Here's what's making headlines in bike tech on Tuesday, January 10.
Just a year after transitioning from World Cup XCO to endurance racing, Cole Paton finished fourth overall in the Life Time Grand Prix series
Shoes for everything from gravel to road, from warm days to snowy conditions.
Team DSM pushes back on perceived notion that Bardet could come unstuck in penultimate stage TT of Tour de France.
Longer, with more tire clearance, and more aero – the Addict Gravel takes cues from Scott's aero road bikes and its mountain bikes.
Scott takes its eBike to the slopes. Zwift mixes it up. Bont puts out an entry-level shoe, and Guerrilla Gravity makes its first carbon mountain bike.
Full-carbon 29ers just keep getting lighter and are appearing more often atop the podium domestically, and, finally, internationally as well. Want proof? World XC champ Nino Schurter and his Scott Swisspower teammate Florian Vogel are checking out two-niners.
Reading Judy Freeman's new Singletrack.com column won't be anywhere near as painful than when she tweaked her hand in Australia as part of the USA Cycling team during the 2009 MTB World Championships. Read Freeman's "Life as a Bike Jockey" to learn how she is getting a grip on things.