SRAM's Eagle GX and Shimano's Ultegra groups are new products that apply top-level technology to more affordable products.
Cervelo's new road offering comes in rim brake and disc brake versions. Plus, the R5 has remarkably good handling.
Lennard Zinn explains why quick links aren't so quick any longer. Plus, readers dig into the history of why pedals are reverse-threaded.
The Stages Dash GPS head unit and Link online training platform are a gateway to a more focused and specific training and analysis.
A new version of Specialized's Tarmac race bike is spotted at the Critérium du Dauphiné.
BMC announces new Teammachine race bike. Campagnolo boosts stopping power. And 3T has an aero gravel fork for road bikes.
Pro investigates a wheel failure that crashed Gianni Moscon at Tirreno-Adriatico. The company says a too-narrow tire is to blame.
WTB's Exposure tire reflects that blurred line, and it achieves a remarkable balance between rolling speed and off-pavement capability.
Lennard Zinn answers questions about chain quick link compatibility, why pedals come unthreaded, and Di2 wireless technology.
Lennard Zinn tackles several follow-up questions and comments regarding his recent column on pedal thread direction.