Month: December 2019

In this week’s Patent Patrol, we unearthed a slew of power meter patents from none other than Campagnolo. The documents include both US and European filings, and cover their unique take on crankarms, electronics placement, and even a potentially super-accurate strain gauge and temperature sensor. Campagnolo has been busy filing a lot of patents lately,
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For fans of Chris King and the latest Shimano mountain bike components, it’s almost time to celebrate. Why? Because today, Chris King officially announced that they are ramping up production to release Micro Spline compatible driveshells by the end of January.Advertisements As a quick refresher, Micro Spline is the new freehub standard from Shimano that
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Message from Matt:“Hi! I’m humbled by the effort and not one to really ask for help very often, so this is a bit outside my wheelhouse, but I also know that Mark Koenig and others are truly great friends for helping coordinate this project and I am grateful for that.” Mark Koenig is organizing this
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Bookshelf Top Ten: The PEZ literary editor, Leslie Reissner, has had a busy 2019 with a book or film review published nearly every Sunday through the year. There has been a lot of top class cycling books this year for Leslie to peruse and so, here is his choice of book reviews from 2019: As
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Name: Nick FernandezLocation: Camarillo, CaliforniaBike: Cannondale Supersix Evo Hi-Mod DiscGroupset: Dura-Ace Di2 9070 w/ ST-R785 leversWheels: ENVE SES 4.5 ARPedals: Speedplay Zero – TitaniumSaddle: Fabric – Scoop UltimateOther: Schwalbe Pro One TubelessWeight: 7.262kg When did you buy it? December, 2016 What made you choose this bike? I’ve been really eager to try disc brakes. Having
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