Technology long used on Prologo saddles and recently launched on gloves shows up on EF Education-EasyPost's TT bars.
Wahoo adds to its indoor training portfolio while trimming its workforce by 20 percent.
Hacks to get the fit you need on your road bike.
The new titanium Chisela costs $125 and features a quick-release mount for a light or a camera.
Ashton Lambie, Skylar Schneider and The Vegan Cyclist are among Bettoun's customers.
Shimano GRX, Ultegra, and Dura-Ace share space with SRAM's Quarq on Stites' aero bike.
Paris-Roubaix's third-place finisher has a unique solution to Shimano's 12-speed power-meter shortage.
A new monocoque handlebar tops off the latest and greatest $15,999 machine from the storied Italian brand.
With the passing of a young rider and neighbor, I present a slightly different take on the race gear test.
Riders manage to ride safely to a stop after carbon rims break in half.
A refresher in Isaac Newton's laws of physics as they pertain to materials used in bicycle fabrication.
Turns out, a three-time Olympic medalist doesn't need the latest tech to win a bike race.
Tubeless tires again ridden to victory in the Roubaix velodrome.
An aero bike with a narrow cockpit and fat tires for the Hell of the North.
Power drills, emergency gels, and an under-chassis metal plate: Inside a team car at Paris-Roubaix Femmes
VeloNews takes a tour of AG Insurance-NXTG's team car to discover the unique demands on team mechanics, directors and vehicles in the 'Hell of the North.'
Trek-Segafredo is two for two at Paris-Roubaix Femmes with a Domane built with SRAM Red, Pirelli tubeless, and a single chainring.
Veteran mechanic Jac-Johann Steyn explains his team's gearing and tire configurations, and the thinking behind them.
A close-up look at the Amstel Gold Race-winning bike — with 30mm Continental tubeless tires and a full Shimano Dura-Ace 9250 group — to be raced at the ‘Hell of the North.’
Double bar tape, 30mm tires and more for the ‘Hell of the North.’
Paris-Roubaix glove and bar-tape strategies: Normal, double, or none? A WorldTour mechanic weighs in
‘For more cushioning, double wrap the bar tape. But another approach is to ride without gloves and even without handlebar tape,’ says WorldTour mechanic Raf Wittenberg.
Rapha aero jersey, training jersey, and bib shorts are available in six sizes for each men's and women's cuts.
New design will be worn by both the men's and women's teams this summer.
Major changes include elimination of the seat mast, front IsoSpeed and adjustment on rear IsoSpeed.
Independent brand launches a new gravel model with environmentally conscious packaging.
Sea Otter gear test: Ventum NS1 with unreleased Enve wheels, CeramicSpeed upgrades — and a dog in a backpack
200-plus miles on the consumer-direct aero bike leaves me impressed and eager for more.
UCI gives green light to Scope Atmoz hub-based pressure control system. So how does it work, and how might it help in Roubaix?
Lizzie Deignan's winning bike from the inaugural Paris-Roubaix Femmes.
Sea Otter Classic gallery: 3D-printed custom helmets, a hub that turns a 1x into a 2x, new Stages Dash, and more
From the in-process to the fully formulated, Sea Otter shows off a variety of bike gear.
From a sloth on a rocket to a wiener dog in a backpack. Also, bikes!
Best for long, cool-weather gravel rides off the beaten path.
From the pedestrian but practical to the gratuitous bling, Sea Otter Classic plays host to many a thing.
The brand known for compact, fee-dodging travel cases goes bigger now that many airlines are dropping bike luggage fees.
Father-and-son British company only makes 1x gravel and road bikes.
The claimed 297g shoe launches today for $299.
Latest version of the Protone weighs a claimed 230 in a European medium.
‘Look and Corima would be my first choice every single time’ says USAC national sprint director Erin Hartwell.
The short-nose saddle gets high-tech padding construction in a featherweight 190g package.
The do-it-all gravel bike has a slew of refinements, as well as some big improvements and standardizations for the bottom bracket, rear wheel, and more.
Fox just launched a new gravel fork that comes in 40 and 50mm travel options. Here's how it compares to the RockShox version. We rode both, and give you our feedback here.
40mm and 50mm travel options in the reverse-crown fork that can handle up to a 50mm tire.
Technical FAQ: Road tubeless tires on rim-brake carbon rims, Ultegra drivetrain compatibility, and more
How to service Phil Wood Hubs, clean disc brake calipers pistons, and praise for Di2 ‘triples.’
One bike broke, but Human Powered Health loaned me a WorldTour race rig to ride in what is my absolute favorite sportive in the world.
Aerodynamics and (sometimes temporary) warmth considerations come into play in Belgium.
German rider racing Tour of Flanders with shoes made for him by a friend.
Quick-Step brings four mechanics and a fleet of cars loaded with extra wheels and parts to keep things running smoothly at Sunday's Tour of Flanders.
Wahoo Powerlink power-meter pedals for the Wahoo team.
Rutsch, 11th at the 2021 Paris-Roubaix, will be riding his 58cm SuperSix EVO at the Tour of Flanders in support of former race winner Alberto Bettiol.
Typically wax and oil are used exclusively of one another. But not here.
Van Aert's sidewalls painted with silicone, but not for durability.
Dwars door Vlaanderen gallery: Victor Campenaerts goes for broke with 58t ring, waxed chain, and special tires
While his teammates ride 53t rings and Vittoria tires, Campenaerts does his own thing.
RGT isn't trying to beat Zwift. Instead, the platform is chasing customization of roads and routes, a new style of training, and a different type of social integration inside the game.
Wout van Aert to race Flanders in one of six new helmets, the aero Vento, which earned a five-star rating from Virginia Tech helmet test lab.
Is the pro peloton finally catching up to Lennard Zinn's predictions about dropper posts? More disc brake maintenance tips.
From red, white and blue, to a blast of pink.
The Greek god of the winds invoked at three points on the sprinter's bike.
Newmen wheels, a waxed chain, a pro-only integrated bar/stem, and more.
Golden Greg is now Stone Cold Greg with custom 2022 BMC Teammachine SLR01 design.
'I always had the impression kind of like I had a flat tire, but actually it must have been the frame.'
A micro-travel plate solution for owners of Tacx Neo smart trainers.
The Specialized aero road racing bike that's not carbon and not out-of-this-world expensive.
The final word for optimizing your chain for low friction and longevity from industry experts.
To paraphrase Keith Bontrager: 'Light, strong, cheap - pick two.' Meet the X-Tubo CX/Gravel TPU tube.
Mohorič winning the longest Monument on the calendar with a Fox dropper post on the descent is one for the history books.
CeramicSpeed parts abound on the Italian sprinter's Factor Ostro VAM. Will his velocita ascensionale media (VAM) be fast enough over the Cipressa and Poggio to contest the final sprint?
Unreleased tubeless tires, an older generation power meter, and a single sprint shifter.
SRM power-meter pedals compared to Stages, new S-Works tires, Cadex carbon-spoked wheels, and more.
A suspension post, a frame-mounted hydration reservoir, and a front brake – to make race organizers comfortable.
To remove—or not—the lube that ships with chains, and more options for ‘climbing’ gears.
I did three group rides in the snow and slush on Friday and then raced the 50 miler on Saturday. Here are some gear highlights.
EF Education-TIBCO-SVB rider finishes sixth on old bike after new bike shows up the night before.