The tech quietly slips out of the pro peloton as its last high-profile holdout modernizes.
‘This just sucks,’ said the Dutch rider about losing massive time on the stage to Blockhaus.
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.
British squad feedback regarding the move to the latest braking tech has been ‘encouraging.’
Technical FAQ: Bike geometry, more about high-speed shimmy, and differing experiences with tire plugs
Technical advice about bike geometry, high-speed shimmy, and plugging tubeless tires.
You have questions about the Giro d'Italia, and we have answers! Today, Larry Warbasse fields questions about disc brakes and Cat. 1 heroes.
The VeloNews technical expert discusses optimal tire-rim widths, T47 bottom brackets, and how to silence shrieking disc brakes.
VeloNews technical expert answers questions about cross-chaining and drivetrain friction, as well as disc brake pad delamination.
VeloNews technical expert Lennard Zinn answers your questions about mechanical issues and bike geometry and handling.
Questions answered about steerer tube spacers, disc brake maintenance, and carbon rim brake track wear.
Lennard answers questions about Shimano GRX chainline and derailleur adjustment, brake calipers, and also reviews questions about Salsa adjustable seatposts
Lennard answers questions about riveting carbon frames, freeing a frozen seatpost, and tricks bleeding Shimano disc brakes.
The Hunt 44 and 54 UD Carbon Spoke disc wheels utilize TaperLock technology which allows for a mechanical truing process, much like a traditional wheel system.
Disc brakes no longer a disadvantage in pro racing as bikes have become lighter. They didn't stop Van der Breggen from winning worlds.
Three-time world champion Peter Sagan will be racing on disc brakes throughout the 2018 Tour de France, with one exception.
Tom Boonen becomes the first rider to win a major UCI pro road race aboard a bike with disc brakes.
According to preliminary results from a survey conducted by the riders association, 40 percent of pros don't want disc brakes in the peloton.
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The UCI announces it will halt its trial of discs in the pro road peloton after a highly publicized Paris-Roubaix injury.
Pro riders' union expresses its concern about disc brakes in the pro peloton, says it wasn't included in decision-making.
The UCI is extending its disc brake trial into next season, but don't expect the entire pro peloton to adopt the new technology.
Markel Irizar rides Shimano disc brake system in the Vuelta stage 6, says he believes the peloton will eventually prefer the quicker stop.
Lennard Zinn helps a reader sort out rim options for his Powertap and considers cleaning techniques for disc-brake road bikes.
Should disc brakes be used in the pro peloton? Global Cycling Network puts the new technology to the test with chorizo. Yep, sausage.
Lennard Zinn gleans even more information from disc brake companies about how performance is affected by very cold temperatures
The debate rages on about disc brakes in professional road racing, and the former world champ is not convinced the time is right to change
Disc brakes are on a precipice, teetering toward the racing world, where speed is the only thing that matters. Can they keep up?
Tom Boonen, Taylor Phinney, Jens Voigt, and other members of the pro peloton don't stop short when it comes to talking about disc brakes
Despite a vocal opposition and somewhat tame advocates, the move to disc brakes on road bikes is coming
Shimano adds mechanical shifting to its hydraulic disc repertoire, and the 105 group gets a makeover
Get your hoops hooked up in a hurry with these tips from Ask a Mechanic
Jeremy Powers' mechanic confirms that Rapha-Focus will ride cantilever brakes for the remainder of the 2013-14 season
Components maker responds to reports of failures at sub-freezing temperatures
Lennard Zinn answers questions about installing disc brakes, inter-brand combinations for hydraulic brakes, and more on high-speed shimmy
From Horner's contract woes to the future of brakes, look back at the week that was in cycling through our top stories
Shimano's disc-brake product manager gives his candid thoughts on road discs and how mountain bikes give an indication of public acceptance
Our tech editor Caley Fretz provides more information about disc brakes for road bikes
Lennard Zinn gets out the file and spacers, and offers up a method for building an affordable, aligned collection of ’cross disc wheels
Italian bike manufacturer introduces road race frames with disc brakes for its 2014 lineup
The disc brake market is growing, and TRP has released the newest versions of a brake type that's gaining popularity
Traditionally aluminum-centric brand moves into carbon with new XTR line-up
We get up close with SRAM's new 11-speed drivetrains and hydraulic disc and rim braking systems
SRAM has taken the next big step in road drivetrains, introducing hydraulic disc and rim brakes with its new 11-speed groupsets
Italian builder is using a new carbon material, utilized for vibration reduction by NASA, in its new endurance road frame
Our resident disc-brake ’cross apostle reflects on a season of discovery and improvements and looks ahead to 2013-14