How To: Proper hand and body position for every situation

There are three places to hold your bars: the hoods, drops and tops. But when is the best time to be in which position and why? Check out this video to find out.

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USA Pro Challenge: BMC’s Van Garderen defends title

Colorado resident breaks Vail TT record on way to convincing win. Garmin’s Alex Howes takes final stage in Denver.

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New Gear: POC Octal AVIP MIPS road helmet

Multi-directional Impact Protection System helps reduce rotational forces to the brain in the event of an angled impact.

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USA Pro Challenge: Cannondale’s Viviani takes sprint win

Jens Voigt’s solo breakaway foiled near finish, while BMC’s Tejay van Garderen maintains overall lead through four days of racing.

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USA Pro Challenge: Van Garderen takes stage, overall lead

After climbing laden day, Colorado resident wins atop Monarch Mountain, moves into yellow jersey

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USA Pro Challenge: Carpenter grabs win, Howes into yellow

Rain batters field during testing stage 2 ride from Aspen to Crested Butte.

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USA Pro Challenge: Kiel Reijnen takes stage 1 sprint

Colorado resident takes hard-fought opener in the streets of downtown Aspen at end of circuit race with three 22-miles laps that included 2,300 feet of climbing per lap.

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How To: Top 10 climbing tips

We all want to be better climbers, but it takes lots of hard work to get there. Try these time-tested tricks and techniques to get up hills faster.

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Spotted: Speedplay releases Zero Pavé pedal system

Roughly seven years from the first hint of their existence, Speedplay has finally started shipping its Zero Pavé Pedal System.

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Video: Top 10 Road Bike Upgrades

Looking to breathe some new life into that old road bike of yours? Here are 10 surefire upgrades that will do the trick.

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USA Pro Challenge: Van Garderen, Voigt, Basso racing in Colorado

Six day stage race in Colorado features stars from this year’s Tour de France, including King of the Mountain winner, multiple stage winners, and fifth place finisher and defending Pro Challenge champion Tejay van Garderen.

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Video: What’s the fastest downhill tuck position?

How do you gain speed when you’re fully spun out going down hill? Most of us get into some sort of aerodynamic tuck. But which position is the fastest?

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How To: Adjust your brakes while out on a ride (video)

With a multi-tool and a little bit of know-how, it’s easy to keep a set of mechanical rim brakes operating properly.

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Video: Ask The Pros – What Do You Always Travel With?

What’s that one item pros cant live without when traveling? Find out in this insightful video from our friends at the Global Cycling Network.

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2014 Tour de France: Graham Watson Stage 21 Photo Gallery

Marcel Kittel won the final stage, Vincenzo Nibali was officially crowned overall winner, and Graham Watson was there to document it all.

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2014 Tour de France: Stage 21 Preview – Évry to Paris Champs-Élysées

The final stage of the 2014 Tour de France traces a familiar path into the City of Light and on to the famed Champs-Élysées. This is normally a day for the sprinters and we don’t expect that to change this year.

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2014 Tour de France: Graham Watson Stage 20 Photo Gallery

After nearly three weeks of racing, race photog Graham Watson is still churning out amazing imagery of the world’s greatest rolling spectacle–including these from today’s stage 20 time trial.

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2014 Tour de France: Stage 20 Preview – Bergerac to Périgueux

The one and only time trial in this year’s race, this 54km roller from Bergerac to Périgueux will decide the order on the final podium.

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2014 Tour de France: Graham Watson Stage 19 Photo Gallery

Team Garmin-Sharp finally breaks through with a stage win, while Vincenzo Nibali rolls one day closer to the final yellow jersey in Paris. See how it all unfolded through the lens of Graham Watson.

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2014 Tour de France: Stage 19 Preview – Maubourguet Pays du Val d’Adour to Bergerac

A long, flat day in the saddle looks perfect for a sprint finish — or a successful breakaway. You just never know, especially at this late stage of the race. And that is magnificent beauty of the Tour de France.

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2014 Tour de France: Graham Watson Stage 18 Photo Gallery

The 2014 Tour de France concluded its trip through the high mountains on Thursday. First up were the precipitous slopes of the menacing Col du Tourmalet. See more from stage 18 here.

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Video: Do shaved legs make you faster?

Go inside the wind tunnel to find out whether it’s worth spending a little extra time with a razor. The answer may surprise you.

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2014 Tour de France: Stage 18 Preview – Pau to Hautacam

Another testing day in the Pyrenees, this time the bunch faces the Tourmalet (17.1km, 7.3% average gradient) and then a summit finish atop Hautacam (13.6km, 7.8%).

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2014 Tour de France: Graham Watson Stage 17 Photo Gallery

It was another big day in the Pyrenees for the Tour de France peloton. Stage 17 included three category 1 climbs, then finished with the long grind up the hors categorie Pla d’Adet ascent.

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2014 Tour de France: Stage 17 Preview – Saint-Gaudens to Saint-Lary Pla d’Adet

Short, yes. Easy, no way. The 125km run from Saint-Gaudens to Saint-Lary-Soulon Pla d’Adet is packed with punch. After a 40km opening spin, the profile rises and falls like a set of ocean waves.

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