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Cycling Thu Aug 16 2018 04:03:11 GMT+0000 (UTC)
WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- On Sunday September 30, in the Austrian town of Kufstein, Richie Porte (BMC) will roll up to the startline of the World Championship road race. Decked out in green and gold, hell be leading a strong squad of Australian climbers; a squad assembled to
Few people can claim to be as inextricably linked with the birth of mountain biking as Gary Fisher. His company MountainBikes produced what were arguably the very first production mountain bikes, before he went on to found Gary Fisher Bikes, which he
Today's post will be brief as I'm preparing for a short trip out of town.  I'm not telling where I'm going, but let's just say it's a city in Oregon that's the subject of a comedy show starring Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein:So why am I
Italian Giorgia Bronzini has decided to call an end to her storied 16-year-long cycling career and will take up a position as directeur sportif with the new Trek women's team in 2019. She will work side by side with former German rival Ina Teutenberg
French-Canadian brand Louis Garneau might not immediately spring to mind when you think about top-tier road shoes. However, theyre no newcomer to the space, having catered to the market since the late ’80s. The Course Air Lite II is Garneau
Does an okay job but not as clean as cheaper alternatives, and the drip applicator is badly designed 5/10
Seattles Swift Industries built a brand in a fast few years by creating high-quality, beautifully-designed products for a particular community: bike commuters and bike tourers. The post The Swift Campout: A Multiday Bikepacking Adventure in Idaho app
Further to yesterday's post, in a fit of extreme dorkitude I delved deeply into the geometry numbers of the Milwaukee and the Renovo to see if they indeed quantified my impressions of how each performed in a race.  Here's the Milwaukee produ
With the 2018 UCI Road World Championships still more than a month away, Australia have announced their line-ups for Innsbruck. Richie Porte and Amanda Spratt headline the men's and women's road race events, while Rohan Dennis has been confirmed to c
Of the many events I’ve signed up for in my life, the array isn’t all that vast. They are mostly one-day rides. That’s all the typical event promoter wants to do, for any number of reasons. I’d never really tho
Supported by Welcome to your Daily News Digest. Here’s what’s happening today: The Vuelta can save a season, Bronzini the director, a new Giant and another Terbutaline case. Story of the day: Redemption at the Vuelta Richie Po
Fatal crash tool place this morning outside Holborn Underground station, where Alan Neve was killed in 2013
Glancing at the photo above, you might think that I am turning right (seen from the rider’s view). Actually, I am beginning a left turn. What you see is countersteering literally the only way we can lean a bike … Continue reading
I was just going to note that I’m seeing more electric cargo bikes around town. And, one with two kids on it at the Sub The post Wired: An Affordable Electric Cargo Bike appeared first on Bike Hugger.I was just going to note that I&#821
Modern road and air transport owes a great deal to the bicycle and to those who experimented on perfecting it. Some thirty years before the first automobile was built, innovations appeared on bicycles, many of which are built into the design of power
As a semi-professional blogger it is my duty to review exotic and/or category-defining bicycles.  Exquisite wooden Fred sleds:Go-anywhere adventure machines:And of course cutting-edge, disruptive re-imaginings of the road bike itself:Neverth
The Tour of Utah plans to use their careful spending, wise timing, and balanced competition to continue to give smaller teams valuable race Read the full article at Tour of Utah traces success to careful spending, wise timing, and balanced competitio
Simon Geschke has signed for the newly formed CCC team for 2018. The 33-year-old German has spent his entire career at Team Sunweb and its previous title sponsors, but has now decided to take up the new challenge of riding alongside Greg Van Avermaet
Le ProfesseurThe great Laurent Fignon would have been 58 years today, one of my cycling heroes.
Supported by We open this week’s episode with a small rant, and a bit of cursing. James Huang doesn’t like it when cyclists treat each other as the enemy. We’re all friends here, right? Then, a discussion of some of
I am lucky to talk to people about new bikes all the time, people of every stripe. There are a fair few who are genuinely trying to go fast, either to beat up on their friends on a weekly throw-down ride, or to achieve some real race or distance goal
From CGN today, the worst doping excuses…they vary from their Aunties sweets to absorbing a conjoined twin. These were all real excuses used by the The post The Worst Doping Excuses appeared first on Bike Hugger.From CGN today, the worst do
Read the full article at Utah stage 5 gallery: Kuss climbs away up Cottonwood Canyon on VeloNews.com. Read the full article at Utah stage 5 gallery: Kuss climbs away up Cottonwood Canyon on VeloNews.com.
As promised, here is my comprehensive mainstream publication review of the cutting-edge new Drysdale Special gravel/adventure/all-road bike!Here's the TLDR:Buy It If: You like to reach down to shiftForget It If: You think "lug" is WASP for "schlep"Ge
The Jelly Belly Candy Company announced today that it would not renew its sponsorship next year for the US Continental team it has sponsored for the past 19 years, ending one of the longest-running partnerships in professional cycling. The decision c
Trail Blazers:Sean Yates (Peugeot-Shell) leading George Mount (Sammontana-Benotto).A great image from the World Championship Road Race, 1982 Goodwood, UK of two English speaking riders that blazed a trail in Europe for others to follow; Sean Yates an
The Bicycle QuarterlyUn-Meeting is just a month away! The Un-Meeting is our annual get-together with those who share our joy of riding off the beaten path. It’s not an organized event we just publish a date and time, and … Continu
Its been a while since Ive penned a genuine rant, but dammit, Im fired up right now. Its because of e-bikes. Not because I think the people who ride them are “cheating”, or because “it isnt real bike riding”, o
Selene has a dilemma: Some people don’t much like cyclists. What to do? You’re riding on a bike path where pedestrians and cyclists need to coexist, hopefully peacefully, but you need to pass. Do you ring a bell? Do you call, &amp
Our regular feature highlighting close passes caught on camera from around the country today its Fife
Last week I was interviewed by Diane Jenks for an Outspoken Cyclist Podcast. The interview was unscripted, although Diane had sent me the questions we were to feature so I was able to prepare somewhat. However, listening to the podcast again I realiz
An, “Inspiring, moving, heartfelt, and often breathtaking, story about riding 4350 miles of the Silk Road should be on your summer reading list. It’s on The post Summer Reading: Lands of Lost Borders appeared first on Bike Hugger.
Way back in Ye Olde Days, houses had no indoor plumbing, and so water for drinking, washing, and whatnot would need to be carried to the house, by hand, in buckets. Because of this, my pioneering ancestors situated the house close to a wetland sort o
Hello!It's been a wild 24 hours of hot and wild cycling action here at BSNYC/WCRM/TT headquarters--hot because it's been like 90 degrees every day, and wild because yesterday I did this:And today I did this:The first top tube pictured is of course th
Stage 4 at the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah brought the peloton on a circuit around Salt Lake City. Read the full article at Utah gallery: Riding around Salt Lake City on VeloNews.com. Read the full article at Utah gallery: Riding around Salt Lake
Here it isthe HTRWW for the whole 2018 TdF, from Stage 1 to Stage 21. It’s obviously a million-mile view, so be sure to check out the episodes focused on Stage 9, Stage 12, Stage 17 and Stage 19 as well. Thanks again to Eurosport Cycling fo
This article first appeared on BikeRadar. Are you still reeling with excitement at the launch of the new S-Works Vengeaero road bike but crushed by the cold, hard reality that you simply can't afford it? Well rejoice, because the Pro version is here
With Bicycle Quarterly celebrating its 15th year, it’s been fun to look back over the decade-and-a-half of publishing the magazine. A lot has changed, most of all the size: The first issue was a slim 20 pages, the latest one … Con
All photos: Cycles Marinoni FacebookIt's been an especially hot summer and the bulk of my rides are early morning to beat the humidity. I'm enjoying my 1987 Marinoni discovering the back roads of Ontario. My Marinoni is thirty-one years old and my lo
July has been warmer and drier than usual for the Netherlands, starting off warm and slowly heating up until the last couple of days in which we've seen 37 C locally and slightly higher temperatures further south. Cycling of course continues through
Supported by Australia will go into the most climber-friendly Road World Championships in more than 20 years with teams built around Richie Porte and Amanda Spratt. Both have had a strong season, and both give Australia a genuine shot at winning
We are puny. Nothing on earth so thoroughly drives home that message to me than being in big mountains, such as the Alps, Pyrenees … or the Rockies. Looking out on the expanse below helps to demonstrate the immensity of the world around me,
Robert Nicholson gives eyewitness account of moment driver ploughed through group of cyclists yesterday morning
I never know on any given day what will show up in my email inbox, like this one from Gaelan Mundorff, who works for Eden Bicycles in Castro Valley, California. He said: “I came across this bike today, it’s beautiful. Complete Cam
This week the theatre/social enterprise I work for was part of a big summer festival in our part of the city, which meant Saturday was full of loud music, crowds, lights, more loud music, and more crowds. Pretty much the standard town festival formul
This week, Everysight started shipping their Raptor AR Smartglasses. The Raptors are intended to enhance performance by using augmented reality with the real-time data:heart rate, The post Raptor AR Smartglasses Now Shipping appeared first on Bike Hu
Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean climbing a Sunflower Stalk
Despite our mutual appreciation for bicycles, David Byrne and I don't have very much in common.  For example, he's had a long and successful music career, whereas my own was short-lived, comprised entirely of my disastrous audition to become