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ENVE unveils lightweight carbon hub and climbing wheel

Utah’s ENVE Composites has a pair of new high end offerings, including a carbon road hub that won a Eurobike Design and Innovation award and the company’s first ever tubeless ready carbon clincher wheel.

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Pro Bike: Peter Sagan’s world championship winning Specialized S-Works Tarmac

With one perfectly timed late-race attack, Peter Sagan reaffirmed his place among cycling’s elite, winning the 2015 UCI world championship men’s elite road race title. Here’s the bike that carried him there.

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Oddest of Interbike: Weird, wacky – and maybe pure genius

Best part of Interbike? Well, sure we love checking out all the latest and greatest gear and apparel. But just as interesting (or at least entertaining) are all the unique ideas and offbeat products that debut in Vegas. Some are pure genius, some not so much.

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Best of Interbike: The coolest new bike products for 2016

What’s the best thing you saw? It’s the No. 1 question we hear after every trade show. And here is our answer. The following — in our collective opinion — represents the newest, coolest and most interesting stuff our RoadBikeReview crew came across throughout the course of the 2015 Interbike trade show.

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Interbike 2015: Pioneer Electronics launches Single Leg Power Meter

Pioneer Electronics has expanded its line of power meters with the introduction of a new Single Leg Power Meter that’s available for Shimano Dura-Ace 9000 or Ultegra 6800 cranks, and is designed for road and cyclocross applications.

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Interbike 2015: New K-Edge chain guide, plus computer and camera mounts

K-Edge has added to its expanding portfolio of precision machined chain catchers, camera mounts, and computer mounts for bicycles with a host of new product offerings.

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Canari Interbike 2015

For 2016, Canari has expanded its custom collection with the new Pinnacle road and PR Triathlete kit.

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Voler Interbike 2015

Voler launches an all new road kit that combines a jersey and bib for improved aero performance. Their Black Label line also sees updates in the form of slimmer fitting race cuts.

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Vittoria Interbike 2015

Vittoria runs us through the features of the all new Corsa, aka the fastest road tire ever made.

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Interbike 2015: Wahoo unveils ELEMNT GPS cycling computer

Top line highlights include a streamlined user experience and simplified setup process, with the goal of providing a seamless connection between the rider and their data.

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Interbike 2015: SockGuy releases more than 50 new designs

Something for everyone, covering road, mountain, and just about any other sport where socks are an integral piece of equipment.

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Colorado commits $100 million to biking infrastructure

On the opening day of the Interbike trade show in Las Vegas, Governor John Hickenlooper announced the state’s plan to commit more than $100 million over the next four years to make Colorado the best state for bike riding.

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How To: Replace cleats on your cycling shoes

Cleats are one of those underappreciated cycling components. You rely on them to do a critical job, but rarely spend much time thinking about them until they fail. Indeed, cleats do wear out, so best be able to recognize when it’s time for a new pair — and be able to properly replace them.

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New Fuji SL road bike 20 percent lighter than predecessor

New SL is improved version of the Fuji Altamira with new innovations such as an octagonal downtube of high-tensile strength carbon, injection-molded cable stops, and a frame with only four bonded joints.

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Zwift unveils virtual world championship course

Zwift have partnered with cycling’s world governing body and the race’s local promoters to create the first-ever virtual version of a world championship course. Anyone with some basic indoor training equipment and a wifi connection can take a spin on a virtual 3D version of the 16.2km course.

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2016 Bike Lights Shootout: Commuter Lights

This segment of the 2016 Bike Lights Shootout will focus on affordable, low-powered headlights and tail lights that primarily allow the cyclist to be seen. Check back often to see the latest lights reviews.

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How To: Replace a bicycle chain

Whether you bust it on the road or trail, or if it simply wears out and needs to be replaced, knowing how to change a chain is an important skill every cyclist should have. Watch and learn.

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Watteam PowerBeat add-on power meter launched

The exceedingly crowded power meter market recently added yet another player. The new Watteam PowerBeat is being billed as the “first add-on, professional-grade power meter.” Price for the device is $500.

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New PRO road wheels, bars, stems and seatpost

Shimano will always be best known for its drivetrains. But the Japanese cycling giant has also built a considerable presence in the component arena with its PRO line. That line-up expanded once again at the recently wrapped Eurobike trade show.

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Giro Chrono apparel line launched

On the eve of the Eurobike trade show in Germany, Giro has pulled back the curtain on its new Chrono line, a collection of high performance apparel for men and women.

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How To: Clean your bike helmet

Your helmet isn’t likely at the top of the list when it comes to periodic cycling gear maintenance. But this most valuable of articles does need a little TLC once in a while. Check out this video to learn more.

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Do disc brakes stop you faster than rim brakes?

Some riders absolutely love disc brakes. Others loathe them as unnecessary and even dangerous. But which are really better when it matters most. Check out this video to find out.

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How To: Align your saddle and handlebars

Do you hate it when your handlebars and saddle are not perfectly in alignment? Us, too. So how do you assure that everything lines up properly? Check out this video from the Global Cycling Network, which includes two easy-to-apply methods.

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Giant launches new line-up of road and MTB shoes

The world’s largest bike maker is getting into the shoe business. Giant is introducing a new line of performance footwear, featuring what it calls Motion Efficiency System.

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Motobecane introduces new SuperRoad line-up

On-line bike seller Bikes Direct has unveiled its 2016 line-up of Motebecane road bikes. Dubbed SuperRoad, the emphasis is on go-anywhere performance thanks to clearance for up to 700x45c (or 29×1.75″) tires.

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