SAN FRANCISCO (BRAIN) — Strava has made a major update to its mobile app, making it more social and combining its running and cycling apps into one app.
The app is now available in 11 languages, with the addition of Dutch, Japanese, Korean, Russian and Traditional Chinese.
BOULDER, Colo. (BRAIN) — RockyMounts is offering new low-profile crossbars and towers for bike and ski racks.
The Ouray Crossbar and Flagstaff Towers integrate with most vehicle's factory roof rails.
BOISE, Idaho (BRAIN) — K-Edge—maker of aluminum chain catchers and mounts for cycling computers and cameras—has lowered its pricing as much as 20 percent at retail.
PETALUMA, Calif. (BRAIN) – Yuba Bicycles has updated its Boda Boda cargo bike for 2014 and created new accessories for carrying children, adult passengers, groceries or a surfboard.
The new Boda Boda will be available for purchase in April for $995 retail.
CHICAGO (BRAIN) — SRAM on Tuesday released details of its Force CX1 group, a single-chainring cyclocross racing parts kit that borrows technology from its single-chainring mountain bike groups. Several SRAM-sponsored racers were spotted using the group during the 2013-2014 cyclocross season.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (BRAIN) — SRM has released a new line of single-chainring mountain bike power meters.
IRVINE, Calif. (BRAIN) — Shimano has unveiled a new disc-brake compatible carbon road wheel, the WH-RX830.
MILWAUKEE (BRAIN) — BTI and Olympic Supply are distributing Uncle Dick's Bead Slip and Brush Bags this year. Uncle Dick's Bead Slip is a lubricant that helps bicycle mechanics with tough tire installations.
WASHINGTON (BRAIN) — The Consumer Product Safety Commission has published a recall notice for about 2,000 TRP mechanical disc brake calipers sold last year.
CHICAGO (BRAIN) — SRAM will be delivering its updated hydraulic road brakes during the second half of April, president Stan Day announced on video Thursday.
TAIPEI, Taiwan (BRAIN) — WTB launched a new mountain bike saddle at the Taipei International Cycle Show this week, the High Tail. The company said the saddle is designed to give increased rear tire clearance on full suspension 650b bikes, and was inspired by Pivot Cycles' president and founder, Chris Cocalis.
PETALUMA, Calif. (BRAIN) — CamelBak is entering the filtered-water pitcher market with a new product that it claims filters water as fast as a faucet.
ROANOKE, Va. (BRAIN) — Custom cycling clothes brand Starlight Apparel has a new line designed specifically for adventure racing. The Starlight Adventure Line is now available for custom orders; the company plans to offer the line as part of its retail line.
CHICAGO (BRAIN) — RockShox's new Paragon fork is intended for urban and trekking cyclists. The 700c fork is designed to take the edge off vibrations from the road and trail.
The fork has a lightweight tunable Solo Air spring paired with an in-ride adjustable lockout, with a PopLoc remote option.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. (BRAIN) — ShareTheDamnRoad is a bike clothing brand founded by pro road racer Phil Gaimon and his business partner, Jon Ciaccio.
CHICAGO (BRAIN) — SRAM is lanching two new single-chainring downhill groups that include technology borrowed from its single-ring XX1 and XO1 cross-country mountain bike groups, including wide-narrow X-Sync chainrings, Cage Lock and Roller Bearing Clutch features in the rear derailleur and a 7-speed X-Dome cassette
SEATTLE (BRAIN) — Nuun and Company is launching a new product, called Nuun Energy.
Nuun Energy tablets balance hydration and sustain energy with a blend of B vitamins, 40 mg caffeine, and the same Optimal Electrolyte Blend as Nuun's Active Hydration tablets.
PINGTUNG CITY, Taiwan (BRAIN) — It’s one of those companies that operates slightly under the industry radar—an OE vendor producing carbon frames, stems, wheels, handlebars and other items for well-known consumer brands.
EMERYVILLE, Calif. (BRAIN) — Clif Bar & Company has released a new line of snack bars that include roasted nuts, chunks of organic dark chocolate and fruits including organic wild blueberries.
FORT COLLINS, Colo. (BRAIN) — Cartoonist Andy Singer's book, Why We Drive, is 160 pages of entertaining and provocative cartoons, facts, history and the politics of America's car culture and how it adversely impacts our society.