Look 765 Disc bike review


This bike will push your boundaries in a way that a bike was originally intended to do, across new terrain and without limitation.

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SealSkinz introduces waterproof sock technology


SealSkinz has introduced a new waterproof accessory technology that will debut in its new Super Thin and Super Thin Pro Socks.

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5 Tips To Climb Faster Without Being Fitter


Climbing is hard, but rewarding. The best way to get faster going up? Train more of course. But there are also some ways to increase you VAM without being more fit.

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‘Everesting’ New York’s Williamsburg Bridge


New York bike messenger climbs equivalent elevation of Mount Everest by crossing New York City bridge 264 times.

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Floyd’s of Leadville getting into pain game


Controversial former pro cyclist has launched a new CBD hemp oil soft-gel capsule pain management supplement.

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Norco redesigns the Threshold CX race bike


The all new Threshold was designed for racing CX, but thoughtful details help increase its versatility.

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Cross / Roads with Kerry Werner and the Major Jake


Training rides don’t have to suck.

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Look Kéo Blade Carbon pedals review


For the rider seeking marginal gains, the shaved grams, large platform, and stiffness of these carbon pedals could be well worth the cost.

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Alberto Contador announces retirement


Multiple Grand Tour winner Alberto Contador has announced that the 2017 Vuelta a España will be his last race as a professional cyclist.

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Rider backflips over WorldTour peloton on road bike


We’ve seen mountain bikers gap a pro road race before, but not like this. Can you say back flip on a road bike?

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Are disc brakes faster than rim brakes?


In the last few years, we’ve heard lots of talk about the advantages of disc brakes on road bikes. Better modulation, safer in the wet, and so on. But will they make you any faster?

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Trails star Chris Akrigg goes extreme gravel grinding


The Guide is Mongoose’s new adventure bike. What better way to showcase its abilities than giving trials star Chris Akrigg the chance to do what he does best. Check out this video to see what we mean.

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Giant Rev MIPS helmet review


All-around helmet that fits well, looks decent, keeps you cool, and helps keep you out of the ER. The price is also right.

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Wahoo ELEMNT MINI revealed


Wahoo Fitness has introduced the ELEMNT MINI, a standalone wireless bike computer with an economical $100 price tag.

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Video tour of the Lotto Soudal Cycling Team bus


Ever wonder what’s inside the giant team buses that accompany the world’s best cyclists at the races. This video takes a look around the team bus of Belgian squad Lotto Soudal at the recently completed 2017 Tour de France.

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Zwift expands talent ID program to pro men


So you think you have what it takes to race on the WorldTour? Well, here’s your chance to prove it (provided you’re under 22 years of age).

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Speedvagen Urban Racer the ultimate grocery getter


Speedvagen’s Urban Racer aims to change the idea of what a commuter bike or grocery getter can be. And now it comes in more budget friendly stock builds.

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Riding in Morocco with Patrick Seabase


Before booking your next riding vacation, you owe it yourself to watch this beautifully shot video.

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How To Lose Weight Like A Professional Cyclist


Balanced nutrition forms an important part of any training program, but can the manipulation of nutrition alone have an impact on your training?

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Raleigh introduces Nelson Vails tribute bikes


The collaborative fixed-gear bike project with Big Apple roots also includes the artwork of prolific NYC-based graffiti artist Zephyr.

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5 Ways To Liven Up the Tour de France


The Tour de France is a great bicycle spectacle, featuring the world’s biggest names, spectacular scenery, and hours of TV commentary. But it could be a whole lot better with these changes.

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Giant NeosTrack GPS cycling computer revealed


The world’s largest bike maker is getting into the cycling computer head unit business.

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Pearl Izumi PI DRY fabric technology launched


Hydrophobic fabric transforms knit apparel so they completely repel precipitation and road spray.

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ENVE SES Aero Road Bar unveiled


In their everlasting quest to add a little more bling to your cycling life, high zoot carbon wheel and component maker ENVE has unveiled its new SES Aero Road Bar.

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Motobecane Gran Premio PRO road bike launched


Motobecane has rolled out the new Gran Premio PRO road bike that’s built around a lightweight, smooth riding Reynolds 853 steel frame.

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Mavic renews partnership with Tour de France


On the 40th anniversary of providing neutral support at the Tour de France, Mavic announced this week that the long-term partnership at the world’s most prestigious professional cycling race will be renewed through 2022.

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Paul Components quick release seat post collar


Want a little inside look into American made cycling component manufacturing? Here’s a short video on how Paul Components QR seat post collars are assembled and should be adjusted.

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Zipp 302 wheels surprisingly affordable


Dream of owning a Zipp wheelset but don’t think you can afford one? Think again.

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Thule Double Track Pro, ProRide Rack, and Chasm Bag


Tired of jamming your bike in the truck? Thule has just debuted two new soft clamp style racks.

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Diamondback lowers prices on premium road bikes


Diamondback Podium road bike equipped with Shimano Ultegra Di2 electronic shifting and hydraulic disc brakes can now be had for as little as $3499.

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6 hot new road bikes


June and July are often the busiest time of year for new road bike technology, as all the major manufacturers want to get their new product to market ahead of the Tour de France. This year was no different.

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ENVE SES 4.5 wheels review


This is a luxury item that few (if any) cyclist really needs. But since when do need and want go hand in hand.

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Silca 100-year anniversary HX-One Set


The Silca HX-One tool set is one of the most beautiful kits we’ve ever laid eyes on. And to celebrate turning 100, they’ve made it even better.

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Essential tools for cyclists


Bikes – and the tools required to maintain them – are getting increasingly complex. But if you really think about it, you can distill the tools that you need down to the bare essentials.

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Video: Making of the Tour de France trophy


Curious about those gorgeous Tour de France trophies? Here’s a little behind the scenes video on how they’re made.

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2018 Cannondale Synapse launched


Cannondale has revealed a new version of its endurance race bike, the Synapse, which has been redesigned to give riders enhanced comfort, improved performance, and the capability to confidently attack any road.

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Co-op Bikes ARD 1.4 review


Co-op Bikes is a new house brand from REI. The focus is on adventure and the ARD 1.4 promises to get you there regardless of surface type.

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Lauf Grit fork review


The Lauf Grit is a gravel specific suspension fork that relies on leaf springs to deliver 30mm of travel to any CX or drop-bar adventure bike. Is it worth the weight?

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Mavic Haute Route comes to the Rockies


Timed multi-day gran fondo-style event brings challenge of stage racing through the Rockies to amateur riders.

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Bontrager Aeolus Pro 3 TLR carbon wheels roll out


New wheels bring well-regarded Aeolus rim shape and design to lower price points for rim and disc brake equipped bikes.

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Cannondale-Drapac announces environmental initiative


Goal to spotlight progress being made to achieve primary goal of Paris Accord — maintain global temperature increase to less than 2 degrees Celsius.

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6 bike repair mistakes every cyclist can avoid


Seized seatposts, saddle height woes, rounded bolt heads, missing internal cables, stuck pedals, parts in the wrong order, and trouble removing your back wheel. All of these are completely avoidable bike maintenance mistakes.

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Ridley Noah SL Disc gets integrated cockpit


Ridley has fine tuned the Noah SL aero road bike in pursuit of more speed and shaved upwards of 300g off their Fenix endurance bike.

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New Trek Émonda even lighter than before


Trek has released a new generation of its ultralight Émonda road bike line, shaving 50 grams from the previous SLR models. The new Émonda SLR frame slims down to a svelte 640 grams — and also now comes in a disc version.

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Neil Pryde Nazare and Bura receive updates


Neil Pryde is a well known brand in the UK — and It will soon be making a big push stateside and has just revamped two of its premiere road models.

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Lazer Bullet aero road helmet released


The Bullet was designed to give the rider every aerodynamic advantage without sacrificing comfort or style.

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Video: The other Alberto Contador


Most of us know Alberto Contador as the multi-time grand tour champion. But off the bike, the Spanish cycling superstar is dedicated to creating better opportunities for kids. And he’s making a big difference. This is how.

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2018 Specialized Tarmac SL6 unveiled


Just in time for the Tour de France and Peter Sagan’s quest for continued Green Jersey domination, Specialized has unveiled the latest version of its pure bred road race bike, the 2018 Tarmac. All details and pricing here.

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Testing Mavic’s road tubeless wheels and tires


Road tubeless tires have been around for a while, but have yet to become widely adopted. Mavic is hoping to change that with the recent release of a complete line of UST tubeless wheels and tires.

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THM Tibia stem and Fibula brake


THM is known in weight weenie circles for their ultra light parts. With two recent updates, they’ve managed to shave even more weight.

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