Lazer Helmet Australia

Review – Lazer Genesis LifeBeam Records Your Heart Rate In Your Helmet

The pace of innovation in the world of cycling is astounding. Beyond mechanical innovation, it is the electronic technology which has had the biggest impact on the way we cycle. Smart phones, for example, can be cycle computers which can also be interconnected with other bike devices such as lights, cameras, electronic sunglasses, and heads-up displays. Everything you ever (or never) wanted to know about your ride, such as your GPS trace, your power, and your heart rate can be collected, shared, analysed and compared to the nth degree.  The company LifeBeam caught my eye a while ago with their […]

Gazelle Bikes Australia

Gazelle Australia Closes and Distribution Changes

The most successful e-bike brand in Australia, Gazelle, is moving to a new distributer. Pon Holdings, the European owner of the Gazelle brand is closing distribution to Gazelle Bikes Australia […]

Reid Cycles SSCX Cyclo Cross Bike

Review Reid SSCX Single Speed Cyclo Cross Bike

If you visit Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth or Adelaide, you stand a good chance of spotting a Reid bike somewhere in these cities. The Australian company can still be described […]

Cycling Shoe Position

Bike Fitting and the Bicycle Contact Points – Feet, Bum and Hands

Cycling legend Jens Voigt once told another rider that his handlebars were too wide. The rider disagreed so Jens told him his shoulders must be too narrow. Jens was pointing […]

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