The pro cyclists association, the CPA, threatens legal action against UCI over its continued permissive stance toward disc brakes.
There is no training tool more powerful than a power meter, when it's used properly. But which one you should buy?
Will disc brake rotors cut shoes? Leather? Cardboard? Watch as we channel our inner "MythBusters" in the VeloNews workshop.
Lennard Zinn goes deep into tire tech to test a product that may help riders easily travel with bikes that have tubeless.
PeopleForBikes is giving away a bike, Abus has a sleek lock, Contador's bike has new colors, and a superlight rain shell.
Lennard Zinn addresses questions about shifting, compatibility, and brakes, and includes more about the myriad flats at cyclocross worlds.
Global Cycling Network explains some of the fundamental characteristics of cycling's most traditional bike material: Steel.
This week's tech news roundup includes the 2017 range from Rapha, a limited edition Colnago bike, and a whole lot more.
We've worn Velocio's ES jacket more than any piece of apparel so far this year, and until the temperatures heat up, it will stay in heavy
Specialized's wheel brand Roval has three high-end road race wheels on the market. Do they compare with more familiar aftermarket brands?