A buyer's guide to cycling GPS units, their functionality at different price points and alternatives to a full GPS unit
SRAM Red eTap will soon work with hydraulic disc brakes with the launch of the SRAM HydroHC disc brake levers and calipers, with details coming in August.
Put off by cycling in the rain? Want to ride into work without looking like a drowned cat? Then the Leafxpro 2 bicycle umbrella could be the product for you.
There was no mistaking who whose bike this was on the last stage of the Giro d'Italia, as Vincenzo Nibali rode into Turin on a bright pink Specialized Tarmac.
We pick out the biggest tech stories from the last seven days, including Canyon's move into the American market and Kruijswijk's pink and celeste Bianchi.
Canyon will open operations in the USA from spring 2017, with American customers buying bikes from Germany which will be shipped across the Atlantic.
How to choose the best helmet for you and your riding
We guide you through how to replace your brake pads, making sure that your new brake pads are perfectly positioned for optimum stopping and safer riding.
The Tago 2.0 cargo bike has smashed Kickstarter records with its design that is meant to let you carry your kids as easily as it carries your shopping.
Islabikes is known for its quality children's bikes. Now it has launched a range of premium bikes designed for the more enthusiastic young rider
With Eroica Britannia just around the corner – the vintage cycling festival runs over the weekend of 17-19 June – completing the look requires a pair of old-fashioned cycling shoes.…
Two of Orica-Greenedge young guns have been testing a new Scott semi-aero helmet at the Giro d'Italia, with Esteban Chaves and Caleb Ewan using the new lid.
Adopting a more aero position on your bike saves a lot of energy. It can help aero kit work better too.
While his teammates are almost all aboard the Scott Foil, Orica-Greenedge‘s Esteban Chaves is one of a small group of featherweight climbers within the peloton who stick with more traditional…
Grand Tour leaders are normally given a bike in the colour of their jersey, but that's not always a good idea as shown by Steven Kruijswijk's new Bianchi.
BeeLine, the company behind an innovative GPS navigation system, is giving away equity in the company in return for financial support in a new crowdfunding drive
We take a look at Domenico Pozzovivo's tiny Focus Izalco Max, which has to have lead weights in the down tube to help it hit the UCI's 6.8kg weight limit.
Lezyne is known for its pumps, although its range extends to GPS, lights, tools and packs too. Top of the tree for pumps are its track pumps with digital gauges.…
If you’re mainly using your bike for commuting to and from work, maybe with the odd bit of recreational riding at the weekend, then a hybrid bike might be the…
Our pick of the best tech stories from the last seven days, including the weird new Felt track bike, Rapha's unreleased skinsuit, and Sky's new TT bike.
We take a closer look at Rigoberto Uran's Cannondale SuperSix Evo for the Giro d'Italia mountain time trial, finding out what kit the pros use for this test
Think you're suited to Shimano over Campagnolo, or see yourself more as a SRAM kind of rider... well here's your chance to find out
Official video games for the 2016 Tour de France will be released in June, just before the big event itself
The Felt TA FRD track bike that US riders will use at the Rio Olympics looks quite odd with its drivetrain on the left-hand side for improved aerodynamics.
Is the UCI’s 6.8kg bike weight limit an outdated rule in need of reform, or an important safety measure?