Review: The supremely functional SweatHawg Headwear

Truth be told, the reason this review is coming out in the middle of winter is because I became so used to the SweatHawg that I forgot about it. It sounds weird, but I’ve been using this product daily for the past almost 6 months and I forgot it because it works, it makes my ride better, and it doesn’t cost the Earth. The SweatHawg headwear has become a fully integrated part of my cycling kit. It should be part of yours too. The SweatHawg headwear is aimed at anyone who sweats, and that’s all of us on a bike. […]

Fusion Peak Bike Fitting in Review

So, you have your brand new bike, you have all of the accessories, and you have the great kit to wear on it. Feels good, […]

Seeing sense with See-Sense smart lights

When it comes to the bike lighting arms race, there is usually an escalation in light output and/or battery life between brands and models. The […]

Review: Sticky Pod – the bike stuff organiser

“Who wants to try a Sticky Pod?” I stuck my hand up (pun intended) because I already knew the Sticky Pod wasn’t a snack or the latest computer […]

Book Review – Fast After 50 by Joe Friel

Yes, I am over 50, but I only got serious about cycling about 4 years ago. I did have an active background in rugby league, rugby union, […]

The Comfort Zone – RedWhite BibKnicks Review

We’ve all had them – those rides when every minute in the saddle is uncomfortable. You might get some temporary relief by getting off the […]

Review – Nite Flux Red Zone 8 400 Lumen...

I like products made for cyclists by cyclists, and when they’re Australian cyclists, it’s much more likely to address my situation, since I’m also an […]