For the first cycling videos round-up of the new year we’ve found a wide range of footage. From 3D printed technology to Peter Sagan dancing, this week’s edition should have something to interest everyone.
3D technology allows rider to use both arms again
Mountain biker Tom Wheeler lost the use of his right arm in a riding accident four years ago. Not to be defeated by the injury, Wheeler developed an arm brace to allow him to continue riding with conventional handlebars.
This looks like a fantastic invention and appears to give the rider a the ability to ride as he would have before his injury.
Cyclist rescued from floodwater
This rider was helped out of neck-high floodwaters by specialist teams after he’d spent 40 minutes clinging to a tree.
Thankfully both the rider and his bike were recovered fairly unscathed.
Rain poncho: good idea?
December was officially the wettest month for more that a century, but we can’t let the rain always stop us cycling.
This invention aims to keep riders dry when there is a downpour, and its makers say it is both waterproof and breathable. Although the rain cape isn’t a new thing, this one could revolutionise the way commuters keep dry.
The best of show us your scars
Regular readers of the Cycling Weekly website will be familiar with our ‘show us your scars’ series, which has featured the likes of Geraint Thomas, Ed Clancy and mountain bike champion Rachel Atherton.
Here we’ve brought together the best bits from 2015’s episodes.
Hope’s new Pro 4 hub: the manufacturing process
One for the tech geeks now: although talking about their MTB hubs, with the increasing number of road bikes with disc brakes this technology is already on a bike near you.
Peter Sagan’s new year message