Overview of Lezyne Micro Drive Light

 

Lezyne's Micro Drive LED steps it up a bit from the Femto Drive. Lezyne's MOR Optics technology shapes the 70 lumens emitted from the single LED bulb into a bright beacon of visibility. Your visibility to other motorists is increased by Side Visibility Cuts—two half-moon cutouts on either side of the lens—which allow the bright red light to be seen from the sides also.

Light & Motion Vis180 Light Overview

Staggeringly, blindingly bright, the Vis 180 from Light and Motion could be the best and last rear commuter light you will ever buy. Seriously, this thing is bright-it's like looking into the sun. Satellites will see you just as well as motorists will on your commute. Our friends at Light and Motion continue to put a lot of time into the evolution of their commute-specific lights, and it shows.

Review of BOS Deville Suspension Fork

Timing is everything, and if you ride mountain bikes in the United States, your time is now. Bos Suspension, ridden to multiple world championships in downhill, cross-country, and even rally car racing, is finally available in the States. Born of competition, the Deville is a true connoisseur's component; infinitely tunable and optimized for performance in every respect.

Overview of Garmin Vector Pedal System

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Garmin has changed the game with their Vector Pedal system, the first pedal-based power meter that independently measures your left and right balance along with other power metrics, improving performance like never before. The Vector system transmits via ANT+™, so it's compatible with virtually all Garmin computers, and many other high-end head units.

Overview of Ergon SM3 Pro Saddle

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Ergon specializes in making contact points on the bike as comfortable as physically possible. That being said, the Ergon SM3 Pro Saddle is unique in the saddle world. Ergon spent a lot of time researching how the sit-bones make contact with the saddle and the result is a saddle that looks a bit different than other saddles.

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