Keep your brakes tuned for reliable stopping power—using just one or two tools.
Direct-mount offers better braking and more tire clearance, all in a low-profile, aerodynamic package
Jeremy Powers' mechanic confirms that Rapha-Focus will ride cantilever brakes for the remainder of the 2013-14 season
Company introduces new bike in dramatic fashion using helicopter; Cofidis will ride the frame at the Tour
In this week's Technical FAQ, Lennard Zinn answers questions about resurfacing brake tracks, disc/caliper combos, and more
This week, Lennard Zinn relays information from bike companies about which type of braking method is preferred — and safer
Technical writer Lennard Zinn continues to look at wider rims and tires and their grip while cornering
VeloNews technical writer Lennard Zinn answers myriad reader questions about brake pads
Technical FAQ with Lennard Zinn: More on the legality of Lance’s tires, Di2 brake compatibility, stack & reach and more
Hutchinson explains why Lance's tires were probably UCI-compliant and Lennard answers more questions about stack-and-reach, Di2 brakes and more
Readers and industry types offer some follow-up tips regarding recent columns.
Lennard takes a look back at the cyclocross brakes that worked for him during the season
Readers and companies offer feedback on Zinn's recent New Year's resolutions for the bike industry.
Readers ask how to center those Shorties and suggest how to pull that Campagnolo crank.
What's the best team car? Do you lube cables? What's with backwards brakes in the peloton? And more.
Lennard looks to one of cycling's most thoughtful mechanics to explore the question of brake shudder and stopping power
Avid Shorty Ultimate brakes: Getting pretty close to 'cross braking perfection
Ben Delaney takes a look at TRP’s new mini V-brake and says he's never found cyclocross braking so simple.
Lennard Zinn offers a few more thoughts on the subject of brake chatter on cyclocross bikes.
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