3T Exploro LTD – aero gravel bike that can run mountain bike tires

New carbon gravel bike from Italian brand 3T can fit both road and mountain bike tires and features aerodynamic tube shapes.

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Tour de France Retrospective: The year of the running man

Winner of his third Tour de France, Chris Froome wore the Yellow Jersey in controlling the competition beginning at the Bagnères-de-Luchon stage just until the Champs-Elysées. But the Briton had to deal with a host of new challengers and challenges. Here is a look back at the 2016 Tour de France.

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Specialized Power Pro saddle review

Designed for an aggressive riding position, the intriguing short-nosed Specialized Power Pro saddle offers seated comfort during extended tip-of-the-saddle efforts.

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Ridley’s new 2017 Noah SL Disc first ride review

One of the first aero road bikes to come with disc brakes, the Noah SL Disc provides a solid ride.

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Bonx Grip allows for clear on-bike conversation

Bluetooth-enabled earpiece connects to a smartphone app to facilitate group conversation, which only transmits voice when a user speaks.

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New Showers Pass Cloudcover waterproof bags

Oregon’s Showers Pass has unveiled a new line of Cloudcover Waterproof Bags designed to withstand the elements and provide unique functionality for year round cyclists.

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Silca announces new T-Ratchet and Ti-Torque travel tools

Long known for high quality floor pumps, Silca is expanding their product line with two new tools that are travel size. Check out the T-Ratchet and the Ti-Torque and find out how you can get yours.

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Capo Corsa SL Jersey and Bibshorts review

After extended ride time in the Capo Corsa SL Jersey and Bibshorts, the verdict is in. Find out how this mid-tier priced apparel fared on all-day adventures.

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Zipp Service Course SL70 bars and SL Speed stem review

Check out our take on this great bar for riders who like a hybrid anatomic-compact bend and have medium to large hands, and a lightweight, stiff stem that’s perfect for your carbon race bike.

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Blue Bicycles model highlights for 2017 – aero road, cross, gravel, tri and more

Blue Competition Bicycles is now simply Blue Bicycles and they are under new ownership. They are heavily committed for 2017 with several new models including a full carbon gravel bike with Shimano Ultegra Di2 for just $2,699.

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WTB expands road bike tire category with the new Exposure

New endurance/gravel tire from WTB comes in 700×30 and 700×34 sizes and is designed to strike a balance between fast pavement riding and all terrain capability.

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Revbox trainer takes old school approach to create a new school product

New Zealand brand uses fan-based resistance for their stationary trainer to provide some interesting potential benefits for cyclists seeking something different.

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The Hot Roman Day When Doping Became Bad, a chapter from Spitting in the Soup

Spitting in the Soup explores how the deals made behind closed doors keep drugs in sports. The book unwinds the doping culture from the early days, when pills meant progress, and uncovers the complex relationships that underlie elite sports culture.

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Scicon and World Champion Peter Sagan introduce new signature series bike travel bag

New collaboration debuts the The Scicon AeroComfort 2.0 TSA bike bag with Peter Sagan insignia. Crafted not only for World Champions but for the traveling cycling enthusiast as well.

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DiamondBack Haanjo EXP adventure bike review

The Haanjo EXP will appeal to those who find themselves riding a lot more dirt than pavement in search of solitude and adventure. And thanks to its versatility, the Haanjo EXP also makes for a terrific commuter bike when its not raising a roost in the dirt.

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Dr. Ferrari Was Right, a chapter from Spitting in the Soup

The new book Spitting in the Soup explores how the deals made behind closed doors keep drugs in sports. It unwinds the doping culture from the early days, when pills meant progress, and uncovers the complex relationships that underlie elite sports culture.

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Bottle Pod storage case review

We always welcome solutions for carrying tools and essentials on a bike ride. And the Bottle Pod solution is a novel indeed placing the gear inside a bottle shaped pod that allows easy access to all its contents.

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FitBit Surge fitness watch review

The Fitbit Surge is reportedly the No. 1 selling GPS watch in the U.S. But does its best-selling status mean that it’s capable enough for serious cyclists? Read our review to find out.

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New Shimano road and triathlon shoes

Shimano has expanded its line of road cycling shoes, adding the new Road Performance line to its already expansive footwear offerings. These new mid-tier priced kicks are designed for the needs of Gran Fondo and sportive riders seeking performance and comfort.

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New Jamis Nova cyclocross and Renegade gravel bikes

Jamis has offered up a sneak peak of what is to come for its model year 2017 bikes, lifting the lid on its revamped cyclocross and gravel-adventure bike line-ups.

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Cannondale’s new CAAD Optimo and Women’s Slate Apex

Brand new models for 2017 include the CAAD Optimo (alloy race bike for rider’s on a budget) and the Slate adventure bike, now available in a women’s specific model.

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Peter Sagan’s secret training regimen

How did Peter Sagan become the cycling superstar he is? Hard training of course. But maybe not the kind of training when you think about your average pro bike racer.

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Shimano Dura Ace R9100 first ride review

Shimano made wholesale changes to its top-of-the-line Dura-Ace road group. But how do the new components perform on the road?

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CamelBak’s new Quick Stow and Quick Stow Chill

CamelBak debuts their collapsible soft flask as well as some new colors for the Podium line of water bottles. Also highlighted are pre/post ride beverage options like the Chute, Eddy and KickBak.

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Wilier’s new Cento10AIR cheats the wind

Aerodynamics, low weight, and ride quality were the primary design drivers for the new Wilier Cento10AIR aero road bike.

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