Erik Slack’s Team Exergy Felt F1. An unusual selection of parts.
Nick Legan ferrets out some tech tidbits from the USAPCC prologue
Cannondale's new aero Slice. Ready for Basso's use.
Editor's Note: Earlier this year VeloNews tech editor Nick Legan rode with the Rapha Continental team to scout the stages of the 2011 USA Pro Cycling Challenge in Colorado. VeloNews and Rapha partnered to produce videos about the stages. Today we are sharing the fourth video from the ride, focusing on the final stage, from Golden to Denver.
Pros' replacement parts, where to carry your stuff, carbon brake pads and more
Earlier this year VeloNews tech editor Nick Legan rode with the Rapha Continental team to scout the stages of the 2011 USA Pro Cycling Challenge in Colorado. VeloNews and Rapha partnered to produce videos about the stages. Today we are sharing the fourth video from the ride, focusing on stage 5, from Steamboat Springs to Breckenridge (see map below the video). Watch for the rest of the videos to be posted over the next week and a half.
Trying to get a leg up on the competition (and over obstacles) 35 cyclocross racers attended the FasCat Coaching-Jeremy Powers Cyclocross Camp August 12-14 in Boulder, Colorado.
Pro saddle choices, worn-out wrenches and more
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Earlier this year VeloNews tech editor Nick Legan rode with the Rapha Continental team to scout the stages of the 2011 USA Pro Cycling Challenge in Colorado. VeloNews and Rapha partnered to produce videos about the stages. Earlier this week we posted the first video and Nick's article about the ride. Today we are sharing the video about stage 1, from Salida to Crested Butte.
Dirt road ridin', team chef job opportunities and more
Time trial crank lengths, nature breaks, and more
Cork remnants, long-low pros, and what do retired pros ride?
David Moncoutié’s LOOK 695 IPACK
Stage 12 winner Sammy Sanchez's Orbea
The weight of steel, pro warm-ups, UCI rules and more
He may be gone from the Tour, but Vino's Specialized Tarmac SL4 still deserves a look
Nick Legan pokes around Leopard-Trek's Tour de France support car.
Sylvain Chavanel's Eddy Merckx EMX-5. Why the French champion has a stealth paint job
The UCI will begin random bike controls at the Tour de France
A look at Cadel Evans' stage-winning BMC teammachine SLR01
Nick Legan feasts his eyes (and lens) at the stage-2 team time trial of the 2011 Tour de France.
This time the UCI is making sure that saddles are "horizontal."
Philippe Gilbert's spare Canyon Aeroad CF is sexy enough to be anyone's main machine.
Nick Legan sends a few snaps from the start of the 2011 Tour de France.
A look at Ivan Basso's Cannondale Super Six Evo, and Basso's adjustable-on-the-fly seatpost
Fabian Cancellara will be ready to take on the Tour's time trials with a new Trek Speed Concept TT bike.
A look at Andy Schleck's Trek Madone 6 series SSL. Is it a Tour winner?
Cervelo will debut its new S5 aero road bikes at the first stage of this year’s Tour de France, on Saturday.
Giant adds new technologies — bigger stems, integrated sensors, internal cables & more — to 2012 road line
Giant introduces a bevy of new features in its 2012 road bike line. Nick Legan gives his take.
One of the most impressive items that Giant has launched for the 2012 model year is its new WheelSystem.
What do UCI WorldTour teams do with team cars after races outside of Europe such as the Tour of California or the Tour down Under?
What's that bike CVV is riding at the Swiss Tour?
Bar tape underlay, sticky numbers, and trainer stress
Pre-race weigh-ins, TT follow cars and a Dirty Kanza update
Tom Zirbel's Jamis Xenith T2 time trial machine
Road rash treatment, skewer placement, vans in the caravan and more
Inside the Team RadioShack mobile kitchen
A sneak peek at Levi Leipheimer's Giro TT helmet
For stage 6 of the 2011 Tour of California, Christian Vande Velde chose a 2010 bike.
Rory Sutherland’s third place on the mountaintop stage-four finish may have surprised many fans, but flying form in California has been the plan for 2011 for the 29-year old since his seventh overall finish last year. His third place behind Chris Horner and Andy Schleck on the very selective stage also serves as a return to the top level of the sport for the pragmatic Australian.
Bling's Rabobank Giant TCR Advanced SL
Just because the race didn't take place doesn't mean that team riders and staff got a big break. It was all systems go until seconds before the start.
HTC-Highroad's Tejay Van Garderen hopes to ride his Specialized Venge to the top step of the podium at the Amgen Tour of California.
While $9,800 is an obscene amount of money to pay for a bicycle frame, the Cervélo R5CA is sublime.
Questions on spectator etiquette, pros with fenders and lightweight bike
Nick Legan prepares himself, and a special bike, for a 200-mile gravel road race
Collective currently has 14 members (see list below). This small group of leaders within the custom frame building community has reached an agreement with the UCI to reduce the cost of the frame and fork approval process.
Quick look: If you ride white handlebar tape, white shoes and white shorts, then check out the new white Apex.
Special shorts for Roubaix, team vehicle parking spots, painted roads and more questions, answered
Nick Legan reviews the new Giro Aeon: Lighter than the Ionas, better ventilated than the Prolight. But it could use more sizes.
Caravan order, water bottle practices and Roubaix flats. All your questions, answered.
Supporting a team at Paris-Roubaix is a tough hustle. VeloNews hitched a ride in a Garmin team car to find out just how tough.