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Recon Instruments Jet Madison: 01908 326000


HAVING SIGNED futuristic eyewear brand recon to its stable, Madison will have stock of the Jet glasses from February 2014. Recon specialises in what it calls Heads-Up Display


technology, which in short means that you can view live ride data ‘direct to eye’, all without any interruption of your view. Data such as speed, distance, elevation and more is easily accessible and should you have the right equipment, the Jet connects via Bluetooth to display information from power meters, heart rate monitors and cadence sensors. What’s more, the glasses also pair up to iPhone and


android devices, eabling the rider to take calls on the move, among other things. The glasses themselves are advanced too, with the


Jet sporting light-sensitive polarised lenses. All of this and the glasses weigh just 60 grams.


Mark Cavendish: At Speed Ebury Publishing: 01206 255678


DOCUMENTING A long list of firsts from a British rider, Mark Cavendish: At Speed details the life of one of the most prolific sprinters in the long history of pro cycling. Cavendish himself says of the title: “So much has happened since my last book Boy Racer, not least winning the green and rainbow jerseys. With At Speed I want to take the fans right inside the intense world at the very top of cycling, both on and off the bike and show how much my life has changed as cycling has grown into a mainstream sport.” Cavendish has also added the title MBE, as well as the 2011 sports personality of the year award, also documented in the book. To the present day and his new role in the ranks of Omega Pharma Quick Step, At Speed skips no chapter in the sportsman’s highlight strewn career.


Full Windsor Nutter tool Union of Pedallers: 0113 2451128


EAST LONDON accessories firm Full Windsor has come up with a multi-tool that it calls ‘The Nutter’. At £39.99, the unit comes tucked into a stylish leather pouch and the tool’s layout lends itself to leverage, with the tool itself becoming a handle. The tool weighs just 110g or 3.9oz and will fit easily into a saddle bag or jersey pocket. The ‘Nutter’ comprises: nylon coated tyre lever; 15mm box head spanner; spoke key; 3,4,5, 6 and 8mm hex tool bits; Phillips head screwdriver; flat head screwdriver, 25 torque bit and a magnetic tool bit extender. The pièce de résistance, for when a beer is necessary at the end of a long ride, is a bottle opener. The Nutter is housed in a pouch made recycled inner tube and leather in an attractive burnt brown or jet black colour. www.unionofpedallers.cc


Boardman Elite SLR, CXR lines Direct: elite_sales@boardmanbikes.com


BOARDMAN HAS added to the world-class, multiple title-winning Elite Series AiR, AiR/TT and SLR platforms by creating the all-new SLS, CXR and AiR/TTE models. The SLS is an all-day fast riding Endurance frame combining comfort with performance. The CXR is a superfast multi-terrain bike for off-road and gravel grinding. The AiR/TTE has been designed using the latest Computational Fluid Dynamics technology and wind tunnel testing, resulting in an incredibly fast, super aerodynamic frame platform which has a 5 per cent increase over the Kona winning AiR/TT. Developments have been made to the carbon lay- ups on all new bikes, with features including one-piece bottom brackets and oversized box section stays for better power transfer, tapered steerers for improved handling and clean cable routing for aero efficiency. The very first SLS, SLR and CXR models from the all- new 2014 Elite Series will be available during December, with further models being added early in the New Year and the AiR/TTE will be available in Spring 2014.


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