Tech news round-up: SRAM, Trek and Felt

SRAM goes Gangnam
If Gangnam style hasn’t been stuck in your head yet, it will be by the time you finish watching this video. SRAM along with many of its famous cyclo-cross sponsored stars have made a remake of the popular Gangnam style track.

The likes of Jeremy Powers and Nicole Duke follow in the footsteps of the GreenEdge team early this year when they made a video of Call me maybe. Remember it’s all in the name of fun.

Felt Launch App
It can often be hard to track down all the information you need on a bike product. Whether that’s the bike itself or the components. Felt hopes to eliminate this with there new Tablet App.

The App available through Apple stores will provide catalogues, videos, manuals as well as dealer information and the latest products available. The app is free and will soon be available on smart phones, both iphones and droids alike.

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Click here to view in the Apple Store

Trek Demo bike
It’s that time of year where ex demo bikes become available to the public. Though an all to often problem for dealers and bargain seekers alike occurs. Companies regularly find themselves with stockpiles of sellable kit and customers having no way of getting at them. 

Well Trek UK have solved their problem by dedicated a website for those bargainous deals to make it all the easier for everyone. Bikes will have pictures, description of its condition and price and will come with a years manufactures warranty. Keep an eye out and grab a bargain.