New Products

Bicycle components manufacturer Lezyne is certainly not calling their latest cycle computer feature the ‘worried girlfriend app’ or any other politically incorrect name along those lines.

Tucked away at the far end of this year’s Eurobike show was a small booth named Faharradgager, which translates to ‘Bicycle Hunter’.

Assuming ebikes are going to become more common in Australia, one of the problems for both riders and bike shop mechanics will be that it can take longer to replace a tube.

Bollé has long been a contender in top end sports eyewear and they've also made sporting helmets for some time. The One is the result of their recent foray into cycling helmets, a fitting match for their 5th Element sunglasses.

New electronics technology has enabled the Coros Frontier to offer an impressive range of features that would have been prohibitively expensive only a few years ago.

There are several ways to deal with excess perspiration from beneath your helmet. Now comes the Phairo, an Egyptian inspired bandana.

Birzman quality tools now includes three way allen keys, really handy for stripping and rebuilding your bike.

This gleaming stainless steel chain from Wipperman has been designed to integrate perfectly with all the latest generation of 11 speed drive trains.

If you like to keep your bike in top nick a workstand of some description is essential.

A complete set of Clarks M2 brakes sells for $125; that’s including two 160mm rotors, levers, callipers and mounting hardware.

The new coconut choc chip Clif bar continues their line of organically produced fuel options for cyclists.

Offered as a high-end alternative for SRAM and Shimano drivetrains, the German made Connex chains are now offered in an updated 11-speed version.

Boeshield T-9 was developed and licensed by The Boeing Company to fill their need for a superior lubricant/protectant of aircraft components.

Wahoo has followed up their Reflkt bike computers with the new Elemnt. It’s a dual band unit, running both Bluetooth and ANT+ connectivity and makes pairing with your phone super easy by displaying a QR code on screen to scan.

Schwalbe’s Pro Core system has been in development for some time now and it’s finally in production form. It’s like having a narrow high pressure tyre wrapped around the inner part of the rim.