Home > Interviews

Podcast #072 – Predator Cycling’s tech will make your head explode!

interview with predator cycling founder aram goganian about 3D aero design for bikes
Support us! Bikerumor may earn a small commission from affiliate links in this article. Learn More

I hope you’re ready to have your mind blown.

Because the things Predator Cycling is doing with materials, artificial intelligence, computational fluid dynamics, and 3D printing is so far beyond what any other brand is doing, it’s brain-melting.

My guest today is Aram Goganian, founder of Predator Cycling. He’s wicked smart, and since he didn’t mention it, I will: Not only is he pushing the limits of computer design so far that brands like Nvidia and Lenovo are giving him super computer equipment to test, he’s also speaking at their events to teach their teams new ways to use them.

In this ep, he gives us masterclass in design and materials that show how they’re pushing the envelope of not just custom parts, but custom fits to completely optimize aerodynamics down to the position of each individual finger.

This one goes deep. So grab a coffee, sit back, and enjoy.

predator cycling aero bar extensions shown from rear angle

Check out their wild custom aero extensions, designed with L3GION’s Cory Williams, for an example of how they’re applying this multi-material, multi-step process to create better bike components.


Find the Bikerumor Podcast on Apple PodcastsStitcher, Podbean, and through RSS, or wherever you listen to podcasts! Hit like, hit subscribe, and hit play! Can’t find it? Let us know which players you use so we can get them up to speed! And let us know who you want us to interview, just use this form to send us your suggestions!


Keep tabs on all the latest bikes, wheels, components, gear and tech on The World’s Largest Cycling Tech Blog by following us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.


Like us? Love us? Follow your host, Tyler Benedict, on Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn

Notify of

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

Subscribe Now

Sign up to receive BikeRumor content direct to your inbox.

Subscribe Now

Sign up to receive BikeRumor content direct to your inbox.