Bianchi Reveals New Specialissima: A Less-Pretty, Disc-Only, All-Round Racer
Bianchi’s Specialissima has long stood as one for the traditionalists. The pre-existing version was an aspirationally high-end and competitively low-weight frame that offered elegant lines, round tube shapes, and not a spinning disc rotor to be seen. That all changes for 2021. Bianchi has just revealed its new 2021 Specialissima. It remains as the Italian … The post Bianchi reveals new Specialissima: a less-pretty, disc-only, all-round racer appeared first on CyclingTips .
British-Made Flat Pedals, Lust-Worthy Carbon Enduro Wheels, Flash Waterproof Riding Kit And A Pair Of Eye-Catching Goggles
All of the top kit to pass across BikeRadar's desks this week
2021 Merida Scultura Endurance 7000-E Review: A High-Value All-Roader
Endurance road bikes were once the go-to for weekend warriors looking to clock up the miles without pinning on a race number. The general design goals were to offer a more relaxed and upright geometry, a more comfortable ride, and a wider gearing range. And bikes which fit the bill, such as the Specialized Roubaix, … The post 2021 Merida Scultura Endurance 7000-E review: A high-value all-roader appeared first on CyclingTips .
Bikes Of The Bunch: Ritte ‘Player One’ Ace
Our latest Bikes of the Bunch comes from VeloClub member Kasper Voogt. Here Voogt shares his passion for the relatively young bike company Ritte, and takes us down the creative rabbit hole he followed to arrive at his one-off bike. Grab a beverage and enjoy the journey. About five years ago I found an interest … The post Bikes of the Bunch: Ritte ‘Player One’ Ace appeared first on CyclingTips .
Ct Tech Round-Up #9: New Gear From Giant, Pearl Izumi, Suntour, And More
A lot of new gear gets sent to us here at CyclingTips. Our Tech Round-Ups are a look at some of that gear. Sometimes we’ll feature products we’re doing long-term tests on, other times it’s stuff we’re stoked on but don’t have time to fully review. And, sometimes it’s a wild innovation someone sent us … The post CT Tech Round-Up #9: New gear from Giant, Pearl Izumi, Suntour, and more appeared first on CyclingTips .
Magicshine’S 8,000-Lumen Monteer Front Light, E.Thirteen’S Vario Dropper And Contact Points From Ergon
Plus a dropper post cable upgrade kit from Jagwire
Ct Tech Round-Up #8: New Gear From Parcours, Goodyear, Attaquer, And More
A lot of new gear gets sent to us here at CyclingTips. Our Tech Round-Ups are a look at some of that gear. Sometimes we’ll feature products we’re doing long-term tests on, other times it’s stuff we’re stoked on but don’t have time to fully review. And, sometimes it’s a wild innovation someone sent us … The post CT Tech Round-Up #8: New gear from Parcours, Goodyear, Attaquer, and more appeared first on CyclingTips .
Theragun Mini Review
The Theragun Mini goes anywhere to give you a decent post-ride recovery massage, but for back massages, go with the Elite. Read the full article at Theragun Mini review on VeloNews.com .
Favero Assioma Duo Power Meter Pedal Review: Simply Great
Power meter pedals have been around a fair while, but only in recent years have they got to a point where I’d want them on my own bike. Gone are the separate external pods which make installation tricky, or the bulky pedal bodies ready to scrape the tarmac – now there are a handful of … The post Favero Assioma Duo power meter pedal review: simply great appeared first on CyclingTips .
Close Passes Keep Happening – Here’S What We Know About Why
Supported by Any cyclist who’s spent time riding on the road will know the horror of a close pass. That terrifying rush of wind, the car mirror that seems to pass mere inches from your elbow, the driver either oblivious of their actions or, worse, entirely aware of the distance they haven’t left. For decades now researchers … The post Close passes keep happening – here’s what we know about why appeared first on CyclingTips .
Lazer G1 Genesis Mips Road Helmet Review: Classic Shape, Modern Safety
It was less than a year ago that Lazer – now under the ownership of Shimano – brought the Genesis name back to its top-tier racing helmet. First launched in 2005, the original Genesis was a helmet that helped the Belgian company gain awareness in many global markets, and it stood as the company’s top … The post Lazer G1 Genesis MIPS road helmet review: Classic shape, modern safety appeared first on CyclingTips .
Look Keo 2 Max Carbon Road Pedals Review
Marc Abbott Wednesday, July 1, 2020 - 14:27 Lightweight, user-friendly and as sportive-ready as it gets 5.0 / 5 £95 Learning to ride in clipless pedals is a cycling rite of passage, an action symptomatic of taking your riding to the next level – a level where your connection to the crank arms has become not just a necessity in order to power your bike, but a contact point you’re keen to hone in order to be a faster, more efficient rider. The Look Keo 2 Max Carbon pedals I’ve been pushing on for the last month are my most recent in a long line of pedals from the French brand, and they could be my last. For all the right reasons. Image 2 of 12 Image 2 of 12 Family tree My experience of Look pedals is fairly exhaustive, having owned two pairs of Keo Classic, two pairs of ...
What It Takes To Ride 280 Km A Day Indoors: Rupert Guinness On His Vraam
Late this past Sunday night, cycling journalist (and friend of CyclingTips) Rupert Guinness stepped off his bike in a Sydney car showroom and called an end to one incredible ride. He’d just spent the past 12 days riding on a stationary trainer as part of the Virtual Race Across America (VRAAM), the online version of … The post What it takes to ride 280 km a day indoors: Rupert Guinness on his VRAAM appeared first on CyclingTips .
Attaquer All Day Men’S Kit Review: Soft And Stylish Everyday Comfort
My “best premium bib shorts” feature ruffled a few Lycra feathers, and the weeks afterward saw a small flurry of excluded brands letting me know that their bibs deserved to be in the mix. Enter Attaquer’s All Day kit. Even though the graphic on the jersey is now a season old — Attaquer has updated … The post Attaquer All Day men’s kit review: Soft and stylish everyday comfort appeared first on CyclingTips .
Parlee Chebacco One-Year Review: Light, Fast, And Built For All Roads
Twenty years ago, the boatbuilder Bob Parlee decided to make a change. Drawing on his experience with composite materials, Parlee started up a bike company in Massachusetts and set to work building custom carbon fibre bicycle frames. By 2002, his creations were being raced in Grand Tours. In the two decades since, Parlee Cycles has … The post Parlee Chebacco one-year review: Light, fast, and built for all roads appeared first on CyclingTips .
Be Part Of History! Design The Official 2022 Uci Road World Championships Jersey
Have a chance to win the complete gravel package courtesy of Canyon! The post Be part of history! Design the official 2022 UCI Road World Championships jersey appeared first on CyclingTips .
Santa Cruz Totally Updates 5010, And It Doesn’T Have 29er Wheels
The new Santa Cruz 5010 is all about fun and is designed for those looking for a seriously playful bike
Confusion Reigns, Inside And Out, Over Mitchelton-Scott’S New Sponsor
Fans, the media, and even those within Mitchelton-Scott are scratching their heads about the team’s new title sponsor, the Manuela Fundación. At a quick glance, the partnership comes across as an act of desperation; a deal with an essentially unknown entity, designed to keep the team afloat in the choppy waters of financial uncertainty. Multiple … The post Confusion reigns, inside and out, over Mitchelton-Scott’s new sponsor appeared first on CyclingTips .
Santini Mito Spillo Short-Sleeved Jersey Review
Marc Abbott Saturday, June 13, 2020 - 08:12 Breathable aero jersey that looks as good as it performs 4.5 / 5 £110 If there’s one thing we can agree on, it’s probably that there are very, very few positives to take from being a country in lockdown (as we were for the month of April while I rode in this Santini Mito Spillo jersey). However, one bonus I’ve taken from it is the ability – nay, almost the compulsion, to ride every day. And this means I’ve finally shed my winter weight, emerging into the sunny lanes of springtime a svelte butterfly, no longer the corpulent caterpillar. Crucially, this means aero jerseys fit again! With the added bonus of raw-cut sleeves that create a bicep tanline sharper than Frankie Boyle’s Twitter account. Image 4 of 7 Image 4 of 7 Fit for purpose As one might expect of an aero ...