Latest News About DZR and Biking In General
Here's a video from our rider Tyler McCaul. He's testing and working with us for a T-max shoe. We'll be soft launching it in 2018.
You can see the stealthy version of the shoes in the video. Awesome rider, cause testing prototypes is no simple job, shoes are always exploding at the seams, but he always has clear and useful feedback. - Read More On Pink Bike
Simon Silver takes us for a ride Down Puerto Vallarta urban race course. A combination of dirt, stairs, natural and man made, this track looked to be a favorite among the urban races with a finish line in sight of the ocean.
At some point in your bike-riding life, you’ll be climbing a steep hill, or hopping over a pothole, or hitting the road with a faster crew, thinking to yourself, “What is it I’m doing wrong? Why can’t I keep up?”
85% of it is your legs. Ride more, push harder, challenge yourself. You’ll get faster, more skillful. For that last 15% though, your equipment has to be up to snuff. And 10% of that equipment is going to be your pedals. Are they clipless? If not, that right there is going to be the extra ‘umph’ you need to beast over that hill, hop over that obstacle, and keep up with your friends and rivals. If you don’t believe me, try it! My hand to god, if you get back and tell me I’m wrong, I’ll eat my shoes.
“But Maaarrrk, I want to just ride my bike around and not have to wear those silly shoes that I see all the srs bikers clicking and clacking around in all damn day!” Well, duh, you’re on the DZR blog! That’s what these shoes do best! I work on my feet in these sumbitches all day long, and forget I’m even wearing bike shoes until I hop on and ride.
When it comes to clipless pedals, there are a slew of choices; enough to make your head spin if you don’t know exactly what you want. That’s why DZR has tasked me with breaking down the three most common pedals you’ll encounter:...
Artist Carla Bartow is well known for her woodcut-style illustrations that have been the basis for bike culture posters like the Tweed Ride. Fitting with her artistic style, Carla takes a casual approach to her cycling apparel. But when she started a new job that required a long seven mile commute across town, she began to re-asses her apparel and opted for cleated shoes.
DZR has the two new Limited Edition shoes the Minna Mist and Minna Cadet, while Showers Pass is releasing the short sleeve Bamboo-Merino Henley base layer shirt, and Adidas has their Zonyk Pro Sunglasses in new colorways and LST/VARiO lenses.
You bike to and from the office any day you can. And we're right there with you. But your current gear could probably use an upgrade, whether that's a new multitool or pair of cycling shoes you don't have to swap out once you're off two wheels. Here are 10 smart ways to make cycling to work as effortless as possible.