Winter is coming, and bicyclists everywhere are shivering in their clipless pedals. Enter the Terry Split Mitt: savior of biker fingers, Lobster Claw of warmth, Flying V of snug. The palms are nicely padded for bike glove shock absorption, the exterior is wind- and water-proof, and the glove’s warmth is maintained with a Thinsulate lining. …

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The Buckshot Pro from Outdoor Tech is an all-in-one speaker, powerbank (aka charges your phone!), and flashlight. (Pro tip: the strobe + the jams = instant portable dance party.) Pretty sweet. It’s still prime biking weather out there, and we’ve been riding around pumping the tunes with this thing for a few weeks now. The verdict …

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Before we even get to the Trunk Bag, let me tell you about Po Campo, the company that makes it. The story goes: Maria Boustead was a go-getting industrial designer in Chicago when she realized that she didn’t have a bag that was both sturdy enough to attach to her bike for her commute and …

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The following piece was written by Shelby Tramel, NYC-based cyclist and Director of Operations for Deux North, a cycling adventure brand. If you’re a cyclist, and even if you’re not, their escapades are worth following. Visit them here, and check out their latest “Hunt” to Spain here. – Zoe Balaconis, Editor [divider]The Essay[/divider] When I began …

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Specifically, I tested the iPhone bike mount, the Waterproof Case for iPhone5, and the float accessory.

The mount arrived in sleek packaging, complete with easy-to-comprehend directions. Attaching it was quick and simple. Once I fastened it to my handlebar, I simply popped my phone into the Lifedge waterproof case, which then attached directly to the mount. Snapping the case into the mount on either side, I had no doubts that my phone was secure.

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Kathryn Bertine’s line(s) of work invite intrigue; pro cyclist, activist, filmmaker, author, and journalist are just some of the roles that she assumes. This year, she and several elite riders formed Le Tour Entier and garnered nearly 100,000 signatures to petition the ASO to hold a women’s race in conjunction with the men’s Tour de France.

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uring long distance cycling events in Colorado,there’s a particular company who set up at key stages of the ride – in general, as you near the top of some enormous climb – with cameras to shoot photos of the riders. Later, they post the photos on their website by rider number, with the idea that …

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What are you supposed to do if you love to ride bikes but have a teensy car (like this Honda Fit) and no external bike rack? Our friends at CycleRest generously sent over an innovative new product for us to try out that tackles this very issue. Usually we just open the hatchback, take off the …

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