Harrowing crash into ravine caught on tape

You know what the difference is between cyclists and soccer players? Watch this video. After taking a massive tumble, Spanish superstar Joaquim Rodriguez just shrugged it off and got back in the saddle.

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How To: Recondition a worn out rear derailleur

Bike parts are expensive, especially new ones. So why not do all you can to keep your current components running smooth. That’s the gist of this video that details how to recondition a worn out rear derailleur.

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Shimano S-PHYRE cycling apparel launched

Shimano has expanded its S-PHYRE concept with the addition of performance road cycling apparel. First introducing the S-PHYRE concept with performance footwear in 2016, the new high-performance product line now also includes a racing skin suit, short sleeve jersey, bib shorts, gloves, and socks.

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Best gravel road tires tested – part 3

As with mountain bike tires, gravel road tires are made for different conditions, different surfaces, and for different preferences. Here is part 3 of our test of the best off-the-beaten-path tires on the market

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Best gravel road tires tested – part 2

As with mountain bike tires, gravel road tires are made for different conditions, different surfaces, and for different preferences. Here is part 2 of our test of the best off-the-beaten-path tires on the market.

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Best gravel road tires tested – part 1

As with mountain bike tires, gravel road tires are made for different conditions, different surfaces, and for different preferences. Here is part 1 of our test of the best off-the-beaten-path tires on the market.

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AbsoluteBLACK oval chainrings review

The PR claim is that by using oval shaped (rather than round) chainrings, pedaling smoothness and overall efficiency is improved because the impact of the dead spot on your pedal stroke is minimized. Find out how well these rings worked for us.

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Turner launches limited edition Cyclosys colorway

Want to stand out from the crowd? Then take a look at this gorgeous new limited edition CX rig from Turner Bikes.

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Bontrager Provence 32 roller suitcase review

This large multi-compartment roller suitcase is designed specifically for cyclists traveling on 5-7 day trips. Find out how well it fared flying the friendly skies.

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How to save money on your next bike purchase

If you haven’t noticed by now bikes are expensive. A full carbon roadster with a decent drivetrain and wheels can easily set you back $4000 or more. Here are seven tips that can help you save some cash on your next bike purchase.

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How To: Get Set Up For Spin Class

Motivation can be hard to come by during the cold and wet months of the year, but you don’t want to lose your hard-earned fitness. Riding an indoor trainer is a great way to keep up your training. But riding by yourself, with a video or an MP3 player as your only inspiration, can get old. Instead consider signing up for a spin class.

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Niner unveils carbon RLT 9 RDO gravel bike

After more than two years in development, Niner has created a carbon-framed performance bike for the quickly growing gravel grinding community.

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SCOTT takes on larger role with ORICA WorldTour team

Swiss bike maker SCOTT has stepped in as co-title sponsor of the ORICA WorldTour team that’s now known as ORICA-SCOTT. With Australia’s Tour Down Under starting January 14, ORICA-SCOTT racers will ride with the new RC team bike designs the very first time, the SCOTT Foil RC and Addict RC.

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105-year-old cyclist breaks world hour record

At 105, Frenchman Robert Marchand is still riding bicycles and crushing records. Talk about inspiration. Chapeau!

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SpeedX launches the new Unicorn of road bikes

They may not exist in the wild, but now there is a unicorn coming to a bike shop near you. Start-up bike maker SpeedX this week unveiled the Unicorn bike, which brings the performance and training benefits of its SpeedX power meter to the bike via a slick piece of integration. Click through to find out more.

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Peter Sagan’s custom Specialized S-Works Venge ViAS

When you’re the two-time defending World Champion, people make special things for you. In the case of Peter Sagan, the latest gift is this custom Specialized S-Works Venge ViAS. This bike looks fast even standing still.

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RoadBikeReview’s top 10 most viewed articles of 2016

The last 12 months have been tough for celebrities, musicians, and democrats, but it’s been an awesome year for bike geeks.

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RoadBikeReview’s top 10 most viewed videos of 2016

RoadBikeReview’s top 10 most viewed videos of 2016 featured everything from shifting advice to training tips from Peter Sagan himself.

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Eight Things Cyclists Should Never Do

Whether you’re new to cycling or a seasoned vet, this video from the Global Cycling Network is a must watch. Don’t be that guy and don’t do these eight things. Press play to find out what they are.

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10 Things To Take On Every Bike Ride

Before you head out the door and jump on your bike, these are the 10 things you should make sure you have. They will help you avoid a mechanical disaster, keep you warm, and pay for coffee.

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How To Service Your Road Bike Freehub

Your road bike freehub can wear out or stop working. Here’s a step-by-step guide to fixing three common types and brands.

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What You Really Want To Buy Part III: Road Handlebars

Upgrade this key contact point to shave weight and increase comfort with one of these great bar options.

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RoadBikeReview Best of 2016 Awards: Rider of the Year

Even if Peter Sagan didn’t win a single race this year (or in any year), he would still be among the WorldTour’s most popular riders. But Sagan is more than a circus act. He’s the No. 1 bike racer in the world. Period.

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What You Really Want To Buy Part II: Power Meters

Power meters are the ultimate training tool, allowing the serious road cyclist to see exact power output either during or after the ride, which will tell you how your body is performing.

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Chain maintenance advice from the experts

The bicycle chain is a wonderfully effective means of transferring mechanical energy from one place to another. With good engineering, modern materials, and regular maintenance, it is extremely efficient. But with abuse or negligence, a drivetrain can quickly devolve into a quagmire of resistance. Find out how to best care for your chain.

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