Masi Evoluzione Ultegra Di2 Review
Mar20

Masi Evoluzione Ultegra Di2 Review

The Masi Evoluzione Ultegra Di2 is the subject of today’s musings, but to start hands up who has heard of Masi? It would be fair to say Masi is not well-known in New Zealand, but they are loud, proud and rich in history. For those history buffs you can read about it here. For those less interested in history, Masi bikes are backed with a sound knowledge of building race machines and come with a little Italian flair. Why are they loud?...

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Focus Cayo 2.0
Jan20

Focus Cayo 2.0

Fast, plush and comfortable are the three words I’d use to describe the Focus Cayo 2.0. Stepping onto any test bike is a gamble as they are unfamiliar and you have to pay attention to the little things, all while avoiding trouble on Auckland’s Roads. Turns out the Cayo was a delight, helped out because Roger, whose ride this is, is similarly sized to me. A sense of refinement The Cayo 2.0 is produced by a German company that (pardon...

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The electric revolution
Dec23

The electric revolution

http://cyclelane.bike/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/eUrban.mp4 Cyclelane founder, Chris Baylis, decided to pack away the lycra and test out an electric bike. Cycling with an electric motor has been slow to catch on in New Zealand despite popularity around the world. It may be because many hardened cyclists have traditionally scoffed at the idea of having a motor assist you while cycling. It could also be that in the past, the bikes were...

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