It’s the end of another working week – and time to show you the recent arrivals at the BikeRadar office that we’ll be reviewing in the coming weeks and months. Take a look at some of the most interesting mountain and road products to come our way in the past few days.
New road bike gear
Bar Fly for fi’zi:k Garmin computer mount
Bar Fly’s most specialised design to date works only with fi’zi:k stems but it’s also the cleanest option we’ve seen – from any company – for attaching a Garmin Edge computer to your bike. This latest Bar Fly model uses the same two-position quarter-turn interface as the company’s other mounts, but instead of clamping around the bar, the fi’zi:k version secures with a custom T-nut and bolt that’s ultra-secure, easily adjustable for angle, and nearly invisible.
US$29.95 / £29.95 / €29.95
Fix It Sticks Replaceables
The idea behind the original Fix It Sticks is as simple as they look: two ‘sticks’ with tool bits at either end that can be joined together to form a ‘T’ for leverage. The elegant, lightweight, and supremely compact concept was a huge hit on Kickstarter and the new Replaceables version is well on track to exceeding its fundraising goal by three-fold.
As the name suggests, the Replaceables version improves on the original Fix It Sticks idea by using replaceable bits (held in place by neodymium magnets) so that users can customise their tools as needed. The more durable bodies are now made of steel, too. A complete starter set comes with eight bits (2, 2.5, 3, 4, 5, and 6mm hex, #2 Phillips, and T25 Torx) and actual weight for the complete package is just 145g. We’ve already started using these and may have just found a new favourite multi-tool.