5 reasons why you should shop at your local bike shop


Buying online has it perks, but there’s a number of good reasons why you should consider shopping at your local bike shop. Click through to read our top five.

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WTB Exposure tire now available in 32mm option


Enjoy taking the road less traveled? So do the folks at WTB. That’s why their latest tire is designed to tackle a wide variety of road (and off-road) surfaces.

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Paul Component debuts Quick Release Seat Post Collar


In the market for a quick release seat post collar? This one is handmade in the United States.

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Video: Dog joins peloton and out sprints racers


Stop worrying about your next upgrade and watch this dog run.

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Fox nearing launch of Adventure Cross short-travel fork


The new CX fork is based on the Step-Cast fork and likely features 30mm of travel.

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Four gorgeous Red Hook Crit Specialized bikes


Ready for some serious bike porn? Click through to get up close with four incredible custom Specialized track bikes.

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This is how bike lanes should work


The Netherlands is one of the most bicycle friendly countries in the world. This video explains how they do it.

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Roval CLX 50 carbon wheels first ride review


Blending the low weight of the CLX 32 with the aero advantage of the CLX 64, Roval’s new mid-depth CLX 50 might just be the best all-around wheelset we’ve ridden. Find out more in the RoadBikeReview First Ride Review.

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Harrowing crash into ravine caught on tape


You know what the difference is between cyclists and soccer players? Watch this video. After taking a massive tumble, Spanish superstar Joaquim Rodriguez just shrugged it off and got back in the saddle.

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Turner launches limited edition Cyclosys colorway


Want to stand out from the crowd? Then take a look at this gorgeous new limited edition CX rig from Turner Bikes.

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105-year-old cyclist breaks world hour record


At 105, Frenchman Robert Marchand is still riding bicycles and crushing records. Talk about inspiration. Chapeau!

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RoadBikeReview’s top 10 most viewed articles of 2016


The last 12 months have been tough for celebrities, musicians, and democrats, but it’s been an awesome year for bike geeks.

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MTB racer ‘Ratboy’ takes on craziest race in world


Josh “Ratboy” Bryceland, a former World Cup Downhill Champion, crosses the pond to take part in the spectacle that is SSCXWC.

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Up close with Jonathan Page’s Fuji Altamira


Jonathan Page is the most successful American to ever race cyclocross on the international stage. We caught up with him earlier this year to discuss his bike setup.

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Singlespeed bike packing in Finland


Adventure doesn’t necessarily have to mean flying across the world. You can find incredible vistas in your own backyard.

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Video: Artistic Cycling World Championships


Turns out Artistic Cycling is a real thing. And it’s super gnarly.

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2016 Holiday Gift Guide: Tools for the cyclists in your life


If the gearhead in your life loves to spend their evenings tinkering, then consider one of these great gift ideas.

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Video: Short history of cycling anime


Japan is home to one of the world’s most vibrant cycling communities and that passion is reflected in their cinema.

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2016 Holiday Gift Guide: Indoor training gear


Training indoors it tough, but you can make it better for you or your loved ones with some of these great gift ideas.

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2016 Holiday Gift Guide: Bikes and gear for kids


Not sure what to get your kids this year? No matter what their riding style is, they’re sure to love one of the following two-wheel inspired gift ideas.

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Would you wear a recyclable $5 helmet?


Bike share programs are an excellent way to explore new cities, but they don’t include a helmet rental. This new cardboard design seeks to change that.

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Get out and adventure with new Breezer Radar Pro


Joe Breeze is credited with building the first ever mountain bike and that legacy lives on with his latest gravel grinder.

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New ultra-modular FormMount gadget holder


Stock mounting hardware for most cycling accessories leaves something to be desired. Improve the look and usability of your setup with the new FormMount.

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New Microshift Thumbies from Paul Components


Miss thumb shifters? Convert your old bar end shifters using Paul Component’s new MicroShift Thumbies.

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New True Temper Slim Chance from Fat Chance


Always dreamed of owning a Slim Chance road bike? Don’t miss out on your last chance. To celebrate that bike’s 25th anniversary, Chris Chance is releasing a special limited edition batch. These new frames will share the same geometry as the original models and are built using True Temper OX platinum tubing.

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Derby launches new tubeless ready CX/gravel rim


Derby Rims helped popularize ultra wide rims for mountain bikes and is hoping to help do the same for road with their new CX rated rims.

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New Praxis Works Zayante and Alba compact cranks


Typically, compact cranks have 50/34t gearing, which works great for most people. But if you’re looking for something even more spin-to-win friendly, the new micro solution from Praxis allows you to step down to a 48/32t combination.

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9Point8 teases Fall Line 27.2 dropper post


Dropper posts may be a mountain bike thing, but the added control they offer is something all cyclists can benefit from.

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Diamondback debuts wild Andean TT bike


Diamondback thumbed its nose at the UCI when it debuted the wild-looking, disc brake equipped Andean time trial bike, which is claimed to be the world’s fastest.

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Lezyne updates GPS line, launches new models


This year is Lezyne’s 10th anniversary. To celebrate, they’ve been revamping each of their product categories, improving functionality and updating aesthetics.

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Highlights from Kona’s 2017 Road Lineup


Kona is best known for its range of mountain bikes, but they also produce a full range of models that include everything from performance road bikes to commuters. Click through for an overview of our favorites.

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Fixed gear fun in San Francisco


It’s antics like this that make people hate cyclists. But at the same time, we kind of admire Matt Shapiro’s cycling style.

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Video: Lost in Place – the beauty of the bike ride


Your bike has the capacity to turn even the most mundane ride into a transformative experience. This video perfectly encapsulates that experience.

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Video: Incredible save by Danny Van Poppel


Watch Danny Van Poppel flat track a corner in this incredible save at the Tour de Suisse.

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Gallery: Glen Plake’s mint condition Gios Super Record


Glen Plake is instantly recognizable in ski films due to his two foot mohawk, but this freeride skiing icon has a heart for road racing. When he’s not hitting the slopes, he’s following WorldTour races — and rallying this beautiful Gios road bike.

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Three new tires for Gravel Grinding


Enjoy taking your road bike off road? Here are three new tires designed to take the abuse and still roll fast.

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Specialized and HED announce development partnership


Specialized will also license HED’s patent on rim shape, which describes how to increase stall angles (and thereby reduce drag) via rim width and shape.

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Nox Composites launches new wide S36R carbon clincher


Best known for its mountain bike products, Nox Composites is getting into the road component game with a sexy looking set of carbon clinchers.

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Kali Protectives launches Tava aero road helmet


Whether you’re racing road or cyclocross, or just blasting through the woods, the new Kali Protectives Tava is designed to be fast. Watch this video to learn more.

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First Look: Bird of Prey


If you’ve ever spoken to a recumbent cyclists for any length of time, you’re probably well aware of the superior aerodynamics of the comically shaped machines. A new brand named Bird of Prey is taking that concept and literally flipping it on its head.

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Niner updates RLT 9 and RLT Steel for the Road Less Traveled


Built to explore the road less traveled, the Niner RLT 9 and Steel are capable of tackling nearly any surface, be it paved or otherwise. To help make them even more versatile, Niner has made a few minor updates for 2016.

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Round up: Cool new tools for the home mechanic


These handy gadgets will make taking care of your bike a snap — and could bail you out of a jam while you’re out on a ride.

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