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2022 Eurobike tech gallery #8: Cargo bikes galore

So many incredible options for carrying your kids and your stuff.

Has Aerosensor finally cracked at-home aero testing?

Aero Sensor is a new aerometer system claiming unparalledled accuracy and ease of use with a host of possible use cases.

NBA star LeBron James buys equity in Canyon Bicycles 

New investors point to ambitious growth plans for Canyon in the US market.

New MADE custom bike show picks up where NAHBS left off

Three straight years of North American Handmade Bicycle Show cancellations have opened the door for a new event that caters to custom bui...

2022 Eurobike tech gallery #7: Odds and ends

Carry your kids, or help them carry their own stuff, and keep an eye on everything in the process.

SaveMyBar plugs offer up cheap insurance for pricey carbon handlebars

Jumbo-Visma unfortunately had ample opportunity to test these out during the Tour.

Enve reveals its first production road bike, the Melee

Another premium aero road bike enters the fray.

2022 Eurobike tech gallery #5: Niner, Northwave, Park Tool, and more

Niner’s new RKT 9 RDO looks ready to rip, Northwave debuted a bunch of new shoes for on-road and off, and Elite is helping keep the ick o...

Eurobike tech gallery #4: African handmade steel, AirTag mounts and aero lights

Tools, tech, and a new bike from the many floors of Eurobike 2022.

German upstart Qvist puts an ingenious spin on the classic star ratchet hub

The cleverly simple mechanism promises ultra-fast engagement without the usual durability concerns.

2022 Eurobike tech gallery #3: Magnesium, wacky sunnies, and lots of new tires

Vaast has a new magnesium road bike, Scicon continues to push the style envelope, and Hunt previewed a new flagship aero road wheelset.

Elite's new Aria is the smartest and most adjustable fan we have seen

Elite adds power meter pairing and core body temperature control to speed and heart rate in a new air-filtering smart fan for indoor trai...

Bryton unveils Gardia R300 rearview radar and tail light

A competitively priced rear view radar with stats set to give the Garmin Varia some stiff competition.

Up close with the Scope Atmoz tyre pressure management system

Scope Cycling has a secret or two hiding behind the €4,000 price tag.

2022 Eurobike tech gallery, day two: Magnets, motors, and 3D-printing galore

3D printing isn’t just for saddles anymore, Fidlock is (maybe) going after Boa, and your next bike fitter might be a computer.

2022 Eurobike tech gallery, day one: Shimano, EVOC, Feedback Sports, and more

Shimano partners with Blubrake for ABS e-bike brakes, EVOC’s new case is ace for integrated cockpits, and say goodbye to disc brake rub.

FSA unveils 12-speed K-Force WE road groupset

FSA has updated its WE K-Force groupset with an extra sprocket, a host of claimed reliability improvements, and a familiar look.

Classified partners with leading wheel brands for its Powershift hub

The two-speed internal gear hub will soon be available in wheels from Enve, Mavic, DT Swiss, Reynolds, and more.

POC is working on cycling helmets fitted with airbags 

A study with automotive safety specialist Autoliv points to a concept worth furthering.

Shimano introduces automatic Di2 shifting

It's only for e-bikes for now, but it has big implications for other bikes moving forward.

Why is Wout van Aert allowed to race in a Red Bull helmet on the road?

Van Aert can do what others can't, and we aren't just talking watts.