Trying to nail down differences between tires (and bikes) by riding the same course multiple times with different equipment. Not sure if the experiment solved anything, but the results were interesting…
Here’s my review of the Bell Wireless Cyclocomputer, a low-cost bicycle computer that offers basic functions such as speed and distance, as well as extras such as a backlight, thermometer, and calorie counter.
I recently purchased a pair of Cannondale Chrono Pants and have been wearing them regularly for several weeks, and have been quite impressed with the product.
I’ve been riding my Puch Cavette II quite a lot recently, and I have it pretty well dialed in, so I thought I’d detail the modifications I’ve made to make it road-worthy…
Although the Dahon Vitesse D7HG is fairly well-appointed for touring, it’s good to test that before relying on it. So I did a dry run of the Dahon with a typical touring load. Success!
Picked up a used folding bike, and took it for a first ride — with panniers and on gravel, naturally. Here are my initial impressions of the Dahon Vitesse D7HG.
I recently picked up an old 10-speed bicycle, a ‘Puch Cavette II’, from a garage sale. It’s not a high-end bike, but it’s a quality machine, and I’m hoping to update it a bit and make it a fun ride!
I’ve just completed a long-term test of the Liquid Wrench Chain Lube on my Long Haul Trucker, and here are my results: It’s less expensive than bicycle-specific chain lubes, and seems to work just was well. Bottom line: recommended.
This is the packing list for my Flint Hills semi-self-supported bicycle tour.
A bicycle touring equipment torture test, and introducing two roadies to the joys of rough-riding.