More sensors, enhancements to activity and recovery metrics, and ‘Sleep Coach’ improve upon the previous version of the recovery monitoring wearable.
Here's the cycling technology news making headlines for Friday, January 14, 2022.
VeloNews technical expert examines brand cross-compatibility of brakes and drivetrain components.
A real-world example of how rolling resistance impacts effort, and duration, over a 200-mile gravel ride.
Users with unsupported operating systems will need to update their devices if they want to continue Zwifting.
Cycling GPS maker re-ups with Sylvan Adams' WorldTour team for two years.
Zwift adds new routes to the recently added world, while improving the home screen presented when the game starts up.
Wahoo System incorporates The Sufferfest with other immersive cycling training tools and experiences into a single platform.
More features and more input sources, but still with a super-easy and helpful user interface.
The newly added feature in the cycling route creation tool allows users to specify and view different types of road and trail surfaces.
Strava allows all mobile app users to share live tracking of their activities with designated followers.
Enhancements improve user experience and game performance with new equipment, routes, and in-game physics.
The latest updates to the activity tracking tool offer improvements to maps and data privacy, and enhancement to data displayed on maps.
What you'll need to increase gear size — and rear derailleur tooth capacity — for Campy, Shimano, or SRAM drivetrains.
VN tech ticker: Bernal presents Pontiff a Pinarello, Zwift updates VeloNews kit and routes info, Strava improves personalization
Here are the cycling tech headlines making news on Wednesday, June 16.
Top Zwift racers share their experiences — and a few tips for — racing without data on screen.
Comfortable, fully wireless earpods offering pro sound quality, and easy configuration through an app.