The Wahoo ELEMNT Bolt computer is Wahoo fitness’ newest product, and one of their coolest thus far. Made in collaboration with some of the best minds in cycling aerodynamics, the ELEMNT BOLT uses the same software as the ELEMNT, but in a smaller, lighter, and sleeker package. With this new design, you can shave up to 12 seconds off finish times.
For 2018, Cannondale has completely redesigned and redefined the Trigger and the Jekyll, giving them a way more aggressive geometry, a new suspension design, and an all-new dual-mode, dual travel shock through a collaboration with Fox Shox. The Trigger comes in 3 models, as well as a Women’s model, and the Jekyll comes in 4 models. If you haven’t, check out our last blog post for more information about the all-new designs for the Trigger and Jekyll models for 2018. If you’re already in the know, then keep reading for all the specs, geometry charts and photos! Continue Reading
For 2018, Cannondale has completely redesigned and redefined the Trigger and the Jekyll, giving them a way more aggressive geometry, a new suspension design, and an all-new dual-mode, dual travel shock through a collaboration with Fox Shox. The Trigger lives for big days in the big mountains, built for anyone ready to go all-out. The Jekyll has been re-engineered from top to bottom to be the best enduro race rig on the hill, kicking harder, cornering quicker and climbing easier than anything out there. Continue Reading
In 1999, Cannondale introduced the Bad Boy to their line up. Its original purpose was to be a training bike for Volvo-Cannondale riders, that could travel at high speeds and brake quickly and effectively, but over the years it has turned into a purposeful urban bike. This year, the Cannondale Bad Boy gets badder than ever. Featuring a stiff lefty fork, aggressive style, and high volume 650b tires, the Bad Boy 1 is the ultimate city bike. Continue Reading
In this three part series, we will be covering everything you need to know about your suspension and how to set it up. For the first part, we’ll be going over a breakdown of the main controls you need to know about. Continue Reading
If you’re a newcomer to cycling, or just shopping for some new gear, trying to figure out what to buy can be intimidating, as there is so much to choose from.
In this post, we’ll answer some common questions that we get from our customers, to help you decide what you need! Continue Reading
Whether you’re a recreational rider or a competitive cyclist, snacks are important for cycling. Eating the right thing before, during, and after a ride can make a big difference. Proper nutrition will help to maintain energy levels throughout your ride, as well as keep you hydrated. Continue Reading