In-car computers are being left in the dust by the promise of on-bike computing.
Japanese bike parts manufacturer Shimano has developed a computer-controlled system that automatically changes a bicycle's gears and adjusts its suspension.
A spokesman for the company said: "All you have to do is get on and pedal."
Shimano's Digital Integrated Intelligence System (DI2) will automatically shift up the gears when going downhill and down the gears when going uphill.
The system, which works by monitoring the speed and momentum of the bike through a wheel-mounted sensor, will also adjust front and rear suspension.
According to Shimano, the company developed the system after finding out that more than two or three gears confuse many cyclists.
The DI2 system, which will debut next year, will initially be rolled out in Europe.
The system includes a Flight Deck console, which is located on the bike's handlebars, and is managed by an onboard CPU. The Flight Deck controls changing hand positions and determines whether the rider is accelerating or decelerating.
The system's lever incorporates an integral shift sensor that allows the computer to display not only the current gear selection but the gear ratio as well.
There is also an automatic stop and start function.
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