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Jakob Fuglsang's S-Works Venge new

The Tour de France starts tomorrow and as teams are getting ready for this big annual extravaganza we look closer at the Specialized Venge ViAS of Jakob Fuglsang.

The Bontrager Ballista helmet new

A few days before the 2015 Tour de France Bontrager finally unveiled the Ballista aero road helmet. Prototypes of it have been around, but now it is official.

Magali Tisseyre's Argon 18 E-118 new

We have an up close look at the Shimano annd Pioneer equipped Argon 18 E-118 of Magali Tisseyre as she unpacked her bike after returning from a race.

Scott Sports launches new Foil

Scott Sports has a new Foil and it is lighter, more aerodynamic, stiffer and comfortable and we had a chance to look at it closer in Salzburg, Austria.

Aero is Everything

Specialized, the master at selling its products inside a story and a process, beats on its competitors with its wind tunnel narrative. This launch of its new Venge and associated P&A is a case study. ...

The unique Sam Gydé Dimond

Belgian hard riding triathlete Sam Gydé is now on a Dimond and he did some modifications to his frame so it can accept an internal water bladder.

HUUB Aphotic

I'm all about photochromic goggle lenses. The Zoggs Predator Flex Reactor was the first, and HUUB joins in with its new Aphotic.

Leanda Cave's Ventum

Brit Leanda Cave finished second at the 2015 Memorial Hermann Ironman Texas aboard this Mavic and Shimano equipped Ventum race bike. Have a look.

The LG Gennix of Lionel Sanders

Lionel Sanders is a threat in any race he enters and that was true yesterday at Ironman Texas too. We now look at his Shimano equipped Louis Garneau Gennix TR1.

The new Scott Addict CX

Scott introduced a very light new Addict CX bike recently and here are details of this cyclocross bikes with disc brakes and thru-axles wrapped around a sub 900 gram frame.

CeramicSpeed adds UFO chains

Danish CeramicSpeed announced today the acquisition of the UltraFast Optimization racing chains from the US based Friction Facts company.

Catharine Pendrel's Orbea Alma

Canadian Catharine Pendrel is the current MTB world champion and won the Sea Otter Classic XC event aboard this Shimano equipped Team Luna Orbea Alma.

The Scott Scale of Nino Schurter

At the Sea Otter Classic Nino Schurter won the short track race on Friday and the cross country event on Sunday and we looked closer at his Scott Scale race bike.

Shimano for 2015

Shimano's groupkits for use in triathlon are overviewed here. Mostly, your choice for tri is Shimano versus SRAM or Shimano versus another Shimano group. Here's how we parse it.

A new Venge for Javier Gomez

At the beginning of the year we grabbed the S-Works Tarmac of Javier Gomez but just before the WTS event in Auckland he received a new Venge.

Ryf's unique dancing shoes

Daniela Ryf stormed to a big win at the 2015 Challenge Dubai, and during the bike segment she was wearing unique ballet slipper looking shoes.

The Cervelo S5 test bike

We have the new Cervelo S5 aero road bike in our hands and here now is a detailed gallery of this Hed, Fizik and Shimano Dura-Ace 11 speed setup.

The Dimond of Jordan Rapp

Jordan Rapp will start the 2015 race season aboard a Zipp and SRAM equipped Dimond race bike. It is finally together now and here are first images.

First look at the elusive Ventum

The new Ventum brand has been hotly discussed and a few snap shots appeared on the web, but here is a closer look at the Ventum prototype of Leanda Cave.

Canyon Aeroad CF SLX 8.0

We got our hands on a Canyon Aeroad CF SLX 8.0, and here is the first look at this fast looking aero road machine straight out of the box from Germany.

The Rohan Dennis BMC

Up close with the BMC Trackmachine TR01 of the 24-year old Aussie Rohan Dennis, who will attempt to break the 1-hour record on Sunday in Grenchen.

Javier Gomez' S-Works Tarmac

World Champion Javier Gomez is currently on Fuerteventura to get ready for the 2015 race season. We looked closer at the Specialized Tarmac he has with him.

Stationary Bike Apps

If you're aboard your bike and going nowhere fast that doesn't mean progress can't be made. Here's our overview of structured training apps (e.g., Sufferfest, VirtualTraining, TrainerRoad).

Yvonne van Vlerken's Simplon

The flying Dutch woman won the Lanzarote International Duathlon aboard her Enve and SRAM equipped Austrian brand Simplon Nexio, and we took a closer look.

Real Men Ride the Rollers

Before stationary trainers were rollers. Wyatt Earp rode the rollers. As did Jeremiah Johnson. Are you man enough to ride the rollers?
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