Ribble Endurance SL R Series Disc SRAM Red eTAP AXS

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Great ride, great spec, great price 8/10

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These are the best bikes from Cervélo’s 2020 range

Cervélo Áspero

Our picks from Cervélo's 2020 model line-up

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These are the most interesting bikes from the 2020 Focus range

blue focus max disc 9.7 road bike

More e-bikes and a much more ‘focused’ bike range from the innovative German brand

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Tech trends of 2020: Rome’s Rants and Raves

The past few months have seemed busier than usual as far as new product goes. Sure, the Tour de France is always busy, but the burst-dam of newly released bikes across road, gravel and cross-country has been hard for anyone to keep up with. In a bigger-picture sense, it’s clear that the industry takes steps … The post Tech trends of 2020: Rome’s Rants and Raves appeared first on CyclingTips .

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Wilier’s slick Zero SLR, an exotic derailleur upgrade from CeramicSpeed and fresh carbon wheels from Vision

First Look Friday 2nd august

Featuring products from Wilier, CeramicSpeed, Vision, 100% and Peaty's

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Check out this stunning Specialized S-Works Roubaix on sale for charity

Joe Robinson 1 Aug 2019 Romance and Dutch artist Parra are auctioning off this one-off S-Works Roubaix for the World Bicycle Relief Independent London cycling apparel brand Romance has joined forces with Dutch visual artist Parra to create a stunning limited-edition Specialized S-Words Roubaix all in aid of charity. The uniquely painted bike will be sold at auction, with all proceeds going to the World Bicycle Relief, an inspiring charity that uses the bicycle as a means of helping rural communities gain access to education, healthcare and employment. Romance and Parra have combined previously in aid of World Bicycle Relief to produce jerseys and caps, however this collaboration will take things a step further and hopefully make a bit more money, too. Based out of Amsterdam, Parra's art has been described as 'post-Pop' whose 'uniquely simple style of dominant colours' has made him a 'household name in both sneaker stores ...

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Dylan Teuns will miss Classica San Sebastian after cutting his head on a tractor in a gardening accident

Dylan Teuns will miss Classica San Sebastian after cutting his head on a tractor in a gardening acci

Joe Robinson 1 Aug 2019 This accident for the Belgian Classics star will go down in the weird injury category Bahrain Merida 's Dylan Teuns will miss this weekend's Classica San Sebastian following a freak gardening accident that has left him requiring 15 stitches in his forehead. The recent Tour de France stage winner was doing a spot of gardening at his home in Halen, Belgium until a 'minor accident' involving his own tractor saw him needing hospital attention. Talking about the accident to Belgian newspaper Het Nieuwsblad , Teuns said 'I was working on earthworks at home with my tractor with a machine behind it,' 'The machine suddenly stopped working due to a technical defect. That also brought the tractor to a halt. Because of that sudden stop, I hit my head on the wheel. Next week's training in preparation for the Vuelta is not normally compromised.' See related ...

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2020 Trek Domane goes all-in on all-road versatility: First-ride review

The new third-generation Trek Domane is quite a far cry from the endurance road bike it was when it first debuted in 2012. Whereas once the Domane was more of a toned-down road bike with ultra-stable handling, a very relaxed rider position, and semi-wide tires, this new one is a thoroughly refined all-road machine with … The post 2020 Trek Domane goes all-in on all-road versatility: First-ride review appeared first on CyclingTips .

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Photo gallery: Team bikes of the 2019 Tour de France, part two

In part one of this series, we showed you the road bikes of the Ineos, Deceuninck-Quicktep, CCC, Jumbo-Visma, and Trek-Segafredo teams, which obviously left an awful lot of lovely two-wheeled machinery still to cover. We’re now deep into the Tour de France, and in this round of tech coverage, we bring you the team bikes … The post Photo gallery: Team bikes of the 2019 Tour de France, part two appeared first on CyclingTips .

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Tour de France pro bike: Ilnur Zakarin’s Canyon Speedmax CF SLX with SRAM 1x groupset

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1x SRAM Red eTap AXS groupset and some custom modifications to Zakarin’s TT bike

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New bike alert: Colnago launches new V3Rs race bike

Sam Challis 18 Jul 2019 The V3Rs is the third iteration of Colnago’s monocoque race bike design Colnago will always be best known for its tube-and-lug C-series bikes but that doesn’t mean the brand has tied itself to one construction method. Spending time with the brand and its founder, Ernesto Colnago, it becomes clear that as much as Colnago celebrates its heritage it also embraces innovation. This was why the brand decided to tap into its long-standing relationship with Ferrari several years ago to explore monocoque frame design. Released in 2014, the V1-r was the result. Colnago says it improved upon that bike a couple of years later with the V2-r and has now released the final stage of the V-series project, the V3Rs. Available in both rim and disc versions, the new design brings with it the standard set of claims: it is apparently 70g lighter, 12% stiffer at ...

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New bike alert: Colnago launches the V3Rs race bike

Sam Challis 18 Jul 2019 The V3Rs is the third iteration of Colnago’s monocoque race bike design Colnago will always be best known for its tube-and-lug C-series bikes but that doesn’t mean the brand has tied itself to one construction method. Spending time with the brand and its founder, Ernesto Colnago, it becomes clear that as much as Colnago celebrates its heritage it also embraces innovation. This was why the brand decided to tap into its long-standing relationship with Ferrari several years ago to explore monocoque frame design. Released in 2014, the V1-r was the result. Colnago says it improved upon that bike a couple of years later with the V2-r and has now released the final stage of the V-series project, the V3Rs. Available in both rim and disc versions, the new design brings with it the standard set of claims: it is apparently 70g lighter, 12% stiffer at ...

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Colnago goes fully mainstream, dropping seatstays and grams with new V3Rs

The V3RS is an all-new lightweight racer

V2-R replacement is available with both rim brakes and discs

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Cannondale CAAD13: Alloy, aero, and more comfortable

Cannondale CAAD13

We speculated a few months ago that Cannondale was planning to release the next iteration of its long-standing CAAD aluminium performance range. Today, the CAAD13 is official. According to Cannondale, the new CAAD13 is a worthy tribute to the periodic table’s 13th element (aluminium), and compared to the CAAD12, that material is worked to provide … The post Cannondale CAAD13: Alloy, aero, and more comfortable appeared first on CyclingTips .

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Photo gallery: Team bikes of the 2019 Tour de France, part one

The Tour de France is obviously a competition between the racers themselves, but for road bike gearheads, it’s also the premier showcase for the best the road world has to offer. The most advanced carbon fiber framesets, the fastest aero wheels, and every special touch and custom trick that the world’s finest mechanics have up … The post Photo gallery: Team bikes of the 2019 Tour de France, part one appeared first on CyclingTips .

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Spotted: SRAM prototype Red eTap AXS chainsets with regular size chainrings

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New bigger than standard SRAM Red eTap AXS chainset spotted on Richie Porte's Trek Emonda Tour de France race bike

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Canyon unveils its lightest disc road model, the Ultimate CF Evo Disc

German-based Canyon Bicycles has unveiled its lightest disc-brake road model to date, the Ultimate CF Evo Disc. It’s a bike made for the mountains — feather-light for climbing, and equipped with disc brakes for fast or harrowing descents. The Ultimate CF Evo Disc weighs 5.95kg (13.11 pounds) without pedals. The light weight was made possible … The post Canyon unveils its lightest disc road model, the Ultimate CF Evo Disc appeared first on CyclingTips .

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This sub-6kg disc Canyon is a weight weenie special and a usable bicycle

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Ultimate CF EVO Disc is, surprisingly, not Canyon's most expensive bike

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BMC’s slick, new, integrated URS gravel bike

Grey and blue gravel road bike

All-new UNRESTRICTED brings BMC off-road performance and innovation to gravel

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BMC Unrestricted URS 2020 first-ride review: Gravel bike or MTB?

BMC URS TWO Unrestricted 2020 gravel bike

It wasn’t long ago that we thought of gravel as a fringe discipline of road cycling, a discipline where niche brands like Salsa Cycles had a near monopoly. Now you’ll be hard pressed to find a single global bike brand that doesn’t have a bike dedicated to gravel. BMC only recently dipped its toes into … The post BMC Unrestricted URS 2020 first-ride review: Gravel bike or MTB? appeared first on CyclingTips .

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