Spotted: FSA Drivetrain

Long Rumored Drivetrain From FSA Finally Arrives After being rumored for years now, FSA’s long awaited drivetrain has finally shown up at the Tour de France on the bike of World Champion Michal Kwiatkowski.  Little is known right now but media was allowed to take a good look at Kwiatkowski’s bike. Here is a gallery of images of the FSA

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Spotted: Stages Cycling Prototype

Dual Sided Prototype from Stages Cycling Spotted on Bikes at Tour A prototype of a dual sided power meter from Stages Cycling has been spotted on some of the bikes of Team Sky at the Tour de France.  Stages Cycling, who have been providing power meters for Team Sky for the last 2 seasons, is joining the likes of Garmin

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2016 Cannondale SuperSix Evo

The All New, Completely Redesigned Cannondale SuperSix Evo Last week, Cannondale unveiled their all new, completely redesigned SuperSix Evo.  How do you go about redesigning a bike that was described as the best bike in the world?  Well, according to Cannondale, you make it better in every way.  The 2016 Cannondale SuperSix Evo is reportedly lighter, stiffer, smoother, and more

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Spotted: Cannondale Slate

Unique Take on the Adventure/Gravel Bike from American Manufacturer Over recent weeks, Cannondale has been teasing their unique take on the adventure/gravel genre of road bikes through a series of YouTube videos featuring former US cyclocross champion Tim Johnson.  Dubbed the “Slate,” the new bike from Cannondale offers a number of features unique to the adventure/gravel bike, and road bikes

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2016 Specialized Venge ViAS

Aero Bike Launched With Bold Claims Recently spotted at the Tour de Suisse under Mark Cavendish and Peter Sagan, the 2016 Specialized Venge ViAS has been officially launched along with some bold claims from its manufacturer. Specialized claims that the 2016 Specialized Venge ViAS, along with a full ecosystem of Specialized components and clothing, will save you 5 minutes over

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Spotted: 2016 Specialized Venge

Specialized’s Race Winning Aero Platform Gets a Makeover Specialized has become the third company in recent weeks to show off a new aero bike in the run up to the Tour de France.  Trek Factory Team riders were spotted on a new Trek Madone at the Criterium de Dauphine while a new Scott Foil was spotted in the Orica-GreenEdge pits

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Spotted: 2016 Scott Foil

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Scott’s Aero Bike Gets a Small Makeover for 2016 Trek isn’t the only company showing off what is in store for 2016 this week.  Ahead of stage 1 of the Tour de Suisse, a new Scott Foil was spotted in the Orica-GreenEdge pits being ridden by Swiss rider Michael Albasini.  The 2016 Scott Foil sports some minor changes and a

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Spotted: 2016 Trek Madone

Aero Make Over for Trek’s Do-It-All Race Bike This week at the Criterium de Dauphine, riders for Trek Factory Racing have been spotted aboard a new frame from Trek expected to be the 2016 Trek Madone.  Trek’s website has also been hinting at a major announcement concerning new bikes with a countdown for June 30th and a little peep show

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Sram Launches 1x For Road

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Sram’s 1x Revolution Reaches the Road Last week, Sram announced the launch of Force 1 and Rival 1.  The launch of these two new group set marks the arrival of Sram’s 1x revolution to the road.  Originally developed for mountain biking, 1x drivetrains use a single chainring and pair it with a wide range cassette.  The result is a simple,

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Ed Veal Breaks Canadian Hour Record Mark

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Ed Veal Breaks Canadian Hour Record, Falls Short of Age Group Record This past Friday (April 10), Ed Veal took to the boards at Mattamy Velodrome to take on the Canadian and Masters 35-39 Hour Records.  His goal was to surpass Australian Jayson Austin’s 2011 record of 48.31km in order to break the Masters 35-39 record and set a new

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