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Liverider | For Iphone And Ipod Touch

LiveRider is the first wireless cycling computer and mounting system for iphone and ipod touch. A single permanently-sealed sensor unit is mounted on the frame near the rear wheel that measures both bike speed and pedal cadence and transmits that information to a receiving unit attached to the 30 pin connector of the iphone.  It includes a file system to save the detailed data from each ride which can be reviewed graphically or exported via email and imported into any spreadsheet, document, or database.



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SLOPE GEAR

Want to look good on the slopes? Need some hi-tech gear for you radical descents? we rounded up some of our favorite picks from our "snow" section. Check out some more photos and product details after the jump... ...
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OAKLEY AIRWAVE

Oakley has unveiled the new Airwave ski goggles. The screen integrates GPS, Bluetooth and more, and features multiple sensors that give you instant access to a wide range of important information. The revolutionary design lets you view jump analysis  with your distance, height and air time. Plus complete interaction with your phone, displaying text messages, controlling your music and answering phone calls. Watch the video...
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GRENADE GRIPS

Lifting with thicker barbells or dumbbells recruits more muscle fibers during your workout, allowing for more muscle growth and increased strength, especially in your arms and grip. Grenade Grips were conceived to increase the difficulty and cumbersomeness of pumping your barbells, dumbbells, kettlebells, and cable ropes. They also support athletic performance, strengthening hands and arms for pitching, bowling, climbing, grappling, or swinging an axe. Availab...
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