Inside the ITU World Championships in Cozumel, Mexico

RoadBikeReview tester of all things aero Twain Mein checks in with this first person report from the recent ITU World Championship in Cozumel, Mexico.

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Interbike 2016: Weird, wacky, and wonderful

We scoured the floor of Interbike for the latest and greatest. Along the way, we saw some interesting things.

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Assos T.laalaLai Short_s7 bib shorts review

Finally Assos has an answer for women who want and need the stability of bib short.

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5 Essential Workshop Tools For Cyclists

Snap poll. If you could only have five tools to keep your bikes running smoothly, what would they be? Here’s one answer.

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Michelin Power Competition tire review

Offering great all-around performance at a reasonable price, the Power Competitions roll fast, offer great grip, and surpass the competition.

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Cervélo set to launch S3 Disc road bike

Free from the constraints of rim brakes, Cervélo’s new S3 Disc has been engineered to be stiffer and more aerodynamic than its rim-brake counterpart.

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Diamondback debuts wild Andean TT bike

Diamondback thumbed its nose at the UCI when it debuted the wild-looking, disc brake equipped Andean time trial bike, which is claimed to be the world’s fastest.

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Wahoo updates KICKR smart trainer

Riding indoors will never be as good as being outside. But if you must suffer through trainer sessions, Wahoo’s recently revised KICKR smart trainer is not a bad way to go.

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Woman sets world speed record on bicycle at 147 mph

California cyclist Denise Mueller set a women’s world speed record Saturday at Utah’s Bonneville Salt Flats, hitting 147 miles per hour while pedaling a highly specialized bike behind a pace car.

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5 Ways To Make Your (Current) Road Bike Faster

How fast you go on your bike mainly comes down to fitness. But there are also ways to get faster that don’t require more intervals or expensive component upgrades.

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How to: Select the right cyclocross tire

Because tires are one of the fastest, easiest, and least expensive ways to upgrade your bike, consider investing in a couple different sets and experimenting with different setups on different courses to find what works best for you.

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Peter Sagan VIP Charity Ride in California

The Peter Sagan VIP Charity Ride is coming to Westlake Village, California, November 18-20. One of the greatest talents on two-wheels, one of the most likable personalities in the pro peloton, and the man who is more stylish than anyone in “green” is coming to SoCal for an intimate weekend of cycling, dining, and good times.

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2017 Specialized Roubaix first ride review

The newest iteration of the Specialized Roubaix is the lightest frame the California company has ever built, and it features a groundbreaking vibration damping system with 20mm of bump absorbing travel.

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Coros introduces LINX smart cycling helmet

Coros Wearables has launched the LINX, a smart cycling helmet that uses bone conduction technology in lieu of ear buds to let riders safely listen to their music, receive calls, communicate with other bikers and more with full awareness of cars and their immediate surroundings.

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Atomik Carbon expands road line with disc brake models

After making its paved debut with three tubeless-ready carbon clincher wheels with the Aero-U profile, Atomik Carbon now have 38mm and 50mm disc models available.

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How do power meters work?

These handy devices provide real time measurement of the work you are doing on the bike, and they’re exceptionally useful training tools and a great way to pace yourself during long sustained efforts. But how do they actually work?

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SRAM Red eTap HRD drivetrain debuts at Eurobike

Among the biggest announcements at last week’s Eurobike trade show was SRAM’s unveiling of a disc brake version of its Red eTap wireless electronic drivetrain.

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Garneau DreamFactory delivers trifecta of customization

Canadian company earns recognition for its DreamFactory Trilogy Concept, which allows consumers to customize bikes, apparel, and helmet.

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Eurobike 2016: Scenes from the show

Eurobike 2016 is in the books. But before we move on to Las Vegas and Interbike at the end of September, let’s take one more look back at this cycling industry extravaganza in southern Germany.

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Eurobike 2016: More wacky, wonderful, and weird

The world’s largest cycling industry trade show just went down in Germany. RoadBikeReview roamed the halls of Eurobike, seeking out the latest and greatest in two wheeled tech. Here is some of what we saw.

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FSA’s new K-Force WE wireless groupset debuts

After five years in development, FSA has finally lifted the curtain on a full road drivetrain — and it’s wireless, sort of.

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Eurobike Awards: 2016′s Best in Show Winners

Debate is done. Votes have been tallied. And this year’s Eurobike Award Winners have been announced. The annual contest of two wheeled tech started with 472 entries, which were whittled down to 51 winners, including a dozen prestigious Gold Award recipients.

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Eurobike Day 1: Weird, wacky, and wonderful from Germany

The world’s largest cycling industry trade show kicked off Wednesday. Mtbr spent the day combing the halls of Eurobike, seeking out the latest and greatest in two wheeled tech. Here is some of what we saw.

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Bell Zephyr road helmet has full MIPS integration

Instead of the usual “bolt-on” strategy, the added MIPS safety layer has been incorporated directly into the helmet’s fit system.

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ENVE introduces Smart ENVE System 4.5 AR Disc

New carbon disc wheels are aerodynamically claimed to be optimized for use with wider tires.

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