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Shimano PRO Stealth Review

: We review an anatomic cutout saddle from Shimano’s accessories brand, PRO. With a carbon base and technical features, should it be your next perch?

The Track in the Forest

: The 1968 U.S. Olympic Trials track is a remarkable story, if you haven't heard it. This book tells it, along with much more that I didn't know.

To Make Riders Faster

: This book about the rise of Cervelo and its slip from the grasp of its founding partners is the best bike business narrative ever.

The Past and Future of Run Shoe Carbon Plates

: Nike wasn't the first to put a carbon plate in a run shoe. Just the first to make it work. Get ready for more carbon.

Bont Riot+ Series Review

: We review the heat-moldable Riot+ and Riot TR+ shoes from Bont. With high-end features at a great price, should they be your next shoe?

The black and neon yellow QR PRsix of Joe Gambles

: Aussie Joe Gambles closed out his 2018 season with a runner-up spot at Ironman 70.3 Indian Wells behind Lionel Sanders and we looked closer at his Quintana Roo PRsix Disc in Niwot, Colorado.

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.

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