Review: Knog Blinder Arc 5.5 Road Cyclist Light

When Knog released their highly anticipated high powered lights, us Aussies were enjoying long and warm days. Early morning starts on the bike were already bright and this made it hard for the Blinder Arc 5.5 to really shine through – pun intended. The Arc is a new generation of light from Knog designed to let you see and not just be seen. Now that the cooler and darker months are coming to Australia, it is time to gear-up; the Arc light will appeal to both road cyclists and commuters. High powered lights tend to run with external battery packs, […]

Challenge Accepted: Magellan Cyclo 505 GPS Computer

Though Magellan is a household name in GPS navigation, Garmin have totally dominated the GPS cycle computer market; they’re the default choice for those on […]

Rubena Flash Stop Thorn Ultimate commuter tyre

When I’m commuting I can’t afford to get a puncture. They’re time consuming, frustrating, messy, and potentially dangerous. City streets seem to have it in […]

Airace: Bicycle Pumps and Minitool on Review

It is refreshing that Airace are not a generic copycat brand, rather they have an original identity and style and concentrate on bicycle pumps, plus […]

Fly6 – not an action camera, a safety camera

The Fly6 is not yet on the market, but it has already become a roaring success. The Australian inventors, Andrew Hagen and Kingsley Feigert, took […]

A New Point of View – Sony Action Cam

Sony boldly entered into the sports action camera market in 2012, taking on the market leader Go Pro and making some headway in a very […]

First Look – SIX30 Cycling Compression Wear

You may be already know that two of the biggest names in compression wear, 2XU and Skins, both have an Aussie heritage. This “performance sportswear” […]