Nuun and PeopleForBikes collaborate for good cause

Proceeds of co-branded product being earmarked to improve cycling opportunities and infrastructure across the United States.

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Etixx Quick-Step pro cycling team launches “winners” beer

The new brew, dubbed De Bie Vélo, is a blond triple with 8% alcohol.

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Factory Tour: DT Swiss in Grand Junction, Colorado

If you own a nice set of cycling wheels (road or mountain), chances are good at least some of the parts were made by DT Swiss. Take a tour to see the inner workings of one the world’s preeminent wheel and wheel part makers.

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How To: Shaving your legs versus waxing

When it’s time for that spring clean-up, which method is better? Find out in this grimace inducing video.

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Tour: The Vanilla Bicycles Workshop

Shop employs ‘A-list’ guest builders using a utilitarian approach to shorten lead time for delivery of custom bikes.

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How To: Service your Mavic freehub

Servicing a freehub is a fairly simple job, yet one many cyclists don’t do. The result are wheels that don’t spin completely free, which means wasted energy while out on the bike. Don’t let this happen to you.

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Trek’s Boone and Crockett CX bikes upgraded for 2015

Thru-axle forks, updated paint schemes, and revised spec highlight new cyclocross rigs.

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How To: Choose the right inner tubes for your bike

In terms of bang for buck, the humble inner tube is arguably the best value in cycling. For less than $10 you get a piece of equipment that is critical to the operation of your bike.

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Rudy Project debuts new Rush bike helmet

Mid-tier priced lid has 21 vents, a removable visor, and is available in three colors.

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Specialized launches foundation to help kids

Early indications are that kids with attention issues who take part in cycling activities, may better prepare their brains for learning. These results have prompted the company to dive deeper.

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Stages Cycling unveils high-tech indoor trainer bikes

Stages Cycling has increased its product offerings, adding indoor trainer bikes to its already-popular line of crank-mounted power meters.

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NAHBS 2015: And the winners of this year’s show are…

Each year, the North American Handmade Bicycle Show brings together a unique and talented assortment of frame builders and bike enthusiasts. Some builders went above and beyond the rest and were recognized at the awards ceremony for their creativity, vision, and craftsmanship. Here is a run-down of some of this year’s winners.

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NAHBS 2015: Clothing, hats, and other unique accessories

The North American Handmade Bike Show isn’t just about bikes. Much of the show centers around unique offerings from makers of clothing, hats, and other cool accessories.

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Interview: Specialized in-house mechanic Patrick Miller

RoadBikeReview sits down with Miller to talk disc brakes, thru-axles, and find out what his No. 1 tech tip is.

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NAHBS 2015: E-bikes emerge at this year’s show

E-bikes have been slow to take hold in North America but new electric assist systems are making it easier for frame builders to make the transition. Check out these electric assist creations from this year’s North American Handmade Bike Show.

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NAHBS 2015: Gravel and cyclocross bike gallery

The gravel-racing scene has exploded in the U.S. and this trend was unmistakable at this year’s North American Handmade Bicycle Show in Louisville, Kentucky.

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NAHBS 2015: Best in show road bikes

See the winning bikes from this year’s North American Handmade Bicycle Show.

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Zipp unveils thru-axle compatible 202 and 303 wheels

New wheels retain same rim shape as in the past, but now utilize new Zipp 77/177D hubset, which is claimed to improve stiffness, durability, simplicity and versatility.

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Report: 34% of Americans biked at least once last year

In an effort to better understand and track bicycling in America, cycling advocacy organization PeopleForBikes recently commissioned the first comprehensive U.S. Bicycling Participation Benchmarking Report. The results are fascinating — and a little disheartening.

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First Look: Pactimo shows spring 2015 apparel line

Just released spring 2015 collection features visibility-increasing treatments, along with lowered weight and eye-catching colorways.

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How To: Train for short, steep climbs

To survive and thrive during these brief but intense efforts try these three tough interval workouts.

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Specialized unveils aggressive position Power road saddle

New short-nosed perch designed to enhance blood flow while riding in the drops.

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Shimano adds entry-level 11-speed wheel to lineup

New hoops use cup-and-cone bearing system, weigh 2,024 grams, and retail for $400.

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Photo Gallery: Riding shotgun with Mavic neutral support

Take a look inside the Tour de France peloton from inside one of the most important caravan cars in the race.

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How To: Service Look and Shimano road pedals

Follow these steps to assure your pedals run smoothly — and quietly — for many miles to come.

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