John Cobb Gets Randee with New Long Distance Road/Tri Saddle

While it may look like a triathlete’s perch, the Randee is designed for long distance riders looking for a bit more comfort while resting toward the nose of the saddle. It’s John Cobb’s second JOF design, meaning “Just Off Front”, and is certainly inspired by the multisport crowd who tend to have their seats pushed […]

Javelin’s Wing-Shaped, John Cobb Designed Aero Front Hub, Plus a New Road Frame

Javelin just sent over some photos of their crazy looking new Zero front hub. As the photo suggests, it’s carbon fiber and wing shaped. The wing is fixed in position, presumably by clamping the hub with the (carbon fiber!) quick release once you have the wing where you want it…we’re double checking with them on […]

EB13: Cobb Designed Rudy Project Wing57 TT-Triathlon Aero Helmet Bends Air, Shell

Triathlon helmets aren’t typically something I get super excited about. But the new Rudy Project Wing57 time trial helmet has some really innovative features that really stood out. It’s a progression from the Wingspan they introduced a while back and was developed with aerodynamics guru John Cobb. At first glance, the biggest difference is the […]

Just in Time for Easter, Flourescent Rudy Project Wingspan TT Helmets

Rudy Project’s Wingspan TT helmet, released last year after testing by Team Milram in the 2009 pro race season, is now available in flourescent green, yellow and pink…just in time for spring. Designed by aerodynamics expert John Cobb, the Wingspan has a number of hidden features to customize it to the event, rider and even […]

What a Drag: Why Your Non-Dimpled Water Bottle Makes You Slow

Racers spend ridiculous amounts of money, time and energy to drop seconds, and Rocket Science says their water bottle will save 53 seconds over standard smooth bottles in a 40k ride at 30mph. Sure, you’re probably not crushing 30mph for more than a few minutes at a time…on downhills…but for $12, you can get their […]

Interbike 2009 – Wilier Imperiale Aero Road Bike

INTERBIKE 2009 – Wilier Trestina introduced their new aerodynamic road bike, the 2010 Imperiale, designed to minimize the effects of crosswinds and maximize aerodynamic efficiency. In the past, Wilier (pronounced vee-lee-air) worked with reknowned aero guru John Cobb (type his name in our search bar and you’ll find some other brands he’s worked with, too) […]

Rudy Project’s New External Skeleton Sterling Helmet

Rudy Project has upped their lid game with the new Sterling bicycle helmet.  It’s feature packed and comes in at around the same price as (or just lower than) the top-level helmets from other manufacturers. Shown here on six-time consecutive Tour de France Green Jersey winner Erik Zabel, who helped design the Sterling, it uses […]

New Wingspan Aero Helmet from Rudy Project

After being put through its paces in the 2009 Tour de France by team Milram, Rudy Project has just released their new Wingspan aero helmet for time trialists and triathletes.  Designed by aerodynamics guru John Cobb, the Wingspan features a unique rear end houses tall vents to keep you from getting all hot headed. Available in […]