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Cyclotte Tonino Lamborghini is the best looking exercise bike, ever

Cyclotte Tonino Lamborghini is the best looking exercise bike, ever

By 24 March 2015

If you thought owning an exercise bike meant making your house look messy the Cyclotte Tonio Lamborghini is here to prove you're wrong by actually enhancing your home. The Cyclotte Tonio was already available in black but this is the first time it's been... >>

Fitbit Surge goes multi-sport with update for cycling tracking

Fitbit Surge goes multi-sport with update for cycling tracking

By 24 March 2015

Fitbit has announced an update for its Surge activity tracker that will allow it to track cycling data, making it a multi-sport device. The Fitbit Surge already has a built-in heart rate monitor as well as GPS for true sports tracking. Now, by adding... >>

David Lloyd's Immersive Fitness studio is like a spin class through Tron

David Lloyd's Immersive Fitness studio is like a spin class through Tron

By 30 January 2015

"Are you with me!?!" shouts the instructor. We give a rasping cheer, grabbing a breather before we hit the next run of hills, riding through a landscape peppered with psychedelic geometric mountains. The road is like glass, reflecting the alternate reality... >>

Mio Velo adds heart rate and cadence data to your phone

Mio Velo adds heart rate and cadence data to your phone

By 8 December 2014

For cyclists who want to track really specific data like cadence or power it means shelling out serious money for ANT+ sensors and their accompanying readout gadgets. At least it did, until the Mio Velo appeared. The Mio Velo is a wearable which, essentially,... >>

Best tech to secure your bike and prevent it being stolen

Best tech to secure your bike and prevent it being stolen

By 29 May 2014

Bike theft is a bigger problem than ever, with more bikes on the roads as riders try to go green. While it might save money on travel it is costing people too much in thefts. Fear not technology, as ever, is here to save the day. We've collected up the... >>

Bike laserlight wants to cut down on blindspot accidents with Batman-like signal

Bike laserlight wants to cut down on blindspot accidents with Batman-like signal

By 22 January 2014

The Blaze Laserlight is hoping to keep cyclists safe with a new take on the bicycle light by using a Batman-like signal. It projects a warning signal 16 to 20 feet ahead of a cyclist, to stop pedestrians and drivers from stepping/driving out in front... >>

Schwinn CycleNav guides your ride with spoken directions and light signals

Schwinn CycleNav guides your ride with spoken directions and light signals

By 6 January 2014

Current options for cycling with navigation mean either buying a dedicated satnav, buying a mount for your phone, or listening to a route through headphones. Schwinn is a simple alternative that combines the best of all other options by using your phone's... >>

Interview: British Cycling coach Shane Sutton talks tech, Jaguar, the cycling boom and buzz of the sport

Interview: British Cycling coach Shane Sutton talks tech, Jaguar, the cycling boom and buzz of the sport

By 15 November 2013

It’s a windy day in Warwickshire and we’re on site at Fen End racing circuit with Jaguar to not only meet British Cycling coach and Team Sky performance advisor, Shane Sutton, for a quick-fire interview, but also to combat that biting wind in our... >>

A week in reviews: July 15 - July 19

A week in reviews: July 15 - July 19

By 20 July 2013

It's been the hottest week of the year in the UK, so what have we been reviewing? Coffee machines, that's what. But, with Britain, you can always be sure that for every night of clammy sleep there will be another 10 where you're in dire need of being... >>

Mio Cyclo 505 HC review
3.5 out of 5

Mio Cyclo 505 HC review

By 15 July 2013

We've had a love/hate relationship with the Mio Cyclo 505 in the number of weeks that we've been using it. Love because there's as much here as any cycling computer can offer these days and its full mapping and routes have come in handily plenty of times;... >>