Triathlon Cycling

Thule T2 and T2 Pro XT Bike Rack Review

As far as hitch-based bike racks go, the Thule T2 lineup (classic and Pro XT) are sturdy, durable, and will get the job done for a long, long time.  While the price is a little higher than we would prefer, if you have the ability to extend your ...

Tacx Neo 2T Review

The Tacx Neo 2T -- Tacx's latest and highest end smart trainer model is a great smart bike trainer.  We view it as the Cadillac of all bike trainers -- or maybe we should get with the times, and say it is the Tesla.  Actually, the Neo is the Tesla ...

Indoor Bike Trainers

If you are like us, a good bike ride can make your day.  Getting outside, exploring, and having some sun on your face are all part of what we define as a great ride.  One of the problems with cycling, though, is that when the weather gets bad, ...

Bontrager DuoTrap Review

The Bontrager DuoTrap is an intriguing device for cyclists, especially those who use Trek bikes.  We needed to take a look at one close-up, and share with you our thoughts.  Overall, the DuoTrap is a good, smart device to add precision to your ...

Zwift vs. Sufferfest vs. Trainerroad vs. Peloton

The market for streaming cycling and bike training apps has exploded in the past three years.  A worldwide pandemic in 2020 only reminded people how important it was to be able to get a good workout without leaving home, a trend we expect to ...

5 Great Entry-Level Road Bikes

We love seeing people get into cycling – whether it is purely recreational, or to build up to longer rides, or to ultimately compete in a bike race or triathlon.  Our attitude is that the more cyclists there are, the more trails and bike amenities ...

Best Smart Bike Trainers and Cycling Apps Buying Guide

If 2020 taught us anything, it is that we should all have ways to get quality workouts inside our own homes.  We expect this trend to endure in 2021 and beyond. While the "smart bike trainer" phenomenon had been gradually building for years, a ...

Fat Bike Buying Guide (and Best Entry-Level models)

Fat biking (or fat tire biking) was invented, you could say, in Alaska back in the late 1900s, but it really started to become popular in the early 2000s.  Since then, the number of fat bikes you see on the trails, even when the weather is just ...

Our 5 Favorite Climbs on Zwift

Zwift has grown in its popularity by leaps and bounds, now with an estimated half a million users (maybe more) and being the talk of the town among indoor bike riders. For anyone with a smart trainer, they have no doubt heard of Zwift if they aren't ...

Perfect Zwift Setup

Getting setup with your indoor biking system at home seems simple.  You choose the device first. Smart trainer? Old-Fashioned trainer?  Integrated, higher-end system like Peloton? You will make the right call, we are sure of it. Then you choose ...