Paul Components quick release seat post collar


Want a little inside look into American made cycling component manufacturing? Here’s a short video on how Paul Components QR seat post collars are assembled and should be adjusted.

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Zipp 302 wheels surprisingly affordable


Dream of owning a Zipp wheelset but don’t think you can afford one? Think again.

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Thule Double Track Pro, ProRide Rack, and Chasm Bag


Tired of jamming your bike in the truck? Thule has just debuted two new soft clamp style racks.

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Silca 100-year anniversary HX-One Set


The Silca HX-One tool set is one of the most beautiful kits we’ve ever laid eyes on. And to celebrate turning 100, they’ve made it even better.

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Video: Making of the Tour de France trophy


Curious about those gorgeous Tour de France trophies? Here’s a little behind the scenes video on how they’re made.

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Co-op Bikes ARD 1.4 review


Co-op Bikes is a new house brand from REI. The focus is on adventure and the ARD 1.4 promises to get you there regardless of surface type.

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Ridley Noah SL Disc gets integrated cockpit


Ridley has fine tuned the Noah SL aero road bike in pursuit of more speed and shaved upwards of 300g off their Fenix endurance bike.

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Neil Pryde Nazare and Bura receive updates


Neil Pryde is a well known brand in the UK — and It will soon be making a big push stateside and has just revamped two of its premiere road models.

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THM Tibia stem and Fibula brake


THM is known in weight weenie circles for their ultra light parts. With two recent updates, they’ve managed to shave even more weight.

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3T Strada hints at future of aero road bikes


With aero design, a 1x specific drivetrain, disc stoppers, and massive tires, the 3T Strada is a bike ahead of its time. Will it find a market?

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WTB Resolute brings all-weather performance to gravel market


Gravel tires have to do it all, from punching through slop to rolling fast. There aren’t a lot of tires on the market that meet this mark, but WTB thinks they’ve done it with the new Resolute.

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Stan’s No Tubes new Avion R Pro wheelset ads rim brake track


Not sold on disc brakes yet? Stan’s new Avion R Pro wheels bring Dirt Kanza winning tech to the rim brake market.

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Specialized limited edition Jim Merz Sequoia


Specialized pays homage to legendary frame builder (and ultra-endurance rider) Jim Merz with a gorgeous limited edition Sequoia adventure bike.

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MASI brings the sparkle with gorgeous custom builds


Do you love sparkly things? Then you’ve love these two custom builds.

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Eight new tools for the home (and pro) mechanic


Do you believe in having the right tool for the job? Then you’ll find something to love in this roundup of new tools.

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Drone pilot causes crash in criterium


At a recent amateur criterium in Rancho Cordova, California, a drone pilot crashed his drone into a tree while trying to capture race footage. What happens next will blow your mind.

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Is full suspension gravel grinder the next big thing?


Niner pushing the gravel grinding concept envelope with a full suspension drop bar bike.

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WTB Byway tire increases road plus options


WTB introduced the concept of road plus last year. Now, they’re expanding the line to include a more dirt worthy option. Meet the Byway.

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2017 Orbea Terra billed as do-it-all adventure bike


Can’t decide how to solve your N+1 dilemma? The new Orbea Terra adventure bike might just be the answer.

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Tom Boonen talks music in new Ride. Run. Play. video series


This new web series from Defeet seeks to explore the common bonds shared by athletes and musicians. To start off the series, they spoke with Tom Boonen.

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Why did Peter Sagan crash in Belgium?


Did a fan’s jacket cause Peter Sagan to crash at the Tour of Flanders? Or was the world champ just riding too close to the barriers?

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Deux North’s Hunt VI: Attempting an Everest


For their latest Hunt, the Deux North crew set out to climb the same elevation as Mount Everest. The ride covered over 200 miles and took 26 hours to complete.

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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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