Posts Tagged ‘handlebar’
Yesterday we noted that Garmin has released its own cycle mount for its Edge line of bicycle computers. But if you don’t care for the Garmin official mount, or can’t find it – or the Bar Fly, K-Edge, 3T or Quarg mounts – you could also look to RaceWare Direct and have your own colorful mount printed! That’s right, RaceWare is using the latest in 3D printer technology to run off the mounts and in a selection of colors.
The mounts are nylon based and the benefit of these custom 3D printed mounts it that these can be made to the exact diameter of your handbars!
RaceWare Direct Official Website
The loneliness of the long distance ride can be unbearable at times. While it is one thing to take in the scenery and enjoy the ride sometimes a little music will make that climb or just the miles on the road go by a little quicker. Headphones – especially in-ear headphones or earbuds – can block the outside world, and while that might seem a good idea in fact it really isn’t. Read the rest of this entry »
Wood remains a viable building material for many things. Who wouldn’t want hardwood floors for example, or a nice wood deck for a sunny afternoon? On the fitness side of things we’ve seen wooden bicycles, but F&Y Les Classiques from Montreal have taken this a step further with hardwood handlebars.
Made of Morado, Wenge and Ash and bolstered with aluminum or brass hardware these have a lot more style than most aluminum or even carbon fiber handlebars. Obviously these are more fitting on a cruiser than say a performance road bike, but if you have special vintage bike that needs new handlebars these should fit the bill nicely.
F&S Les Classiques
When cycling, I use the Strava app on my Android phone as a cycling computer. This is great to track distance, speed, and even where I bike. However it doesn’t help me so much when my phone is in my back pocket and I can’t access that information. Read the rest of this entry »