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THE PREDATOR PAIN MACHINE


The ErgoBike is a heavy duty training tool from Predator Cycling which was co-developed with Adam Duvendeck of Momentum Coaching.

A few days ago, my friend Big Sam decided to take on the Predator ErgoBike and — as you can see in the video — he got owned. Now you have to understand that Big Sam is a big dude… that’s why we call him Big Sam. In terms of brute strength, he’s definitely one of the most powerful cyclists I’ve had the privilege to ride with. It’s kinda frightening to see what this little stationary trainer did to him after a few efforts.

The Predator ErgoBike definitely seems like an essential training tool for the competition-minded track cyclist focused on power and resistance workouts. Check it out at Predator Cycling.
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2012 GEAR GUIDE: PREDATOR CUSTOM TK1 BAR


This has to be one of the coolest new track products available. Predator Cycling has taken their trademark "Major" Handlebar system and applied it to the integrated stem of the Felt TK1. The result is a fully customized integrated bar and stem system and when combined with a world-class frame like the TK1, there’s no topping it.

Pictured above is the Predator Cycling’s first bar for the TK1 which is custom made for Cody O’Reilly. Since I stop by the shop all the time, I’ve witnessed this bar’s construction process square one (yes, they are made by hand in a little shop in Santa Monica). The final product is STIFF — just look at how beefy that joint is! On this particular model, the tops of the bends have been squared for use in Cody’s main event, the Madison. I heard a rumor that Kevin Mansker will be getting a custom sprint handlebar next so we might be seeing these puppies in action at the World Championships next year.

Check out more details of the TK1 Major at Predator Cycling.
Sorry about the lack of posts today.  I’ve been trying to get some other things done.

In the meantime, I stopped by Predator Cycling not long ago and checked out the new team bikes which are looking really badass.  I won’t do the full reveal for you right now but these are the headbadges.  They are each meticulously handcrafted by Jennifer Green at Revolution Cycle Jewelery.  She does awesome work and does high quality custom designs for a really decent price.  If you are searching for a headbadge for your bike, take a look at what she can do for you.
Sorry about the lack of posts today.  I’ve been trying to get some other things done.

In the meantime, I stopped by Predator Cycling not long ago and checked out the new team bikes which are looking really badass.  I won’t do the full reveal for you right now but these are the headbadges.  They are each meticulously handcrafted by Jennifer Green at Revolution Cycle Jewelery.  She does awesome work and does high quality custom designs for a really decent price.  If you are searching for a headbadge for your bike, take a look at what she can do for you.

Sorry about the lack of posts today. I’ve been trying to get some other things done.

In the meantime, I stopped by Predator Cycling not long ago and checked out the new team bikes which are looking really badass. I won’t do the full reveal for you right now but these are the headbadges. They are each meticulously handcrafted by Jennifer Green at Revolution Cycle Jewelery. She does awesome work and does high quality custom designs for a really decent price. If you are searching for a headbadge for your bike, take a look at what she can do for you.


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