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RockyMounts MonoRail Swing

RockyMounts MonoRail

While hitch racks are by far the easiest way to transport your bike, they are a bit of a nuisances with hatchback cars. Bike rack brands have tried to make it easier to get in the back of your car by adding a tilt feature, but RockyMounts just took it one step further. The new MonoRail Swing hitch rack swings all the way to the side of your car (even fully loaded with bike), leaving the back of your car free and clear.

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Get More Out of Your Stages Power Meter

Stages Dash and Link

While Quintana and Contador petition to ban the use of power meters in races, Stages gets set to release two new products to help you get more out of your power based training. Hitting shelves in early 2017, the new Dash GPS head unit and Link analytics software will help you maximize your performance and reach your training goals.

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Hiplok Airlok — Stylish and Secure Bike Storage

Hiplok Airlok

Whether you store your bike in your house, garage, or outside work, there is always a high chance of it getting stolen at some point. Bike locks might work to deter thieves but they aren’t exactly an elegant solution. To give you the option of simple and stylish yet fully secure bike storage, Hiplok created the Airlok.

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7Mesh Oro Jacket Drops Below 100 Grams

7meshoro

For Spring 2017, 7mesh gets set to introduce a new line of ultralight apparel for road cyclists as well as some more burlier pieces for dirt lovers. The highlight of the new collection, the Oro Jacket is the first sub-100 gram Gore-Tex cycling jacket to hit the market.

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The Last Bike Multi-Tool You Will Ever Need

MODUAL

UK-based Altum Designs hopes they have created the last bike multi-tool you will ever need. Their new MODUAL system consists of MTS, an innovative 13 function multi-tool, and MTR, an accompanying tool roll that makes easy work of carrying all your essential items on the bike. The MTS multi-tool is comprehensive enough for use at home but compact enough to take with you on your ride.

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