Review: Giro Aeon

The Giro Aeon is a classic. It has been around for a couple of years now, but it is still as popular as ever and still selling in massive numbers. It is also still a benchmark and other helmets have only recently started catching up. When it was introduced, it was hailed for it’s extremely…

Review: Sram Red E- Tap

Sram revolutionized the road group set market when they released the world’s first ever wireless group set. It was sleek and simple, yet extremely clever. It even uses a dedicated signal encryption to ensure no one mess around with your shifting while you ride. This was tested in the field with multiple racers and “ghost”…

Review: S- Works Epic World Cup

The Specialized Epic is a legendary bike. It has won multiple ABSA Cape Epics, XC World Cups, Olympic Gold medals and Marathon and XC World Championships. It has recently won the U23 Men’s XC World Championship and was piloted to an Olympic Silver in Rio. It seems this bike can do anything. It was this…

Review: Specialized Epic Comp Carbon

Specialized have recently released their new models for 2017. While some of their frames received the revamp treatment for 2017, the Epic frame remains the same for 2017. We have had this incarnation of the Epic frame since it’s release in 2014, so it’s getting on in years, but it’s still relevant and still winning…