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Video: Crossing The French Alps In One Shot (Parts 1 & 2)

On August 5-6, 2013, Mavic ambassador Mike Cotty undertook a personal challenge to ride non-stop from Évian-les-Bains to Nice across the heart of the French Alps. The trip covered 421 miles, ascended 17 mountains, and included over 52,000 feet of climbing.   Read More »

Trek Taking Project One On The Road

In a move to “bring art and style” to cycling events across North America, Trek is bringing its Project One experience on the road. Check it out to find out how you can create your very own personalized bike.   Read More »

Factor Bikes Reveals Consumer Version of $40,000 Aston Martin One-77 Cycle Bike

Factor Bikes confirmed the name of their all new road bike model the Vis Vires when they released the above teaser shot of the bike. The new bike will be a consumer version of their limited edition Aston Martin One-77 Cycle. The Aston Martin One-77 Cycle like the car was an ultra expensive limited e ...    Read More »

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Chain skipping on one cog.

First the checklist: - new wheels, cassette, chain and cables - hanger alignment checked using Park DAG-2 - cassette is assembled correctly, including rear spacer, and properly torqued - cable is connected to derailleur properly - chain length is correct, no kinks, bends or tight links Now ... Read More »

One tomato under his carrot...

Very funny! [url=http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/tue-july-30-2013/judge-johnny---lance-armstrong]Judge Johnny - Lance Armstrong - The Daily Show with Jon Stewart - 07/30/13 - Video Clip | Comedy Central[/url]Read More »

Another one bites the dust.

Now it's (oh wow surprise!) Zabel - [url=http://velonews.competitor.com/2013/07/news/erik-zabel-admits-using-epo-cortisone-and-transfusions_297265]Erik Zabel admits using EPO, cortisone and transfusions - VeloNews.com[/url] So, going back to when (pro & hi level amateur) bicycle racing was inv ... Read More »

Another one that made laugh some

It might only be funny to married folks though.... [url=http://reviews.mtbr.com/video-a-couples-ride]Video: A Couples’ Ride | Mountain Bike Review[/url]Read More »

Saddle Decisions - AGAIN - Terry, but which one??

Hi all, Well I finally went with the SI Lady Gel Flow saddle after much resarch and review reading. I love the cutout, but now I have a lot of pressure on my left sit bone :( I thought less cushioning was the way to go for me, but apparently that's not the case. Back to researching and I'm s ... Read More »

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