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Chater-Lea launches first new cranksets in over 50 years

Chater-Lea is launching its first new cranksets in over 50 years. The new Grand Tour cranksets are over 15 months in the making, and the brand said it hopes “you will find them worth waiting for”. The new cranksets were inspired by the original Chater-Lea designs and “stand apart from …

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Gates launches new personal mobility products

Gates Carbon Drive is refreshing its overall product portfolio with new and expanded component lines, offering next-generation sprockets, belts and cranksets optimised for e-bikes, entry-level commuter and extreme performance bicycles. Gates’ portfolio of mobility solutions covers a wide variety of applications: – Sidetrack (ST): for seasonal, recreational cyclists looking for …

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Schwalbe releases new tubeless valves

Schwalbe has released its new tubeless valves in stem lengths of 40, 60 and 100mm. The new valve trio offers the right stem length for all common rim profiles, Schwalbe said. “Where previously a valve extension was necessary, there was also the possibility of air loss at the connection. This …

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Canyon launches Grail:ON e-gravel bike

Canyon has launched the Grail:ON e-gravel bike. The Grail:ON inherits many of the non-motorised Grail CF’s features, including the innovative comfort concept, comprising the revolutionary Double Decker cockpit, flexible VCLS 2.0 seatposts, lightweight frame, and high-volume tyres, the low, sub-16 kg weight, the wide range of sizes (2XS-2XL), and the …

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Temple Cycles launches two new Adventure bikes

Temple Cycles has launched two new Adventure bikes, the Adventure Disc 1 and the Adventure Disc 3. The Adventure Disc 1 – £2595 This is the evolution of the Adventure Disc platform and the “ultimate steel frame do-it-all”. Temple has equipped it with Shimano’s top tier gravel groupset, GRX 800, …

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Pinarello adds Paris to MY2021 range alongside all-new Prince

Pinarello has added the Paris to its MY2021 range, alongside an all-new Prince. Both the Prince and Paris frames draw from the technological innovations seen on the Dogma F12, and both models are available in an increased range of sizes. Pinarello Prince The MY2021 Pinarello Prince is available in disc …

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BikeBiz’s guide to the latest cycle computers

This month we take a look at the latest cycle computers from some of the leading brands in the sector, including Cateye, Lezyne, Wahoo, Stages, Topeak and Garmin Cateye – Quick Distributor: ZyroFisher The latest addition to the Cateye Computer range has now landed. Easy to read, the sleekly designed …

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Megmeister launches UltraFris Pro range to keep cyclists cool

International cycling clothing brand Megmeister has announced a “cycling industry first” with the launch of its UltraFris Pro cooling range. The new range spanning jerseys, arm coolers and skull caps features an in-built cooling system which uses an athlete’s own sweat to cool them down. Jos Ruiterman, founder of Megmeister, …

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Brompton unveils new luggage collection with Liberty Fabric

Brompton has launched a new luggage collection with Liberty Fabric. This is the first development using Liberty Fabrics’ Oxford Forest quality. The Thorpe pattern was named after the artist John Hall Thorpe, whose paintings from the early 1900s provided inspiration for this design. The collection included three Brompton bags. The …

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Oreka Training launches ‘revolutionary’ direct drive machine

Oreka Training is launching a new direct drive system, the Oreka O5. The new machine has an adjustable balancing system. It is a safe and simple system, the brand said, with sensors that “guarantee a smooth training experience”. “Dynamic and freedom of movement, reduction of muscle overloads and injuries due …

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