Paul brings purple back, a super-light bike lock, BSX monitors your hydration, and Yakima lets you camp on top of your car.
Pivot introduces a new 'cross bike that likes gravel too, Lazer unveils an aero road lid, Why bikes launches a line of ti frames, and Clement has a faster gravel tire.
This week's tech news roundup includes custom titanium bikes made by Utah-based Why Cycles.
In this edition of the VeloNews video review series, Tech in Motion, Dan Cavallari talks about new Garmin gear and Specialized's S-Works Prevail II helmet.
Moots unveils new bike, Smith gets in the Olympic spirit, Polar ditches the chest strap, and Brooks has a new helmet.
The latest news in the tech world includes a Yeti SB6C giveaway, disc brake wheels by Campy, and much more.
This week, Mavic unveils its new mountain bike rims, SRAM announces new eTap Clic shifters for aerobars, and much more.
Olympic hopefuls get smart glasses; Rapha has new shades too; you can ride the Giro with Bkool and improve your GPS devices — both Wahoo and Garmin.
Silca announces tubeless valves, Kask celebrates the Giro, Rapha offers free shoe covers, and Rudy Project has new Rx lenses.
Rolf reveals carbon clinchers, Speedvagen shows off 2016 bikes, new Bonk Breaker, Gevenalle and Lindarets/WolfTooth gear.
Enve offers new 'cross tubulars, Niner upgrades all-road frames with thru-axles, Lezyne will give away GPS computers, and more.
Helmet companies offer HR sensors and aim for better brain protection; IceDot has a new texting feature, and Dero maps Fixit stations.