How To: Service Look and Shimano road pedals

Follow these steps to assure your pedals run smoothly — and quietly — for many miles to come.

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ENVE launches new Smart ENVE System 4.5 wheelset

Race-ready wheels come in clincher and tubular versions, and features what ENVE claims is a new drag reducing shape, the increases acceleration, cornering control, and impact resistance.

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Reynolds unveils all-terrain road disc brake wheelset

Wide-profile carbon fiber rims allow for wider tires and improved durability.

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Salsa launches redesigned Warbird gravel race bikes

New bike comes in one composite and two alloy models and features specially shaped seatstays that have a tall, thin, vertically oriented profile to promote vertical compliance by allowing them to “flex” outwards on impacts.

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Interview: Specialized creative specialist Chris D’Aluisio

Meet the man who steers road bike innovation for the Big Red S, and find out what drives the company’s creative processes.

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How To: Ride fast with a group on the flats

Riding in a fast moving group might look like a simple case of maintaining a steady power output for a sustained period of time, but there’s actually more to it than that. Check out these tips and tricks to help you hang tough on the flats.

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L’Eroica vintage cycling event coming to California

L’Eroica’s unique premise is that participants may only use bicycles built before 1988; many riders use two-wheelers built prior to World War II.

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How To: Top 10 ways to suffer like a pro when riding

Without pain there can be no gain. Use these tips to improve your cycling.

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Santa Cruz launches new Stigmata carbon cyclocross bike

Made from Santa Cruz’s lightweight CC carbon fiber blend, the Stigmata features post mount disc brakes, front and rear thru-axles, and internal cable routing. Frames come in five sizes and two colors.

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Rapha, Bradley Wiggins team up to inspire young riders

U.K. apparel maker also rolls out new high-end brevet jersey and vest.

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Wind Tunnel Test: Disc brakes versus rim brakes

Can the new road bike braking standard cheat the wind as well a bike with traditional rim brakes? Watch this video to find out more.

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Ritte launches Ace flagship road bike frameset

The Los Angeles-based bike maker has rolled out its latest road frame. Highlight features include monocoque construction and a molding process that uses a hard inner mold and bladder system.

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Review: Van Dessel Full Tilt Boogie cyclocross frameset

Despite some cosmetic issues with this first production run, the revamped Full Tilt Boogie frame is on point for ’cross racing or general two-wheeled exploration.

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Nutrition: Ultimate recovery snack — banana and date cake

Our friends at the Global Cycling Network teamed up with SORTED Food to make this banana and date cake, the ultimate, healthy, post-exercise recovery cake. Yum!!

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Review: Redshift Sports Switch Aero System

The Redshift Sports Switch Aero System is designed to make it simple to convert a road bike to triathlon use with easy-to-remove aerobars and a dual-position seatpost that allows the rider to get into the more forward “tri” position. See how well it worked.

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Specialized launches S Build semi-custom bike program

Responding to what it describes as an on-going request from dealers, Specialized has launched S Build, a semi-custom bike program that allows customers to create the bike of their dreams, as long as it fits within a number of parameters.

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Video: Bikes of the 2015 WorldTour pro teams

With the 2015 WorldTour race season well underway, it’s time to take a look at the bikes and gear that will propel the fastest men on two wheels as they roar across the roads of Europe and beyond.

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First Look: Raleigh Misceo e-bike with Shimano STEPS drive system

A quick look at Raleigh’s new electric commuter bike that features a new mid-drive system from Shimano called STEPS.

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Interview: Boyd Cycling founder Boyd Johnson

Competing against the big boys isn’t easy. Economies of scale, massive marketing budgets, and brand recognition can conspire to keep the little guy down. But Boyd Cycling claims its high-end road wheels are on par with top shelf products from the larger manufacturers. Company founder Boyd Johnson explains why.

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How To: Ride a road bike on a twisty log

Martyn Ashton breaks down one of the highlight tricks from his Road Bike Party 3 trials video.

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First Look: Ridley Noah SL carbon race bike, X-Night SL cross bike and 4ZA carbon wheels

Some highlights from Belgian brand Ridley for 2015 and 2016 including the Ridley SL carbon race bike, the X-Night SL cross bike and carbon wheels from 4ZA.

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Review: SRAM Force CX1 drivetrain with HydroR disc brakes

SRAM’s cyclocross-specific groupset and road hydraulic disc brakes are put to the test. Find out if they delivered top-tier race day performance or fell off the back.

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How To: Set your saddle height and position

Improperly set saddle height can lead to power output inefficiencies at best, severe knee pain at worst. So don’t take this task lightly. Instead follow these tips.

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First Look: KHS Flite 900 and Flite 747

Two highlights from the KHS 2015 lineup including their race-ready, Ultegra kitted Flite 900 carbon and the unique Flite 747 road bike designed for big and tall riders.

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Review: Motobecane Le Champion Team Ti

It’s always a mystery how Motobecane is able to sell a bike with parts that cost twice the asking price. But does the frame on which all these parts hang pass muster? Read on and find out.

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