Sea Otter: Scott launches revamped Addict CX

New Addict CX claimed to be lightest bog hopper on market. Also has modern tube shapes and clever cyclocross-specific touches.

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Industry looks primed to embrace SRAM 1x for road

The list of companies who’ve committed to spec’ing bikes with SRAM’s expanded 1x drivetrain is long, but only time will tell what sort of bikes we’ll see with the new single chainring system.

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SRAM expands 1x drivetrain offerings to road bikes

Is SRAM trying to kill off the front derailleur on all bikes? They say no, but its new line of 1x products could change the way cyclists from all corners of the two-wheeled world shift gears.

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How To: Increase your power output on the bike

Up your wattage and start dropping your friends with these training tips.

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Review: 2015 Fuji Transonic 2.1 aero road bike

Speedster from Fuji feels fast while sprinting or descending, has a wonderful ride quality, and is spec’d with an excellent component group.

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Video: Riding a bike backwards at 50mph

You wont find many more dramatic roads than Norway’s Trollstigen. The serpentine strip of high mountain tarmac has an average grade of 10 percent and 11 twisting switchbacks. And this guy rode down it backwards…

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Zipp unveils 30 Course tubeless-ready alloy wheelset

New disc-only, aluminum hoops from well-regarded wheel maker aimed at gravel, adventure and cyclocross riders. Come in clincher and tubular models.

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Strava, Competitive Cyclist unveil ‘You Ride, We Pay’

Incentive program let’s consumers earn store credit for riding bikes.

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Bontrager introduces Flare R cycling taillight

New cycling taillight specifically designed to increase rider visibility during daylight hours.

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How To: Clean your cycling shoes

What’s the best way to clean a pair of cycling shoes? Grab a bucket, some warm soapy water, a sponge, and soft bristle brush, and check out this How To video from our friends at the Global Cycling Network.

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Team Sky to ride soft-tail Pinarello at spring classics

New Pinarello Dogma K8-S has elastomer shock with 10mm of rear travel designed to smooth out the cobblestones.

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Shimano unveils flat mount road hydro disc brake caliper

Lower profile caliper is designed to improve aerodynamics. Also announced are a new 10-speed Tiagra road group and the budget-priced WH-RX010 road disc brake wheel set.

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Video: Top 10 musette bag surprises

The musette bag, lunch box of the professional cyclist. During races team staffers post up at strategic locations along the route, then hand-off these bags of goodness to racers as they speed by. So what exactly is inside the typical (and atypical) musette bag?

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Trek unveils Monument a fragrance by Spartacus

Crashes are accidental. A man’s essence is intentional. Now you too can smell like Fabian Cancellara.

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News: Specialized launches S-Works S4 Selfie Stem

Posting photos from your ride now easier than ever before.

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Niner launches RLT 9 Steel gravel road bike

Fort Collins, Colorado-based maker of all things 29er lifts curtain on new gravel grinder-oriented drop bar bike constructed with much-revered Reynolds 853 steel.

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How To: Understanding gear ratios

Gear ratios have become a hot topic with the advent of compact cranks, sub-compacts and even 1x drivetrains. In simple terms the number of teeth on your cogs and chainrings are combined to determine how well you can go uphill, downhill, or zip along the flats.

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Five eBike innovations that could change cycling

There are plenty of people who turn a nose up at the simple thought of eBikes, but some of the new technology has the potential to make riding bikes greener, cheaper, and easier.

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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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