Mavic’s marketing boasts that the company has yellow blood in its veins and certainly the company’s signature colour turns up in abundance in its components and its clothing and in…
Spanish company Rotor is famous for its Q Ring elliptical chainrings, used by many pros. It has an extensive in-house manufacturing facility and we recently took a tour.
Katusha rider Alexander Kristoff may have ruined the grand unveiling of the Canyon Aeroad Disc as he posted photos of the unreleased bike on social media.
The MyZone baselayer comes with an integrated heart rate monitor, so you never again need to try and remember to put on your heart rate strap before a ride.
We pick out the biggest tech stories from the last seven days, including your Garmin's hidden tricks, and the clever computers that could soon replace it.
Specialized has given Dan Martin a special 'Emerald Panda' S-Works Tarmac bike to ride in Liège-Bastogne-Liège as he tries to recapture the glory of 2013.
The Haiku cycling computer is controlled using hand gestures, which let you swipe between navigation, speed and time, and smart call and text notifications.
If your videos of your rides are a little boring, then you might want the Acer Xplova 5, which will only start filming based on your heart rate or location.
A buyer's guide to the best bib shorts
Good news for Rams fans, you can now buy a cycling jersey replica of the Derby County club kit, which is available to buy through the club shop for £60.
The SpeedX bike has become one of the most successful projects in the history of Kickstarter, raising over $2,000,000, which is more than 2,000% of its goal
There's much more to your Garmin Edge computer than just speed, time and distance, and it has some very cool hidden features that you might not be aware of
Rider’s association the Cyclistes Professionnels Associés (CPA) has come out in criticism of the UCI, saying that it failed to take into account rider fears about the safety of disc…
We pick out the biggest tech stories from the last seven days, including the ongoing saga around Ventoso's disc brake injury, and updates for your Garmin.
Cycling Weekly has been to the National Windtunnel Facility in Glasgow to find out which bits of cycling kit offer the best value aero advantage
New 3D power meter from the Canadian brand hits the scales and just 9g
Industry body the WFSGI has spoken out in support of the future of disc brakes in road races, saying that it will work with the UCI as part of a…
Taiwanese company Merida has said that it remains fully committed to disc brakes but recognises that changes need to be made to improve safety for the pros.
Two of the big three groupset manufacturers have sought to distance themselves from the growing scandal surrounding Fran Ventoso's alleged disc brake injury
Garmin has released updates for its Edge 1000, 810, and 510 computers, meaning integration with SRAM Red eTap and EPS, and new in-depth training features.
Oakley has just launched the EVZero, its lightest ever frame, available with either Path or the larger Range lens option
While in summer you should always be able to ride in shorts and a short sleeve jersey, and in winter you’re wrapped up in a jacket and bib tights, spring…
Tinkoff's head mechanic Christophe Desimpelaere takes us through the bike and modifications Peter Sagan chose for Paris-Roubaix
Here is our video of the Specialized S-Works Roubaix bike Tom Boonen used to ride Paris-Roubaix
Tom Boonen rode his trusted Specialized Roubaix, a bike named after this very race, with special inserts designed to flex and absorb the hand numbing vibration of riding on the…