Once again the world’s biggest bike show has been used as the launching pad to release the latest and greatest in bicycles, gear and cycling technology. The new electronic shifting (eTap) from SRAM was finally unveiled while Spanish brand Rotor increase their presence in groupsets with hydraulic shifting and FSA (Full Speed Ahead) now also bring in wireless shifting. The power meter segment is exploding and the prominent crank based power meters from Stages move onto carbon cranks supporting FSA, Campagnolo, SRAM though not Shimano. Trek and Specialized remain absent, preferring alternative formats to launch and present their range. Visitors to Eurobike will hardly notice […]
Berlin is a magnet; centrally located in Europe, it teems with history, culture and innovation. The city is home to thousands of start-ups, though the company in focus in this […]
The Spanish brand, Rotor Bike Components have announced that they will release a complete groupset at Eurobike in Germany (which opens next week). Named ROTOR UNO this goes one step […]
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Truth be told, the reason this review is coming out in the middle of winter is because I became so used to the SweatHawg that I forgot about it. It […]
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