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The boutique carbon parts manufacturer out of Seymour, Indiana is back with an updated website, and some very useful new bits for the discerning triathlete.
Some more interesting things we spotted on the showroom floor of Interbike's 2018 edition in Reno, Nevada.
Interbike was a wildly different beast this year, with many MAJOR brands absent. But we still managed to find some interesting bits and pieces out in Reno.
As Silca expands their offerings to cater to the average consumer, we explore the depth and breadth of their new products.
Silca made waves last year with a brilliant Kickstarter campaign for this clever mobile torque and ratchet kit. Here's our full review.
The Stinger is a simple and effective rolling ice massager from new player Recoup Fitness.
Another handy add-on accessory from the startup tool brand Fix It Sticks.
Fix It Sticks has released a small new accessory to their versatile mobile toolkit.
Silca's newest product has just taken Kickstarter by storm, scoring over six times its funding goal in just a couple days. Check out the campaign right here.
Here's an updated look at the Birzman lineup, including the trick new Snap-It Apogee, several wrench sets, and more.
In the last few years, direct-mount storage on the top tube has become a de-facto standard, but not all bikes have top tube bosses. Here's how you can add them yourself.
Andrew takes a close look at some of Specialized's newer aero accessories.
Silca is a venerable brand, just re-launched by former Zipp engineer Josh Poertner. It has a long history of making high-end, heirloom-quality pumps and pump accessories.
Birzman's innovative "Snap-it" connector makes their innovative floor and frame pumps a step ahead of the competitors. Here's our in-depth review.
Adding to their hugely successful initial product, Fix It Sticks is adding a replaceable-bit edition, made of stainless steel.
Fix It Sticks are a bold new take on the mini tool that gives you the power of a T-handle wrench in a pocketable form factor.
You'd better believe it - we're reviewing a shower head. And it's amazing.