Book Review: The Elite Bicycle: Portraits of Great Marques, Makers and Designers

The holidays are approaching and the thought of buying another gift card makes you cringe. What else can you give that special cycling enthusiast in your life this season? Add this beautiful book to your list of possibilities.

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Top Cycling Destination: Asheville, North Carolina

Mountains, microbreweries, and a plethora of amazing roads await you in a place affectionately known as the Portland of the east. Bring your bike and get ready to experience one of the country’s best kept road cycling secrets.

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Interview: Black Cat Bicycles’ Todd Ingermanson

You can instantaneously recognize a Black Cat bike from a distance because of its amazing paint job, but it’s up close where you see the real magic. RoadBikeReview sat down with Todd Ingermanson to pick the brain behind this marriage of form and function.

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How To: Gravel Grinding – Taming the Road Less Paved

You pass that fire road every day, wishing you had a cyclocross bike on which to ride it. But you don’t need a new rig to get off the beaten path–the one you’ve got will do just fine along with a little practice and our handy tips on navigating the dirt on skinny tires.

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Feature: Destination Santa Cruz, CA

You like mind bending climbs. You like thrilling descents. You like to ride on pavement and you like to ride on dirt. If you answered yes, yes, and yes please, then Santa Cruz, CA should be at the top of your cycling vacation list.

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Levi’s Gran Fondo: A Bucket List Ride

There are rides, and then there are rides worth dropping everything for to make sure you have a place in the peloton. Here’s the inside track on why Levi’s Gran Fondo is not to be missed.

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How To: Five Tips To Get Ready For Cross Season

Cannondale-Cyclocrossworld’s Tim Johnson and Jamis Cyclocross Team’s Ben Jacques-Maynes know a thing or two about cyclocross. Here’s their pro advice on getting prepped for season ahead.

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