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Friday is here and what better way to jump start your weekend than with the Peloton Week in Tech review from the Peloton Service Course. From Pinarello’s ‘entry level’ Gan RS to PowerTap’s new P1 pedals, we’ve got you covered with everything fresh in cycling tech. We even included a little throwback from the pages of peloton, with Greg Lemond’s often polarizing, but difficult to argue with, radical geometry thoughts.
To start the Peloton Week in Tech off, we profiled the Pinarello Gan RS Maglia Nera on Monday. At $5,000 for an Ultegra build it’s a bit pricey, but hey, it’s a Pinarello. Look for a full review with a detailed ride report of the Gan RS in the upcoming Italian issue of peloton magazine.
For Tuesday, we looked inside the pages of peloton’s 50th issue to find Lemond’s ‘Radical Geometry’ by James Startt. Most commonly known as a pioneering Tour de France champion and more recently as a sports commentator, LeMond has continually promoted top-end performance bikes that emphasize stability and comfort.
Photo by Yuzuru Sunada
On Wednesday, we showcased three items; two for the dedicated racer and one for those who want to relive their ride in video – the Omnium Portable Trainer from Feedback Sports, the PowerTap P1 Pedals, the Camile Camera/Cyclocomputer from Mini Wing.
Read: Mid-Week Mini Gear Guide
Over the hump and onto Thursday, we went budget-custom with Walz Caps and its new Build-a-Cap program to round out the Peloton Week in Tech. If you’re looking for your own peloton gear, check out our online store at shopmovepress.com.
Read: Go Custom With Walz Caps
The Amgen Tour of California starts on Sunday and we’ll also be attending the Magura Press Camp in Sedona the following weekend, so stay tuned for some guaranteed new tech buzz next week from the #PelotonServiceCourse.