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Architect Jack Hudspith and product designer Ben Pawle have created a cycling glove with a smiley face on each side, to encourage road users to communicate with each other better. Read more
Earlier today we reported that Neil "Soupy" Campbell secured a new European bicycle speed record of 149 mph (240 km/h) while riding in the slipstream of a Porsche Cayenne Turbo. While that's certainly impressive, the overall record of 166.944 mph for such a ride was set in 1995 by Fred Rompleberg of The Netherlands. Until last Sunday, when 45 year-old mother of three Denise Mueller-Korenek
Navigation on a bike isn’t easy. You really don’t want to take your eyes off the road to look at the maps on your smart phone in order to get […] The post Blubel introduces smart bicycle bell for easy cycling navigation appeared first on ShinyShiny.
Cycling computers can certainly be handy devices, not only for tracking performance, but also for helping cyclists to find their way through the city. The new Mio Cyclo 210 offers an additional function, that could keep your usual ride routes from gettin' old... Continue Reading A cycling computer that gets creative Category: Bicycles Tags: Cycling
Ordinarily, cycling power meters are mounted on the crank, pedal, or sometimes even the rider's shoe. The AroFly, however, takes a different approach – it threads onto the rear tire's Schrader or Presta valve stem. It's also claimed to be the world's smallest power meter... Continue Reading Tiny cycling power meter mounts on a bike's valve stem Category: Bicycles Tags: Cycling
As technology advances, there are more and more electronic gadgets that take up space on a bike's handlebars – and they all need to have their batteries charged at separate times. Refactor Fitness' RF-1 is designed to simplify things, as it combines a GPS cycling computer, dual headlights and an HD camera in one device... Continue Reading Lights, camera ... cycling computer – this thing ha
Remember back when cyclists had to travel to a wind tunnel or velodrome if they wanted to get their aerodynamic drag measured? Actually, that time is now. It might not be for much longer, however, if the handlebar-mounted AeroPod reaches production... Continue Reading CdA-measuring AeroPod makes cycling less of a drag Category: Bicycles Tags: Aerodynamics Cycling
Remember back when cyclists had to travel to a wind tunnel or velodrome if they wanted to get their aerodynamic drag measured? Actually, that time is now. It might not be for much longer, however, if the handlebar-mounted AeroPod reaches production... Continue Reading CdA-measuring AeroPod could make cycling less of a drag Category: Bicycles Tags: Aerodynamics Cycling
Some serious cyclists have taken to using breathing strips or even stents to hold their nostrils open, in order to increase the amount of air that they're able to take in through their nose. Well, a new set of cycling glasses does the same thing, but using magnets...Continue Reading Speedcraft AIR cycling glasses use magnets to open your noseCategory: BicyclesTags: Breathing Cy
The traditional bicycle water bottle cage is one of those things that some people are just determined to make obsolete. Over the years, we've seen alternatives like studs and magnets put forward. One of the latest such inventions, the Freedom Cycle Hydration System, uses a bike-mounted "pin" that plugs into a hollow section in the bottom of the bottle...Continue Reading Cycling hydration syst


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