Alchemy unveils Atlas carbon road bike

Engineered for the diverse riding demands of Colorado’s Front Range, the Atlas is an all-rounder designed to attack long flats, technical descents and withering climbs.

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How to lose weight through cycling

Looking to lose a little weight? Look no further than that bike collecting dust in the back of your garage. Get out there and ride and we guarantee the pounds will start melting away.

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DMT brings high end Italian style to the US

DMT is an Italian brand with a new distributor in the US (Alé Bike Wear). Check out these highlights from their 2016 collection featuring high-end Italian style with race ready features.

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Ridley’s new Noah and Dean upgraded for 2016

Belgian brand Ridley shows us two of their new entry level models for 2016: the upgraded Noah and the new Dean, redesigned and improved.

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Lazer’s new Z1 with LifeBEAM and MIPs, Tonic and Blade helmets for 2016

Lazer’s award winning Z1 helmet features an integrated heart rate monitor that doesn’t require any chest straps. Also featured are the new Tonic and updates for the Blade including MIPs.

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Bike racing hits new low with case of motorized doping

With a mix of shock and utter disgust, the world of professional bike racing suffered yet another blow to its already oft sullied credibility when the sport’s governing body busted a young Belgian racer this past weekend for racing a bike outfitted with an electric motor.

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Bike vs. Electric Car: What’s greenest way to get to work?

We all know that riding bikes is a great way to stay healthy — and help the environment. But what about a showdown between our beloved two-wheelers and an equally environmentally conscious electric car?

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Winter Survival Guide: Trainers

With the approach of “The Most Powerful El Nino Ever” this winter holds the potential for a lot of down time. Avoid the winter doldrums and follow this guide to riding inside on a trainer.

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absoluteBLACK launches Oval road chainrings

U.K.-based absoluteBLACK is already well-known for its mountain bike chainrings. Now starting in spring 2016, a complete suite of road rings is being added to the product portfolio.

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2016 Cyclocross World Championships course preview

This year’s cyclocross rainbow stripes race at Belgium’s well-known Zolder motor racing circuit is 3.2km long with sandy terrain, three climbs, and three man-made flyovers. Here a video and power file preview.

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Winter Survival Guide: Choosing and caring for components

Staying on the bike in winter takes commitment. You have to want it to brave chilling temperatures, soul-freezing wind, and/or buckets of rain. Besides being on top of the mental game by maintaining enthusiasm, your equipment has got to be up to the task also.

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How To: Install SRAM’s new Red eTap wireless drivetrain

Just as you would expect, SRAM’s new eTap wireless electronic shifting drivetrain is fairly simple to set up. That’s what happens when you do away with all the cables, housing and wires.

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Rudy Project unveils Synform foldable sunglasses

Synform also prescription friendly, allowing a user’s RX script to be digitally surfaced along the backside of the lenses for edge-to-edge coverage.

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Today’s Plan provides training plan for any rider, any event

By working with event promoters, Australian start-up company adds specific events to their database that a rider can then choose as their target event.

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Nox Composites launches new wide S36R carbon clincher

Best known for its mountain bike products, Nox Composites is getting into the road component game with a sexy looking set of carbon clinchers.

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Winter Survival Guide: Choosing apparel

How to use every means at your disposal to maintain motivation and fitness when the weather turns cold and wet.

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Michelin introduces new Power road tire line

Development focus was placed primarily on rolling resistance, grip and resistance to puncture, along with ensuring even longer tire life than predecessor products.

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Does crank length matter?

In cycling circles it’s one of the most hotly debated questions. Does crank length really matter — and why? Check out this lab test, which measured both peak power and sustained threshold power with various crank lengths.

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Pro Bike: Michael Rogers Specialized S-Works Tarmac

With the 2016 pro bike racing season about to kick-off with Australia’s Tour Down Under, it’s time to take a look at some of the machines that will be taking to start lines this year.

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Art’s Cyclery 2015 Road Gear of the Year

Here’s a look at some of the road cycling products that made riding more enjoyable these past 12 months.

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Helmet maker Kask getting into sunglasses game

Italian helmet maker Kask is looking to brighten its future with a new line of shades. Following a lengthy design and development period, the company is set to release its first pair of sunglasses at Australia’s upcoming Tour Down Under WorldTour race.

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Chris Horner takes job with Knight Composites

Winner of 2013 Vuelta a España will serve as company’s road brand champion while continuing his pro racing career.

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5 Cycling Legends – Where are they now?

While we don’t often forget their feats of greatness, the memory of pro riders of the past inevitably slips away. Check out this video to catch up with the likes of Hampsten, Berzin, Bartoli, Livingston, and Scanlon.

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Showers Pass launches merino wool lined waterproof sock

We usually don’t get all in a tizzy about socks. But this new offering from the folks at Showers Pass caught our attention. Find out why.

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Suunto revamps Ambit3 Vertical with elevation tracking

High-end gadget maker’s new time keeper on steroids provides a solution for sports enthusiasts when planning and tracking elevation is essential to training and competing in activities such as cycling, skiing and running.

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