The biggest tech stories from the past seven days Canyon promises end to bike delays
canyon logo The most read tech story on the Cycling Weekly website this week was the news of Canyon’s response to delays that have left some customers waiting up to six months for delivery of their new bikes. The delays have been blamed on teething problems from a new factory and dispatch software introduced in October.
Canyon has apologised for the delays, with brand manager Frank Aldorf telling us that the company hopes to completely fix the problem within the next four to six weeks, emphasising that the creation of the new factory will lead to a better customer experience and shorter delivery times in the long term. Oakley’s talking sunglasses
The prize for then strangest product we’ve seen this week goes to Oakley’s Radar Pace sunglasses, which will tell you information such as what you’re scheduled training session is for today, how fast you’re riding, and what your power is, being operated using a voice control system similar to Apple Siri.
However, the project, which is a collaboration between Oakley and Intel, is still in the early stages of development, so we could be waiting […]