Luka Mezgec’s custom Scott Foil Disc


Slovenian triple National Champion Luka Mezgec of Mitchelton-SCOTT will ride the Abu Dhabi Tour on a special edition Scott Foil Disc in the national colors.

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Riding two abreast: When and where is it permitted?


Drivers often get mad when cyclists ride side-by-side, but what does the law say?

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4 Bad Cycling Habits and How to Break Them


There are lots of bad habits that are easy to pick up, and that will stop you from looking pro on your bike. Bobbing, bouncing, knees out, and elbows out are just a few. Here’s how you can stop them.

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Surly Midnight Special do-it-all road bike unveiled


Surly’s new Midnight Special road plus bike is designed to provide comfort and speed on all-day rides, allowing you to take on the road, but not be sad when the pavement ends.

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GORE GORE-TEX Shakedry jacket now comes in colors


Jacket still cannot become soaked with water and, once the rain has passed, is immediately dry again after a quick shake. There is no need to re-treat the material.

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Cane Creek eeBrake El Diablo limited edition color


Cane Creek Cycling Components has announced the eeBrake El Diablo Edition, a new limited edition of their well-regarded eeBrake in a red, black and silver colorway.

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Zwift 2018 National Championships Announced


Zwift is set to host​ its first Zwift National Championship event on February 24. Zwifters from the top 15 nations worldwide will compete to earn the right to wear their national jersey in Zwift for a year.

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Understanding the Cycling 3 Foot Rule


The driver of a motor vehicle overtaking a bicyclist proceeding in the same direction shall allow the bicyclist at least a three-foot separation between the right side of the driver’s vehicle. But how much is 3 feet, really?

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2018 Amgen Tour of California route announced


Cycling fans can begin plotting their roadside viewing points along the 2018 Amgen Tour of California route, announced this week by AEG, owner and presenter of the 13th annual race.

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Bontrager Velocis S2 clothing system review


Bontrager’s Velocis S2 clothing line is purpose built for colder riding conditions, specifically at or below freezing. Find out how well it performs when the temperature plummets and roads get wet.

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Specialized S-Works Evade aero helmet first impressions


Evolutionary changes outside and wholesale changes inside claimed to make new Evade aero road helmet faster and cooler than previous wind cheater.

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Specialized S-Works 7 Shoe initial impressions


New kicks are a worthy successor to the Big S road shoe crown and should be considered if you’re shopping for new high-zoot road shoes this spring.

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Allied Cycle Works Alfa All-Road bike review


This made-in-America carbon all-road bike is capable of expanding your riding horizons. But if you’re in search of a stable, all-day gravel machine, look elsewhere.

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Trek unveils new custom paint schemes


Trek has expanded its Project One bike customization program with three entirely new paint schemes.

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Time launches new Altitude frame series


French bike maker Time has introduced a new climbing-focused bike that’s part of partnership with the village of Alpe d’Huez.

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Video: Muddy Mayhem at Cyclocross World Champs


On a weekend that will be remembered as much for mud and cold as who the eventual winners were, it was the Belgian duo of Wout Van Aert and Sanne Cant taking home rainbow jerseys.

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How To Improve Your VO2 Max


Improving your VO2 max is a surefire way to improve your performance on the bike. Here are some training sessions that can help make that happen.

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SRAM S-900 Direct Mount Rim Brake Launched


Claimed to deliver great power and superior feel, the S-900 is the first direct mount brake in the SRAM lineup.

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Fair Wheel Bikes FSE carbon clincher wheelset review


These wheels helped our tester fall in love with an 8-year-old bike all over again, improving handling, comfort, and responsiveness.

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Take a ride with celebrity chef Chris Cosentino


Check out this video to find out why he loves to ride and what motivates him in the kitchen.

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Knog PWR Commuter light review


This well crafted commuter light doubles as a mobile charger, allowing you to top up your smartphone or GPS head unit during your ride.

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Lezyne Lite Drive 700XL review


A mix of old world mountain style and new world tech make this light design unique and eye-catching.

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ABUS Bordo Alarm folding lock


Handy bike protector easily stores on your downtube when riding and helps keep your bike safe when you duck into the neighborhood coffee shop or afternoon lunch meeting.

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Strava expands with new office in Denver


Strava, the social network for athletes, has announced that it is expanding with a new office in Denver, Colorado.

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Shimano Dura-Ace 9100 groupset review


Shimano’s new 9100 series Dura-Ace groupset improves upon its previous mechanical shift, hydraulic brake groups with better ergonomics, smoother lever action, and better looks.

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Bell backing Rally Cycling in 2018


Bell Helmets has announced a partnership with homegrown American team, Rally Cycling for the 2018 season. After years of steady growth and development, Rally makes the move to UCI Pro Continental status.

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How is a carbon bike frame made?


How is a carbon road bike frame made? Check out this video to see a step-by-step rundown of the process.

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Riding the famed Passo del Mortirolo


Joining the provinces of Sondrio and Brescia in Northern Italy, the Passo del Mortirolo is among the hardest climbs in all of Europe. Take this video tour to find out why.

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KASK Utopia aero road helmet unveiled


KASK has unveiled its most aerodynamic road helmet. The Utopia offers the company’s latest technology in aerodynamics and ventilation.

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Gore Oxygen Classics Windstopper Jersey & Bibshorts review


Intended for early season rides when temperatures are low and roads are wet, the Gore Oxygen Classics Windstopper Jersey and Bibshorts provide an alternative to carrying extra just-in-case layers.

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Suomy teams up with Cofidis


Helmet maker Suomy and French WorldTour team Cofidis have finalized a sponsorship contract that makes Suomy the exclusive helmet supplier for the squad.

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Riding Fixed, Up Mountains, With Pros


Former Tour de France riders Floyd Landis and David Zabriskie talk about pro cycling both past and present.

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Toughest cyclists in the history of pro bike racing — part 3


Cycling is a sport defined by riders who can suffer more than mere mortals. But even among this select group there are those who simply stand above the rest.

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Trek and Tome trying to make cycling safer


With the support of Ford Motor Co., the bike maker and software developer are attempting to implement an industry standard for active-cycling safety in 2018.

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absoluteBLACK sub-compact and premium oval chainrings


Latest options include 48/32 and 46/30 sub-compact combinations, plus premium oval rings for latest Shimano Dura Ace and Ultegra drivetrains.

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Who’s stealing all the Google bikes?


According to a recent report in the Wall Street Journal, Google says between 100-250 of its 1100 bike share bikes go missing on a weekly basis.

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5 Killer Cycling Workouts For 2018


Do you want to get fitter and faster in 2018? Yeah, we thought so. Here are five killer training sessions to help you do just that.

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RoadBikeReview’s Most Read In 2017


As we push headlong into 2018, it’s fun to look back on the year that was. Here are the top 10 most read posts in 2017.

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Video: 2018 Reasons to Ride


We could come up with at least 2018 reasons why we like to ride bikes. But instead of making a long list, here’s a great video that encapsulates the joy that is two wheeled adventure.

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Most Successful Pro Bikes of 2017


We all know who the most successful riders and teams were in 2017. But what about the bikes?

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Rapha Classic Vest II review


When it comes to lightweight cycling vests, you’ll be hard pressed to find one better (or more expensive) than the Rapha Classic II.

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NOW Zappi helmet review


NOW (Non-Stop on Wheels) are making a splash in the cycling helmet world with eye catching designs backed by wind tunnel testing and design experience.

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ENVE M525 G wheelset debuts


ENVE has announced the M525 G wheelset that adds an option to the new M Series line for those wanting the benefits of enhanced flat prevention, lower weight and greater durability for their gravel or road bike.

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Top 10 ways to avoid holiday weight gain and still party


The season is over, it’s snowing outside, you’re pounding nut roll like you’re getting paid for it. Off-seasons are for gluttony and sedentary life right? Wrong!

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How To: Make your bicycle frame look new again


With a little elbow grease — and the right polish — your bike can look showroom good all over again.

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Wahoo Fitness partners with BORA-hansgrohe


Wahoo Fitness has announced a new partnership with the BORA-hansgrohe professional cycling team, led by three-time World Champion Peter Sagan and 2016 Polish National Champion Rafael Majka.

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Grinduro announces 2018 dates


In its fourth year, the mixed-terrain Grinduro event will see a return to two classic venues in 2018. On July 14, it’s off to the Isle of Arran in Scotland, and on September 29, riders will head to Quincy, California, where Grinduro was born.

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Can You Be A Vegan Pro Cyclist?


Can you be a vegan pro cyclist? Pro cycling nutritionist Nigel Mitchell gives his opinion in this insightful video.

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Retro Ride: 1987 Kestrel 4000


The Kestrel 4000 all carbon monocoque bicycle frame was introduced for the 1987 season, and was truly a game changer, hearkening a “disruptive” evolution in how bikes were made and what material was used.

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Floyd’s of Leadville debuts CBD cream


Floyd’s of Leadville, the Colorado-based maker of CBD pain management supplements that was founded by former pro cyclist Floyd Landis, has introduced a new CBD based transdermal cream.

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