A Cyclist Crashes “The Running Event” Party

I already have a foam roller that I use to massage my legs and IT bands, but I’ve read a lot of great things about the stick type of rollers as well….better known ast Torture Sticks.  I happened to be walking by the Medi Dyne booth when a group of women kidnapped me and forced me to roll my legs with one of their torture sticks. Okay, maybe it didn’t happen quite like that, but as I sit here writing it sure sounds like fun.  They told me all about the design of their RangeRoller and how it can be used to massage and give an effective deep tissue rub down of my body.  I’m not sure how important color is when it comes to torture sticks, but they wanted to make sure I went home with my ultimate color choice….and they’ll even create custom colors for those who really have to have the right combination.

Ryders – My New Fav in Sunglasses

I’ve been impressed with Ryders Eyewear ever since they first sent me a pair of sunglasses to check out, but liked them even more after having them as guest hosts on #bikeschool a few weeks ago.  After chilling out with their owner, Brent, and brand specialist, Joe, at Juan Pelota Cafe earlier this week….and then hanging out some more at the expo yesterday, I’m now a total fan of them and their company.

Quality and style are important to me when it comes to sunglasses, but personality and culture are equally important to me…for any company, and they are the real deal.  Ryders currently have an amazing line of sunglasses and from what they told me, things are only going to get better in the future.  These guys specialize in endurance sports and making sure that people look great and have the best quality and performance sunglasses on their face while doing them. Watch out Oakley, these guys are gunning for top spot.

Halo Headband – Keeping the Sweat Out

There are a couple issues that I often need to be solved while out riding, and I’m pretty sure the Halo Skull Cap that was given to me will solve them both.  Halo Headband makes headbands that are technically designed to keep that eye burning sweat and sunscreen out of your eyes when you’re cycling or working out.  At the show they had a display model getting constantly dripped on by water, and the band totally kept the water from going past and into the eyes so I was intrigued.

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