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.
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What tires and pressure will the riders choose for Wednesday's strade bianche stage at the Giro d'Italia? We asked the experts.
Gravel drivetrains exist, but do they really need to? Ben Delaney and Dan Cavallari discuss the merits of a dedicated gravel groupset.
Should a rider stick with a TT bike when the road gets steep, or transition to a lighter road bike? Like all things cycling, the answer is: It depends.
Dyneema fabric is supposedly stronger than steel; Craft Sportswear has incorporated it into Team Sunweb's jerseys at the 2020 Tour de France.
Assos has some top-secret prototype kit floating around at the Tour de France rest days on the backs of NTT Pro Cycling riders.
Pro kit has evolved drastically over the last decade. Has everyday joe's kit changed with it? There are more similarities than differences.
We all know the Tour de France's GC leader wears the yellow jersey. The problem is, too many other riders are also sporting yellow in this year's Tour de France.
Tires have risen to the top of the tech stories during week one of the Tour. What goes into making a good tire? And what's up with the clincher's comeback?
Bling at the Tour is nothing new, but the price tags this year have us reeling. Does fancy bling belong in the Tour de France?
Rubber compounds keep riders glued to the road — most of the time. How do they do it? And why didn't it work so well during stage 1?
A win on clinchers and a soap-slicked course have dictated the early storylines when it comes to Tour de France gear.