Mavic Cosmic Ultimate shoe review

Key criteria for a high end road cycling shoe? Low weight, stiff sole, ease of adjustment, secure fit — and of course comfort and good looks. These premium priced shoes get high marks across the board — if you like bright yellow. Find out more in our full review.

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Gallery: Glen Plake’s mint condition Gios Super Record

Glen Plake is instantly recognizable in ski films due to his two foot mohawk, but this freeride skiing icon has a heart for road racing. When he’s not hitting the slopes, he’s following WorldTour races — and rallying this beautiful Gios road bike.

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Atomik Carbon rolls out premium road wheels

High-end carbon-fiber component manufacturer Atomik Carbon is hitting the pavement with a line of premium road wheels.

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Best gravel road tires tested – part 2

As with mountain bike tires, gravel road tires are made for different conditions, different surfaces, and for different preferences. Here is part 2 of our test of the best off-the-beaten-path tires on the market.

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Contest: Enter to win a set of New Panaracer EVO3 Tires!

Enter the Panaracer Giveaway for a chance to win a set of Panaracer’s new EVO3 race tires. There will be three grand prize winners!

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Strava introduces live segments for iPhone and Android

Live segments offer real-time audio cues and visuals of an athlete’s current effort on a segment, along with their personal record, and proximity to the person at the top of the leaderboard.

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Best gravel road tires tested – part 1

As with mountain bike tires, gravel road tires are made for different conditions, different surfaces, and for different preferences. Here is part 1 of our test of the best off-the-beaten-path tires on the market.

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Masi Speciale Randonneur – wider tires, steel frame, great looks

Masi’s special edition touring bike strikes the perfect blend of vintage style and modern road Plus tires all at an affordable price.

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When bicycles are designed by regular folks

From the fascinating experiment department comes this project from designer Gianluca Gimini. A few years back she started asking people to draw a bicycle from memory. Sounds simple, right? Not so much…

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CycleOps unveils Hammer smart trainer

The notion of what is an indoor trainer and what it can do is ever evolving. Once simple machines, the new generation of training devices are literally becoming smarter and smarter. The new CycleOps Hammer is no exception.

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Parlee Z-Zero road bike review

We take a spin on this high-end made-in-the-USA roadster with 11-speed Dura Ace mechanical drivetrain and Corima Carbon tubulars. Find out how it performed.

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Penhale Bicycle Co. Gypsy steel adventure, tourer

Small brand goes big with all manner of affordable, steel adventure bikes. The Penhale Gypsy is a versatile frame that can fill many different roles.

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Inside look at Campagnolo’s new MyCampy app

The latest innovation from Campagnolo is its new MyCampy app, which allows EPS v3 electronic drivetrain users to customize shift button function, shift patterns, and log mileage to help with maintenance.

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Three new tires for Gravel Grinding

Enjoy taking your road bike off road? Here are three new tires designed to take the abuse and still roll fast.

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Giro Hold Fast gloves support true junior cycling legend

Whether you’re in need of a new pair of gloves or not, y’all ought to pull the trigger on a pair of these bad boys and help out a great cause.

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Mongoose Selous Expert gravel grinder

Mongoose eschews direct-to-consumer sales and 2017 models will be sold through Amazon.

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KTM Canic CXC 11 carbon cyclocross racer

Well known motorcycle manufacturer KTM is bringing their Austrian bicycles direct-to-consumer in America. Highlighted here is their top-of-the-line carbon cross race rig.

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Bern’s new FL-1 road helmet with MIPs

Well known for commuter lids, Bern seeks to go up market with in-mold design, aerodynamic shape, plenty of vents and MIPs options at an affordable price.

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Bulls Bikes brings gravel grinders to the States

Direct-to-consumer German brand expands US road and gravel offerings at an affordable price.

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AbsoluteBlack launches budget friendly oval rings

The new elliptical chainrings share all the same features and functionality with the U.K.-based company’s premium line, but have less machining, which makes them both easier to clean and less expensive.

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Roadies vs. Mountain Bikers: Who can do a better wheelie?

Two videos, one goal: Find out who can do a better wheelie — roadies or mountain bikers? The answer would seem obvious (the fat tire riders of course), but it’s still pretty entertaining to see them face off.

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Panaracer’s new EVO3 road tubeless and Gravelking SK semi-knob, skinwall tires

New road tubeless options from Panaracer and some cool semi-knob, skinwall gravel tires are the highlights for 2016.

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Rotor Uno hydraulic shifting drivetrain examined

Rotor claims its oil-filled system comes in 10 grams less than a cable-actuated SRAM Red set-up, and 400 grams lighter than Shimano’s Dura Ace Di2.

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Breezer’s new gravel grinder – the Inversion

Breezer’s new Inversion features a unique steel frame that can fit 40c tires and has a really affordable price.

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Brooks saddles – now with carbon rails!

The Brooks name is synonymous with quality, heritage and style. The Cambium line, along with the carbon rail C13, takes the brand in to and even higher performance realm.

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