Neil Pryde Nazare and Bura receive updates


Neil Pryde is a well known brand in the UK — and It will soon be making a big push stateside and has just revamped two of its premiere road models.

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Lazer Bullet aero road helmet released


The Bullet was designed to give the rider every aerodynamic advantage without sacrificing comfort or style.

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Video: The other Alberto Contador


Most of us know Alberto Contador as the multi-time grand tour champion. But off the bike, the Spanish cycling superstar is dedicated to creating better opportunities for kids. And he’s making a big difference. This is how.

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2018 Specialized Tarmac SL6 unveiled


Just in time for the Tour de France and Peter Sagan’s quest for continued Green Jersey domination, Specialized has unveiled the latest version of its pure bred road race bike, the 2018 Tarmac. All details and pricing here.

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Testing Mavic’s road tubeless wheels and tires


Road tubeless tires have been around for a while, but have yet to become widely adopted. Mavic is hoping to change that with the recent release of a complete line of UST tubeless wheels and tires.

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THM Tibia stem and Fibula brake


THM is known in weight weenie circles for their ultra light parts. With two recent updates, they’ve managed to shave even more weight.

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Chris Froome eyes fourth Tour de France title


With the start of the 2017 Tour de France just days away, Chris Froome is once again the favorite to take the final yellow jersey in Paris. If the British Team Sky rider can pull it off it will be his fourth overall title.

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3T Strada hints at future of aero road bikes


With aero design, a 1x specific drivetrain, disc stoppers, and massive tires, the 3T Strada is a bike ahead of its time. Will it find a market?

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Road Bike vs Mountain Bike: Which Is Harder?


While not particularly scientific, this video has some fun with the age-old debate of which is harder road cycling or riding a mountain bike.

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Video: Exploring Seattle by bike


Check out the latest Rapha Rides film, this time coming from the great northwest city of Seattle.

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Mavic unveils complete line of tubeless wheels


French company launching complete line of road UST wheels that includes both carbon and aluminum models of Comete, Cosmic, Ksyrium, and Allroad models.

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Hutchinson rolls out ElevenSTORM


Hutchinson has rolled out a new tire compound called ElevenSTORM that it is billing as a true game changer. It’s being utilized on three models that are designed to handle race day, all around riding, and wet conditions.

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Pirelli launches PZero Velo tire line


This new line-up of road tires will include three options — road race, time trial, and all-season.

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WTB Resolute brings all-weather performance to gravel market


Gravel tires have to do it all, from punching through slop to rolling fast. There aren’t a lot of tires on the market that meet this mark, but WTB thinks they’ve done it with the new Resolute.

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New Specialized Diverge, Crux, and Allez launched


It’s been a big year for the Specialized road product development team. Starting today, the Big Red S is launching three new bikes (Diverge, Crux, Allez). One more will debut June 30 on the eve of the Tour de France.

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Stan’s No Tubes new Avion R Pro wheelset ads rim brake track


Not sold on disc brakes yet? Stan’s new Avion R Pro wheels bring Dirt Kanza winning tech to the rim brake market.

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Video: What is the grupetto?


The grupetto is a group of riders that forms at the rear of a race, either because they’ve been dropped or have simply done their job for the team that day. Watch this video to learn more.

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Niner BSB cyclocross bike unveiled


Niner has announced release of a new BSB (blood, sweat, beer) cyclocross bike with a SRAM Rival drivetrain and $3800 price tag.

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Cervélo R Series race bikes revised


Emphasis placed on comfort, fit, and handling/stability, while not overlooking stiffness, weight and aero benchmarks, too.

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9 incredible roads you need to ride


Best thing about riding bikes? Getting an unfiltered view of the beautiful world around us. Here and nine roads that should not be missed.

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New Shimano Ultegra R8000 drivetrain and components


Employing the latest tech from its Dura-Ace R9100 road components Shimano’s just released Ultegra R8000 series is claimed to deliver refined rider ergonomics, increased shifting performance, and confident control.

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Drafting on your bike explained


Want to go faster longer on your bike? Then it’s time to learn the finer points of drafting. Drafting is one of the key components of cycling and on average saves around 30% of your energy.

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Stages Dash GPS head unit debuts


Stages Dash GPS head unit and Stages Link cloud-based training service aim to guide riders to peak performance through analytics, education and customized coaching.

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Diamondback Podium Vitesse Disc review


If you’re on a budget, but looking for a performance road bike with all the latest frills, the Diamondback Podium Vitesse Disc may well have your name written all over it.

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Bauke Mollema’s Trek Émonda


Here’s a look at the lightweight climbing machine as it was ridden by perennial GC contender Bauke Molema at the Giro d’Italia.

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Rapha Women’s Souplesse II jersey and bibs review


Updated pieces are designed specifically for hot-weather riding and are made from lightweight materials.

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SRAM Red eTap review


Someday we’ll all look back on the notion of cable and wire-actuated bicycle shifting as a cute relic of the past — and we’ll have SRAM’s Red eTap wireless electronic group to thank for it.

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Ride On For Red Nose Day raises $225,000


Ride On For Red Nose day consisted of two four-day rides, each one roughly 400 miles: One on the West Coast going from Santa Barbara to Las Vegas, and one on the East Coast from Boston to New York.

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Does riding in an aero position uphill make you faster?


Does being aerodynamic going uphill make you faster? Check out this video to find out.

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Specialized limited edition Jim Merz Sequoia


Specialized pays homage to legendary frame builder (and ultra-endurance rider) Jim Merz with a gorgeous limited edition Sequoia adventure bike.

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Video: Exploring New York City by bike


Check out the latest Rapha Rides film, this time coming from New York City.

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Tom Dumoulin’s Giant TCR Advanced SL


Will this bike be draped in pink at the end of the Giro d’Italia?

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Reynolds Aero 46 DB wheels review


The carbon Aero 46 DB blends light weight and aerodynamics while using a unique rim profile, alloy Industry Nine hubs, and stainless bladed spokes.

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Who is Canyon Bicycles?


Canyon Bicycles has built a strong following in Europe with their carefully engineered bikes and direct sales channel to customers. Now they are bringing that model to the U.S.

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MASI brings the sparkle with gorgeous custom builds


Do you love sparkly things? Then you’ve love these two custom builds.

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Win a Tubeless Ready Carbon Wheelset by Irwin Cycling


Enter to win a tubeless ready carbon wheelset from Irwin Cycling! Value of $1600!

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HBO’s Tour de Pharmacy parodies drug use in cycling


HBO’s new mockumentary, Tour de Pharmacy, parodies the rampant drug abuse and larger than life personalities at the upper echelons of the sport.

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OPEN U.P. go-anywhere bike review


If there ever was a true quiver killer this just might be it. The OPEN U.P. dares you to seek new less traveled routes, delivering on the promise of its name to broaden your riding horizons.

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Snek Wool Winter Cap review


With the aim of providing warmth and versatility in a durable and aesthetically pleasing design, the Snek (as in smart+neat) Wool Winter Cap utilizes a lightweight wool and polyester blend in a grid pattern.

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Castelli Gabba 3 Jersey and Nano Flex + Warmers review


The Castelli Gabba 3 and Nano Flex + Warmer are a fantastic option for riders who don’t want to let the weather interrupt their training or racing — especially this time of year.

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Canyon launches new road bikes for women


WMN Ultimate CF SLX is brand’s highest end road bike for women. WMN Endurace CF SL offers a slightly more relaxed geometry. WMN Endurace AL is an aluminum version of the Endurace.

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Rapha 2017 women’s clothing range launched


Rapha has expanded its women’s range, with new 2017 products for racing, training and long-distance riding.

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Smith Optics Attack sunglasses unveiled


The new model is first in Smith’s line to use Mag Technology to attach removable arms to its lens, something that Smith hinted to be a replacement of their current PivLoc technology.

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Trek-Segafredo using Flare R tailight during Giro TT stages


To raise awareness of the measures cyclists can take to increase visibility to motorists, Trek-Segafredo riders will compete in the Giro d’Italia’s time trial stages with Bontrager Flare R taillights affixed to their bikes.

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New road and mountain kit from Pactimo


Never overly fancy or pretentious, Pactimo kit just works well. Here’s a gallery of a few of their new and updated pieces for road and mountain.

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Eight new tools for the home (and pro) mechanic


Do you believe in having the right tool for the job? Then you’ll find something to love in this roundup of new tools.

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Study reveals most aero position on bike


Every cyclist knows an aerodynamic tuck reduces drag. But a new study coming out of the Netherlands suggests some tucks are better than others, while challenging assumptions about which position works best.

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Pirelli launching PZero Velo tire line


Famed tire maker Pirelli is returning to cycling with a range of high performance tires designed for road bikes. The line will be on the market starting in September.

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Video: Cruising the streets of San Francisco


Check out the latest Rapha Rides film where a trio of riders show us San Francisco from their perspective.

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Drone pilot causes crash in criterium


At a recent amateur criterium in Rancho Cordova, California, a drone pilot crashed his drone into a tree while trying to capture race footage. What happens next will blow your mind.

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