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Tailfin appoints James Bracey as head of marketing

Bristol-based bikepacking brand Tailfin has appointed James Bracey, former senior tech writer at Cycling Weekly, as its head of marketing. Having worked in a variety of roles within the cycling media and IBDs, Bracey brings a wealth of experience to the team as Tailfin takes the next step in increasing …

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Lezyne expands e-bike lighting range

Lezyne has expanded its range of dedicated e-bike lighting and visibility solutions. Headlined by new high-performance, StVZO-compliant and high-voltage-compatible models, the lineup is designed to pair with most major e-bike powertrains. The coming months will also see the addition of new visibility features throughout the lineup, ranging from Alert Technology-enabled, …

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LOOK unveils 765 gravel range for 2021

LOOK has unveiled its 765 gravel collection for 2021. With a new lighter RS frame, a new non-RS model and new colourways and builds, the range “encapsulates the versatility that defines the gravel discipline”. “The 765 gravel family has been designed for the discerning gravel rider in pursuit of endless …

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Hayes introduces Sterling edition of Manitou Mezzer Pro

Hayes has introduced the Sterling edition of the Manitou Mezzer Pro. Utilising the same 37mm chassis and internal tech as the existing MezzerPro, each Sterling Edition fork receives an ‘extra level of detail and care’ before leaving the factory floor. To create an ‘ultra-smooth and crisp’ paint finish, each lower …

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Squire achieves BSI IoT Kitemark for a bike lock

British security manufacturer Squire has achieved the new BSI Internet of Things (IoT) Kitemark for a bike lock. Additionally, Squire has achieved the Secure Digital Applications Kitemark for its Inigma digital security operating system in bike locks, padlocks and cylinders. Certification to the BSI Kitemark for the Internet of Things …

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