TORONTO (BRAIN) — Cervélo has updated its venerable P2 triathlon bike.
The new P2 has a wider range of fit options and features Cervélo's new P-Series geometry, which has sizes ranging from 45cm (which has 650c wheels) and 48 to 61 (700c wheels).
LAS VEGAS (BRAIN) — Schwinn unveiled its new CycleNav Smart Bike Navigator at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show here last week.
TREVISO, Italy (BRAIN) — Sidi is introducing a line of casual, urban shoes as part of its 2014 Sidi Sport Collection.
BOULDER, Colo. (BRAIN) — RockyMounts has introduced a new upright bike rack attachment called the BrassKnuckles.
BOULDER, CO (BRAIN) — CatEye is responding to consumer requests for a bike computer with larger numbers — for riders with aging eyes and for those getting bumped around riding offroad.
BAAL, Belgium (BRAIN) — Trek unveiled a new line of cyclocross bikes that feature the company's IsoSpeed decoupler, previously used on its Domane endurance road bikes. The decoupler isolates the seattube from the toptube to increase comfort.
BOULDER, CO (BRAIN) — Green Guru, which makes a variety of products from used bike inner tubes, is launching its latest product with a Kickstarter.com campaign,
BETHEL, CT (BRAIN) — Topolino Technology has introduced a new thru-axle road hub design that the company said is lighter and stiffer, and allows faster wheel changes than comparable hub and skewer systems.
MILWAUKEE, WI (BRAIN) — Fyxation has launched its Tannery Collection, a line of U.S.-made leather bicycle accessories.
The collection consists of the leather Six Pack Caddy, Wine Caddy, Frisbee Disc Caddy and Bicycle Carrying Handle.
ST. CHARLES, IL (BRAIN) — Sigma USA’s newest light, the SIGGI, is a 1⁄2 watt USB rechargeable light with an integrated silicone strap for quick mounting. It's available in either black & white or red & white.
HAUPPAUGE, NY (BRAIN) — Finish Line's new No Drip Chain Luber makes lubing a chain easier and cleaner.
BLOOMINGTON, MN (BRAIN) — QBP is launching another bike accessory brand, called iSSi. The first product in the line is a $75 mountain bike-style pedal that will be available in eight colors.