A Sock For You Bike, Some Packable Coffee, Fresh Sunnies And A Rad Hardtail

A sock for you bike, some packable coffee, fresh sunnies and a rad hardtail

Plus the week's highlights…

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5 Tech Talking Points From The Olympic Cross-Country Races

Jolanda Neff riding the women's XC race at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games

A closer look at the XC tech from Tokyo 2020

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This Is The Bmc Fourstroke That Tom Pidcock Won Olympic Xc Gold On

Tom Pidcock riding a BMC Fourstroke at the Tokyo Olympics

Pidcock the prodigy dominates in Tokyo

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Evolution Of The Xc Bike | 6 Ways Xc Bikes Have Changed For The Better

Top 5 mountain bike trends

From gearing to suspension, today's XC bikes are very different to those of a decade ago

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Buyer’S Guide To Cross-Country Bikes | How To Buy The Best Xc Bike For You

Pack shot of the Specialized Epic Pro full-suspension mountain bike

Looking for a lightweight and fast mountain bike? Here's everything you need to know about cross-country bikes

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Every Bike That Won The 2021 Tour De France | Stage-By-Stage Breakdown

Every bike that won the 2021 Tour de France | stage-by-stage breakdown

Every stage winning bike from the 2021 Tour de France, from lightweight speed stallions to as-yet-unreleased climbing machines

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The Winners, Tech, And Prize Money Of The 2021 Tour In Numbers

.rssTitle, .rssSubTitle, .rssContent, .rssBottomLinks {display: none;} img {max-width:100% !important; height: auto !important} The winners, tech, and prize money of the 2021 Tour in numbers We look at the most successful teams, riders, bikes, nations and who lifted the most prize oney at this year's Tour de France. Read More

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Aero Vs Lightweight Bike: What Is Fastest For A Double Ascent Of Mont Ventoux? Tour De France Stage 11 Tech Analysis

Mont Ventoux summit

Obvious answer or the ultimate tech shootout? The experts weigh in…

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Pro Bike: Greg Van Avermaet’S Team Ag2r Citroën Bmc Slr01

.rssTitle, .rssSubTitle, .rssContent, .rssBottomLinks {display: none;} Pro bike: Greg van Avermaet's Team AG2R Citroën BMC SLR01 What's new for Greg in 2021, well he's back on BMC after two years on Giant with Team CCC. Moving over to Team AG2R Citroën has reunited him with a brand and a bike he's had some pretty good success on. The question is, how happy is he to be back on it and is Campy his thing? Read More

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Brent Bookwalter Will Retire At The End Of The Year

Brent Bookwalter has decided to hang up the proverbial wheels. The post Brent Bookwalter will retire at the end of the year appeared first on CyclingTips .

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Rohan Dennis Will Reportedly Join Jumbo-Visma In 2022

Rohan Dennis will reportedly be on the move this coming offseason. The post Rohan Dennis will reportedly join Jumbo-Visma in 2022 appeared first on CyclingTips .

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Litespeed Watia Gravel Bike Review: A Magical Ride, But Old-School Handling

Surprisingly good value for an experienced US builder with lots of custom options. The post Litespeed Watia gravel bike review: A magical ride, but old-school handling appeared first on CyclingTips .

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Tejay Van Garderen Is Retiring After Us Road Nationals

After more than 10 years in the WorldTour ranks, Tejay van Garderen will call it a career after US Road Nationals this weekend. The post Tejay van Garderen is retiring after US Road Nationals appeared first on CyclingTips .

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How We Chose Our Road Bike Of The Year 2021 Winner

Contenders for the BikeRadar Road Bike Of The Year 2021

It’s taken months of testing and plenty of heated debate, but now our list of 32 has been whittled down to a final four – but which will become our ultimate bike of 2021?

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Boardman Slr 9.4 Axs Crowned Road Bike Of The Year 2021

Boardman SLR

With race bike speed, endurance bike comfort and a top-value spec, the Boardman SLR 9.4 AXS has got it all

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Canyon Ventures Further Off The Beaten Path With Its New Grizl Gravel Bike

More tire clearance, capability, and mounts than the Grail — and an almost completely normal handlebar and stem, too. The post Canyon ventures further off the beaten path with its new Grizl gravel bike appeared first on CyclingTips .

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Canyon Announce New Speedmax Disc Uci Legal Tt Bike

Canyon has unveiled its new UCI legal time trial bike, but is it an indication of how limited designers are by UCI regulations? The post Canyon announce new Speedmax Disc UCI legal TT bike appeared first on CyclingTips .

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Are Bikes Really More Expensive Now? 2009 Vs. 2021 Prices And Value Compared

2021 Trek Madone SLR Project One paint job

The latest road bikes are incredible, but are they more expensive in real terms, and can prices be justified?

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Sram Launches Third-Tier Rival Axs Electronic Groupset | Wireless For The Masses?

SRAM Rival eTap AXS groupset

New third-tier wireless drivetrain is SRAM’s most affordable electronic road groupset

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Bmc Teammachine Slr1 Four Review

Joe Robinson Friday, March 26, 2021 - 12:29 The Teammachine SLR1 Four is a bike that's almost too good to be true 4.5 / 5 £6,500 The BMC Teammachine is an exceptional bike. Since its launch in 2011, there have been four iterations, all of which have been tested by a member of the Cyclist team, and all of which have been adorned with the highest praise. The first version of the bike, launched in 2011 and guided to Tour de France glory by Cadel Evans the same year, drew a line in the sand for how modern race bikes would perform going forward. It was light, stiff, it had dropped seatstays. Later versions pushed boundaries too, with the 2017 Teammachine being the first WorldTour bike to embrace disc brakes, remain aggressive and weigh in at that magical 6.8kg mark. And most recently, the Cyclis t team even declared the ...

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