7 Bikes for 7 Wonders: Crater Lake

Every year, cyclists flock to the famed Oregon National Park intent on taking on the challenge of the ever-undulating 33-mile Rim Drive — and taking in the spectacular scenery along the way.

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Travelogue Oregon: Beach biking bliss on the coast

Scenic ocean vistas, rolling dunes, shoreline waterfalls, and one truly amazing trail highlight this cycling adventure along the majestic Oregon coast.

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Felt World Headquarters Tour and Road Bike lineup for 2016

R&D, testing and world HQ tour of Felt Bicycles and a look at the new Felt IA FRD, AR FRD, F1x, Z2, ZW4 and more.

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Helmets: Where to spend your money

With cycling helmets ranging wildly in price, you might be wondering what the heck’s the difference between a $50 model and one that costs $300. Both helmets have to pass the same impact testing standards, and are usually constructed from similar materials. So how do you decide which is best for you?

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Video: Vittorio Brumotti goes crazy in Livigno

Another amazing video from Vittorio Brumotti as he pulls off one amazing trick after another all while wearing a Tinkoff Saxo racing kit!

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Tour de France by the numbers: Riders burn caloric equivalent of 85,807 hamburgers

On the heels of the recently completed Tour de France, Dimension Data has released a cornucopia of numbers that help put this massive 21-day effort into clearer perspective. Find out what it’s really like to race a 3-week grand tour.

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How To: Maintain road bike disc brakes

Disc brakes are gaining increasing traction in the road bike world. But chances are at least some of you have little or no experience with their operation or maintenance. Here’s a rundown of some of the things you should — and shouldn’t — do to keep them working properly.

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7 Bikes for 7 Wonders: The Coast

Ahearne Cycles fat bike perfect for exploring Oregon’s ultra-scenic 363-mile coastline.

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Spotted: Prototype FSA electronic shifting groupset

Rumors of a full road drivetrain from FSA have been swirling for years, but now it appears the Italian/Taiwanese component maker is finally close to transforming talk into reality.

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Travelogue Oregon: Cycling the Columbia River Gorge

Smooth, traffic free roads, stunning views, varied terrain — and of course, a little wind — make a trip through this Oregon Wonder a truly singular cycling experience.

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How To: Choose road cycling tires

No one piece of equipment on your bike is more important and no one piece receives more abuse than your tires. So don’t just slap the deal of the week on there and call it good. Instead learn how to choose the right road tire to fit your needs.

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Niner BSB 9 RDO cyclocross bike updated for 2015

Niner continues its slow but steady push into the drop bar bike arena, launching an updated version of its BSB 9 RDO cyclocross bike that’s disc-only and has thru-axles front and rear.

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7 Bikes for 7 Wonders: Columbia River Gorge

Scenic waterfalls cascading down steep cliffs, amazing long distance views, wine production, craft beer, and superb cycling are just a fraction of the Columbia River Gorge experience.

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Is the Tour De France ready for disc brakes?

It’s been several years since disc brakes emerged as a viable way to slow down road bikes. But the pro peloton continues to resist the new technology. Are their fears legitimate?

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Review: Castelli Climber’s 2.0 Jersey

Perfect jersey for extremely hot summer days? The Castelli Climber’s 2.0 Jersey just might be it. Read our review to find out why.

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Travelogue Oregon: Finding bicycling bliss in the Wallowas

Majestic mountain range offers endless opportunities for adventurous cyclists — or just about any other type of outdoors enthusiast.

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Orbea Ordu time trial bike debuts at Tour de France

With a host of new features such as seat tube storage, a BB386 bottom bracket, and an aero-enhancing oval seat post that includes two clamps that vary setback by 23mm and 49mm, the new Orbea Ordu time trial bike looks to compete with the fastest wind cheating machines being ridden at the Tour de France.

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Tech Talk: How do bikes stay upright?

Bicycles are one of the most efficient and versatile means of human powered transportation. But perhaps even more amazing is the fact that given the right circumstances, bicycles can stay upright all by themselves. Check out this video from Minute Physics to find out how.

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New Cannondale SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD and CAAD12

SuperSix EVO Hi-MOD billed as the ultimate in pure road racing performance, while new CAAD12 is deemed Cannondale’s best performing alloy bike.

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7 Bikes for 7 Wonders: The Wallowas

Spectacular and varied terrain with Old West heritage offers myriad cycling possibilities.

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Tour de France 2015: Mark Cavendish’s stage 7 winning Specialized S-Works Venge ViAS

Manx Missile rides new aero road bike to first Tour triumph since 2013.

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Travelogue Oregon: The challenge of the Painted Hills

A pair of stiff climbs, extended time on lonely roads, and breathtaking (and colorful) geologic wonders punctuate the ride through the Painted Hills.

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Tour de France 2015: Stage 5 carnage, crashes and sprints

It was another wild (and this time wet and windy) day at the Tour de France. Here’s an inside look at some of the chaotic carnage.

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Bell Gage helmet now equipped with MIPS

Multi-directional impact protection system designed to lower rotational forces on the head in the instance of an impact.

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2016 Scott Addict Gravel Disc first look

The Scott Addict is headed off road, as the Swiss-based bike maker makes its initial foray into the increasingly popular gravel bike segment.

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