A Shimano satellite button is positioned inside the hood of his Dura-Ace lever.
Cassani's project starts to come together for the former Italian national coach.
A look at the differences between a professional cyclist and triathlete's bikes for racing against the clock.
Golden touches for the Olympic road champion Richard Carapaz, who is racing for the overall win at the Giro d'Italia.
British Olympic champion rides a Pinarello on the road for Ineos Grenadiers.
Tubeless tires again ridden to victory in the Roubaix velodrome.
Princeton CarbonWorks wheels, molded cockpit, and chalk. Lots of chalk.
A 16.3lb bike with internal cable routing, drain holes, and a top tube shaped for shouldering.
Amity Rockwell, Adam Roberge depart, up-and-coming gravel racers Brennan Wertz and Bradyn Lange join
British squad feedback regarding the move to the latest braking tech has been ‘encouraging.’
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'I think when you can learn something and make big gains, it helps when you get back to the sport you’re a pro in.'
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The Scuderia Pinarello teammates are trading tips that will benefit each other, both on and off the bike.
After she won the 2019 DK — now Unbound Gravel — Rockwell was ready to race professionally. Then, the pandemic shutdown forced her to examine the social side of her new career.
Amity Rockwell headlines the Scuderia Pinarello team alongside big wave surfer Kai Lenny, Mari Holden, and BMX legend Jamie Bestwick.