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How To: Descend safely in a group

Going downhill is one thing. Going downhill in a group is another. You need to be aware of the riders around you and take a few special precautions.

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Video: Greg LeMond can fix a flat, too

Not to be outdone by longtime rival Lance Armstrong, three-time Tour de France winner Greg LeMond shows us he can fix a flat tire, too.

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Tech: Google self-driving car recognizes cyclist’s gestures

Would you feel safe sharing the street with a robot car? Google says there’s no need to worry.

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Sea Otter Video: 2014 Rotor Power Meter with World Championship Q-Rings

Rotor’s Christie O’Hara tells us all about their power meter cranks equipped with left and right strain gauges that deliver a plethora of pedaling data to the rider.

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How To: Climb faster without training more

That might sound impossible, but there are a host of subtle tricks that can help you get up hills more efficiently that don’t involve intervals or endless hours in the saddle.

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Lance Armstrong: “Yes, I feel like I won races.” (Video)

Armstrong talks with Outside Magazine about his revoked Tour wins, how life has changed in the past year, and working on his golf game.

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Sea Otter Video: Kenda Kountach Endurance and Kommando X Pro Tires 2014

Kenda Tire Road and Cyclocross Marketing Manager Ben Anderson is on deck with RBR to talk about two new tires from the crew.

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Sea Otter Video: Diamondback Podium Equipe Team Optum Edition 2014

Diamondback recently upped their presence in the road cycling world by announcing a partnership with Optum Pro Cycling. Diamondback Road Marketing Manager James Weigand discusses the new team bike.

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How To: Climb faster (video)

Want to climb faster? Don’t we all. And while there are certain limiters that cannot be overcome, there are plenty of tricks and tips you can use to improve your uphill riding ability.

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How To Video: Lance Armstrong fixes a flat (seriously)

Have to say we never saw this coming. Looks like Lance has sunk to new lows — or actually has a sense of humor.

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Video: Inside the Team Sky service course

What’s a service course? Think world headquarters of a pro cycling team and you’re on the right track. Take the tour.

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How To: Tips for better climbing

Fitness and training are key. But what else can you do to improve your climbing skills? Find out.

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Video: Peter Sagan and his Cannondale SuperSix Evo

Last year’s runner up at the Tour of Flanders will be looking to go one better on Sunday when Slovakian wunderkind Peter Sagan lines up for the first of the major cobbled classics. Here’s a look at the man and his machine.

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Video: Top 10 cycling apps

The smartphone, so much more than a basic communication device — especially when it comes to cycling. Thanks to the wide world of apps, that handy little mini-computer in your jersey pocket can be used for all manner of tasks while out on the bike.

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How To: Use hand signals and call-outs to avoid road hazards

Riding in a group is fun, social and efficient. But it can be dangerous if you don’t communicate. Here are some tips for making sure your ride is safe, too.

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Video: Chris Akrigg Goes Cyclocross Crazy!

Check out this new video featuring stunt riding superstar Chris Akrigg trying his hand at cyclocross and showing everyone what a real bunny hop looks like!

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Pro Bike: Rui Costa’s Merida Reacto Evo (Video)

A profile of Rui Costa’s Merida Reacto Evo. The bike is black with rainbow stripes, unlike Costa’s rule-breaking white shorts. His bike is equipped with Shimano Dura Ace Di2, FSA bars and stem, Rotor cranks and chainrings, and Fulcrum Racing Speed wheels.

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Video: Extreme 50-minute indoor cycling class

This tough 50-minute indoor cycling session from Jessica Palmer, will improve your athletic and fat burning capacity and glucose metabolism. The workout includes drills, intervals, climbs and sprints. Feel the burn!

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Video: How a fi’zi:k saddle is made

Our friends at Global Cycling Network went to the fi’zi:k factory in Italy, for a behind the scenes look on how their saddles are made.

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How To: Thread Internal Cables (Video)

Internal cabling on both road and mountain is beautiful to look at (the absense of) but a nightmare to work on. Here is a useful tip for threading internal cables, all it needs is some cotton thread and a vacuum cleaner.

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Video: See a bike chain come to life

Ever wondered how a bike chain is made. Step inside Italy’s Campagnolo factory to see one come to life.

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How To: Tuck and descend like a pro

What’s the fastest tuck position when descending? Check out this video to find out.

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How To: Go singlespeed if you break your rear derailleur

Broken rear derailleur or busted derailleur hanger? What now? Before you reach for your phone and call for a ride, you may be able to turn your rig into a singlespeed and pedal home.

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Video: A remarkable ride through the Rockies

16,000 feet of climbing. 230 miles. 15 hours on the bike. Four grueling passes. Two crossings of the Continental Divide. One amazing journey.

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How To: Ride sand or any loose surface (video)

Sand sections are one of the biggest challenges in cyclo-cross, requiring a deft mix of power, finesse and a little bit of luck. And while you may not encounter beach-like conditions on every ride or race, the skills required to ride sand are transferable to nearly any loose surface conditions.

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