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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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The (sweet) music of bicycles, and nothing else

Steven Baber took his love for bicycles and created full songs with just his bicycle, by recording sounds from every component, from presta valves to freehubs.

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Bikes of the WorldTour: What teams are riding what

Most riders of the 2014 professional peloton will have at least two bikes at their disposal, an aero road bike and a lighter climbing option. Some will also have frames specifically designed for the cobbled classics. Here’s a rundown of who is riding what.

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First Look: Boardman Bikes CXR 9.0, 9.2, 9.4 cyclocross bikes

Boardman Bikes is now entering the States, and is bringing three of its Elite series cyclocross bikes over in the from of the aluminum 9.0, and the carbon 9.2 and 9.4 bikes.

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Vision Metron 55 wheels, Metron 4D handlebar, stem and seatpost

Check out the new high-end line of Metron carbon wheels from Vision that are available now. Also highlighted here are the Vision Metron 4D carbon handlebar, carbon stem and carbon seatpost.

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How To: Securely lock your bike

Don’t let thieves make off with your two-wheeled treasure. Follow these basic steps to assure your bike is safe and secure when you’re not around to keep an eye on it.

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Cross Worlds: Neils Albert’s Colnago & 10 Riders to Watch

The last major cyclocross race of this season is this weekend, and it’s the biggest of them all — the 2014 world championships in Hoogerheide, The Netherlands. To get you prepped we have a look at Neils Albert’s Colnago Prestige, plus our 10 Riders to Watch and race predictions.

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Reynolds Cycling New Cryo Blue Power Pads

In this video, Paul Lew from Reynolds Cycling shows us their all new for 2014 Cryo Blue Power pads that feature increased braking performance.

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Video: The Birth of a Bicycle Rim

Check out this revealing video from wheel maker Velocity USA, which offers a beginning-to-end inside look at how a bicycle rim comes to life at its factory in Jacksonville, Florida. In just 66 seconds, you’ll go from raw extrusion to complete rim ready-to-ship.

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How To: Ride In Strong Winds (Video)

When the wind begins to howl, use these tricks and tips to maintain momentum.

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Viral Video: How to Be a Road Biker

Check out this hilarious video and then tell us which of these “How-To” steps you’ve already checked off your cycling to-do list.

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Accessory Maker Takes the Road Less Travelled with ‘Blackburn Ranger’ Ambassador Program

With no rain in sight for the foreseeable future, 2014 just might be the perfect year to ride the Pacific Coast, and the folks at Blackburn want to help.

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How To: Properly Shift Gears (Video)

Shifting gears may seem like a simple process, but there is an art to it. Watch and learn.

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How To: Five Important Pre-Ride Safety Checks (Video)

Before you ride your bike, it’s important to make sure that it’s in proper working order. Because there’s nothing worse than leaving the house with a slow leak, bad brakes, or loose skewers.

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RoofScope Helps You Keep an Eye on Precious Roof-Mounted Cargo

Ever driven your roof-rack mounted bike into a low overhang? Ouch. RoofScope might just be the ounce-of-prevention you need to make sure it doesn’t happen again.

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How To: Get Home After Slashing Your Tire’s Sidewall (Video)

A slash in the sidewall of your tire typically means the end of your ride. But with a little McGyver ingenuity it’s possible to get back on the road and get home.

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Video: Transition Offers Unique Take on Cyclocross and Training

While some might be surprised to see them doing a cyclocross bike, their promo video for the bike –the Rapture CX–seems like a fitting introduction.

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How To: Get Home When You’ve Run Out Of Tubes (Video)

You’ve just suffered your third puncture, you’re out of tubes and are miles from home. Now what? Here are some tricks that just might get you home without having to call for help, hitchhike or walk.

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