review of the birzman feexman diversity 17 bicycle multitool with chain breaker tool and co2 cartridge inflator

Trailside Review: Birzman Feexman Diversity 17 multitool reaches the right spots

One of my biggest peeves with multitools are tool arms too short to reach their objective. There have been times when I've needed to...

Review: Ravemen CR900 900-Lumen Ultra-Compact Headlight

If you're an avid rider, or commute to and from work, you probably spend a good bit of time riding in the dark. Which...

Initial Review: Continental’s X-King 2.2 and 2.4 ProTection tires

Claiming to combine cross country speed with trail-ready grip and a cut-resistant tubeless ready casing, the Continental  X-King ProTection is targeted at everything from...

Review: Kurt Kinetic Road Machine is a solid, quiet, premium fluid trainer

In the age of connected "smart" trainers that relay your data directly to a computer (and soon directly into the cloud), a standard fluid...
Yakima's new one-bike hauler is compact, light, and easy to use.

Review: Going solo with Yakima’s SingleSpeed one-bike hitch rack

Where there was but one single-bike hitch rack available last year, now there are several. As someone with a weird work schedule and inclined...
Whistler Performance Lubricants, Fork and Chain Boost bottles

Review: Whistler Performance Lubricants’ Fork Boost and Chain Boost keep things clean and smooth

Bicycle lubrication has come a long way since the days of all-purpose grease and oil. For some time now I’ve been testing Whistler Performance...

Review: Yakima Fullswing 4 Bike Hitch Mast Rack

When Yakima offered up the chance to review their new Fullswing rack, admittedly a lot of my motivation was due to my desire to...

Review: Abbey Bike Tools’ Nearly Perfect Hanger Alignment Gauge

The derailleur hanger is an interesting part of your bicycle that probably doesn't get the attention it deserves. Originally one with the frame (still...

This Just In: Tacx NEO Smart indoor trainer gets you riding virtually, quickly

There's a battle for the online training entertainment king, but to take full advantage of Zwift, The Sufferfest, TrainerRoad, Bkool or any of the others,...



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