Don’t leave your bike laying around at your next 24 hour event, the JetBlack Race Rack lets you keep your camp organised and looking pro! Made from lightweight aluminium, the Race Rack is easy to disassemble and comes with its own carry bag. It uses heavy-duty UV resistant resin end caps and everything clicks into place with spring loaded buttons.
England has a reputation for shoddy weather and mud, so it’s to be expected a product like this would originate from the UK. Muckynuts has designed a range of compact fenders that can be fitted at various points on the bike (down tube, rear wheel, under the saddle and so on).
Women want products specifically formulated for the female body. The first ever specifically formulated cream pH balanced for women, developed by a female sports medicine physician in cooperation with pro women cyclists.
Oiling your chain is easy and you should do it after every dusty or muddy ride, but it’s equally easy to get carried away and put too much lube on your chain. In addition to being wasteful, applying too much lube can attract dirt which combines with the oil to form a harsh grinding paste—it’ll actually wear your drivechain out faster.
With the recent appointment of a new distributor, we can expect to see more Answer products on the Australian market. The ProTaper Carbon 780 is their full-width carbon all-mountain bar. It comes in a 780mm width but can be cut to 680mm if required.
Fizik have new handlebars, stems and seatposts due out in late 2013; the Cyrano range. Most handlebar brands offer a range of sizes, widths and drops to accommodate various riders, but how do you know what’s right for you?
This tiny disc is a game changer in helmet safety technology. It’s a small crash sensor about the size of a 20cent piece that is mounted to your helmet that will register any impact of significance and alert your chosen emergency contact via SMS along with a map of your location.
Long before there were bike magazines to tell us what sort of lubrication we should use on our bikes there was WD40. Those blue and yellow aerosol cans ably formed the basis of many a cyclist's maintenance routine.