As the decade comes to a close, tech editor Dan Cavallari and editorial director Ben Delaney reflect on what tech developments changed the bike industry in the last ten years — for better and for worse.
Three finalists were selected from a pool of thousands of women riding on Zwift, and VeloNews went to the Canyon//SRAM team camp in Spain to capture the competition for a single 2020 pro contract.
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.
Got a bit of holiday cheer you still need to burn off? A Zwift subscription may be an ideal way to recover from egg nog evenings. Zwift makes indoor riding a fun, interactive experience and turns lonely trainer sessions into a group activity. You can chat with other users all over the world, give and […]
Organized racing was an afterthought to the founders of Zwift. Now, the company has raised millions with the goal of having virtual racing become a professional sport—and even an Olympic event.
In today's Week in Tech, we look at Abbey Bike Tool's new Team Issue Toolbox, Zwift's Movember fundraiser, Strava's new topographic maps, and more.
With Zwift becoming ever more popular, the market for smart trainers continues to get more competitive, and the $899 Elite Direto X is a good example of the current interactive technology. With built-in power and cadence measurement, the Direto X adjusts resistance automatically to a virtual course’s undulations or the prescribed power of a workout. […]