Month: October 2019

Rider Interview: Ed Hood spoke to Dan Bigham back in October 2017, but there has been a lot happening in the track World since then: The banning of Bingham’s team skinsuit and UCI deciding that trade teams can’t ride World Cup events. Bigham talks about all that and more as he catches up on 2019
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Photo submitted by Sebastian Breuer, “Adventure day for me and my friend Kay Tkatzik: Riding from France to Italy and conquering the Col de Tende.” We always love seeing photos from where you are riding and are happy to share them with our readers around the world here on the Pic Of The Day. Send in your
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Rider Feature: Taylor Phinney, the one time ‘Boy Wonder’ of US cycling, has ridden his last race. Phinney was a class act and looked to have a wonderful career ahead of him; Classics, time trials, short stage races and track titles were within his grasp, but a horrific crash took that all away. Against all
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Back at the start of August, EVOC debuted a complete family of compact off-road adventure bikepacking bags. Nowhere near the scale of most massive modern bikepacking bags, these waterproof Boa-secured packs are actually an ideal size (mostly) for the mini-adventures we usually can make time for in our busy schedule – stuff in the extra
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TOOLBOX: The days are getting shorter, the big events have passed, and our attention is turning to preparation for next season. Cyclists and endurance athletes are entering the rest and transition phase that marks the start of off-season training.  Here’s an effective 6 week plan to design and execute this off-season phase to pay big
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What’s better than getting your own custom tunes from a suspension manufacturer? For Giant, it seems the answer to that question is manufacturing suspension of your own. Already one of the world’s largest bicycle manufacturers, Giant recently unveiled their latest project – the Crest 34 suspension fork.Advertisements [embedded content] Yup, Giant seems to be moving
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VIDEO: It took me a few tries to get Milan right, but now it’s one of my favorite cities. Over the years I’ve honed this mini city tour to get my dose of Italy’s fashion & industrial capital – which usually happens after a long flight when getting out there is the best way to
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“Wiener Mechanikerräder 1930-1980” confirms its authors’ contention that “Vienna is big but the range of its bicycle manufacturers was once even bigger.” In 1930 Vienna had more than 100 makes of bicycle and for the next half-century brands would come and go. The marques in this book, teutonically organized from “Alpenrad” to “Ziel” by the
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