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See.Sense tech to map Edinburgh cycle lanes for cargo bikes

New technology, designed to show how people travel across cities by cargo bike, is being trialled in Edinburgh by Sustrans Scotland’s Cargo Bike Library. Developed by See.Sense, the sensors will provide information journey mapping and heatmaps of popular routes. It will also collect data on patterns of swerving and braking …

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Future Mobility Strategy to look at how technology could transform travel in West Yorkshire

West Yorkshire Combined Authority is inviting people who live, work and visit West Yorkshire to have their say on the Future Mobility Strategy, which looks at how new technology in transport could give people greater control and flexibility over how they travel. The strategy sets out how the Combined Authority …

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Selle Italia introduces X-TECH technology

Selle Italia is introducing X-TECH technology to its production process at its headquarters in Asolo, near Treviso. This will allow a range of products to be manufactured by an automated, robotic production plant. The new range will be made in Italy, which will avoid the company moving its production abroad …

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Could 3D printing be the future of custom carbon bike building?

R&D and innovation are vital in any industry, with businesses of all sizes benefiting from technological advancements. And 3D printing is certainly adding a new dimension to the bike manufacturing sector – in this particular case, revolutionising how made-to-measure carbon frames can be fabricated. Henry Furniss co-founded WyndyMilla in 2009 …

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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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Simplicity, vision and hitting the sweet spot: SPOK’D on making cycling coaching more accessible and affordable

Richard Lang is an ex-professional rider who is passionate about finding ways tech can help people achieve their goals. As a result, he founded SPOK’D, an online app that uses smart algorithms to make cycling coaching more accessible and affordable to everyone...

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Superstrata unveils made-to-measure 3D-printed e-bike

Superstrata has unveiled its flagship product, a made-to-measure 3D-printed e-bike with an impact-resistant unibody carbon fibre frame. The Superstrata touts a unibody construction, 3D-printed in a single pass of continuous carbon fibre thermoplastic composite. The frame can be tailored to riders’ heights, weights, arm and leg lengths, riding positions and …

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3D printing set to ‘revolutionise’ made to measure frames

A brand new 3D printing technology that uses custom lugs is to ‘revolutionise’ how made to measure carbon frames can be fabricated, says WyndyMilla co-founder Henry Furniss. Eagle-eyed fans of custom carbon bikes spotted pictures of 3D printed lugs on Furniss’ Instagram feed and it looks like he and some close …

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Swytch “inundated” with order requests for e-bike kit

Swytch Technology has said it has been “inundated” with order requests for its e-bike conversion kit, following the UK Government urging people to cycle. The waiting list to order a Swytch kit now exceeds 100,000 people and production has had to be increased to meet the growing demand, the company …

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