Hacks! – Backpack Bike Hack

Fast, Light and spacious, is it even possible? In todays market I say its not readily possible so if you are like me and love a good hack, read on. Are you looking for a small cycling specific design to use in the summer on some longer miles but not be burdened by ultra sweaty back or a distracting wobble?

NoxGear 39g Bluetooth Speaker Review.

Small and light is an understatement - the product's name of 39g doesn't lie. Most of us don't actually know what 39 grams feels like. If you have felt any other Bluetooth speaker, well, the lack of 39g's weight speaks for itself. For comparison a JBL blue tooth speaker weighs 550 grams, and the Boombotix... Continue Reading →

A guide to 10, 11, 12 and 13! Speed

Microspline, HG, XD and XDR what fits? What fits? -sometimes the most challenging question on the technical side of bikes today. With every major brand offering several generations of gears and hubs it can get confusing quickly. The easiest way to narrow this down is by Manufacturer / Brand and what each brand does then... Continue Reading →

Route: Columbia County Sesh

Mainly a road ride, this one has been in my good books for a long time. A solid 80 miler starting near Scappoose Oregon, with challenging climbs and twisty descents, comes in with a sweet downhill finish.

Review- Recovery drinks

I vividly remember a summer a many years ago that peaked my curiosity for recovery drinks. After a monumental ride one of the strong guys had some in the boot of his car, strange looking and fussy he chugged it down. At first I infrequently used drinks, and then years later I started using them... Continue Reading →

Tips: Cleaning precautions on SRAM eTAP

A nice clean chain and pulley wheels really help the drivetrain. It has often entered my mind that bike components should be engineering for easy cleaning to promote life and performance. I had noticed in the past that some groups are easier to clean than others. Was it because they were trying to remove materials... Continue Reading →

Training Tips

If you're like me then getting the most out of your training is key, and nonchalantly jumping on the bike isn't going to do it justice when you are looking deep for those real gains not "bro gains". After many years of training I have found some important things to consider and things that work.... Continue Reading →

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