The high-tech start-up Absolute Cycling is pleased with the successful acquisition of € 1.5 million in financing. This investment marks an important milestone in Absolute Cycling’s journey towards the launch of The One, a revolutionary innovative cycling computer.
We are back with an update! In the last couple of months there were so many tasks at hand we didn’t get to writing everything down. But from now on there will be website updates coming your way again.
We are happy to announce that a new test phase has started. The first miles with our navigation system have been ridden and that’s something we are really proud of. Read more about the test phase and development here.
When we designed the Absolute Cycling One, wireless charging seemed to be a modern and suitable fit. We’ve made a concept change to ensure safe and foolproof charging.
Read more on why we decided to change the way of charging.
The Covid-19 crisis caused large delays in electronic components resulting in a global chip shortage. How does this affect Absolute Cycling?
Get yourself ready for this year’s cycling season. We invite you to ride Absolute Cycling’s ‘100-1000 challenge’ during the Ardennes Classics. Read on and join the ride!
At Absolute Cycling precision and design is leading. Our housing components are made with the most possible precision and connect seamlessly to each other. Learn more about Absolute Cycling’s production partners and their techniques to produce the highest possible quality components.
Absolute Cycling, Inspiro and the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) signed a collaboration agreement which contains the development / finalizing of the Absolute Cycling computer.
Summer of 2020; elite mountain biker Juul van Loon starts testing Absolute Cycling One’s first ‘A-sample’ bike computers. Learn more on Juul’s story of ‘riding his dream’ and the essence of an accurate cycling computer.
This summer we’ve been testing the A-sample of the Absolute Cycling One bike computers. Instead of KOM hunting, the Absolute Cycling Test Team went out bug hunting. Read more about test results and progress.
This is Erwin Rademakers. As enthusiast cyclist and technical software engineer at strategic research centre Flanders Make in Belgium, he works on Absolute Cycling’s APT (Absolute Positioning Technology) since the very first beginning.
Meet our test duo Maurice Vrijmoed & Stefan Vreugdenhil, leading men behind the successful bike store Service Koers. Absolute Cycling asked these ex pro’s to test the A-One to the limit and they didn’t hesitate.
Here’s our next member of the Absolute Cycling Test Team. We’d love to introduce you to Rosa van Doorn, a 19-years old Dutch mountainbike talent (U23) riding for Giant Liv Benelux Offroad Team. Read more about Rosa and her role within the Test Team.
We are proud to introduce you to our Absolute Cycling Test Team the coming weeks. We’ve selected various riders to test our A-sample bike computers and go out ‘bug hunting’. Every hunted bug will be analyzed, fixed or further developed. This week we introduce Guido Vroemen as one of our test riders.
We are sure you are itching to take your first bike ride with the brand new Absolute Cycling One. Although we have had some challenges, Absolute Cycling is stronger than ever. Take a look at our progress and 2020 milestones.
In March 2020 we organised two events especially for our crowdfunding backers. The Absolute Cycling Backers Event in Arnhem was a great success. The idea was to bring the entire community together, from developers to cyclists.
In Heiloo (Noord Holland), we organised an evening at one of our favourite bike shops Service Koers.
In February 2020 we were invited to have a test campaign in Jalón, Spain to test the Absolute Cycling One. After months of lab tests we finally took our baby’s out for a ride! Here’s a short recap of the tests.
In the October 2019 issue of our newsletter we showed you the first image of the latest prototype housing of the Absolute Cycling One. Our engineers are working hard to develop software functions you want to have on your Absolute Cycling One. Synchronizing the One with our intuitive app and storing your data safely to the cloud is developed and ready for testing. We also created a new schedule with Absolute Cycling milestones for 2020.
In the Octobre 2019 issue of the renowned Dutch magazine ‘Fiets’ a four-page interview with Absolute Cycling’s Creative Director and founder Harm Giesen was published. Read about how he got the idea to create the smartest cycling computer in the world.
We were curious who the people were that donated to our crowdfunding campaign. So we decided to interview some of them! Here’s number 4: Benjamin Dube (Australia)