We take a look at the biggest tech stories from the last seven days, including a sexy new Wilier and a not-so-sexy British bike with carbon fibre mudguards.
The Garmin vivoactive HR could be the first smart watch that cyclists will actually want to buy, featuring most of the features of your cycling computer.
You don't need to have a fat wallet to be a weight weenie. Here are our top tips for making your bike lighter without having to dip into your savings.
Garmin has acquired DeLorme, an American company that specialises in producing satellite tracking devices that are capable of two-way communication.
Entry-level Boardman clothing will be available from February, with a full range of kit that could see you out riding in matching kit for less than £60.
Stebles Bikes is currently searcing for funding to put its unique machine with built in carbon-fibre mudguards into production after years of development.
HED says that it is open to sharing its aerodynamic developments with other brands after announcing that it had shared a wide rim patent with Specialized.
Many wheel and tyre companies are pushing tubeless tyres and wheels at the moment. For those who don’t know, tubeless tyres are similar to a clincher, but form an air-tight…
Handmade in the USA from a plaster mould of your feet, Rocket7 shoes are worn by Tom Boonen and Greg Van Avermaet and cost up to £1000 a pair
It's a rare sight to see a pro's bike that isn't hung with a power meter these days, so we've rounded up who's using what power meter in the 2016
The Wilier Zero.6 has been produced to celebrate the company's 110th anniversary, available in three different builds, with Super Record the natural choice.
Cycling Weekly's tech of the month for February: Rapha Shadow kit, Verve Infocrank power meter, Vittoria Corsa graphene tyres and Topeak Micro Rocket pump
Giant has become the latest big brand to go down the direct sales approach, which will see it selling bikes direct to its US customers who will then pick up…
We pick out the biggest tech stories from the last seven days, as the motorised doping scandal continutes, and a wearable power meter smashes Kickstarter .
Rear suspension on road bikes is hardly a new phenomenon, but is currently largely limited to cobble-eating bikes designed to provide some level of comfort over the rough terrain of…
The London Bike Show is back for another year, with the UK’s largest bike show taking over the Excel until Sunday. >>> Five of the most innovative products to see…
Six years of development, and a crowdfunding target smashed in less than 24 hours. That’s the story behind the Brim Brothers Zone DPMX power meter, the world’s first wearable power…
We previously reported on some alleged ‘electromagnetic wheels’ reported to cost 200,000 Euros each. The wheels were described as an inclusive system that when fitted to your bike would give…
Carrying a multi-tool when out cycling is essential: here's our pick of the best
Shimano has reduced its US prices by up to 40 per cent, but refused to comment on whether these changes would be replicated on this side of the Atlantic.
SRAM Red has received a complete graphic overhaul, to scale back the logos and make it look more like the recently released SRAM Red eTap wireless groupset.
Strava has updated your profile page to give it a sleek new look, with your photos placed at the top of the page to make it look like your Facebook…
Struggling to fit Speedplay cleats? Our step-by-step video guide will talk you through how to attach your Speedplay cleats and setting them up correctly,
Airsupply is an interesting invention that builds a bike pump into your seatpost, allowing you to inflate your tyres without the need for a seperate pump.
One Pro Cycling have announced that they will partner with FSA and Prologo in 2016, with the companies providing finishing kit for the team's Factor bikes.