While $9,800 is an obscene amount of money to pay for a bicycle frame, the Cervélo R5CA is sublime.
The UCI announced Thursday that all race equipment incorporating bearings or bushings within its design will be subject to UCI approval prior to use within the World Tour. Lesser races will remain unaffected. The approval program is based on a brand new UCI regulation, Article 1.3.025, which states, “no bearing or bushing to be used […]
A keen eye may have noticed a slight change in the bib shorts and jerseys of Garmin-Cervèlo’s Tyler Farrar, Johan VanSummeren, Heinrich Haussler, and Matt Wilson at Milan-San Remo this year. That’s because they weren’t wearing bib shorts and jerseys anymore – at least not as we know them.
Why the latest Cancellara mechanical doping story is even more stupid than the first
Caley Fretz takes a look at Hutchinson's Pro Tour tires — just like Lance used — and examines the benefits of aging tires.
Armstrong's second comeback did not spur as many new bike tech ideas as the first, Lennard Zinn says.
Building on the magazine’s award-winning aero wheel test, VeloNews creates a new, intensive method of bicycle evaluation
Movistar's Vendoso scores the first big win on Campy's electric shifters
Not UCI compliant, and the better for it