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Lots of Wheels and Deals at Jenson USA


As the Tour enters the mountains there is not a better time to think about lightening up your bike for your personal TDF.

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Freshen up your summer gear with Jenson USA


Our friends at Jenson USA always have some great sales going on. Check out these smoking deals on helmets, tires, tubes and much more!

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Review: Bontrager GR1 – Team Issue Gravel Tire


A fast rolling gravel tire that leans toward the dry, sandy conditions – puncture protected, available in two sizes, and Sven Nys approved.

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Hot Deals from Jenson USA


Our friends at Jenson USA always have some great sales going and this week is no exception. Check out these smoking deals and get them before they are gone.

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Whisky No.9 50D wheels review


The Whisky No.9 50D is a disc-specific carbon wheelset that aims to deliver all-road performance whether racing on flat, fast tarmac or venturing on the rough and rowdy road less traveled.

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Garmin Varia RTL510 radar taillight


Garmin updated its Varia radar unit making it easier to know when oncoming vehicles are approaching. Read on and find out how!

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Endura Pro SL Lite collection revealed


Garment technologies developed by Endura for the most demanding riders in professional cycling, including the Movistar team, are now available to cyclists who ride only for passion.

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Diamondback lowers prices on premium road bikes


Diamondback Podium road bike equipped with Shimano Ultegra Di2 electronic shifting and hydraulic disc brakes can now be had for as little as $3499.

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Floyd Landis getting into the weed business


In the truth is stranger than fiction department comes recent news that infamous pro cycling doper turned whistleblower Floyd Landis is getting into the weed business.

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Video: The worst things about being a cyclist


You know you are a true cyclist when these things happen to you…

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2014 Tour de France: Martin takes penultimate TT stage as Nibali confirms overall


German Tony Martin bested the field in stage 20’s 54km rolling individual time trial from Bergerac to Périgueux on the penultimate day of the 2014 Tour while overall leader Vincenzo Nibali solidified his first-ever Tour title with a fourth place result.

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2014 Tour de France: Graham Watson Stage 1 Photo Gallery


German sprinter Marcel Kittel of Team Giant-Shimano took the opening stage of the 2014 Tour de France as well as the yellow jersey in a stage marked by the aggressive riding of Team Trek as well as a nasty crash in the sprint that may have knocked British favorite Mark Cavendish out of the race.

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Spotted: Prototype SRAM CX1 Drivetrain


The not-so-secret SRAM CX1 drivetrain made another sneak-peek appearance this past weekend on the Cannondale SuperX disc cyclocross bike of Ryan Trebon, second place finisher in the men’s elite race. Photos and more details here.

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Video: Bradley Wiggins – A Year in Yellow


Bradley Wiggins had a stunning year as he went from contender to dominator. Thwarted by injuries and misfortune and accidents in previous years, Bradley Wiggins stayed healthy and had a year to remember.

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Jeff Louder Goes on the Attack in Opening Stage of 2012 Tour of California


Santa Rosa, CA – Jeff Louder (USA) of the UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling Team got off the front early in the 2012 Amgen Tour of California and remained in the lead group for more than four hours and 32 minutes before being reeled in the final few minutes of an exciting opening stage in Santa Rosa, […]

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Numainville opens Air Force Classic weekend with Clarendon Cup victory


Arlington, VA – Having strength in numbers for a race is good. Having a sprinter who can payoff the strong work of her teammates in the finish is gold. And Canadian Road Champion Joelle Numainville of Team TIBCO/To the Top was golden this morning in Arlington, winning the Clarendon Cup after a long sprint ahead […]

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SRAM Tour of the Gila kicks off with a Mountain Top Finish


The first stage of the SRAM Tour of the Gila 25th edition took the 66 strong women’s Pro field out through the barren terrain of the high desert to a final mountain top finish at nearly 9,000 feet. The infamous Mogollon Climb is a ten kilometer challenge that compliments those riders who like to go […]

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Amgen Tour of California Women's Criterium


Competition dates: February 15, 2009 Team Limit: Maximum eight cyclists per team Format: USAC rules apply Prize Money: $15,000 overall total + primes Field Limit: Maximum 150 riders Online Registration Ends: February 13, 2009 Race Day Registration: Based on availability Doping Control: Conducted in accordance with USADA rules Register Online Here >>

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Amgen Tour of California – Stage 6: Solvang


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Amgen Tour of California – Stage 5: Visalia to Paso Robles


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Amgen Tour of California – Stage 4: Merced to Clovis


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Amgen Tour of California – Stage 3: San Jose to Modesto


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Amgen Tour of California – Stage 2: Sausalito to Santa Cruz


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Amgen Tour of California – Stage 1: Davis to Santa Rosa


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Amgen Tour of California – Prologue: Sacramento


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