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First Look: Blackburn Wayside multi-tool

This $35 problem solver has 19 functions, including detachable hex keys, an 8mm Hex for additional leverage, and a serrated knife blade.

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Rapha and Team Sky reveal 2016 kit design

Designed to stand out amidst the visual clutter of the pro peloton, Team Sky will wear the latest Pro Team racewear by Rapha for the 2016 race season.

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Wolf Tooth adds 38t, 40t, and 42t elliptical rings to line-up

New offerings machined in Minneapolis, Minnesota, from hard-wearing 7075-T6 aluminum, and take advantage of Wolf Tooth’s patent-pending Drop-Stop tooth profile for improved chain retention and mud shedding.

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State Transporter designed to carry your adult beverages

The melding of beer and bikes is not a novel concept, but this new offering State Bicycle Co. and Four Peaks Brewing pushes the proverbial envelop to new heights.

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Mavic to paint Tour of Utah yellow

French wheel and apparel maker Mavic has inked a multi-year deal with the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah as the official neutral support provider for the men’s professional, multi-stage race and the women’s race event.

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Congress passes FAST Act: $4 billion for bike and pedestrian projects

In what’s a big win for cyclists across North America, the U.S. Congress has passed the FAST Act (Fixing America’s Surface Transportation), a five-year reauthorization of the federal surface transportation program.

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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: Blaze Burner bicycle tail light

24 LEDs emit 100 lumens via 180-degree spread in light that is in Kickstarter phase.

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New Schwinn Vantage commuter bike has elastomer suspension

Hybrid commuter bike features Smooth Ride Technology to make trips to work a little more comfortable. Find out how.

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Craig’s List Find: 4,000 bikes for $20,000

Looking to start a bike shop specializing in low priced two-wheeled steeds? This Craig’s List seller is trying to move 4,000 bikes for $20,000 — or $5 per bike.

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2016 il Massimo Minturno Italian road bike

Italian style and craftsmenship in a throw back steel frame keeps things simple.

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Arrive S: An interesting new take on the water bottle

Most of us don’t give much thought to our water bottles. If it’s clean and doesn’t leak it’ll do the job. But a new cycling industry company called ABLOC is trying to change that with its new Arrive S bottle.

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Your chances of dying ranked by sport and activity

What’s the most dangerous activity in the world? And where does cycling rank? Check out this fascinating infographic for those answers and much more.

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Wolf Tooth Drop-Stop one-by chainrings for Shimano

In the increasingly crowded space of specialty replacement chainrings, Wolf Tooth Components is now offering its Drop-Stop 1x for Shimano Dura-Ace, Ultegra, 105, and Tiagra cranks with Shimano’s asymmetric 4x110mm bolt pattern.

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Speedplay Zero and Ultra Light Action Pedals get walkable cleats

Speedplay is bringing added choice to its line-up of road pedals. The San Diego-based company is set to provide consumers the option of walkable or standard cleats when buying its Zero or Ultra Light Action pedal systems.

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ENVE launches disc specific tubular cyclocross wheelset

ENVE has a new top-of-the-line weapon for the cyclocross crowd. The Utah maker of all things carbon has made race-ready ’cross wheels before, but the ENVE CX takes it a step further and is available as a disc-specific tubular only set-up.

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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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Endura’s new overshoe line-up just in time for winter

Scotland’s Endura has just launched an impressive line-up of overshoes to suit a variety of riding styles, climate, and weather. Here are complete tech details and pricing.

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Zwift moves to fee based structure, adds workout mode

After a year of giving its product away for free, Zwift has announced it’s moving to a paid for subscription service, as well as launching into the structured training market with the addition of a workout mode. Zwift will begin a non-contract monthly pricing structure of $10 starting October 29.

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Giant unveils new 2016 Trinity triathlon bike

Flagship Trinity Advanced Pro model, which is being raced at Kona by Ironman pro Tim Van Berkel, features Giant’s AeroSystem shaping technology and a number of innovative triathlon-specific features including the AeroVault integrated hydration and storage system.

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Which cyclists ride the farthest and most? Strava knows

Ever wonder which city’s cyclists ride the farthest and the most? Now you can find out thanks to Strava’s new interactive data platform, Strava Insights. Hint: The Bay area ranks high.

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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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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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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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