Playing with a working model of the Brim Brother's cleat-based power meter
A look at QBP's Foundry Cycles
Since Steve Hed and Zipp started beating the drum for wider road rims, a number of other wheel manufacturers have followed suit.
It seems that for almost every new component that sees the light of day, there’s a new tool to accompany it.
VeloNews' Lennard Zinn offers up a look at the first things that caught his eye at the 2011 Interbike trade show.
LAS VEGAS, Nev. (VN) – The place: the bowels of Interbike, on the Circulus miniature velodrome. The showdown: Johnson versus
Salsa, Surly and Jamis all showed new bikes that are catering to the so-called “fringe” market in offroad bicycles. Fringe may be a bit
Spanish manufacturer Rotor is throwing its hat in the power measurement ring
LZ rides up stream in a gully washer, then finds mad fibers and happy rims