Month: June 2021

Cycling head units are beyond what we would have imagined years ago. We’re all riding with tiny computers capable of impressive calculations, and satellite communication. The best thing about these new computer styles is the manufacturer can update software easily, dialing in the user experience and working out bugs faster than before. Another piece changing
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Hutchinson has given a subtle Gridskin construction upgrade to a couple of their top-selling tubeless road and gravel tires, promising improved environmental sustainability, in addition to both better flat protection and lower weight for gravel riders. Hutchinson says they’ve been developing the new reinforcement technology for their made-in-France tires for the past two years with
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Photo submitted by Adam Williams, “Taking the long way to school. Golden, CO.” 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 pics with a description here. *Please note that public spaces and parks may
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Depending on location, your life will be in various shades of normal due to COVID. If your situation involves no major races or events to focus on, what are ways or ideas for challenging yourself this summer? Maybe not as Dubai At long last those of us in the northern hemisphere have reached the long
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Readers’ Rig: Keith Edwards in Vancouver Island, Canada has a steel beauty of a Marinoni. Hand built in Quebec in 1999 and shod with Italy’s finest: Campagnolo, Cinelli and San Marco – A real Classic. Name: Keith EdwardsLocation: Vancouver Island, Canada.Bike: Custom built in Quebec Canada; Marinoni Leggero in Columbus E.L. with a subtly ovalized
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