In this week's Over to you, we want to know your thoughts on what's been the best new road bike technology in the last 10 years?
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History and tradition's veritable stranglehold on road bikes is finally falling to the wayside. Advances in technology and manufacturing processes, along with the road bike's continuously evolving mountain bike cousins, have shed light on what's possible to advance performance on the tarmac.
The past decade has seen some major advances in road bike technology, with impressive electronic drivetrains from Campagnolo, SRAM and Shimano, hydraulic disc brakes, and thru-axles both on frames and forks. Not to mention featherweight carbon frames becoming more and more mainstream.
Is it something that increases a road bike's ability or perhaps your own, such as the ability to run larger tire sizes, relaxed geometry found on new endurance bikes, or perhaps something that allows you to ride smarter like power meters that allow for more specific training? Or is it something simple like tapered steerer tubes or additional gears that makes the best road bike advancement?