Argon 18 Nitrogen
For crits, you want power transfer and confident handling, and Argon 18's Nitrogen has plenty of both.
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The Singletrack.com Bike Test
Singletrack.com Bike Test: If you — and your bank account — choke on the phrase "quiver of bikes" when it comes to deciding on one or more rigs for cross-country racing and heavy trail ripping, well then, Singletrack.com's first-ever bike review just might be what you're looking for.
Head Shots: Singletrack.com Straps On Helmet Cams
The proliferation of helmet, or "wearable," cameras has never been greater, and there is one to fit just about every budget. Singletrack.com takes a look at the GoPro Hero, Epic Wide, the V.I.O. 1.5 and the ContourHD.
Head Shot: The GoPro Hero
The GoPro Hero is moderately priced, easy to use, takes excellent-quality HD videos, and it (so far) is virtually indestructible.
Head Shot: Epic Wide
For the least expensive option in the Singletrack.com helmet cam test, the Epic Wide works pretty damn good.
Head Shot: The ContourHD
The ContourHD is light and sleek, making it easy to forget that you have a camera strapped to you noggin while riding.
Head Shot: V.I.O. 1.5
This camera is the easiest to use out of all of the units we tested, but it's also the only one that has a camera connected to its business end via cable. That can be good or bad, depending on what you are looking for in video camera.