All new Rapha Performance Trailwear for MTB might be their best kit yet

How do you translate the Rapha brand for the world of mountain biking? Maybe you don't have to. Sure, Rapha isn't a name that...

Atomik x BERD ALGR aluminum gravel wheels prove you don’t need carbon for compliance

Once again, Atomik Carbon's latest wheelset doesn't actually use a carbon fiber rim. After adding premium aluminum mountain bike wheels to their repertoire, Atomik...
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All-new Santa Cruz Blur gets superlight, super fast with single-pivot design

Seen racing the World Cup XC race circuit, the new Santa Cruz Blur blends a lighter single-pivot design with top shelf components to drop...
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Long Term Review: The 2021 Rocky Mountain Instinct adapts to tackle any trail network

It can’t be easy to make a trail bike. You’re forced to settle on one design that should somehow climb like a goat, yet...
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Review: The MET Rivale is a light, well-ventilated, reasonably priced road helmet

The MET Rivale is their mid-range road helmet, nestled between the Vinci MIPS and the ultra-ventilated Trenta helmets, priced at 130€. It actually shares...
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AASQ #120: Can cycling clothing ever really be green?

We know, there’s no such thing as a stupid question. But there are some questions you might not want to ask your local shop...
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Patent Patrol: Shimano wires up electronic bicycle brakes…but why?

OK, let's just get this out of the way - NO, these are not wireless. No, they do not use electronic actuators to directly...

Wahoo ELEMNT BOLT GPS strikes back w/ color screen, increased storage, USB-C charging &...

Looking for a compact GPS cycling computer that's easy to use with lots of features? Like a color screen? The newest Wahoo ELEMNT BOLT...
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SRAM prototypes Ai-optimized, 3D-printed cranks using Autodesk generative design

SRAM is starting to reap real, usable crankset prototypes from their development partnership with Autodesk via their Generative Design Field Lab in Chicago. When and...



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