Differences between chain lines of Campagnolo, Shimano, and SRAM disc brake setups.
Swapping stems, handlebars, and spacers for more comfort on your bike.
Technical FAQ: Factoring tire weight into modeling energy consumption, and understanding the physics of front-end shimmy
Do weights of tires factor into the amount of energy required to turn them, and discussions of what causes front-end shimmy.
Cycling wheel and tire experts offer opinions about and insights into tire testing.
VeloNews technical expert examines brand cross-compatibility of brakes and drivetrain components.
A real-world example of how rolling resistance impacts effort, and duration, over a 200-mile gravel ride.
A discussion of tire rolling resistance testing methods and protocols.
How to mix and match braking components across brands, and why Shimano does not offer a 10-tooth cog for new groups.
More analysis of tire pressure and rolling resistance at the ‘Hell of the North,’ and tubeless tires removal and installation.
The finish order of the riders in the Hell of the North mirrored the finish order of their tires in our rolling resistance test.
Simple tips and clever tricks for getting stubborn tubeless tires mounted on rims.
What causes tires to absorb more or less of a rider’s energy?
We sent clinchers, tubeless tires, and tubulars to Wheel Energy for rolling-resistance tests at range of air pressures. The results surprised us.