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  1. General Cycling Discussion
    British bike maker Dassi has produced the first graphene bike. Graphene is a wonder material whose potential applications in the cycling world are intriguing. (Think carbon fiber a decade ago.) We've already seen the new substance used in some tires from Vittoria, and now there is increasing...
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    If you ride in a big city you just might need one of these. The Consumer Electronics Show is one of the biggest tech events of the year, and there was plenty there to get cyclists excited. Here's a rundown from our friends at the Global Cycling Network. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C0CbywNeIH0
  3. General Cycling Discussion
    Start by giving your old rear derailleur a thorough cleaning with a de-greaser. Bike parts are expensive, especially new ones. So why not do all you can to keep your current components running smooth. That's the gist in this latest video from our friends at the Global Cycling Network, who show...
  4. General Cycling Discussion
    You'll likely need a set of Shimano SPD cleats to interface with the spin bike pedals. Editor's Note: This article is courtesy of the team at Art's Cyclery. The original post can be found here. Motivation can be hard to come by during the cold and wet months of the year, but you don't want to...
  5. Racing, Training, Nutrition, Triathlons
    Editor's Note: This article is courtesy of the team at Art's Cyclery. The original post can be found here. Now that you understand the basic differences between trainer types, it's time to get your indoor training space set-up. Watch this video to get it right. httpv://youtu.be/YyzkT1wuyZU...
  6. Racing, Training, Nutrition, Triathlons
    Editor's Note: This article is courtesy of the team at Art's Cyclery. The original post can be found here. 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...
  7. Components, Wrenching
    New carbon components can transform your old road bike into a faster and more comfortable companion. Editor's Note: This article is courtesy of the team at Art's Cyclery. The original post can be found here. So you are wondering what are the best - and most noticeable - carbon upgrades for...
  8. General Cycling Discussion
    Well known power meter maker Stages has branched into the head unit arena with the new Dash. Fastest moving segment of the cycling industry? It's got to be high tech innovation. From wireless electronic shifting drivetrains, to smart helmets, to head units that seamlessly interface with our...
  9. Cyclocross
    Choose wisely and you'll have a better chance of staying at the sharp end of the race. Editor's Note: This article is courtesy of the team at Art's Cyclery. The original posts can be found here. Regardless of whether you ride road, mountain, or cyclocross, selecting the right tire for the...
  10. General Cycling Discussion
    A multi-tool is a must have item for every ride. Editor's Note: This article is courtesy of the team at Art's Cyclery. The original post can be found here. So you are riding a century next month and want to be prepared? Here's the bare minimum of what you need to bring along for the ride...
  11. General Cycling Discussion
    Editor's Note: This post is courtesy of Art's Cyclery. The original posts can be found here. So you are out on your bike and your rear derailleur cable snaps. What now? Here's a quick roadside fix that you can use to get me home. The first thing you'll want to do is release all the shifts from...
  12. General Cycling Discussion
    SRAM's new wireless electronic shifting system is arguably the most significant cycling tech innovation of the last several years (click to enlarge). With the end of the year fast approaching, it's time to look back on the best in cycling technology from 2015. To lend us a hand is the gang from...
  13. General Cycling Discussion
    For long-lasting results that cost a lot less, nothing beats good old fashioned training (click to enlarge). Photo courtesy of Art's Cyclery Editor's Note: This article is courtesy of the team at Art's Cyclery. The original post can be found here. You know what? Buying the latest, greatest...
  14. Apparel and Cycling clothes
    The first thing to focus on when selecting a helmet is its shape, and how it fits your head, which varies depending on the manufacturer (click to enlarge). Photo courtesy of Art's Cyclery Editors Note: This article was written by Art's Cyclery web content editor Brett Murphy, who uses his...
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    Different tires are better for certain applications depending on the specific qualities of the tire and the concerns of the rider (click to enlarge). Photo courtesy of Art's Cyclery Editors Note: This article was written by Art's Cyclery web content editor Jerald Westendorf. The original post...
  16. General Cycling Discussion
    When a moving bike starts leaning to one side, it also starts to steer in that direction. This brings the wheels back underneath the center of mass (click to enlarge). Bicycles are one of the most efficient and versatile means of human powered transportation. But perhaps even more amazing is...
  17. Components, Wrenching
    The rear hub on a bicycle is one of those seldom understood components. Everyone uses one, but few realize what is going on inside (click to enlarge). Photo courtesy Art's Cyclery Editors Note: This article was written by Art's Cyclery web content editor Brett Murphy, who uses his mechanical...
  18. General Cycling Discussion
    Selecting the correct handlebar can make a huge difference in the comfort and quality of your ride every time you get on your bike (click to enlarge). Photo courtesy of Art's Cyclery Editors Note: This article is courtesy of the team at Art's Cyclery. The original post can be found here. How...
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    It is possible to mix and match as long as you get components from the same generation (click to enlarge). Photo courtesy of Art's Cyclery Editors Note: This article is courtesy of the team at Art's Cyclery. The original post can be found here. If you're planning to upgrade road bike...
  20. General Cycling Discussion
    Is it possible to mix SRAM, Shimano and Campagnolo shifters, derailleurs and cassettes? (click to enlarge) Photo courtesy of Art's Cyclery Editors Note: Science Behind the Magic is a reoccurring column by Art's Cyclery web content editor Brett Murphy, who uses his mechanical engineering...
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