Bell limited edition helmets launched


Bell Helmets has announced a special 2018 spring lineup of limited edition helmets, including a collaboration with Squid Bikes and its professional cyclocross squad.

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Vittoria Terreno Zero gravel tires coming soon


In an effort to lessen the inherent compromise of gravel tires that also see paved road use, Vittoria has a new Terreno model in the pipeline.

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Self-driving Uber strikes and kills pedestrian


Vehicle was equipped with a front-facing video recorder, which showed woman step out of darkly lit center median and into traffic. Tempe police chief says early probe shows no fault by Uber.

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Wolf Tooth’s RoadLink for Shimano adds gear range


The new RoadLink DM by Wolf Tooth replaces Shimano’s stock direct mount, allowing the user to add a larger-than-stock range cassette while maintaining chain wrap and shifting performance.

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Specialized Tarmac Disc now available


As the WorldTour pro peloton eases ever deeper into disc brake use, it comes as no surprise that Specialized’s flagship race bike is now available with rotors (and a house brand powermeter), too.

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iSSi Flip III clipless/platform pedal review


iSSi’s Flip III pedals are an excellent option for any touring, adventuring, or commuting bike setup.

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Salsa Journeyman first ride review


Salsa’s Journeyman gravel bike line-up can help you find adventure near and far — and won’t break the bank getting you there.

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CycleOps Hammer smart trainer review


CycleOps has entered the smart trainer market with a user friendly, thru axle compatible, direct-drive Hammer trainer.

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Canyon Grail gravel bike launched


The search for a bike that’s nimble on the smooth and stable on the rough inspired Canyon to seek the sweet spot between speed and comfort.

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Treating or Cheating? The TUE Question


As long as there is a gray area between a doctor’s dedicated care and a consensus legal opinion, TUEs will represent a thin line between “treating the athlete” and potentially “a cheating athlete.”

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Wilier Triestina Limited Edition Night Chrome Zero.7


Building on the success of the Cromovelata finishes on the Cento10AIR and Cento10AIR Disc, Wilier Triestina has released a limited edition version of their climbing bike with a chromed silver and black finish.

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What to do if harassed or threatened by a motorist


Have you been harassed, yelled at, honked at, buzzed, menaced, or otherwise threatened while riding your bike? Here’s what you can do.

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Video: Origins of the Land Run 100


Follow the riders of the Land Run 100 gravel road race in Salsa Cycles newest short film.

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2018 Haute Route Rockies course unveiled


Seven-day amateur event features over 50,000 feet of climbing, including famed Pikes Peak ascent near Colorado Springs.

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Rapha Explore collection designed to get off-road


New collection designed to get a little more off the beaten path with comfy and versatile bibs with pockets, a technical t-shirt, and antimicrobial baselayer that’ll stay funk-free long after the adventure’s over.

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Endura and Drag2Zero launch aero collection


Endura and Drag2Zero have launched the new Endura D2Z Aero Collection, which contains advanced aero clothing and a helmet developed by the Scottish cycle wear experts and leading aerodynamicist Simon Smart.

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Boyd Jocassee Gravel 650b wheel review


If you’re ready to take the plunge on 650b wheels for your gravel bike, Boyd Cycling’s Jocassee wheels should be at or near the top of your shopping list. Find out why.

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Donnelly expands 650b tire range


Building off its popular X’PLOR series, Donnelly has begun releasing several sizes and treads to accommodate growing demand for the alternative gravel wheel size.

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WTB Resolute tire review


WTB has hit the mark with its Resolute tubeless thanks to its fast rolling compound, excellent traction, and decent mud shedding qualities.

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Rocky Mountain Solo gravel bike launched


With expansive tire clearance, the ability to run a full-length dropper post, and a 1x specific frame, it’s designed to be a versatile bike for any adventure.

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Rides To Do Before You Die: Gran Canaria


We all know about Mount Ventoux and the Stelvio, but how about some lesser known rides that should be on your bucket list. In this episode of GCN’s Rides to Do Before You Die, they travel to Gran Canaria.

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POC Ventral helmet debuts


Building on over a decade of aerodynamic testing, medical research, and feedback from pro riders, POC has launched its latest road cycling helmet — the Ventral.

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Trek Checkpoint gravel bike debuts


Trek has unveiled Checkpoint — its new platform of gravel bikes with new geometry and quality spec that will hold up for long, rugged miles on pavement, dirt, and even the most treacherous gravel roads.

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Kenda all in on e-bike tires


Tire maker has further strengthened its e-bike compatible line of tires, including urban/trekking models and multiple mountain bike categories.

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Pirelli PZero 4S all-season tire rolling out


The blue label PZero Velo 4S is an all-season tire meant for when riding conditions are ever changing and dependability is paramount.

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Pearl Izumi expands Aero apparel collection


Pearl Izumi has expanded its Aero apparel collection, making its patented Speed Sleeve technology available to more riders in new Spring 2018 jerseys.

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Shimano unveils new affordable wheel options


Shimano has unveiled three new road wheelsets, each using trickle down technology from the company’s flagship products, resulting in budget friendly options.

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7 Ways To Improve Your Average Speed On A Road Bike


Almost every cyclist wants to go faster. Your average speed is a pretty good measure of your ability, and thus a great way to measure your improving fitness. So how do you increase that all important number?

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Mavic Allroad Pro UST Disc Wheel Review


This strong, relatively light wheelset brings UST road tubeless technology to the gravel set.

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Lance Armstrong: Looking to the future


In this interview conducted by The Outer Line’s Steve Maxwell and Joe Harris, disgraced former cycling superstar Lance Armstrong pontificates on how to improve the business of bike racing.

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7 Types Of Road Cyclists We All Know


From the moaner, to the sit on sprinter, there are certain types of cyclists we’ve all met. Some of you might even be one these types of riders.

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Shimano S-PHYRE eyewear launched


Pro riders including Steven Kruijswijk, George Bennett, Robert Gesink and Primoz Roglic were part of the development team behind Shimano’s new S-PHYRE eyewear.

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Luka Mezgec’s custom Scott Foil Disc


Slovenian triple National Champion Luka Mezgec of Mitchelton-SCOTT will ride the Abu Dhabi Tour on a special edition Scott Foil Disc in the national colors.

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Riding two abreast: When and where is it permitted?


Drivers often get mad when cyclists ride side-by-side, but what does the law say?

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4 Bad Cycling Habits and How to Break Them


There are lots of bad habits that are easy to pick up, and that will stop you from looking pro on your bike. Bobbing, bouncing, knees out, and elbows out are just a few. Here’s how you can stop them.

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Surly Midnight Special do-it-all road bike unveiled


Surly’s new Midnight Special road plus bike is designed to provide comfort and speed on all-day rides, allowing you to take on the road, but not be sad when the pavement ends.

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GORE GORE-TEX Shakedry jacket now comes in colors


Jacket still cannot become soaked with water and, once the rain has passed, is immediately dry again after a quick shake. There is no need to re-treat the material.

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Cane Creek eeBrake El Diablo limited edition color


Cane Creek Cycling Components has announced the eeBrake El Diablo Edition, a new limited edition of their well-regarded eeBrake in a red, black and silver colorway.

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Zwift 2018 National Championships Announced


Zwift is set to host​ its first Zwift National Championship event on February 24. Zwifters from the top 15 nations worldwide will compete to earn the right to wear their national jersey in Zwift for a year.

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Understanding the Cycling 3 Foot Rule


The driver of a motor vehicle overtaking a bicyclist proceeding in the same direction shall allow the bicyclist at least a three-foot separation between the right side of the driver’s vehicle. But how much is 3 feet, really?

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2018 Amgen Tour of California route announced


Cycling fans can begin plotting their roadside viewing points along the 2018 Amgen Tour of California route, announced this week by AEG, owner and presenter of the 13th annual race.

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Bontrager Velocis S2 clothing system review


Bontrager’s Velocis S2 clothing line is purpose built for colder riding conditions, specifically at or below freezing. Find out how well it performs when the temperature plummets and roads get wet.

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Specialized S-Works Evade aero helmet first impressions


Evolutionary changes outside and wholesale changes inside claimed to make new Evade aero road helmet faster and cooler than previous wind cheater.

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Specialized S-Works 7 Shoe initial impressions


New kicks are a worthy successor to the Big S road shoe crown and should be considered if you’re shopping for new high-zoot road shoes this spring.

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Allied Cycle Works Alfa All-Road bike review


This made-in-America carbon all-road bike is capable of expanding your riding horizons. But if you’re in search of a stable, all-day gravel machine, look elsewhere.

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Trek unveils new custom paint schemes


Trek has expanded its Project One bike customization program with three entirely new paint schemes.

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Time launches new Altitude frame series


French bike maker Time has introduced a new climbing-focused bike that’s part of partnership with the village of Alpe d’Huez.

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Video: Muddy Mayhem at Cyclocross World Champs


On a weekend that will be remembered as much for mud and cold as who the eventual winners were, it was the Belgian duo of Wout Van Aert and Sanne Cant taking home rainbow jerseys.

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How To Improve Your VO2 Max


Improving your VO2 max is a surefire way to improve your performance on the bike. Here are some training sessions that can help make that happen.

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SRAM S-900 Direct Mount Rim Brake Launched


Claimed to deliver great power and superior feel, the S-900 is the first direct mount brake in the SRAM lineup.

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