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Gargoyles The Cardinal Cycling Sunglasses Review

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In the movie Terminator, starring Arnold Schwarzenegger, it was the ANSI Classics by Gargoyles that added mystery behind Schwarzenegger’s immortal roll in the film. Today, the eye wear maker continues to style all of its glasses with notable character, including its sports line.

The Cardinal Cycling Sunglasses are a prime example of Gargoyles’ ability to keep up with the times, making the brand a prominent contender in its industry. Its modestly curved design allows for use on and off the saddle.

The Signature Green lenses are satisfying to the eyes against bright outdoor settings, to say the least. Its lens technology does well at vetoing any refraction or distortion, aiding its active users in their mission to achieve optimum clarity when it counts most.

Pleasingly contrasted against its Black accommodating frame, the Cardinal’s lenses are literally bullet proof, enough to withstand a .22 caliber bullet at 20 feet. Its…

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Bicycle Dreams Movie Review

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Stephen Auerbach was nice enough to send the crew at Bike Reviews a copy of his documentary Bicycle Dreams, so we popped some pop corn, dimmed the lights, and sat back and watch the movie, and prepared ourselves to give a review. Before we jump into our thoughts on Bicycle Dreams, we will give you some information on the movie if you have not heard of it.

Bicycle Dreams captures some incredible cyclists as they cross America on a bike, and they have 10 days to complete. For many, this is a lifetime dream and achievement, but once they hit the roads the hardship of the race starts taking a toll on them day by day. Any more information and we would spoil the movie.

Focusing on the race itself, which is called “Race Across America”, is a bike ride from the Pacific to the Atlantic coast, totaling 3,000…

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