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The Best Headphones For Cycling

The Best Headphones For Cycling

We did our work to find cycling-specific headphones. See if you agree with what we think!

By Brandon Turkus | June 24, 2021
Speedplay vs. Shimano SPD Pedals – Which Is Best For Road Cycling?

We have previously outlined why road riders should seriously consider “mountain bike” pedals. Basically, MTB pedals are two-sided, which is an advantage riding in urban…

By Brandon Turkus | August 26, 2021
First look: F1 Manager 2022 Video Game

Educational, informative, insightful, and gives a whole new appreciation and understanding of the hidden side of F1 – the side that isn’t cars going around in circles.

By Brandon Turkus | August 25, 2022

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Gamer: Forza Motorsport 4

We’ll cut straight to the chase. Forza Motorsport 4 is one hell of a game. In fact, in the realm of driving sims, this might be the finest console-based game ever made. Here’s why.

By Brandon Turkus | October 20, 2011
Gamer: Gran Turismo 5 For PlayStation3

If you’re anything like us (and frankly, if you’re reading our GT5 review the day that the game goes on sale, you’re a little like us) the following is probably true: you’ve played every instantiation of the Gran Turismo series, since the title’s debut in 1997. You’ve played them a lot. You bought and played GT5 Prologue, hoping against hope that the full GT5 would be released within weeks of completing that too-short teaser of a game. More than two years later, and after near-countless release date announcements and delays, you had almost given up on ever getting behind the wheel of the newest Real Driving Simulator. Those thousand-plus cars, seventy-plus track configurations, online gaming, track editor, and damage modeling were vaporware after all.

By Seyth Miersma | November 24, 2010
Gamer: F1 2010 For XBox 360

There have been plenty of racing games that have popped onto the scene over the past few years. The Forza series is a great road-racing game, while the Need For Speed series offers a more tuner-oriented racing experience. Rally racers are represented by the DiRT series, and a regular stream of NASCAR titles have been available as well. The one niche in the genre of racing simulation that has had the toughest time over the last decade, though, is Formula 1. While F1 licensed titles have come out like clockwork, none have really been lauded for their quality.

By Brandon Turkus | November 10, 2010

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