Before we get stuck into this week’s edition of First Look Friday, let’s take a look back at the stories that make BikeRadar the best cycling tech site out there.
Simon started the week by making waves in the indoor cycling community, throwing shade at ERG mode . He also picked apart key changes in the UCI’s tech rules , and analysed how they will affect bike tech in 2023 and beyond.
We also took a look at the BMC Kauis – the brand’s lightweight go-fast gravel bike that seeks aero gains in an unexpected way.
Alex Evans’ round-up of the best kit he has used this year – the first of our 2022 Gear of the Year articles – is also not to be missed.
Thursday brought a deluge of new bikes – leading the charge was the Ridley Grifn , an all-new all-road bike that is claimed to do it all.
Scott then shed light on its new Lumen electric mountain bike and the day was rounded out by new bikes from Giant and Orbea – phew!
If that isn’t enough for you, why not look back at the freshest new kit to land at BikeRadar HQ? Mission Workshop x Afterschool Projects handlebar bag I am a sucker for a good handlebar bag, and a tie-dyed purple bar bag made from cotton duck was impossible for this cycling fashion victim to ignore.Produced in collaboration with Afterschool Projects, each of these limited-edition Mission Workshop Toro bar bags is made from hand-dyed Dimension Polyant […]
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