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Hot News: New Verve InfoCrank provides bilateral power measurement

Launched this week at Sea Otter, the Verve InfoCrank boast independent left-right power output measurement.   Read More »

Hot News: New Garmin Edge 1000 packed with connectivity features

Garmin has launched the Edge 1000, a top-of-the-line cycling computer that does everything from tell you where you are and how fast your going to displaying heart rate and power output to synching with your smartphone to display info on incoming phone calls and text messages.   Read More »

Tech Review: New Strava update boosts photos, mapping features and more

Update of Strava’s mobile app adds photo sharing and social features to free version, while compelling features and cycling support efforts make Premium subscription more appealing.    Read More »

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New bike or carbon repair

Yes I'm a complete lurker have been since I bought my bike in 2009. I have had a run of bad luck not just being hit by a car once but now twice in a matter of two weeks. The first was a guy no insurance who did a rolling stop and hit me square no real damage to the bike just minor scratches. The sec ... Read More »

New Twinkies!!!

I've been craving one since I heard they quit making them. Been months. They finally stocked some of the new Twinkies onto the shelves at the grocery last night! :thumbsup: $3.99 for 10! :eek: No singles. Sorry, I didn't want one that bad. Edit: Did you see where Hostess, before they went ... Read More »

My new Brooks Saddle

Sure was comfy this morning.:cool:Read More »

New Heavyweight Needs Help

New rider here. Currently living in Chicago and I tend to ride my 62' 2007 Trek 5000 on the lakefront path. I blew my knee out in 2008 and have put on a ton of weight since then, and have ballooned up to 275 lbs. (I am 6 foot 2) The last two times that I have taken my bike out, I have blown out bo ... Read More »

My new VANMOOF 5.7 Dutch Commuter!

I've been looking for a commuter bike for a few months, and had tended towards the vintage "dutch look" with the porteur racks, swept bars, and internal gears. I was up in Atlanta for the weekend and decided to check the local craigslist while I was in town, and stumbled upon a bike/brand that I ... Read More »

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