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Week in Review: CycleOps drops the Hammer, new bikes, lots of Sea Otter & more!

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This past week we continued with our Sea Otter coverage, saw perhaps a few too many e-bike things, and filled in between all that with new bikes from State, Argon and more. From Sea Otter comes new tools, components and a closer look at a few things that had been introduced just prior to the show. But perhaps the biggest news this week was the all-new CycleOps Hammer, a nearly silent direct drive trainer that, dare we say it, could make indoor training enjoyable! Everything’s linked below, each opening in a new window for easy browsing…

Prototype Rose Root Miller 27.5+ trail bike digs up longer, slacker design

Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Dresden, Germany

360fly partners with Livit to deliver immersive live-streaming

KerVelo leaning trike skips the chain, transforms into recumbent bicycle

Formula shows off updated suspension fork internals, talks future product

GeoOrbital turns any bike into an e-bike by simply switching the front wheel

Cannondale Quick flat bar road hybrid gets leaner & faster

Every Day Carry: What does Hans Rey take with him on a ride?

Video: Danny MacAskill goes trialing around Aviemore

BH electrifies the trail with Yamaha powered e-Lynx and its Rebel family

Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Puerto Garnica – Michoacan, Mexico

Cruise in classic BMX style on the new WeThePeople 26″ Avenger

Personalize your kit or adorn your wall with a custom painted helmet by Devin Chedour

SOC16: Fezzari adds Shafer gravel bike, updates Trail & XC full suspension mountain bikes & more

World Cup gravity phenom Steve Smith dies after motorcycle accident

Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Billings, Montana

SOC16: Fabric adds wider saddles, a Tri perch, and squishy ergo MTB grips

Go custom and aero with the Pearson Z1-Eleven alien beam tri bike

Review: new ABUS Titalium Lock and Brooklyn Chain

Wahoo ELEMNT GPS cycling computer updated with better mapping, faster syncing

SOC16: Catlike slips in new Cloud 352 aero road helmet, shoes step into North America

Fresh spring/summer cycling kit from Attaquer, Pedal Pushers, Jens Voigt & Cinelli

Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Marchington Cliff – Staffordshire, UK

New Argon Electron Pro debuts sharp design under the Danish national track team

Cateye’s Art of Ride campaign turns cities into interactive art galleries

State’s new pastel and polka dot The Atlantic ready to hit the boardwalks for spring

SOC16: New goods from HT Components, Smanie saddles & Ryde rims

Hands On: All new CycleOps Hammer *quietly* smashes the direct drive trainer world

Stromer’s ST2 S E-Bike brings innovative electronic functions to America

Bikerumor Pic Of The Day: Northamptonshire, England

End shaky video with new, truly stabilized Revl Arc action cam

T’red solves the “dangerous” disc brake rotor problem for pro peloton

Friday Roundup – Cycling Odds & Ends

SOC16: Topeak universal smartphone charger mount & interchangeable mini torque tool

SOC16: A closer look at new goods by e*Thirteen, KS, Thule & Yakima

Week’s Best Videos: A day in the life of Axel Merckx, a Quest to Nepal, Bootlegger 100 recap

Smaller, lighter Garmin Forerunner 735XT multisport GPS watch gets wrist HR measurement

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