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Optional built-in Power Glass solar panels feed power to the rechargeable battery while you ride to bring 100-hour run time to new unit.
Interactive lights, radar, and display make up new SmartSense package that runs off a single rechargeable battery.
Epix 2 offers a refined appearance, a brilliant AMOLED display, and the latest 24/7 activity and recovery monitoring features.
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VN tech ticker: Zwift Olympic Chase Race with Cancellara, Armstrong, Contador, and others; Ride Concepts Coaster slides
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Slightly bigger and bulkier than Shimano XT/XTR pedals, but power measurement is reliable and durability seems good.
New Rally family of power-meter pedals come in one- and dual-sided versions for between $649 and $1,199. The $199-$249 pedal bodies are interchangeable, too.
The 13g mount adjusts for angle and holds your Garmin securely.
Garmin system outage a result of attack by 'WastedLocker' ransomware, claim reports.
Three high-end cycling GPS computers. One 14,000-foot elevation test. Which computer came out on top?
This rear-facing radar provides warning of approaching vehicles, and their relative closing rate. And it just might save your life.
Your elevation data could make or break your Everesting attempt. How do you know if your GPS elevation data is accurate?
The VeloNews Tech Podcast returns with a deep dive into the history of Zwift and the smart trainers that have grown up around the virtual riding world.
Garmin's new head units offer expanded metrics. Schwinn revives the Paramount. Suspension for road bikes. Mavic gravel wheels, and more.
Enve finds a perfect match with American hub company Industry Nine. Floyd's offers chewables. Garmin buys Tacx. Rapha remembers Pantani.
Garmin launches a crop of new and improved products for its lineup of bike computers.
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.
Garmin announces plans to purchase Maine-based DeLorme, which designs and markets consumer satellite tracking devices.
GPS company introduces new $900 power meter and new spin-scan data metrics to geek out over
The Garmin-Sharp rider stepped off the bike somewhere on the Il Lombardia course and slipped quietly into retirement
New VIRB line offers ANT+ and WiFi connectivity, as well as a host of editing and social capabilities
Fitness giant Icon Health & Fitness sues Garmin, Strava and more over patent infringment; new wheels from Enve; new classics bike roundup
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