Five of the most bizarre new cycling products (video)

Here is a video rundown of some of the more weird and wonderful new cycling products that have caught our eye
Playlist 20 Videos Five of the most bizarre new cycling products (video) 02:22 November’s tech of the month: new products from Zipp, Nopinz and a bespoke Bowman Palace 3 18:23 Watch: The most anticipated cycling tech for 2020 03:13 Watch: Are these the most influential cycling products of the last 10 years? 07:16 Watch: inside the Hope factory where GB's new track bike is being made 10:07 July's tech of the month: new products from Garmin, 100%, Prime and Cannondale 19:54 Pro bike: Geraint Thomas's Pinarello Dogma F12 04:35 June’s tech of the month: New Brompton X, Cannondale SystemSix and Maxxis tyres 20:54 April's Tech of the Month: Canyon Aeroad with SRAM AXS, new Vittoria tyres and Fulcrum wheels 26:29 March's Tech of the Month: Pinarello, new Specialized shoes, DT Swiss wheels and Evoc's bike bag 27:06 February's Tech of the Month: new kit from Castelli, Le Col, Smith and Triban 24:22 Greg Van Avermaet to ride a gold Giant TCR in 2019 (video) 01:00 Watch: Top five Strava cheats (video) 04:41 January's Tech of the Month: Colnago C64, Assos Equipe RS S9, Santini Vega and Specialized S-Works Recon 18:29 December's Tech of the Month: New Shimano 105, Canyon's best bike and new helmet tech from Specialized and Met 22:31 The best new e-bikes of 2019 05:01 November's Tech of the Month: New S-Phyre shoes, a CatEye lightshow, Fulcrum carbon wheels and a big bike bag 24:26 October's Tech of the Month: New Giro helmet, rain protection from Castelli and Specialized's tubeless tyres 19:24 Watch: Seven of the hottest aero bikes for 2019 06:15 The six most exciting cycling computer releases of 2018 03:09

Muc Off –50ºC lube

First up is Muc Off -50ºC lube. Do you frequently ride in sub-zero temperatures? Do you live in the arctic circle? Are you planning a winter invasion of Russia? If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then Muc Off’s -50ºC lube could be the product you require to keep your drive train running smoothly in the harshest of conditions.

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Have you ever wondered what Geraint Thomas carries his bike in? The answer is the $999 Douchebag. The name ‘Douchebag’ came about when the company asked the internet for naming suggestions. Always a good idea, we speculate Baggy McBagface must have been a close second.

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Tacx Magnum

The Tacx Magnum has to be the ultimate indoor trainer money can buy. It may be a hefty €7000, but it is ideal if you also enjoy running and can even simulate 20 per cent gradients. You might want to check with your significant other before you set it up in the lounge though!

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Bored of just pedalling with your legs? Worried that cycling is giving you the upper body of a Tony Martin T-Rex? Well, as long as you have four grand the Varibike could be the solution.

Similar to a regular bike, the Vari also features a crank on the handlebars that, according to the makers, can give you 31 per cent more power.

Vadolibero Bike Butler

A common complaint we hear from cyclists who have a spare £2000, is that there really aren’t enough wall mounted bike stands available with inbuilt speakers. Well, thanks to the Bike Butler, that exact product exists. And as an added bonus, it can charge your smart phone wirelessly. What more could you want?

What have we missed? If there is anything bizarre, or slightly weird that you have come across, let us know in the comments!