Love Ekar’s 13-speed cassette options, but prefer SRAM lever ergonomics? Your wish has been granted.
Examining hill gradients, Campagnolo components, and the IT band.
1,900g steel frame can be painted in a variety of colors, and comes in six sizes.
Hooked or hookless rim? Campagnolo shoots the gap with 'mini hook' on the 1,485g carbon wheels.
How to choose and apply chain lube, mixing double and triple chainring groups, what Campy parts work with each other.
Mix and match accessory hydro levers, stripped Camp crank bolts, and Campy front derailleurs.
Differences between chain lines of Campagnolo, Shimano, and SRAM disc brake setups.
VeloNews technical expert examines brand cross-compatibility of brakes and drivetrain components.
How to mix and match braking components across brands, and why Shimano does not offer a 10-tooth cog for new groups.
Lennard Zinn answers questions about dating Campy components, SRAM chainring compatibility, and tolerances for new TRP brake rotors.
More tips and tricks for limiting high-speed wobble, mixing drivetrain components, and more.
Without the restraints of cables, electronic shifters can be put anywhere. But is that a good thing?
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Tech Ticker: Strava adds 3D Terrain Mode, 4iiii’s Earth Day crank buyback, $3,500 Campy wheels, $4,000 Zipp wheels
Here's the gear that's making headlines on Thursday, April 22.
Technical FAQ: 12-speed chain compatibility, internal cable routing, and carbon fork replacement schedule
Tips for mixing Campy and SRAM drivetrains, internal cable routing, and how frequently to replace a carbon fork.
Technical FAQ: mixing and matching SRAM drivetrain components; more on Campy crank bolts; racks on carbon frames
Mixing 11- and 12- speed SRAM eTap shifters and derailleurs, 11-speed chainrings on 10-speed drivetrains, and mounting a rack on a carbon frame.
Campagnolo drivetrain maintenance, Shimano wide-range gearing, and mounting racks on carbon road bikes.
Shimano GRX/XT/XTR drivetrain compatibility, standards for weights, and Campy shifter rebuilds.
The new high-performance pedal-assist road bike looks — and weighs — about the same as a standard road bike.
Cycling brands hit with uncertainty and delivery delays as the United Kingdom exits the European Union trade agreements.
A carbon Kiwi chassis dressed in a 13-speed gravel group.
Gravel drivetrains exist, but do they really need to? Ben Delaney and Dan Cavallari discuss the merits of a dedicated gravel groupset.
Campagnolo's Ekar drivetrain ramps up the gear options to 13 speeds, and it's made specifically for gravel riding.
Component makers first produced electronic shifters in the 1990's, but in the last decade, the technology became ubiquitous in cycling, from the Tour de France to the weekly group ride.
For SRAM, an opportunity is born — and for Campagnolo, a moment of reflection. What does Movistar's move to SRAM mean for component manufacturers?
A reader survives a crash with an automobile, but his steel bike does not. How should he go about repairing the bent frame? Plus, mixing SRAM Rival and Campagnolo Record components.
Enve claims Vittoria tires are prone to failure on its rims, but Vittoria wants to know more. New Campagnolo EPS 12-speed, and more.
Campagnolo becomes the first road bike component manufacturer to bring a 12-speed cassette to market.
Farley fat bikes recalled, new Rapha kit, Campagnolo EPS jives with Wahoo, and more Brooks saddle options.
Lennard Zinn explains how Campagnolo cassettes can be installed incorrectly on some freehubs, and how to avoid this dangerous error
Campagnolo has provided more details about the new Super Record, Record, and Chorus groups recently announced
A first ride with new Super Record components is akin to a blind date with a supermodel; there’s no doubt that Campagnolo’s top end group will dazzle
Chorus goes electronic and value-oriented Athen and Veloce get key ergonomic updates
Lennard Zinn takes on more drivetrain compatibility questions, from adventurers and riders mashing up Campagnolo and Shimano
This week, Lennard Zinn answers questions about mixing component brands, altering cyclocross setups, and more
Lennard Zinn answers a run of questions on 11- and 10-speed drivetrain compatibility
This week, Lennard Zinn answers readers' questions about valve stem lengths, migrating wheels, and more
Lennard Zinn takes us through Campagnolo's factory in Italy, which only recently opened its doors to the public
Diamondback is not known for making road bikes, but its new line of competitive road racing bikes might change your mind
Jason McCartney's 2013 Pinarello Dogma 65.1 Think2 comes with Campagnolo’s electronic Record EPS group
In Tech FAQ, Lennard Zinn dishes out advice on bringing Frankenstein drivetrains to life
Tech editor Nick Legan answers reader questions on perfect tubular mounts, TT bike purchases, fitting a second bike and buying wheels for gritty climates
Campagnolo's Athena EPS group features top-shelf shifting performance at what should be a greatly reduced price
Technical editor Nick Legan answers questions about attaching race numbers, Campy chainrings and why riders down the cold soda after a stage
Lennard Zinn talks electronic shifting: EPS compatibility with Di2 framesets and upgrades to electronic on frames without internal routing
Lennard Zinn test rode the EPS aero-bar shifters and brake levers and shares what he learned, including diagnosing and adjusting the system
Italian manufacturer to launch its first triple cranksets in 2013
Tech editor Nick Legan answers questions on technical innovation in the WorldTour, bottom bracket replacement, gearing for wheel changes
on carbon durability, carbon seatposts, KMC, mixing SRAM and Shimano
Nick Legan and Lennard Zinn review a pair of late-season offerings from Campagnolo and Shimano.
A look at Campagnolo's 20-year effort to bring electric shifting to market
Inside and out. On the road and on the workstand: Lennard's in-depth look at Campy's electric groups.
Campy surprises with two electric groups, with one-push cassette sweep.
We’ve seen what the system looks like on the Movistar Pinarellos, but we don’t know many details.