Tech gallery: 2021 Sea Otter Classic, day five

Eye-searing headlights from Niterider, revamped computer mounts from Bar Fly, mysterious new tools from Park Tool, and some lustworthy overalls (!).

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Alright, it’s time to wrap up our coverage from the 2021 Sea Otter Classic, and it’s all about parts and accessories this time around.

Just in time for the northern hemisphere to transition into the shorter days of autumn and winter, Niterider showed off its latest Lumina Max headlights with up to 2,500 lumens of brightness to stretch those rides that little bit longer. Bar Fly — the originators of the out-front computer mount — showed off a whole bunch of new computer mounts that also move the company into die-cast aluminum instead of just injection molded plastic and machining. 

Looking for a lower-priced torque wrench? Park Tool has brought back its beam-style wrenches, and also teased an intriguing new development for its bottom bracket tools. And if you’re one of those riders who won’t let a little rain (and maybe snow?) get in the way of your next trail ride, you’ll want to check out POC’s new weatherproof overalls — yes, overalls!

There are a bunch of other tidbits to share in this gallery, too, but you’ll have to keep scrolling down to see them all. See you again in six months, Sea Otter!

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