Eurobike tech gallery #4: African handmade steel, AirTag mounts and aero lights

Tools, tech, and a new bike from the many floors of Eurobike 2022.

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As the dust settles on Eurobike 2022, the Messe Frankfurt is being readied for whatever trade show lands next. Eurobike’s new home is even larger than its previous location in Friedrichshafen, and the big halls in Frankfurt attracted some of the top names of the industry back to one of Europe’s top trade shows.

In the next of our series of galleries, we look at what’s new from Topeak, Lezyne, and some bike fitting tools, amongst others. Stay tuned for more Eurobike coverage and catch up on everything so far in our dedicated 2022 Eurobike archive.

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Lezyne also has a new range of Apple AirTag mounts, including the Matrix Air Cage, a bottle cage which neatly hides an AirTag inside an integrated, hidden, and IPX7 water-rated mount. The Matrix Aircage will be available from September, priced at US$29.99.

The Matrix Bike Tagger mounts and conceals an AirTag under a bottle cage, or bolted to the variety of mounts offered on modern bike frames. The Matrix Bike Tagger is IPX7 water rated and built from Lezyne’s composite matrix materials. The mount is also supplied with TR25 security bolts. The Bike Tagger is available now, priced at $19.99.

Lastly, Lezyne is also offering a saddle rail clamp AirTag mount.





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