That's a great buy for $60.
It was 2 degrees this morning, on commute to work (3kms). freezing, need to get a pair of decent gloves. any recommendations? I have defeet inner gloves, but fingers still froze with them on. They were better than nothing though.
On facebook I keep getting advertisements for Zwift has anyone tested this software out? Online cycling gaming software.
I've got some very good Specialized winter gloves, but even they're only rated to 7º. Anything below that you usually have to start wearing those lobster-claw looking things.
Also I've had a Specialized Romin saddle for awhile but it's started giving me grief, going to buy a Power when I'm back on the bike as I've heard nothing but good things.
As for Zwift ... I've got mates that love it but I couldn't be more bored on a trainer -- 3D visualisation or otherwise -- so I packed up the trainer and resigned myself to just dropping a ton of fitness while injured. It might be more fun with a KIKR trainer (which in hindsight I should've just bought as soon as I did the injury and sold it after six weeks) because then you'd at least get the variable resistance going but on a standard wind trainer it's just as boring as anything else.