John Bradley

John Bradley

 John Bradley is a former senior editor for Outside and currently the editor-in-chief of VeloNews. Follow him on Twitter @johnwbradley.

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First Look: Apple Watch

The new wearable will blow fitness tech wide open by not focusing on it.

John Bradley
May 14, 2015

An Ode to the Falling, Often Failing, Novice Athlete

I suck, frequently and enthusiastically. When I stopped sucking at Japanese, I started sucking at French. When I stopped sucking as a competitive swimmer, I started sucking as a triathlete—and as a...

John Bradley
Feb 15, 2015

Building a Better Post-Workout Beer

A Canadian company wants you believe that nutrient-fortified, low-booze beer can become an awesome post-workout beverage. Should you buy in?

John Bradley
Mar 10, 2014

Feedback Sports Alpine Digital Scale - Tools: Reviews

We double-checked the weight of every bike—and a lot of the other gear—on these pages with this user-friendly scale. Hang it from a work stand or roof beam, and see if those new wheels are...

John Bradley
Nov 1, 2010

GT Sensor 1.0 - Mountain Bikes: Reviews

Versatile and BurlyWe gave GT top honors in our 2005 Buyer's Guide, and the company's underrated proprietary "Independent Drivetrain" suspension continues to impress. The design has been refined over...

John Bradley
Nov 1, 2010

Cannondale SuperSix 3 - Road Bikes: Reviews

Climb Any MountainThe only difference between this frame and the one Cannondale's pros are racing in Europe is the carbon fiber. The SuperSix 3, built up with Shimano Ultegra components, uses a less...

John Bradley
Nov 1, 2010

Felt B2 - Road Bikes: Reviews

BEAT THE CLOCKWith a one-inch-wide head tube and bladed fork, the full-carbon B2 enters the wind like a dart. A multi-position stem adjusts for the sweet spot between aerodynamic crouch and lower-...

John Bradley
Nov 1, 2010

Kestrel RT700 - Road Bikes: Reviews

1. Twenty-one years after introducing the world's first all-carbon production frame, Kestrel continues to put a premium on stiffness and aerodynamics. But unlike true aero bikes, the RT700 loves to...

John Bradley
Nov 1, 2010

Louis Garneau Tattoo Jersey - Road Bikes: Apparel

The super-breathable Tattoo comes with 3/4-length sleeves for (minimal) extra protection, a loose fit that can accommodate arm and torso pads, and a roomy zippered rear pocket. louisgarneau.com

John Bradley
Nov 1, 2010

BMC Trailfox 01 - Mountain Bikes: Reviews

Though built for aggressive trail riding, this bike dished up so much speed, we had to double-check its specs. The aluminum Trailfox definitely uses all 5.5 inches of its travel, but the general...

John Bradley and Marc Peruzzi
Nov 1, 2010

Giro Section - Bike Helmets: Reviews

UtilityCity, Smarter Our favorite commuter helmet, the Section is the lightest in its class and sports eight vents. Too few? If you ever yard-sale in this hard hat, you'll appreciate its tougher...

John Bradley
Nov 1, 2010