There are always some interesting bike-related products at the CES technology show, and here are the most notable from this year’s event which has been held digitally. Of course, the word ‘interesting’ can cover a lot of different things… Julbo EVAD-1
When you slip these glasses on over the straps of your helmet, your cycling data appears right before your eyes. Literally. Integrating Microled’s ActiveLook technology, the EVAD-1s display sports performance data live and directly in your field of view—you don’t need to do anything to start seeing the data, thanks to its head-up display.
Heart rate, speed and distance, are all projected on the lens of the glasses and with a 12 hour runtime these should cover most workout and event lengths. With Bluetooth connectivity, the EVAD-1 glasses will, at some point, be able to be paired with other devices.
Sounds pretty cool, right? These are winners of the CES Honoree Innovation Award. JLab JBuds Frames
Fancy having some earphones you can switch from your Oakleys to your Ray-Bans when off the bike?
Instead of building audio into a pair of sunglasses, the JBuds Frames allow you to turn any of your glasses into a wireless audio source—these aren’t permanent and can be swapped between eyewear based on preference or occasion.
The JBuds don’t use bone conduction, instead there’s a small speaker on the bottom side of each unit that points the sound directly down into your ears. This will obviously not give you the same audio quality as buds inserted into […]