Bicycle maker launches handlebar tech inspired by car steering assist

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In the latest technological breakthrough for bicycles, German manufacturer Canyon has begun implementing a steering stabiliser technology said to transform handling on the trail and make riding safer and more intuitive. The mechanical device, dubbed Keep It Stable (KIS) and modelled on steering assist in cars, is mounted in the top tube close to the steerer. It uses a simple spring, a high-strength strap and a cam arrangement to gently re-centre the handlebar during a ride. This keeps the mountain bike upright and pointed ahead in the direction of travel, making the two-wheeler more fun and ea…

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