FSA K-Force Light AGX wheelset review


The FSA K-Force Light AGX tubeless disc carbon wheels are 25mm deep, have a 21.5mm internal rim width, and weigh 1465g. Find out how they fared on the road less traveled.

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Giro Aether MIPS helmet can now be customized


Giro has announced the launch of its new Tuesday 25 program. Using an online design configurator, each week 25 riders will get to design and order their own unique colorways for the new Aether MIPS.

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New gear from Feedback Sports, Minoura, and more


Interbike may have lost most of the big bike companies as exhibitors, but that doesn’t mean there are no interesting products unveiled at the annual cycling industry trade show.

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Ciamillo Lekki 8 brakes review


New Ciamillo Lekki 8 brakes are super light and once fully dialed feel powerful and reliable.

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Hot new 2019 gravel tires – Interbike 2018


We made the rounds at Interbike 2018, and as expected there are new gravel-friendly treads, sizes, casings and colors ready for your drop bar adventures.

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Riding Colorado’s spectacular Tour of the Moon


The red rock scenery is sublime, the smooth pavement is near perfect, and if you sign up to do the ride as part of the Icon Eyecare Tour of the Moon event, you get some great benefits.

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Best Sunglasses for Cycling


The best sunglasses for cycling strike a delicate balance between protection, performance, and looks. Here are 10 of our favorites.

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Video: The Case For Daytime Running Lights On Bikes


Using bike lights during dark hours is a no-brainer. But should you be running them during the daytime too?

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Cyclist reaches 184mph, breaking world record


Speed demon Denise Mueller-Korenek broke the world land speed record for a paced bicycle last Sunday at Utah’s Bonneville Salt Flats. Mueller-Korenek reached a max speed of 183.93 mph.

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How To Use Clipless Pedals and Cleats: Tips For Beginners


Clipless pedals often strike fear in beginner cyclists, who shudder at the idea of not being able to click out in time and instead falling over. But with these tips you need not be worried.

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100% S2 review


The 100% S2 is a half frame sunglasses offering that fits a smaller face, while still providing excellent coverage and fantastic optics.

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Whisky No.9 6F Carbon Drop Bar review


The No.9 6F Carbon is Whisky’s modern racing styled drop bar that’s equally at home on tarmac, gravel, or twisty cyclocross courses.

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Goodyear Connector review


The Goodyear Connector is the famed tire maker’s first stab at a large volume gravel offering, and it has exceeded expectations, raising the bar for its competitors.

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WTB Cross Boss review


The WTB Cross Boss isn’t a new kid on the block, but it still delivers a great ride feel, excellent traction, and easy tubeless setup.

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Cane Creek El Rosado eeBrakes in limited edition colorway


Cane Creek has announced Cane Creek El Rosado eeBrakes limited edition colorways, a new limited edition of their acclaimed eeBrake G4 in a black and magenta.

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Pub 36 tubeless wheels review


36mm deep tubeless ready carbon road wheelset with DT Swiss 240 hubs and a reasonable 1430-gram weight.

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Selle SMP Vulkor saddle review


The Selle SMP Vulkor is a new saddle model that has a wider rear section that supports powerful pedaling, a signature central cutout for perineum comfort, and minimal padding for maximum power transfer.

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Video: A day with Mavic Neutral Service


Their iconic yellow cars and motorbikes are there when the pro peloton needs them the most. Whether it’s a wheel change, a loose saddle or a full bike, Mavic have the peloton covered.

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Cannondale Topstone introduced


Named after a favorite dirt road section near Cannondale’s global headquarters in Connecticut, the Cannondale Topstone is billed as a capable and versatile gravel road rig with a reasonable price.

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Floyd’s of Leadville releases Isolate Softgels


Floyd’s of Leadville, a Colorado based manufacturer of CBD pain management supplements has introduced CBD Isolate soft-gel capsules.

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ENVE SES 5.6 tubeless rim brake wheelsets launched


The front rim is wider and shallower to reduce the tradeoffs between drag reduction and variable cross wind stability. The back rim is marginally deeper and narrower to maximize drag reduction.

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7 Worst Doping Excuses In Professional Cycling


Varying from their auntie’s sweets to having a conjoined twin, here are the worst seven doping excuses we’ve heard from professional cyclists over the years.

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Giant introduces all-new Revolt Advanced gravel bike


Giant looks to add comfort to gravel racing with the all-new Revolt Advanced.

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LOOK 795 Light RS review


Absolute show stopper at first glance, the LOOK 795 Light RS has some impressive and unique features that set a high bar for both performance and aesthetics. But is it worth the trouble?

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Strava Summit launched


Strava Summit replaces Strava Premium to deliver greater value to a broader range of athletes with more focused membership programs.

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Zwift UCI World Championships Innsbruck course released


Zwift, the global online training platform for cyclists, has released its latest course, Innsbruck. The course is based on the route that will be used for the 2018 UCI Road World Championships Innsbruck-Tirol.

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Trek Emonda ALR expands lightweight road lineup


The new Emonda ALR features a hydroformed Alpha Aluminum frame that delivers the sleek looks and ride quality of more expensive carbon models.

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Pactimo to sponsor Jeremy Powers


Colorado based cycling apparel maker Pactimo has announced their title sponsorship of Jeremy Powers for the 2018-19 cyclocross season.

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Video: Top Five Gravel Events


In case you missed it, this gravel riding thing is taking off. From gravel specific bikes, components, and apparel, to all manner of gravel cycling events, the cycling world is all in on a little dirty drop bar fun.

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VeloAngle Pro fit tool review


The VeloAngle Pro fit tool gives you the freedom to tweak, digitize, and perfect your bike fit to the millimeter.

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Science in Sport Beta Fuel review


Science in Sport Beta Fuel aims to provide the maximum amount of carbohydrate possible without upsetting the stomach.

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Best Amazon Prime deals for the Cyclist


We scanned many of the deals and came up with many recommendations for the mountain biker. GoPro camera, Yeti Cooler and camping essentials are some highlights.

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Endura teams up with Movistar at Tour de France


When Movistar’s Nairo Quintana, Mikel Landa, and Alejandro Valverde lined up for the start of the Tour de France they had the full weight of Endura’s accrued expertise from 25 years of speed behind them.

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What’s next after conquering a century ride?


Hybrid events such as the Mavic Haute Route Rockies are arguably the logical next step for riders seeking challenge beyond the traditional 100-mile charity ride.

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Celebrate Amazon Prime Day with these deals


Amazon Prime Day has some pretty good deals this year so we picked a cycling and non-cycling list. Here’s some goodies not cycling related but some tools and goodies in these hand-picked deals.

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Stages Dash L50 and M50 GPS computers launched


Stages Cycling has launched the Dash L50 and Dash M50 GPS computers. Both feature high resolution, full-color displays with GPS mapping, base maps, and support for GPX, TCX, and FIT routes.

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See how many vehicles Team Sky brings to a race


It’s stunning just how many vehicles a UCI WorldTour team needs in order to support their riders.

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Are zipperless jerseys the next big thing?


Dan Martin won stage 6 with an impressive solo effort. But what was really unique was that the Irishman was wearing a yet-to-be-released zipperless jersey from Champion System.

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Is Lane Splitting Lawful?


No matter who you ask, lane splitting is a controversial practice. Cyclists maintain that it gets them ahead of traffic so they can be more visible to cars. Motorists argue that it’s dangerous and risky.

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PRO Vibe SL carbon bars lightest they’ve ever made


Employing its newest carbon layup technology that balances strength and weight savings, PRO’s new Vibe SL handlebar is the lightest cable-integrated bar Shimano’s component brand has ever made.

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PRO gravel-inspired handlebars, bags, and dropper post


Shimano component brand PRO has introduced its first performance product range specifically made for gravel and adventure riding, including flared handlebars, bags, and short travel dropper seat posts.

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Wahoo KICKR Core smart trainer launched


Wahoo has announced a new version of its KICKR Smart Trainer, the new wheel-off KICKR CORE smart trainer. The have also lifted the veil on the new KICKR HEADWIND.

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Cane Creek eeSilk suspension seatpost unveiled


New post is designed to reduce fatigue and increase control for riders on drop bar bikes, particularly when riding on rougher surfaces such as broken tarmac or gravel roads.

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New Trek Madone SLR and SL roll out


Many aero bikes feel harsh and overly stiff, sacrificing ride quality for aerodynamic profile. But Trek claims the new Madone is a race bike with full aero speed that can take on cobbles, climbs and descents.

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Contest: Win a Pedal/Shoe Package from Xpedo and Nalini


Enter to win a set of THRUST 8 Team Edition pedals ($269) and a pair of Nalini Snake road shoes with Nalini socks($149). 1 Winner will be chosen!

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CeramicSpeed Driven eliminates derailleurs and chain


Truly revolutionary concept eliminates the need for both front and rear derailleurs as well as the chain.

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Understanding the DT Swiss ROAD R:EVOLUTION


Whether you’re looking for aero road wheels, outfitting a gravel bike, or building up a fixie, DT Swiss has an wheel option for your needs — and price range.

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Giro Aether MIPS helmet review


Inside the Aether, a dual-density EPS foam liner helps to manage a wide range of impact energies, while also boasting deep internal channeling to provide cooling airflow.

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New Ridley Noah sneak peek


Details are still sparse, but Belgian bike maker Ridley has teased an update to its Ridley Noah race bike. Here’s a sneak peek.

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FACTOR O2 Bardet Limited-Edition bikes unveiled


The O2 Bardet Limited-Edition and O2 Champs-Élysées chassis have unique colorways and will be limited to just 200 and 100 pieces, respectively.

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