We received a Park PCS-1 work-stand and a BK-2 rollup workshop from Park Tools to review. The PCS-1 stand was very easy to put together, I only needed a hex wrench and pliers to put it together. The stand is very sturdy, and very adjustable. Here are the specs of the PCS-1: ” Height adjustment [...]
Archive for August, 2005
Our new Partner Woodstock Bikes sent us the 505 to review. After opening the box I was pleasantly surprised to see that the bike came with a sweet pair of Shimano M520 Clipless Pedals, SPD cleats for my shoes, Allen wrenches that I needed to assemble the bike, relfectors, all the manuals and finally what [...]
With its downtown location, Veloshop, a combination bicycle repair and accessories store, naturally serves its share of bike messenger and racing customers. Lately, though, owner Molly Cameron has fielded a newer breed of patron: white-collar customers who, having ridden into work, leave their bikes for repairs while they do their 9-to-5 thing. “I’m getting tons [...]
Our new partners, Inertia Designs, have sent us a Business Pannier to evaluate. My first impression of this pannier was, well, this thing doesn’t look like a pannier!! Aside from the hooks and the bungee cord, this pannier will pass as a briefcase and a nice one too. The pannier is very roomy, it has [...]
Come check it out! I bought myself an MP3 player for Father’s Day and so far so good. Read the Review.
Overview: RIO Cali 128mb Mp3 Player DVD 18-hours of continuous playback with one AAA battery Compatible with computers with USB 1.1 ports running Windows 98 SE, 2000, ME, XP, Mac OS X 128 MB of memory for over 2 hours of MP3 or 4 hours of WMA music Secure Digital card/MMC expansion slot provides up [...]