Apparel & Gear Reviews: Page 8

Wahoo Kickr Climb

Wahoo finds another way to make indoor trainer workouts more realistic with the Kickr Climb, but this upgrade comes at a steep price.

Orucase Airport Ninja

This airplane bike case is disguised to help you avoid extra baggage fees — and it also does a good job of keeping your bike safe and secure.

Wahoo Kickr trainer

Wahoo remains the king of the smart trainer world with the Kickr, a stable, accurate, and user-friendly trainer that now offers a suite of accessories.

Review: Champion System zipperless Apex Elite Cycling jersey

Dan Martin had a good day during stage 6 of the 2018 Tour de France. He won the stage, in fact, while he was wearing this Champion System Apex Elite Cycling Jersey. It would be an otherwise unremarkable detail, but this particular jersey has a pretty special feature — or lack thereof: It doesn’t have […]

Spurcycle Saddle Bag

Spurcycle clearly didn’t model its saddle bag after any others on the market, and when a company takes such a course, the results are likely to be about as polarizing as possible. Fortunately, Spurcycle’s Saddle Bag lands on the right side of any controversy. It’s exceptional. The lunch bag-style pouch features a wide-mouth opening that makes […]

CycleOps H2 trainer

With a stable platform, good looks, and nearly best-in-class performance metrics, the CycleOps H2 comes close to dethroning Wahoo's Kickr.

Wahoo Kickr Core trainer

Wahoo's Kickr Core is likely the best smart trainer on the market for the price. It's stable, quiet, and easy to set up on Zwift.