For many of us, summer is the best time of year to ride. It has reliably warm weather and long days, which means more opportunities for cycling on and off-road. We suggest the following tips for staying safe and having fun during your summer pedaling excursions.
If you want to get the most out of your workouts, power meters are a fundamental tool to be able to control all parameters, not only power. If you also want to improve your pedalling cadence, then a power meter will help you analyze what your current pedal rhythm is, the watts you use, and how to improve pedalling efficiency.
This day, in 1998, the first product designed by ROTOR was commercialized: the ROTOR Box.
The world's first 13s Hydraulic Groupset for a simplified and performance optimised shifting experience The modular platform concept crosses 4 cycling disciplines (MTB, Road, Gravel & Cyclocross) with a flexible choice of drivetrain components to match your preferred...
Following 2016’s Eurobike award for 2INpower ROAD, INpower ROAD received a prestigious Gold Award at Eurobike 2018 demonstrating ROTOR’s market leadership in the growing connected bike segment. From the development of the original oval Q RINGS® our obsession has been...
Is more always better? Not always. With current technology, it would not be a difficult task designing frames or components to be stiffer, and even lighter than the ones available now. But, what happens if too much rigidity in the components compromises the overall working of a bicycle?
At some point, we have all thought of training for a “Gran Fondo”. The idea of racing with your friends and thousands more in breathtaking scenery sounds like a brilliant plan. But without the necessary training, the Gran Fondo can turn into a nightmare without the adequate preparation. We will list the 10 best tips to get yourself into the best shape possible for your big day.
“A clean bike is a fast bike.” It’s something that many of us repeat to ourselves as we summon the motivation to clean our bikes, especially before big rides and races. And it’s true: a clean bike’s drivetrain and brakes simply work better, so you will feel faster. Plus, when you clean your bike, you have the chance to closely inspect it, which means you are more likely to catch small problems before they become ride- or race-ending problems.