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How To: Inflate a bicycle tire

Pumping up the tires on your bike is a pretty basic skill. But like any skill, you need someone to show you how to do it the first time. So if you don’t know, don’t worry. You’ve come to the right place.

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6 best ways to greet a fellow cyclist

Whether overtaking or passing in a different direction, there’s no reason not to acknowledge other cyclists. But what’s the best way to say, hi? The gang from the Global Cycling Network offers these suggestions.

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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: Team Sky meets mini Team Sky

Sometimes sports can get a little too serious. When that happens it’s often best to see things through the eye’s of a child. We promise this video of Team Sky riders meeting their mini clones will have you cracking up.

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Tour de France Retrospective: The year of the running man

Winner of his third Tour de France, Chris Froome wore the Yellow Jersey in controlling the competition beginning at the Bagnères-de-Luchon stage just until the Champs-Elysées. But the Briton had to deal with a host of new challengers and challenges. Here is a look back at the 2016 Tour de France.

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Peter Sagan’s secret training regimen

How did Peter Sagan become the cycling superstar he is? Hard training of course. But maybe not the kind of training when you think about your average pro bike racer.

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Saris celebrates 42 years of American manufacturing

In honor of this long weekend’s 4th of July holiday, we wanted to give a shout out to Saris Cycling Group, a manufacturer of bicycle accessories that’s celebrating a long-held commitment to American manufacturing.

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Video: What makes the Tour de France great

With the start of the 2016 Tour de France upon us, it’s time to recognize La Grande Boucle as a character unto itself. This video looks back on the Tour de France’s history with the most storied mechanic in cycling history, Julian DeVries.

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Tech Tip: How to improve your gear shifting

Nobody likes a slow shifting bike. To keep thing running smooth — and quick — check out these five tips that will speed up your bike’s gear shifting.

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Road cycling pedals explained

If you’re buying a pair of clipless pedals for the first time, it can be a little confusing. There are a host of options, all with varying features. So which will be best for you and your needs?

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Four of pro cycling’s most dangerous descents

Riders on the WorldTour descend for thousands of miles each racing season. Most of the time these dashes downhill don’t get a second thought. But there are times when caution is indeed the better part of valor. Here are four of pro cycling’s most dangerous descents.

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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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Video: Bottom bracket standards explained

The notion of standards in the cycling world has reached comical status. Whether it’s mountain bike wheel sizes, hub widths, road bike brakes, or bottom brackets, the only thing that is standard is consumer confusion.

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Roadies vs. Mountain Bikers: Who can do a better wheelie?

Two videos, one goal: Find out who can do a better wheelie — roadies or mountain bikers? The answer would seem obvious (the fat tire riders of course), but it’s still pretty entertaining to see them face off.

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How to make your road bike last longer

Bikes can be expensive to replace. Maximize your bike’s lifespan with these tips.

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Brompton World Championship storm Sea Otter Classic

The famed Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca swapped leathers and superbikes for suit jackets and folding bikes, as it played host to the Brompton World Championship.

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Amazing on-bike video footage goes inside Paris-Roubaix

There is nothing in sport that quite measures up to the chaos and carnage that is Paris-Roubaix. And outside of riding the race yourself, there’s no better way to understand the madness then to go along for a virtual ride.

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Top 10 most incredible cycling world records

From the highest bunny-hop to the longest wheelie, here are the top 10 most unbelievable feats achieved on two wheels.

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Tom Boonen talks Hell of the North

Last year, injury slowed Belgian great Tom Boonen. But the legendary classics specialist is back in fighting form and this weekend will be chasing his fifth Paris-Roubaix title on the rough cobblestones of Northern France. Press play to find out what motivates Boonen.

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Top 10 most powerful people in cycling

When it comes to bike racing there are two kinds of power, the kind displayed out on the open road and the kind of power exerted behind the scenes. Here are cycling’s 10 most powerful backroom dealers.

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Top 5 weirdest road bikes of all time

Bike design has always been a bastion of creativity, some of it contemporary, some downright crazy. These five off-the-wall two-wheeled creations fall squarely in the coocoo camp.

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Crushing a carbon frame in a trash compactor

What happens to a bike frame when it’s damaged and the customer opts for a new replacement frame? Check out this video from Art’s Cyclery, where in order to get credit for the old frame, the damaged one must be destroyed.

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Being Peter Sagan: World champ talks life, love, classics

In the new documentary web series “I am Specialized”, Big Red S film makers were granted intimate access to the daily routines and lives of some of the world’s top professional road racers while leading up to the most critical races of their 2016 seasons.

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Mark Cavendish’s top 5 sprinting tips

Whether you’re dashing toward the finish of a local criterium race or just trying to beat your buddies past the town line sign, you’ll need to have a good sprint. And who better to learn from than one of the best.

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