From the Journal

Cal Poly Pomona x Rene Herse Cycling Research

We’re excited to announce our partnership with the Mechanical Engineering Department at Cal Poly (Pomona) to explore cycling-related research topics. Starting this semester, 38 undergraduate and 2 graduate students are working under Dr. Nolan Tsuchiya on a variety of projects, including: Measure drivetrain losses: Does cross-chaining decrease efficiency? What about ultra-small rear… read more

Travels with J. P. Weigle

Today would have been J. P. (Peter) Weigle’s French Fender Day, the gathering of cyclotouring bikes old and new at the master’s workshop deep in the woods of New England. The meeting went virtual this year, with a photo contest on Instagram with the tag #ffd2021v. You can still enter; the deadline… read more

Introducing Rene Herse Stems

They are here! What is probably the most iconic stem of all time, the Rene Herse stem, is now available again, updated for the 21st century. And we’re not just making the stem, but a complete, integrated system consisting of stem, decaleur and light switch, plus a few other parts. Typical of RenĂ©… read more

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