The Garmin Vector pedal was rumored months ago to be produced by ( the generally regarded as B-list ) pedal maker Exustar. Those rumors were shot down pretty quickly but a side by side comparison reveals more then a few similarities... Shown here with their $85 entry level resin pedal ( one of the best deals in cycling right now ).
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Cyclocross season is coming up quickly!
Here is a great improvised chain watcher thought up by Dillon at Cheshire Cycle in Connecticut. It's made from a bike reflector mounting bracket ( usually garbage ) and a zip tie.
Among all the news of electronic Ultegra and 11 speed Athena no one seems to have noticed this little ray of sunshine for all those entry level bike buyers out there..... 10 speed Shimano Tiagra. Listed here on a BH model. Scott also will have one, among others we're sure.
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Vegas flights booked! Last year C.A.N.R.S. brought you some of the most interesting items from Interbike as they were happening. This year we are playing around with smartphone applications that will make for instantaneous transmission of photos, quotes, specs, and breaking news. Can't go to interbike?
Take the trip with us!
A hot new seatpost came across our desks the other day. Ratio is an Italian company making the parts in Taiwan and China. The Tacto seatpost is light ( 185 grams ), inexpensive ( $150 ), and has more back and forth adjustability in it then just about any other seatpost known to man.