New Products

Lead Out Sports has secured distribution of the light and compact Ottolock.

KASK have today unveiled their most aerodynamic road helmet, the Utopia offers the very latest technology in aerodynamics and ventilation, giving cyclists a super-fast ride while retaining excellent safety and cooling capabilities.

Wireless sound with a cunning safety twist is ideal for cyclists.

Try taking a quick glance at the TechnoGym indoor trainer and there’s a fair chance it will not only lasso your attention, but lock in your imagination and inspiration as well.

The Shingleback is a new Australian-made bike carrier designed and made in Beechworth, Victoria

Bosch eBike Systems announces four new additions to their product portfolio for Model Year 2018.

Garmin introduces the Edge 1030 – the ultimate GPS bike computer with enhanced navigation, performance and safety features

PRO’S fastest tri-spoke wheel is now available as a clincher.

Lusty Industries are ramping up bringing on new staff and new products. Check out their SDG saddles and Peatys Sealants.

SPEARFISH, S.D. (USA) -- Quarq, SRAM’s data and digital technology brand, has extended its next-generation DZero power meter platform, adding a spider for Specialized’s S-Works carbon crankset and chassis for Shimano’s Dura-Ace R9100 chainrings.

E-Bikes place specific demands on the drivetrain that differentiate them from standard bicycles. To meet these needs and the needs of e-Bike riders, Finish Line has spent the last year developing an e-Bike specific cleaner and lubricant.

The new FSA PowerBox power meter crankset uses proven Power2Max power meter technology for precise power measurements, combined with a proven FSA BB386EVO Crankset that fits any frame.

LOOK Releases the KEO 2 Max Pedal plus a new line of frameset; the Huez RS and the more affordable Huez.

Smaller chargers, dual battery options and a new display are all on their way for Australian ebike customers. Here are the details, as supplied by Bosch…

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.