SCOTT takes on larger role with ORICA WorldTour team


Swiss bike maker SCOTT has stepped in as co-title sponsor of the ORICA WorldTour team that’s now known as ORICA-SCOTT. With Australia’s Tour Down Under starting January 14, ORICA-SCOTT racers will ride with the new RC team bike designs the very first time, the SCOTT Foil RC and Addict RC.

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105-year-old cyclist breaks world hour record


At 105, Frenchman Robert Marchand is still riding bicycles and crushing records. Talk about inspiration. Chapeau!

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SpeedX launches the new Unicorn of road bikes


They may not exist in the wild, but now there is a unicorn coming to a bike shop near you. Start-up bike maker SpeedX this week unveiled the Unicorn bike, which brings the performance and training benefits of its SpeedX power meter to the bike via a slick piece of integration. Click through to find out more.

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Peter Sagan’s custom Specialized S-Works Venge ViAS


When you’re the two-time defending World Champion, people make special things for you. In the case of Peter Sagan, the latest gift is this custom Specialized S-Works Venge ViAS. This bike looks fast even standing still.

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RoadBikeReview’s top 10 most viewed articles of 2016


The last 12 months have been tough for celebrities, musicians, and democrats, but it’s been an awesome year for bike geeks.

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RoadBikeReview’s top 10 most viewed videos of 2016


RoadBikeReview’s top 10 most viewed videos of 2016 featured everything from shifting advice to training tips from Peter Sagan himself.

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Eight Things Cyclists Should Never Do


Whether you’re new to cycling or a seasoned vet, this video from the Global Cycling Network is a must watch. Don’t be that guy and don’t do these eight things. Press play to find out what they are.

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10 Things To Take On Every Bike Ride


Before you head out the door and jump on your bike, these are the 10 things you should make sure you have. They will help you avoid a mechanical disaster, keep you warm, and pay for coffee.

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How To Service Your Road Bike Freehub


Your road bike freehub can wear out or stop working. Here’s a step-by-step guide to fixing three common types and brands.

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What You Really Want To Buy Part III: Road Handlebars


Upgrade this key contact point to shave weight and increase comfort with one of these great bar options.

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RoadBikeReview Best of 2016 Awards: Rider of the Year


Even if Peter Sagan didn’t win a single race this year (or in any year), he would still be among the WorldTour’s most popular riders. But Sagan is more than a circus act. He’s the No. 1 bike racer in the world. Period.

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What You Really Want To Buy Part II: Power Meters


Power meters are the ultimate training tool, allowing the serious road cyclist to see exact power output either during or after the ride, which will tell you how your body is performing.

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Chain maintenance advice from the experts


The bicycle chain is a wonderfully effective means of transferring mechanical energy from one place to another. With good engineering, modern materials, and regular maintenance, it is extremely efficient. But with abuse or negligence, a drivetrain can quickly devolve into a quagmire of resistance. Find out how to best care for your chain.

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What You Really Want To Buy Part 1: Wheels


Why are wheels the single biggest and best upgrade? Here’s the short: A nicer wheelset usually offers weight savings, better aerodynamics, stiffness, and smoother spinning bearings. Time to upgrade?

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Get Fit Fast: 5 Quick Road Bike Workouts


If you intend to set some bike related New Year’s resolutions, then you’re going to need a plan. Check out this video for five tips on how to get fit fast on your road bike.

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Canyon adds road disc models, readies for U.S. launch


Canyon is taking the full plunge into road disc, announcing the expansion of the entire Canyon road range. That means new Aeroad CF SLX, Ultimate CF SLX, Ultimate CF SL, Endurace CF SLX, and Endurace CF SL Disc models.

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Knight Composites 35 and 65 carbon wheel review


Founded in 2013, Knight Composites is still a relative newcomer to the carbon wheels game. But they are already producing top-shelf product. Here is a review of two of their best clincher options.

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Katie Compton’s customised Trek Boone cyclocross bike


Take a look at the undeniable greatest U.S. female cyclocross racer’s bike, Katie Compton’s highly customized Trek Boone. Highlights include a Shimano Dura Ace Di2 drivetrain, full Bontrager carbon cockpit, WickWerks 34×44 chainrings, and Knight carbon wheels wrapped with 33mm Clement MXP tires.

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How To: Cut a road bike steerer tube


Tired of having that extra unwanted steerer protruding above your stem? Make your road bike look pro by cutting the steerer tube. This video has the advice you need whether you have a carbon or aluminum steerer.

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Living the (Jamis) Renegade life


Meet Thomas Turner, Jamis Factory Team racer and Renegade bike owner. But mostly Thomas is regular guy who loves riding — anywhere and everywhere. And as you’ll see in this video, he simply has a great outlook on life and how it should be lived.

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2016 SSCXWC: Mud. Mayhem. Cross. No gears. Many beers.


Mud. Mayhem. Costumes. Cyclocross. No gears. Many beers. Together this is the 2016 Singlespeed Cyclocross World Championships, a multi-day bacchanal this year held on Portland, Oregon. But don’t take our word for it. See for yourself in these videos.

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MTB racer ‘Ratboy’ takes on craziest race in world


Josh “Ratboy” Bryceland, a former World Cup Downhill Champion, crosses the pond to take part in the spectacle that is SSCXWC.

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Absoluteblack launches new oval CX chainring


Absoluteblack has released a new 7005 Txxx CNC machined alloy cyclocross chainrings. Designed for use with single front chain ring drivetrains, each CX oval ring is machined with a narrow-wide tooth profile to grip the chain, helping lessen the chance of race wrecking dropped chains.

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Strava data reveals 2016 cycling trends in the U.S.


In 2016, Strava’s community of athletes shared 9.6 activities every second on the social network (up from 5.3 activities per second in 2015) and generated 60,400 years worth of cumulative activity time.

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Gore Oxygen 2.0 Bibshorts review


Gore’s Oxygen 2.0 bibs are a great pair of premium shorts at a less than premium price, which just make them the perfect holiday gift for that cyclist in your life. Find out more in our review.

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How to: Setting up an indoor trainer


With winter bearing down, it’s time to get your indoor trainer set-up. Watch this video to get it right.

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Understanding wind, magnetic, and fluid trainers


So winter time has put a damper on your outside riding plans, and now you’re thinking about a little indoor cycling. But what is the difference between wind, magnetic, and fluid trainers? And what are the pros and cons of each? Check out this video for answers.

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Up close with Jonathan Page’s Fuji Altamira


Jonathan Page is the most successful American to ever race cyclocross on the international stage. We caught up with him earlier this year to discuss his bike setup.

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Singlespeed bike packing in Finland


Adventure doesn’t necessarily have to mean flying across the world. You can find incredible vistas in your own backyard.

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Video: Artistic Cycling World Championships


Turns out Artistic Cycling is a real thing. And it’s super gnarly.

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Upside Rack there when you need it, gone when you don’t


Think you’ve seen it all? Bet you’ve never seen one of these. Meet the Upside Rack, which as it sounds carries you bike upside down on the roof of your car and could be a great antidote for people who hate having a bike rack on their roof full time.

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Mavic announces 2017 road lineup


Mavic’s 2017 road range brings a wide variety of new and updated products, with its most popular road wheels getting wider, helmets and shoes updated and now including women’s options, plus a selection of outerwear and accessories.

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2016 Holiday Gift Guide: Gadgets for your favorite cyclist


From lights that auto adjust brightness, to smart trainers and high-def cameras, there are countless ways to add a little high tech flare to your next ride. Here are some of our favorites for this holiday season.

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2016 Holiday Gift Guide: Apparel for all seasons


They say you have to dress for success. Well we haven’t worn a proper suit (or pants suit) in ages. But there’s now doubt that having the right apparel can make the difference between a great ride — and turning around early. Here are seven pieces of apparel (and one other item) that are sure to please this holiday season.

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2016 Holiday Gift Guide: Components and gear


Is your bike in need of a little holiday cheer? Or maybe, you’re looking for that perfect gift for the cyclist in your life. Whatever the case, getting or giving one of these components is sure to elicit a smile.

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2016 Holiday Gift Guide: When money is no object


Forget the lame Lexus “December to remember” campaign. If you have a big wad of disposable income sitting around, why not get your significant other (or yourself) one of these great cycling gifts.

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2016 Holiday Gift Guide: Tools for the cyclists in your life


If the gearhead in your life loves to spend their evenings tinkering, then consider one of these great gift ideas.

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Video: Short history of cycling anime


Japan is home to one of the world’s most vibrant cycling communities and that passion is reflected in their cinema.

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Video: Cross Crusade at Barton Park


The 2016 Cross Crusade recently wrapped up at the always popular, yet somewhat notorious Barton Park venue. Despite the rugged, bleak nature of the landscape, and the heightened challenges of the course, racers love the place.

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VOORMI doubles down on commitment to local economies


In a move that’s both a sign of the times for tradeshows and perhaps an indication of a growing movement toward more local manufacturing, outdoor apparel maker VOORMI has announced a significant expansion of on-site manufacturing capabilities at the company’s hometown headquarters in Pagosa Springs, Colorado.

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2016 Holiday Gift Guide: The best presents for cyclists


The most wonderful time of the year is here — and that means it’s holiday shopping season. But instead of battling the flat screen-buying masses at Walmart, turn your attention to the two-wheeled world.

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2016 Holiday Gift Guide: Indoor training gear


Training indoors it tough, but you can make it better for you or your loved ones with some of these great gift ideas.

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2016 Holiday Gift Guide: Best road cycling helmets


Helmets save lives. Period. Make sure your gift getter is protected (and looking good) with one of these great road cycling lids.

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Fezzari Shafer Gravel Road bike review


If you’re looking to log miles on a variety of surfaces, the Fezzari Shafer Gravel Road is a capable and versatile drop-bar bike that can handle just about anything.

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2016 Holiday Gift Guide: Lights for off road and on


This guide features the best headlights at a variety of price points. Some are great for after-dark trail riding, others help assure you’ll be seen on the road day or night. Many of them are handy around the house as well.

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2016 Holiday Gift Guide: Bikes and gear for kids


Not sure what to get your kids this year? No matter what their riding style is, they’re sure to love one of the following two-wheel inspired gift ideas.

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2016 Holiday Gift Guide: Road cycling stocking stuffers


Forget the standard stocking stuffers. It’s time to give your favorite cyclists what they want: More cycling stuff! Here are six great gifts — all for around $50 or less.

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2016 Holiday Gift Guide: Books for bikers


We learned a long time ago that reading is fundamental — and in this case the emphasis is truly on fun. Here are a half dozen cycling book gift ideas for the cyclist in your life.

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Voters support bike riding, approve $4.7 billion in funding


Not matter your feelings about the outcome of the recent elections, there was some definitively positive news for cyclists. According to two-wheeled advocacy organization PeopleForBikes, voters came out in force to support bike riding.

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New Moots Routt RSL ready for adventure


Incorporating technology such as a 3D printed titanium dropout featuring a flat mount disc brake mount, a 142×12 thru-axle, as well as Moots’ RSL internally butted tube set is designed to ensure a lightweight, stiff, and durable frame.

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