There’s always something going on in the world of cycling tech. This week, James and Dave discuss a bunch of news items, what their favourite clothing is for shoulder season, and a little safety warning related to new tyres.
It’s been a busy week of tech news out of Europe and the UK. First up, the heritage brand of Eddy Merckx is back, but looking at the range today, it looks a lot like business as usual from when we last saw the name on downtubes.
French cycling brand Look has officially released its new Keo Blade pedals. Meanwhile, the two-speed hub maker Classified has updated the rims of its carbon wheels.
In the UK, Mason has a new version of the Definition aluminium dropbar bike. Plus we cover further news regarding Schwalbe, Holding, Wolf Tooth, and candles, yes, candles.
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5:25 – Eddy Merckx bikes are back
11:25 – Our obligatory segment related to chain waxing
16:50 – Look release its new Keo Blade pedals
22:30 – Picking one, our favourite shoulder-season kit (all disciplines)
34:45 – PSA on brand new tyres
40:20 – Classified’s own carbon wheels get lighter and wider rims
41:12 – Schwalbe consolidating its manufacturing
42:39 – Mason’s new aluminium dropbar bike
43:54 – Hovding files for bankruptcy
45:15 – Wolf Tooth ReMote Pro now in colours
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