But it’s a broad mix this week with Hammerhead adding yet more functionality to its Karoo 2 head units, while e-bike brand Mycle is launching an cargo model at a significantly lower price point than most.
Not quite a release although still big news for the brand, Schwalbe UK has now gone carbon neutral – making a grab for the title of most environmentally friendly bike tyre brand. First up though, let’s get started with that Hammerhead development. Hammerhead partners with Suunto to improve training and route building tools
Hammerhead, the tech start up responsible for the Karoo 2 bike computer, has just announced its partnership with Suunto, a Finnish multi-sport smartwatch brand with – crucially – its own digital ecosystem.
The upshot of this partnership is that Hammerhead users will now be able to sync up their accounts with Suunto’s platform, providing access to training and performance analysis tools and Suunto’s heatmap database.
Users will be able to plot routes based on the popularity of the roads and trails with other riders on the platform – a feature which is an highly useful part of Strava’s own route building tool.
In addition to this update, Hammerhead, Sunnto and Komoot have invited all multisport athletes across the globe to participate in the #SeeTheAdventureAhead Earth Challenge.
For eligible activities shared to Instagram, Facebook, and/or Komoot between April 22 – May 11, 2022, Hammerhead, Suunto, and Komoot will commit to planting 10,000 trees with the Tree Nation Charity. You can find out more about the initiative […]