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The system's SC-M9050 Display Unit

In 2009 Shimano brought electronic gear-shifting to road bikes, in the form of its Dura-Ace Di2 group. The slightly-less-pricey Ultegra Di2 system followed, although it was still aimed at roadies. Today, however, the company announced the upcoming release of XTR M9050 Di2, which will allow mountain bikers to swap their derailleur cables for electrical wiring.  Read More

Shimano's new CM-1000 HD-capable Sport Cam

Shimano has made its first foray into the increasingly crowded action cam market with the CM-1000 Sport Camera. Lightweight and HD-capable, the camera offers ANT+ connectivity and is compatible with Shimano's Di2 wireless SM-EWW01 unit, meaning that along with reliving that epic downhill section, it could also prove a useful tool in tracking performance.  Read More

A demo bike equipped with the automatic gear-shifting system

In recent years, both Shimano and Campagnolo have introduced electronic gear-shifting systems for bicycles – instead of relying on steel cables, the systems wirelessly transmit signals from the user-operated shift levers to powered shifting actuators on the front and rear derailleurs. Now, a group of engineers from UK-based Cambridge Consultants are taking things a step further. They’ve developed a smartphone-based electronic automatic transmission for bikes.  Read More

Shimano aims to create a more ergonomic biking pack

Shimano is one of the most well known names in cycling thanks to a component line that appears on bicycles around the world. The company is determined to appear on bicycle riders as well. Its new Unzen hydration pack line rethinks pack design in an effort to make it less restrictive and more comfortable.  Read More

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