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    Proper chain maintenance is easier than you think and will keep you bike shifting better while saving you money. No need for lasers or fancy jigs like Campagnolo uses here to quality control a newly minted chain. Photo by Campagnolo Editor's note: This article was originally published on...
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    Bobs Red Mill Rolled Oats make excellent cookies that are perfectly packable for on the bike snacks. Bonus: Bobs is a huge supporter of cycling, win-win! Top 10 ways to avoid holiday weight gain and still party The season is over, it's snowing outside, you're pounding nut roll like you're...
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    Traveling takes it out of even the hardiest of travelers, here's some tips to help make your journey that bit smoother. Photo courtesy EF Education First Pro Cycling Team Editor's Note: This post is courtesy of the EF Education First Pro Cycling Team. You can see the original post at...
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    Once mastered, clipless pedals such as this offering from Look, will help you transfer power more efficiently. Clip-in or clipless pedals are a great upgrade for your bike. Check out this video from our friends at the Global Cycling Network for a run through on how to master the clipless pedal...
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    Try these simple modifications to turn your traditional road bike into a gravel munching machine. Riding drop bar bike off-road is all the rage right now. But do you really need a dedicated gravel or adventure bike? Or can you transform your existing road bike into a machine capable of tackling...
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    If you have just one camera, rear facing will likely be most useful in a legal situation. Editor's Note: RoadBikeReview contributor Megan Hottman is a recognized legal expert on cycling laws and advocate in the cycling community. She provides bike law education clinics and classes to cyclists...
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    Photo courtesy of Hottman Law Office Editor's Note: RoadBikeReview contributor Megan Hottman is a recognized legal expert on cycling laws and advocate in the cycling community. She provides bike law education clinics and classes to cyclists, local bike clubs, and to law enforcement personnel in...
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    Can you get aero without an aero bike? The obvious answer is yes - just get lower and tuck your elbows in. But what ways can you actually make your bike faster? That's what the crew from the Global Cycling Network wanted to find out in the wind tunnel - with the help of a cardboard box, tape and...
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    Editor's Note: RoadBikeReview contributor Megan Hottman is a recognized legal expert on cycling laws and advocate in the cycling community. She provides bike law education clinics and classes to cyclists, local bike clubs and to law enforcement personnel in the state of Colorado. This is the...
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    It's an unfortunate fact of riding a bike: No matter how fit you are, you won't be the strongest rider on every group ride you do. But that doesn't mean you have to get shot out the back of the pack. Here are some tips from our friends at the Global Cycling Network to help you keep up with...
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    We all want to go faster on our bike, and there are any number of ways to go about doing that. Have you thought about how much the air pressure can affect your speed? Or how to use your gears to get the most efficient chainline? By themselves these neat little tricks won't turn you from zero to...
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    We've all encountered "this guy" at one point or another. Editor's Note: RoadBikeReview contributor Megan Hottman is a recognized legal expert on cycling laws and advocate in the cycling community. She provides bike law education clinics and classes to cyclists, local bike clubs and to law...
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    Almost every cyclist wants to go faster at some point. 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? Our friends from the Global Cycling Network are here with some great...
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    Editor's Note: RoadBikeReview contributor Megan Hottman is a recognized legal expert on cycling laws and advocate in the cycling community. She provides bike law education clinics and classes to cyclists, local bike clubs and to law enforcement personnel in the state of Colorado. Image courtesy...
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    Having splayed knees or elbows is not a pro look. 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. But there are a simple ways to combat these common cycling problems. Check...
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    Micro-intervals are a great (albeit painful) way to improve your VO2 max. Improving your VO2 max is a surefire way to improve your performance on the bike. Unfortunately, increasing it involves some old fashioned hard work. Thankfully the gang from the Global Cycling Network is here to help...
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    Do you want to get fitter and faster in 2018? Yeah, we thought so. Here are five killer training sessions to help you do just that courtesy of our friends at the Global Cycling Network. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=chUw1ks3Cz8 For each of these training sessions you want to get at least 10...
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    It's the holidays, where riding opportunities are sparse and snacking opportunities, plentiful. The season is over, it's snowing outside, you're pounding nut roll like you're getting paid for it. Off-seasons are for gluttony and sedentary life right? Wrong! Well, wrong if you have hefty goals...
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    Choosing the right polish makes all the difference. If you're like a lot of cyclists, you love to keep our bikes clean and shiny. To take your bike cleaning to the next level, our friends at the Global Cycling Network are here with some great tips and tricks. Press play to learn more...
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    Only use actual tubeless specific tires and wheels. Road tubeless tires and wheels are becoming increasingly popular, but they're still not perfect. Here are some tips to avoid the most common set-up pitfalls. But first a little recap as to what tubeless is and why you should consider it. A...
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