on carbon durability, carbon seatposts, KMC, mixing SRAM and Shimano
Careful rear derailleur installation, maintaining a bike for indoor riding, adjusting your cassette rather than your derailleur
Overall this is an excellent brake, but is it really necessary for anyone but a top level cross country racer
Thieves took eight bikes that are used in SRAM's 2X10 mountain bike demo program
Quick look: If you ride white handlebar tape, white shoes and white shorts, then check out the new white Apex.
SRAM adds new color option for its Red groupset
A close look at world cyclocross champion Zdenek Stybar's Ridley X-Night
A reader struggles with chain-suck, another asks about a wide range of gearing.
Ah, the pain and joy of testing time trial gear. Zack Vestal installs and rides Zipp's Vuka R2C shifters and VukaShift aero extensions.
Check out Zach White's author page.
RadioShack's Lance Armstrong, Levi Leipheimer and Jason McCartney will race under as Team Mellow Johnny's at the SRAM Tour of the Gila in New Mexico.
SEA OTTER: Singletrack.com's Zach White reports from the Sea Otter Expo area with what's new, improved and just kinda cool.
Fabian Cancellara was obviously the strongest man in the Tour of Flanders, and his Specialized Tarmac SL3 was equally up to the task, despite one small technical difficulty.
Using technologies pioneered in SRAM's first 10-speed MTB group XX, X7 is designed to bring 2x10 to mid-level cross-country riders, entry-level downhillers and freeriders.
What's XXtra cool about SRAM's new group is that it works well not just on anorexic cross-country race hardtails, but on 5-inch, full-suspension trail bikes.
Here’s the latest sponsorship news we’ve rounded up from across the bike racing world
Can I combine SRAM mountain and road components to produce hillclimb gearing?
SRAM, in conjunction with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, has announced a voluntary recall of the SRAM 10-Speed Chain PowerLock connector links. SRAM reports that the PowerLock outer connector plate could crack during installation or early use, causing the chain to separate and leading to loss of bicycle control and possible injury. For this reason, SRAM is recalling and replacing all affected SRAM 10-Speed Chain PowerLock connector links.
Dear Lennard, Question for you re: forks for long head tubes. I'm 6'4" and have a Seven Axiom with a roughly 30cm head tube and a Seven rebadged Reynolds carbon fork on it. It is a bit flexy when braking while cornering and I'd like to improve that. What options are out there and how do they rate vs. each other? I know Alpha Q makes one with a steerer long enough (as seen on your bike) as does Storck, but want to understand if they are better than the Reynolds vis a vis flex/rigidity. Ted Dear Ted,