It’s the holidays, where riding opportunities are sparse and snacking opportunities, plentiful. The season is over, it’s snowing outside, you’re pounding nut roll like you’re getting paid for it. Off-seasons are for gluttony and sedentary life right? Wrong! Well, wrong if you have hefty goals of breaking PR’s, pushing your limits and arriving fit this
Look has just released their new X-Track mountain bike pedals, which they claim provide the best weight to contact surface ration on the market today. The X-Track XC SPD pedals provide 515 mm² of contact surface thanks to a 60mm-wide platform in a 150g package on the highest-price X-Track Race Carbon TI pedal ($ 249.99
The Praxis Lyft crank seen here mounted on an Evil Calling trail bike with SRAM Eagle drivetrain. Praxis is a Santa Cruz, California-based company with its foundations rooted in research and development. They came up with the 11-40 wide range 10-speed cassette in 2015 that gave many riders a reliable and cost-effective 1x gearing solution.
The iXS Trail XC helmet takes design cues from the popular Trail RS in a lighter weight package The first glimpses of the iXS Trail XC helmet came at Eurobike last year. Now the brain protector has come to the U.S. A slimmed down, lighter weight iteration inspired by the Trail RS Evo, the Hans
Staying in shape is tough over the holidays, but can make a bigger difference in performance than any gift under the tree. If you’re a weight weenie, you’ll spend pretty much anything to shed a few grams. But, would you better off spending that money at the gym, shedding some weight around your midsection? To