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Floyd Landis getting into the weed business

In the truth is stranger than fiction department comes recent news that infamous pro cycling doper turned whistleblower Floyd Landis is getting into the weed business.

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Giant adds disc brakes to TCR road bike lineup

The pro peloton may not be ready for disc brakes, but that’s not stopping the world’s largest bike maker from pushing on with the technology. Giant has rolled out a disc brake version of its popular TCR race bike, along with a new budget priced alloy every-rider bike.

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Look limited edition 795 Aerolight road bike and pedals

It was 30 years ago this coming July that Greg LeMond took the first of his three career Tour de France victories. To celebrate the occasion, French bike maker Look has released a limited edition 30th anniversary 795 Aerolight road bike and KEO Blade 2 pedals.

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Trek expands Domane line, adds Women’s Silque

Following the launch of the Domane SLR earlier this year, Trek’s expanding the bump-absorbing bike to more platforms.

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Wahoo Fitness teams up with Bicycle Adventures – keeping riders connected

Premiere touring company Bicycle Adventures equips bike fleet exclusively with Wahoo’s ELEMNT GPS cycling computers.

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5 cyclists killed, 4 injured when truck crashes into group

Tragic news out of Kalamazoo, Michigan. According to a report on WZZM13.com, five cyclists were killed and four others seriously injured when they were struck by a pickup truck Tuesday evening.

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Salsa announces new Marrakesh adventure bike

Updated for this year, the Marrakesh from Salsa is a solid choice for the adventure/touring/exploring rider. New colors, tubeless option and new rubber are the upgrades.

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The 99th Giro d’Italia from “A” to “Z”

The 2016 Giro d’Italia is in the books and it was one for the ages, with Astana’s Vincenzo Nibali pulling off one of the greatest comebacks in grand tour racing history. Here is an A-to-Z look at this year’s race.

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Atomik Carbon rolls out premium road wheels

High-end carbon-fiber component manufacturer Atomik Carbon is hitting the pavement with a line of premium road wheels.

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Strava introduces live segments for iPhone and Android

Live segments offer real-time audio cues and visuals of an athlete’s current effort on a segment, along with their personal record, and proximity to the person at the top of the leaderboard.

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Masi Speciale Randonneur – wider tires, steel frame, great looks

Masi’s special edition touring bike strikes the perfect blend of vintage style and modern road Plus tires all at an affordable price.

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CycleOps unveils Hammer smart trainer

The notion of what is an indoor trainer and what it can do is ever evolving. Once simple machines, the new generation of training devices are literally becoming smarter and smarter. The new CycleOps Hammer is no exception.

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Giro Hold Fast gloves support true junior cycling legend

Whether you’re in need of a new pair of gloves or not, y’all ought to pull the trigger on a pair of these bad boys and help out a great cause.

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Feedback Sports acquires Scorpion Stand

Colorado-based Feedback Sports is known for making high quality bike stands, trainers, and home bike storage solutions. The company’s most recent acquisition certainly wont change that.

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Moots releases Vamoots RSL limited edition road bike

In honor of its 35th anniversary, Moots Cycles has unveiled the Vamoots RSL limited edition road. Only 50 of these specially painted road bikes will be built by the Colorado-based expert in all things titanium.

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Saris offering bike rack trade-in at Sea Otter Classic

Wisconsin-based bike rack maker Saris is offering a trade-in deal at the upcoming Sea Otter Classic in Monterey, California, from April 14-17.

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Omata debuts analog GPS speedometer for bikes

Modern technology meets classic design in this unique take on the handlebar-mounted GPS speedometer that just launched on Kickstarter.

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New Trek Domane SLR features adjustable rear decoupler

Building on what is already the company’s most popular road bike platform, Trek has unveiled the new Domane SLR with an adjustable IsoSpeed rear decoupler that allows fine tuning for terrain and a rider’s vertical compliance preference.

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Polar Bottle launches ZipStream self-sealing cap

After extensive testing on the trails and roads surrounding its Boulder, Colorado, offices, Polar Bottle has unveiled its brand new ZipStream self-sealing cap.

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Shimano expands hydraulic disc brake offerings

The new Tiagra shift/brake lever is designed to be ergonomically pleasing for multiple hand sizes.

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Brooks celebrates 150th anniversary with beautiful bikes

Brooks England is celebrating its 150th anniversary by enlisting some of the world’s best bike builders to create various interpretations of a “Brooks Bicycle.”

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Snēk Cycling Vital Case carries phone, cash and tools

Kickstarter is often an incubator for interesting new cycling-related products. Count the new Snēk Cycling Vital Case in that category.

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SRAM recalls Zipp 88 Hubs, some Zipp QRs

Component maker SRAM has issued recalls for wheels featuring the Zipp 88v6, 88v7, or 88v8 aluminum front hub, and some Zipp quick releases.

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Mavic rolls out its first full carbon clincher road wheels

The aero-enhancing 40mm Cosmic Pro Carbon SL C and lightweight 25mm Ksyrium Pro Carbon SL C both boast new construction techniques and claimed best-in-class braking.

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Fezzari introduces $399 Simbi city bike

Features include an alloy frame with horizontal dropouts and split stay design for belt drive compatibility, mounts for front and rear racks, and a CNC machined alloy chainring to ensure a snug fit with the belt drive system.

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