Lee Crane

Lee Crane

Lee Crane's career in action sports spans print, TV, and digital media; his work and handsome mug have appeared in and on Fox Sports, ESPN, and Transworld Media. Lee currently publishes several action sports websites and spends way too much time riding bikes and tracking those rides with all manner of digital gadgetry. He lives in Southern California with his wife and two children.
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Product Review

LG Lifeband Touch Activity Tracker Review

LG Lifeband Touch Activity Tracker review.
Product Review

Spree Fitness Monitor Review

Spree Fitness Monitor review.
Product Review

Fitbit One Review

Fitbit One review.
Health & Fitness

Arccos swings big data into your golf game

The Arccos GPS golf statistics tracking app for iPhone puts a caddy, coach, and stats keeper right in your pocket, and the data it captures might just help you shave a few strokes off your game.
Cool Tech

Cut those awkward heart-rate-monitor straps with TomTom’s Runner Cardio GPS watch

TomTom's latest GPS watches, the Runner Cardio and Multisport Cardiom, will keep an eye on your heart rate without the usual assortment of straps. Just slap it on and go.
Product Review

Garmin VivoFit Review

Going the distance: Garmin's Vivofit tracks your steps for a year between batteries.
Cool Tech

Garmin’s fenix 2 GPS watch captures more data, serves up phone notifications

The update to the well-received Garmin fenix includes a bevy of new features, including even more comprehensive analytics for athletes to dissect their performance, remote control for Garmin action cams, and even displaying notifications…
Product Review

Magellan Echo Review

Magellan Echo review.
Health & Fitness

Ski and snowboard gift guide

Conquer the slopes
Product Review

Nike+ Fuelband SE Review

Nike+ Fuelband SE review.
Product Review

GoPro Hero3 Black Edition Review

GoPro Hero3 Black Edition review.
Health & Fitness

Under Armour buys MapMyFitness, can now track sweat after wicking it from your body

In the past year, Under Armour has rolled out a handful of wearable tech like the Armour 39. With its purchase of GPS-tracking software company MapMyFitness, it’s poised to expand that offering considerably.