Suunto revamps Ambit3 Vertical with elevation tracking

High-end gadget maker’s new time keeper on steroids provides a solution for sports enthusiasts when planning and tracking elevation is essential to training and competing in activities such as cycling, skiing and running.

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Top 10 most popular RoadBikeReview articles of 2015

Take a look at our list of 2015′s most popular articles and there are three main takeaways: You the reader are most interested in new bikes, weird bikes, and articles explaining how to fix your bike.

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Combat winter with Rapha Pro Team Shadow jersey, bibs

In the spirit of battling Old Man Winter, UK-based high end apparel maker Rapha has released new racewear for foul weather road cycling. Get the details and pricing.

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Review: Lupine Rotlicht

The Rotlicht will keep you safe in the dark by adjusting its brightness to ambient light and motion, getting brighter when needed.

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Could a spicy drink be the panacea for muscle cramps?

Start-up Boston-based biotech company Flex Pharma claims to have cracked the treatment code with a new formulation that is set to launch something this spring.

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Strava users can relive their riding year in animation form

Strava has rolled out a new feature that gives its members the opportunity to relive their sporting 2015 with The Big Adventure, a personalized animated video showcasing their individual Strava stats.

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Pro Bike: Peter Sagan’s 2016 Specialized S-Works Venge ViAS

Sparkly rainbow paint job and lots of personalized nods, including a Slovakian flag and the names of other past winners of the world title.

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Strava end of year insights puts California on top

Comprising millions of individual uploaded rides, the data offers unique insight into the habits and behavior of cyclists in the United States.

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Review: Swift Carbon Ultravox TI road bike

Swift Carbon is one of those brands on the periphery. Cool looking, well designed and sponsoring notable teams. But you won’t likely see one of these frames on your weekend ride.Should that change? Read our full review to find out.

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Best POV camera race footage of 2015

After years of watching from the proverbial sidelines, cycling fans were literally allowed inside the pro peloton thanks to the proliferation of POV camera use during races. Here is some of the best footage from 2015.

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How To: Select the right road tire for your needs

TPI, tubeless compatibility, width, and compound make-up are just some of the key considerations when selecting the right road tires for your needs.

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Video: Top 10 road cycling innovations of 2015

With the end of the year fast approaching, it’s time to look back on the best in cycling technology from 2015. Check out this video that counts down the top 10 new road cycling products from the last 365 days.

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Cervélo unveils new C5 endurance road bike

Cervélo has finally gotten into the endurance road bike realm. This week, the Canadian bike maker best know for its aero road and TT machines launched a steed geared toward the off-the-beaten-path riding crowd.

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Review: Fuji SL 1.3 road bike

This sub-15-pound climbing machine comes stock with the best-in-class Shimano Dura Ace Di2 drivetrain. But does this ultra-lightweight bike deliver true uphill efficiency?

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Video: Trials master Vittorio Brumotti rides Manila

Trials master Vittorio Brumotti is at it again, this time taking his talents to the mean streets of Manila. Check out this video to once again see the capabilities of a road bike pushed in directions heretofore thought impossible.

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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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Riding the Cannondale Slate: What you need to know

With 30mm of front suspension and bulbous (but treadless) 42mm tubeless tires, this category bending bike opens new doors, but not without sacrifice. Find out more in our first ride review.

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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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10 things you need to know about Michelin

Think Michelin and the first thing that comes to mind is either automobile tires or the company’s famed puffy white mascot. But long before its primary business was keeping cars safely spinning down the highway, the French tire behemoth was making bicycle tires.

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How To: Safely ride your bike at night

Whether intentional or not, riding after the sun goes down is an inevitability for almost all of us. But there’s no need to be afraid of the dark. With the proper planning and equipment riding you bike at night can be a thrilling and rewarding experience. Here’s a primer on what you need to know.

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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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2016 Pinarello Dogma F8w spec’d with SRAM Red eTap

Italian bike maker Pinarello is first to unveil a 2016 model spec’d with SRAM’s new eTap wireless electronic shifting system.

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