Posts by Category: Machine

Swiss Army Bike

Swiss Army Bike

When I reviewed the Raleigh Stuntman recently, I wondered if it might be possible to own a single do-it-all bicycle. It’s a fun thought, that you might be able to engage every kind of ...

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First Ride: Scott Scale

First Ride: Scott Scale

There’s nothing quite like having the right tool for a job. I have several Bondhus Allen drivers with the rounded tip for getting into bolts from odd angles. It occurred to me the other day ...

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Look Sharp: MSTINA and FYF

Look Sharp: MSTINA and FYF

Were you to use the sheer diversity of fit available in cycling jerseys and bibs as an indication of human anatomy, you could be forgiven for concluding that a cataclysmic saltation in evolution ...

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The Next Wave of Bike Computer

The Next Wave of Bike Computer

For a couple of years I’ve been hearing about a heads-up display for cyclists that has been in development. Richard Bryne, the CEO of Speedplay, first told me about an Israeli company that ...

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Summer PressCamp 2017, Part III

Summer PressCamp 2017, Part III

After years of finding tire development boring to the point of irrelevance, we’ve entered a period where tire development has cause a revolution in every corner of cycling. From road ...

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First Ride: Devinci Django

First Ride: Devinci Django

There’s hardly a brand that doesn’t have a demo truck, or several demo trucks at this point. This has completely changed the opportunity for test rides. More and more, bike shops can ...

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Friday Group Ride #367

Friday Group Ride #367

The American department store of the 1970s no longer exists. Big names like Montgomery Ward have closed. Others, like Sears, are in such advanced states of entropy that they are more like ...

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