Tagged: biking

Giro Code Techlace

The Giro Code Techlace Adventure Shoe Review

First Thoughts On The Giro Code Techlace The Giro Code Techlace are the perfect shoe for what’s slowly but surely been infiltrating the cycling industry for several years now. And no, I’m not talking...

Craft Glow Jersey

Craft Glow Jersey Review

Craft has been around since the mid 1970’s and boy, have things come a long way.  Not just for Craft but the cycling industry as a whole. From my perspective, Craft has reached a...

Marmot Women’s Logan SS Review

On our spring California road trip, I wore the Marmot Logan SS for four days straight. Sure, we were on a road-trip in a fully loaded 2016 Winnebago View, equipped with plenty of storage...

Rhone Sequoia 1/4 Zip

Rhone Sequoia 1/4 Zip Review

The Rhone team is a group of busy professionals as well as passionate athletes. Their findings in activewear clothing availability seemed that something was missing. They wanted something that could be versatile to stand...

Platypus Duthie AM 10 Review

Platypus is one of the top names in hydration and much like their competitor Camelback, they have a solid lineup of backpacks with integrated hydration systems for outdoor endeavors.  The Platypus Duthie AM 10...

Julbo Pipeline Sunglasses Review

  What’s coming down the pipeline? Julbo, that’s what. Sunglasses are difficult to test – more suited to individual tastes than just about anything we review, it’s hard to take an objective look at them. Just...

First Ascent Mistral Wind Shell Jacket Review

First ascent is the branch of Eddie Bauer that’s built for maximum performance. The line up has outerwear for every need, whether it’s undertaking your first Badwater marathon, or scaling the highest peak in...

Orbea Onix Dama TLT Review

I have a reputation of doing it all and more.  So when it was time to buy a new bike, I needed to make sure the bike could keep up will all my wants...