While $9,800 is an obscene amount of money to pay for a bicycle frame, the Cervélo R5CA is sublime.
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.
Movistar's Vendoso scores the first big win on Campy's electric shifters
Not UCI compliant, and the better for it
Cavendish and others are using the new Shimano Di2 shift option at the Tour Down Under
A quick look at the Smart ebike, a futuristic mount shown at the Paris Motor Show
Leopard-Trek gets geared up for the 2011 season.
Bontrager to unveil new wheels under Team Leopard Trek and Team RadioShack
An electric-shifting, hydraulic disc-braking road bike is in your future. It's just a matter of when.
Electric shifting comes to Shimano's Ultegra group
The UCI will soon begin maintaining an online list of cycling products that comply with its rules for competition, it announced Monday.
VeloNews' Nick Legan returns to the Bill Woodul mechanics clinic to see what's changed in the eight years since he first took the class.
A look at some sealed and slippery cable options for cyclocross, plus some tips and tricks for setting them up.
In part 3 of our addendum to the November issue of VeloNews magazine, our tech editors detail the 'cross bikes they picked as favorite high-value budget race bikes for this season.
In part 2 of our addendum to the November issue of VeloNews magazine, our tech editors detail the 'cross bikes they picked as favorite mid-priced race bikes for this season. Up next: The budget bikes.
In part 1 of our addendum to the November issue of VeloNews magazine, our tech editors detail the 'cross bikes they picked as top-of-the-heap for this season.
New wheel designed from DT Swiss, Rolf Prima and Ritchey
Zack Vestal takes a look at some road bikes on display at Interbike from some smaller suppliers
Parting the sea of carbon with a progressive new metal model
A sampling of what we caught on Interbike’s final day. Stay tuned for more.
A small Irish company may have a perfect approach to measuring just how much power you're putting out on the bike.
Nope, there’s no “teen” missing from that “six” in the headline. You read “six pound carbon road bike” and that’s exactly what the wizards at Fairwheel Bikes in Tucson assembled about a week ago
Steel isn't dead, it's just classier these days.
The French champion won aboard a carbon bike with Shimano Di2 electronic shifting, clinchers, an integrated seatpost and disk brake mounts (but no disks, yet).
A day indoors is actually a relief from the 100-degree heat we faced outside for the Outdoor Demo. But the clothing, helmets, and shoes Zack Vestal saw are designed to perform outside, on the road, in all kinds of conditions.
Campagnolo unveils new cyclocross wheels and cranks and looks to the future of new technology.
New shoes from Shimano, brakes from TRP, and bikes from Litespeed
In search of the sub-$1,000 bike and the point where performance and affordability meet.
Going tubeless — even on standard rims with non-tubeless tires — is a good alternative to the hassle of tubulars.
A look at the new BH cyclocross bike, Fi'zi;k saddle changes, Ridley's tweaked road models, Rotor's sweet BB adaptor and SKS's sneaky small pumps.
Interbike tech: Lennard Zinn explains the new Campagnolo groups and gives a hint of the company's upcoming cyclocross group.
I love a $10,000 bike as much as the next guy, but today I found three sweet bikes with less formidable price tags.
More (somewhat) affordable bikes and gear from Interbike's Outdoor Demo West
MetriGear's Vector integrates custom force and motion sensor platform into pedal spindles to measure a cyclist’s performance.
A round up of the new gear and news coming from the outdoor portion of the Interbike trade expo in Las Vegas.
The 2011 Cervelo line includes major trickle down of technology and design pioneered in the limited production R5ca.
A reader wonders whether cyclocross tubulars have an inherent weight limit, or if bigger riders can also take advantage of the benefits of the best tire choice
Fi’zi:k moves down from the butt to feet with a new three-model road shoe line.
Eurobike report: More cyclocross bikes from across the pond, including Hanka’s disc-brake equipped Stevens
More cyclocross bikes from across the pond, including Hanka Kupfernagel's disc-braked Stevens prototype
Component manufacturers lay out their wares in the cavernous halls of Eurobike.
New road bikes from Wilier, De Rosa, Storck and Time
Look shows a pedal-based power meter built around its Keo platform and designed to communicate with Polar cycling computers.
More spokes than you can shake a stick at. New 'sets from Zipp, Reynolds, Hed and Lightweight and others
Eddy goes aero, Colnago plays hide-n-seek with Di2 and Lapierre offers custom web options.
Ridley's lower priced Noah and its Flandrien collection: Belgium classics bikes for the masses. Canyon's basalt-enriched new aero bike with adjustable dropouts.
Giro marketers chose Livigno, Italy as the venue to introduce to the world their new line of seven shoe models
Garmin's new Edge 800 cycling GPS unit offers more features — including a color touchscreen — than the minimalist Edge 500. But it's not much bigger.
Tech news: Trek shows off the Cronus CX carbon fiber cyclocross bike, part of the Gary Fisher Collection
The Cronus CX, part of Trek's Gary Fisher Collection, is a high-end carbon cyclocross bike, with features borrowed from the Madone road line.
Pearl Izumi reveals a few details on Garmin-Transitions' unusual skin suit.
Tour time trial tech: A look at the time trial bikes used in the Tour de France by Contador, Evans and Basso
A look at the time trial bikes used by Contador, Evans and Basso.
Garmin-Transitions riders used a special skin suit in the time trial Saturday that appeared to re-shape the riders' profiles.
A look at Levi Leipheimer's quiver of Trek Madone Series 6 Tour bikes