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First Look: Velocity wheels targets cyclocrossers with Aileron disc brake wheels

Most exciting for cyclists who ride both mountain and cyclocross is the fact that you can convert the rear from 135mm rear spacing to 142mm to accommodate a rear thru axle—and swap between bikes.   Read More »

Pro Bike: Justin Lindine’s Redline Conquest Team carbon cyclocross bike

A mix of components from many brands, including the cable-actuated hydraulic TRP HyRd disc brakes, Shimano Ultegra Di2 6770 10-speed electronic shifting, Novatec CXD alloy tubulars, and a gold KMC X10SL chain.   Read More »

Review: Oval 733 alloy clincher wheelset

Check out this rock solid, lightweight alloy wheelset that accelerates rapidly and is easy to maintain.   Read More »

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shifting with sram vs shimano cassettes?

Does rear shifting shift "better" with sram or shimano cassettes?Read More »

SRAM Cassettes

I currently am riding on a SRAM PG-950 cassette, put about 2,000 miles on it and some of the teeth are getting out of whack. So soon enough I will be needing to replace it. I am looking at the same cassette in the same 12-26t and also the PG-970 downhill (yes for mtb) but in a 11-26t. It would st ... Read More »

List of current cassettes?

I liked Sheldon Brown's Gear calculator website not only because of the calculator, but also because it showed commonly available cassettes. Sadly Sheldon is no longer with us and the page hasn't been updated, so I was trying to find current 10/11 speed cassettes that are available from the big 3. A ... Read More »

How do you store your extra cassettes?

I have several bikes and probably 4 extra cassettes. I swap them around depending on where I'm riding and/or racing. I was curious if anyone has a good storage solution for the cassettes when they are off the bike and perhaps a solution such that you can pack them and take them along. Some way to ... Read More »

Noticed Spec switched to Tiagra cassettes on some Tarmac models...

I'm not sure why I'm even pointing this out but I noticed they went to a Tiagra rear casette on some of their models, including the full 105 and Rival model Tarmacs. I actually have a new Tiagra, 5700 105 and 6700 Ultegra cassette on hand (trainer, stock wheels, new wheels). While the 6700 is def ... Read More »

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