SIA: Zeal Optics Ski Goggles
Recorded at the SIA Snow Show 2013 in Denver KineticShift visits the Zeal Optics booth to get a look at their high tech goggle designs. Spokesperson Allie explains the features of the HD Camera and Z3 GPS Goggles.
SIA: Kali Helmets
Recorded at the SIA Snow Show 2012 in Denver KineticShift’s Enid Burns visits the Kali Protectives booth to get a look at Kali’s unique helmet design. Composite materials guru Brad Waldron has created a helmet with increased impact dissipation and lighter weight.
Magicshine MJ-818 Bicycle Tail Light
The cryptically named MJ-818 should simply be called the “Photon Torpedo.” It is without a doubt the brightest and most visible bicycle tail light I’ve ever seen. After reading this review, check out our video of the light in action.
Interbike 2011: Quintana Roo Kilo Carbon Time Trial Bicycle
Peter Suciu of KineticShift talks to Trey from Quintana Roo about the 2012 Kilo Carbon Time Trial bike. Trey gives the low down on why this affordable bike might be the way to go next season.
Interbike 2011: Tern Folding Bicycle
Enid Burns of KineticShift talks to Joshua Hon VP of Tern Bicycles about the features of their Eclipse model. This folding bicycle has a unique dynamo hub switch that allows the rider to turn off electric power production. The bicycle also has other characteristics to fit an urban life. The stem height and reach can be adjusted by hand in about 2 seconds while the entire bike can be folded and bagged up for storage in around 15 seconds. It also sports a peculiar chain cover that will shield your body and clothing from grease.
Interbike 2011: Surly Rims Go Big
If you need traction and flotation in mud, sand, or snow, surly rims and tires have a combination for you. They offer tire sizes up to 4.7″ wide! If you don’t require this type of extreme gear they are still worth a look. They have hilarious names and are simply outrageous. Filmed at Interbike 2011 in September.
Interbike 2011: MOOTS MX Divide
For 30 years, MOOTS has been creating hand built bicycles that seek to strike a balance between liveliness and stiffness. This spring they will add a full suspension 26-inch and 29er to their collection. The MX Divide is a 100mm (4-inch) front and rear travel bike. At Interbike 2011 in Las Vegas, we got a first look at this new bike and Jon Cariveau from MOOTS talks about the main features on the bike. The MX Divide production models will be available in March 2012 and as of Interbike 2011 in September, the price had not been determined.
KineticShift Rides Stage 2 of the USA Pro Cycling Challenge
KineticShift’s Brian O’Connor and Mike Prendergast ride the stage 2 course of the 2011 USA Pro Cycling Challenge