16th October 2010 Unlike previous record attempts that have tended to use purpose-built touring machines, the steel-framed Genesis Croix de Fer is a standard-spec cyclo-cross bike.
It's the season for maximum activity on the bike launch front. Matt Lamy previews 2011 new range offerings from Trek, Charge, Focus, Felt, Pace & Specialized.
Rebecca Charlton tries a Magnificent Seven high-powered front lights that are tough enough to survive the darkest lanes and meanest streets.
9th October 2010 For riders looking for their first wheel upgrade, the Ksyrium Elite is the initial port of call. Benefiting from machined rims that help reduce all-up weight to…
Campagnolo, Principia, SealSkinz, Pearsons, Ribble, and more from Earls Court, London
Cycle Show 2010: Selection of new bikes, products and multi-millionaire businessmen at Earls Court on Thursday
Cycling Weekly is looking forward to the Cycle Show at London's Earls Court. We crept in in for a look around while the exhibitors were setting up.
4th October 2010 “As a new brand we are exploring all potential routes to market across all territories around the world,” said Andy Smallwood, Boardman’s director of operations.
Tech news roundup: Rapha launch warming embrocation, Shutt VR show off their winter clothing and Genesis are pushing a new website.
Satnav giant Garmin buys MetriGear, a company with a pedal power measuring solution that's ready to go.
15th September 2010 Shimano claim the new synthetic material Rovenica stretches like fine natural leather for an amazing fit but also has remarkable memory and strength that always brings the…
15th September 2010 Nick Rearden peeks round the door at Cannondale’s HQ to get a sneak preview of the 2011 road line-up. We're getting back the CAAD8 all built up…
Seven of the best CO2 cartridge cycle tyre-inflation systems appraised and rated
15th September 2010 With a mixture of SRAM’s road and off-road components, this machine is designed for asphalt, gravel or mud and promises good old-fashioned fun.
14th September 2010 According to BMW, “The bike’s extraordinary colour was inspired by the legendary BMW 1802 from the 1970s." They're hedging their bets with quieter options, too.
New rim profile improves aerodynamics under less than ideal conditions, claim Zipp
Friday: 2011 bikes and products: Our final day's wrap-up from the Eurobike show in Germany
2nd September 2010 Indoor trainers enable you to keep riding even when the weather outdoors is foul. You can concentrate on quality over quantity with a proper workout programme and…
Thursday: After the initial disorientation of an ever-expanding and crowded Eurobike venue, today it was down to the serious business of finding the gems
Wednesday A carnival atmosphere in a booming bike market but that didn't stop the UCI from trying to spoil the fun