Science in Sport Beta Fuel review


Science in Sport Beta Fuel aims to provide the maximum amount of carbohydrate possible without upsetting the stomach.

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Best Amazon Prime deals for the Cyclist


We scanned many of the deals and came up with many recommendations for the mountain biker. GoPro camera, Yeti Cooler and camping essentials are some highlights.

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Endura teams up with Movistar at Tour de France


When Movistar’s Nairo Quintana, Mikel Landa, and Alejandro Valverde lined up for the start of the Tour de France they had the full weight of Endura’s accrued expertise from 25 years of speed behind them.

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What’s next after conquering a century ride?


Hybrid events such as the Mavic Haute Route Rockies are arguably the logical next step for riders seeking challenge beyond the traditional 100-mile charity ride.

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Celebrate Amazon Prime Day with these deals


Amazon Prime Day has some pretty good deals this year so we picked a cycling and non-cycling list. Here’s some goodies not cycling related but some tools and goodies in these hand-picked deals.

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Stages Dash L50 and M50 GPS computers launched


Stages Cycling has launched the Dash L50 and Dash M50 GPS computers. Both feature high resolution, full-color displays with GPS mapping, base maps, and support for GPX, TCX, and FIT routes.

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See how many vehicles Team Sky brings to a race


It’s stunning just how many vehicles a UCI WorldTour team needs in order to support their riders.

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Are zipperless jerseys the next big thing?


Dan Martin won stage 6 with an impressive solo effort. But what was really unique was that the Irishman was wearing a yet-to-be-released zipperless jersey from Champion System.

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Is Lane Splitting Lawful?


No matter who you ask, lane splitting is a controversial practice. Cyclists maintain that it gets them ahead of traffic so they can be more visible to cars. Motorists argue that it’s dangerous and risky.

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PRO Vibe SL carbon bars lightest they’ve ever made


Employing its newest carbon layup technology that balances strength and weight savings, PRO’s new Vibe SL handlebar is the lightest cable-integrated bar Shimano’s component brand has ever made.

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PRO gravel-inspired handlebars, bags, and dropper post


Shimano component brand PRO has introduced its first performance product range specifically made for gravel and adventure riding, including flared handlebars, bags, and short travel dropper seat posts.

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Wahoo KICKR Core smart trainer launched


Wahoo has announced a new version of its KICKR Smart Trainer, the new wheel-off KICKR CORE smart trainer. The have also lifted the veil on the new KICKR HEADWIND.

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Cane Creek eeSilk suspension seatpost unveiled


New post is designed to reduce fatigue and increase control for riders on drop bar bikes, particularly when riding on rougher surfaces such as broken tarmac or gravel roads.

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New Trek Madone SLR and SL roll out


Many aero bikes feel harsh and overly stiff, sacrificing ride quality for aerodynamic profile. But Trek claims the new Madone is a race bike with full aero speed that can take on cobbles, climbs and descents.

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Contest: Win a Pedal/Shoe Package from Xpedo and Nalini


Enter to win a set of THRUST 8 Team Edition pedals ($269) and a pair of Nalini Snake road shoes with Nalini socks($149). 1 Winner will be chosen!

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CeramicSpeed Driven eliminates derailleurs and chain


Truly revolutionary concept eliminates the need for both front and rear derailleurs as well as the chain.

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Understanding the DT Swiss ROAD R:EVOLUTION


Whether you’re looking for aero road wheels, outfitting a gravel bike, or building up a fixie, DT Swiss has an wheel option for your needs — and price range.

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Giro Aether MIPS helmet review


Inside the Aether, a dual-density EPS foam liner helps to manage a wide range of impact energies, while also boasting deep internal channeling to provide cooling airflow.

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New Ridley Noah sneak peek


Details are still sparse, but Belgian bike maker Ridley has teased an update to its Ridley Noah race bike. Here’s a sneak peek.

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FACTOR O2 Bardet Limited-Edition bikes unveiled


The O2 Bardet Limited-Edition and O2 Champs-Élysées chassis have unique colorways and will be limited to just 200 and 100 pieces, respectively.

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100% Limited Edition Peter Sagan sunglasses


Eyewear maker 100% has introduced a new collection of Peter Sagan Limited Edition sunglasses debuting at the upcoming Tour de France.

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POC Omne Air SPIN helmet and new apparel launched


Building on its reputation for innovative designs and safety, POC has introduced its 2019 road cycling collection at the 2019 Eurobike Show, including the Omne Air SPIN road helmet and AVIP apparel line.

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2018 Zwift Academy enrollment now open


Zwift has launched year three of Zwift Academy, its mass participation training and talent ID program.

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Magura offers innovative new mobility solutions


What will urban mobility look like in the future – and how can we make it safer? This is the question that Magura engineers are trying to answer with their latest new product and technology.

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Specialized S-Works Venge debuts


New aero road bike from the Big Red S is lighter and faster than its predecessor.

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Giro Aether MIPS Spherical helmet launched


A design three years in the making and done in close collaboration with MIPS, the Aether MIPS features a new approach to rotational impact energy management.

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Cannondale SystemSix aero road bike launched


Cannondale says new bike has least drag of any UCI-legal road bike on the market.

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What are the worst UCI rules?


Minimum bike weights? Reducing transfer times? Maximum stage lengths? The sock length rule? What are the worst UCI rules?

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Floyd’s of Leadville introduces CBD recovery drink


Infamous Tour de France-level pro who was stripped of 2006 yellow jersey title is broadening his company’s line of CBD recovery products.

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Rapha Graffiti Collection launched


In an homage to the graffiti fans paint of the roads of bike races, Rapha has launched its limited edition Graffiti Collection that draws on the passion of the crowd.

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New Mavic Cosmic Ultimate UST roll out


Any product in the Mavic line that carries the Ultimate name represents the French company’s best in materials, design, and function. That includes a new $4250 wheelset.

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2019 Fargo Ti Frameset rolls out


Originally released in 2009 for riding the Tour Divide route, the Salsa Fargo has since made countless trips down the Divide, and helped people enjoy any number of mixed surface and off-road pursuits.

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Functional Threshold Power: Does It Really Matter?


Does your FTP only tell you how strong you are for an hour? Or is it still a useful indicator of your overall fitness? Watch this video to find out.

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Cannondale Synapse Hi-Mod Disc Dura-Ace Di2 review


The Cannondale Synapse is an endurance race bike (not just endurance bike) that’s build for comfort and speed.

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New Rapha Accessories Designed For Apple Products


Rapha have developed a limited edition accessories collection created for iPad, Mac, and iPhone users on the go, and it’s available exclusively via Apple.

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ASSOS collaborates with Luis Fernandez


Technical cycling apparel brand ASSOS of Switzerland is collaborating with menswear designer Luis Fernandez to launch four limited-edition jerseys.

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Ere Research Tenaci tubeless tire review


The Tenaci is Ere’s gravel racing, performance, and adventure tire, and has a fast rolling center line and grippy side knobs when you need them.

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How To: Turn Your Road Bike Into A Gravel Bike


Riding drop bar bike off-road is all the rage right now. But do you really need a dedicated gravel or adventure bike?

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Jakob Fuglsang’s custom Argon 18 Gallium Pro TriColor


Astana Pro team leader Jakob Fuglsang will ride the 82nd edition of the Tour de Suisse on a new custom painted Argon 18 Gallium Pro TriColor bike.

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Shimano Ultegra RX Di2 rear derailleur review


Clutch mechanism on this 11-speed rear derailleur reduces unwanted chain movement and quiets drivetrain noise.

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2018 Dirty Kanza: Soul sucking sacrifice


Rain, hail, mud, darkness, pain, agony and ecstasy define this year’s race across the rough gravel roads of Kansas.

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Rapha Crit Collection debuts


Rapha has brought its experience creating race-ready kit to the fast and frenetic world of criterium racing.

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Stan’s NoTubes Grail CB7 and MK3 wheels roll out


Designed for tubeless tires and disc brake-only use, the Grail CB7 and MK3 claim to offer the coveted blend of low weight, reliability, control, and comfort.

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ENVE G Series gravel wheels launched


Design objectives for new wheels include lightweight for efficiency and speed, optimized rim widths for specific tire volumes, tubeless construction, anti-flat technology, structural durability, and ride quality.

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DannyShane modern classic apparel primer


DannyShane apparel is hard to miss. The bold stripes, plaids, and colors of their “modern classic” aesthetic are highly recognizable, even when they fly past you on the road or trail.

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Pirelli Cinturato Velo tubeless ready tire


Tire making giant’s first tubeless ready offering, the Cinturato Velo is designed to deliver enhanced puncture protection in any condition and on any road surface.

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Otso Waheela S gravel bike rolls out


Otso’s Waheela S designed to be a highly versatile gravel bike with suspension-corrected geometry that can handle both rigid and gravel suspension forks.

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Donnelly launching bike line at Dirty Kanza


Donnelly Cycling, maker of cyclocross and gravel-specific tires, is expanding its reach by launching gravel and cross carbon frames.

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Bell Z20 Ghost MIPS helmet review


Bell’s Z20 MIPS helmet delivers great ventilation, light weight, and enhanced visibility thanks to the reflective Ghost finish.

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ENVE SES Aero Road Stem has adjustable angle and reach


ENVE has announced a new addition to its Smart ENVE System (SES) component line. The SES Aero Road Stem is designed to make riders faster.

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