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Black Friday Rolls Early—Save 30% at PerformanceBike Now


This Performance Bike sale gets a jumpstart on all the Black Friday madness, offering huge savings on bikes, frames, gear, and more.

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Cane Creek eeSilk Review


Cane Creek’s eeSilk seatpost brings 20 millimeters of tunable, vertical cushion to road or gravel bikes.

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New gear from Feedback Sports, Minoura, and more


Interbike may have lost most of the big bike companies as exhibitors, but that doesn’t mean there are no interesting products unveiled at the annual cycling industry trade show.

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Best Sunglasses for Cycling


The best sunglasses for cycling strike a delicate balance between protection, performance, and looks. Here are 10 of our favorites.

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100% S2 review


The 100% S2 is a half frame sunglasses offering that fits a smaller face, while still providing excellent coverage and fantastic optics.

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Whisky No.9 6F Carbon Drop Bar review


The No.9 6F Carbon is Whisky’s modern racing styled drop bar that’s equally at home on tarmac, gravel, or twisty cyclocross courses.

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Cane Creek El Rosado eeBrakes in limited edition colorway


Cane Creek has announced Cane Creek El Rosado eeBrakes limited edition colorways, a new limited edition of their acclaimed eeBrake G4 in a black and magenta.

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Selle SMP Vulkor saddle review


The Selle SMP Vulkor is a new saddle model that has a wider rear section that supports powerful pedaling, a signature central cutout for perineum comfort, and minimal padding for maximum power transfer.

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VeloAngle Pro fit tool review


The VeloAngle Pro fit tool gives you the freedom to tweak, digitize, and perfect your bike fit to the millimeter.

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Stages Dash L50 and M50 GPS computers launched


Stages Cycling has launched the Dash L50 and Dash M50 GPS computers. Both feature high resolution, full-color displays with GPS mapping, base maps, and support for GPX, TCX, and FIT routes.

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PRO Vibe SL carbon bars lightest they’ve ever made


Employing its newest carbon layup technology that balances strength and weight savings, PRO’s new Vibe SL handlebar is the lightest cable-integrated bar Shimano’s component brand has ever made.

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PRO gravel-inspired handlebars, bags, and dropper post


Shimano component brand PRO has introduced its first performance product range specifically made for gravel and adventure riding, including flared handlebars, bags, and short travel dropper seat posts.

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Wahoo KICKR Core smart trainer launched


Wahoo has announced a new version of its KICKR Smart Trainer, the new wheel-off KICKR CORE smart trainer. The have also lifted the veil on the new KICKR HEADWIND.

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Cane Creek eeSilk suspension seatpost unveiled


New post is designed to reduce fatigue and increase control for riders on drop bar bikes, particularly when riding on rougher surfaces such as broken tarmac or gravel roads.

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CeramicSpeed Driven eliminates derailleurs and chain


Truly revolutionary concept eliminates the need for both front and rear derailleurs as well as the chain.

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100% Limited Edition Peter Sagan sunglasses


Eyewear maker 100% has introduced a new collection of Peter Sagan Limited Edition sunglasses debuting at the upcoming Tour de France.

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New Rapha Accessories Designed For Apple Products


Rapha have developed a limited edition accessories collection created for iPad, Mac, and iPhone users on the go, and it’s available exclusively via Apple.

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Garmin Edge 130 review


With a crystal clear display, low weight, and lots of usable features, Garmin’s Edge 130 packs a big punch in a tiny package.

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Shimano XC5 camo limited edition gravel shoe spotted


When industry giant’s such as Shimano start holding press events centered 100% around gravel, it’s a safe bet this dirt road riding trend is more than just a passing fad.

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Db The Savage: Ultimate bicycle travel bag?


Inspired by the roll cages used in racing cars, the construction of The Savage bike case centers around the patented Db Roll Cage.

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Strava Relative Effort metric keeps training on track


Strava says they’ve taken out the guesswork with Relative Effort – a new heart-rate metric that compares the intensity of your activities.

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Quarq TyreWiz provides real time pressure monitoring


In the why-didn’t-we-think-of-that department this week comes the new Quarq TyreWiz, a real time tire pressure sensor that works on road and mountain bikes.

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Garmin Edge 130, 520 Plus, and Varia RTL510 launched


There are new and updated products coming from the Gamin camp at the Sea Otter Classic, including the Edge 130.

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Spurcycle Titanium multi-tool review


This minimalist titanium tool is compact, lightweight, and easy to use. It has 10 hardened steel bits and a grade-5 titanium driver, and should outlast most bikes it’s servicing.

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Unior Multitool Euro17 review


This made-in-Slovenia multi-tool has you covered in the event of nearly any roadside mechanical.

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