germany. Clothing from Castelli & Sportful, accessories from Ritchey, bikes from Lapierre, Eddy Merckx, GT and more.
There are a lot of car racks out there, but the Solo Glow from Saris is unique in so many ways. The rack does what it says on the label; it carries one bike and it glows but as PEZ man Jordan Cheyne found out in this extensive test there's a lot more to it than just its hip design.
Pez Tech: As a continued part of our detailed look at tubeless wheels today here's another look at last year's American Classic Argent Tubeless Wheel Review from Chris who was a tubeless newbie before this test but quickly became a convert. So much so that he now rides and races exclusively on tubeless wheels since this review.