The Colnago K.One of Rudy von Berg

: Rudy von Berg has been racing very well with some impressive wins this year. His race bike is a Colnago K.One and we had a closer look at it.

Gettin' Groovy with Rouvy - Part 1: Getting Started

: Stationary is the hottest segment in non-motorized cycling. Rouvy is yet another stationary brand you should know about.

Ventum's NS1

: Ventum's new NS1 road bike is positioned to serve a cyclist's multiple riding needs.

Profile Design’s DRV and DRV Sizer Bar

: The successful handlebar makers of today are willing to reimagine ergonomics and sizing schemes. The leader has been PD.

Trainerroad's Workout Calendar

: It's for triathletes and cyclists who want a powerful workout organizer, but not the ardency required of the Training Peaks user.

Gravel From The Ground Up: Tires & Pressure

: On the anniversary of my first ever gravel bike race in 2017, I look back at what I learned about equipment, preparation, and more in this first in a series of articles about taking drop bars off ...

CycleOps H2, Fifteen Rides In

: After dozens of hours on both CycleOps Hammer and H2, here's my long term review, with an emphasis on the new H2.

It's Game On With Zwift

: Zwift is a game. Or a training tool. It's also a virtual community, like Westworld, except there's real people behind every avatar.

The Clifton 5: HOKA Made a Good Shoe Great

: Footwear companies are famous for wrecking a good shoe. In this case, a good shoe keeps getting better.

Powertap Addresses Gripes With New P2 Pedal

: Customers love Powertap’s accuracy, user flexibility and price. Bearings and service turnaround? Less so. Fixed! Says Powertap.

S-Works Shiv Disc

: Specialized is beginning to roll out a new tri bike platform, starting at the very top ($$). Is it a winner?

Auspicious Race Debut For Felt's IA Disc

: In the first time out on her new IA Disc, Felt's star athlete rode 4:26 in Kona. Not a bad start for a new bike model.

The King of Kona's Canyon

: German Patrick Lange's Canyon Speedmax CF SLX 9.0 LTD armed and ready for action.

BiSaddle ShapeShifter Review

: We review a unique adjustable saddle that’s made in the USA. Could this be answer for those wanting to avoid the process of trying saddle after saddle?

Velosense: A Friend to the Field Trialist

: It was the Techiest Slowtwitch-Friendly Gadget at Interbike

A Hub For All Seasons

: It's the Phoenix hub system, a brand new product. Imagine lots of wheels, with 1 or 2 sets of interchangeable inners.

Feelin' Rouvy

: Rouvy is about to join Zwift and others by offering a multi-rider experience

HOKA Bondi 6

: Odd editions (Bondi 3, 5) are fails. Even editions (2, 4) are wins. Does the Bondi 6 follow the pattern?

Princeton Carbonworks WAKE 6560

: Is this wheel brand worthy of your attention? I rode these wheels up, down, back, and forth, here's what I found.

ROKA Maverick Pro II

: It takes a lot for a wetsuit to surprise me (good or bad). I usually know the score. Here's ROKA's Maverick Pro II.

The distinctive Ventum One of Greg Close

: Greg Close is a professional triathlete and coach who races on this very distinctive checkerboard Ventum One, and as it should be - he also has a matching helmet.

Slowtwitch Limited Edition Team Launch

: Here's a limited edition production of Slowtwitch race apparel, from De Soto.

The Wunderbar

: What to call it? The Zanzibar? the Abdul-Jabbar? The Threeguyswalkintoabar? It's my new aerobar standard.

The Marquise of Eric Lambi

: Every now and then we feature cool age grouper bikes and the Dimond Marquise of Eric Lambi is certainly well worth a closer look.

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