DKCB, NAHBS Preview

DKCB

Stopped by DKCB and got a NAHBS preview. This 333 Fab whip is one of the show bikes and there’s quite a lot going on with it. I could write a book about all the details. If you’re in the Seattle area, see it at the shop or later at the show. That mouthful of acronyms?

Davidson Kullaway Custom Bikes and the North American Handmade Bicycle Show

Sdg

Not into politics, so don’t know how the awards are decided, but that bike has my vote–and mostly for the do-everything design. Also, it’s handbuilt right here in Seattle.

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SRAM RED eTap: Answering the Right Questions


Ahead of the Spring Classics, SRAM has released a backgrounder on eTap’s development.

Pivot Phoenix DH Carbon

The New Pivot Phoenix DH Carbon from Pivot Cycles on Vimeo.

So much to catch up on after a long weekend of fat biking in the Methow Valley, and we’ll start with this PR from Pivot and the edit. Rode Pivot a few years ago during a media event and here in Seattle, that’s why I share their content still – exceptionally well engineered. Also not a brand everyone else has on the trail.

Set your racing on fire. With input from the Pivot Factory racing team, the new Phoenix DH Carbon is 2/3 of a lb lighter, and offers more go-fast features than any other gravity offering on the market. In this video, rider Bernard Kerr, Eliot Jackson and Emilie Siegenthaler offer their input and feedback on what makes the new Phoenix their choice for the 2016 World Cup and Crankworx season.

Mark V reviews: BioLite PowerLight Mini

Occasionally I happen upon an item that completely takes me by surprise. At first glance the PowerLight Mini from BioLite looks like an odd tail light masquerading as almost-vintage flip phone. BioLite is a company that is perhaps better known for making clever devices such as a camp stove that smokelessly burns wood to generate heat for cooking while simultaneously providing electricity to charge a phone, GoPro, or other electronic device. I thought so they’re making a bicycle tail light, ho hum. It turns out that the PowerLight Mini is so much more than just that.

Garmin Varia Reviewed

How a bit of software and tech may save the lives of many cyclists

On Medium Bicycles, Matt Haughey reviews Garmins’s rear-facing radar.

Once you have the rear light mounted and sync’d to your computer, you simply start riding normally and whenever a car approaches you from behind (up to 500 feet away) the right side of your bike computer screen will turn red, beep, and show an approaching dot animated on your screen.

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