Race rules, the anatomy of a cyclocross bike and more
USB and solar charging options for 2010
More cool cruiser than cargo bike
American Christian Vande Velde is a class act
Tossing a bike in anger
As a frame builder at Bontrager in Santa Cruz, California and Match Cycles in Seattle, Pacenti learned from some of the best engineering and innovative minds: Keith Bontrager and Tim Isaac.
The GT i-Drive Carbon Pro reflects the company's push against the likes of long-time competitors Specialized, Trek, and Cannondale
The 2008 Amgen Tour of California professional cycling road race will take place February 17-24, 2008, covering more than 700 miles (increased from 650 miles in 2007) over the eight days.
Bicycling will always be a healthy activity, and something worth fighting for.
Look returns to the dirt with new pedals and frame
Josh Tostado won his third consecutive Breckenridge 100 Sunday, July 22, soundly beating 2000 Olympic teammates Travis Brown (Trek/FRS) and David "Tinker" Juarez (Cannondale) and setting a course record.
We spent time on Swobo's Otis, a 3-speed urban machine designed for simplicity and fun.
Mountain bikes were rolling along nicely on 26-inch wheels, then 29. Now Kirk Pacenti wants to introduce the 27.5-inch standard, which some say makes good sense.
Shimano introduced its Coasting platform, based on a simple notion that too many Americans were forgoing the joys of bicycling for pleasure, and with gas prices rising and millions of baby boomers for the taking, the time was ripe to introduce simple cycling to the masses.
Swiss MTB star Thomas Frischknecht, one of dirt's greatest ambassadors.
Former Olympic teammates & two-time defending champion in 3rd annual Breckenridge 100 MTB race.
Bontrager rules the road with Discovery and Trek, but please remember Keith's roots.
The USA MTB Nationals are upon us, but who will take home the stars-and-stripes?
Is steel for real (and light and stiff)?
A burly American-made freeride and DH hub from the King.
How does the US bicycle trade plan to get more people on bikes more often?
Sun Valley, Idaho was the ideal springboard to see, touch and ride the 2008 Gary Fisher bikes.
A wide-ranging conversation with the man who built a successful bicycle company by holding fast to the traditional methods and materials other have cast aside.
The ultimate Swiss Army knife of road/offroad bikes?
It's finally happened - someone managed to engineer a carbon fibre gizmo small enough for your back pocket, but versatile enough to keep your ride a happy rolling one.
Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong will race the Leadville 100 MTB race.
Mountain bike shoes always used to be clunky-looking, heavy, and hard to fit whereas road shoes have traditionally been studies in minimalism.
Former pro mountain biker Travis Brown has been instrumental in the development of Trek's 69er platform
After years of stellar Lance-inspired road bike sales, Trek is turning its attention to shifting more mountain bikes
Maverick has developed a full-suspension platform based on complete bikes, not just the front or rear components.
John Tomac is a retired professional cyclist who competed in multiple disciplines in mountain biking and road racing during a successful 20-year career.
In yet another ramping up for Le tour, the top ProTour teams raced against the clock in a team time trial. Team CSC won its second consecutive race of truth in Eindhoven Sunday.
Life is simple for the happy family in Colorado
First Colnago, then Levi; what's next?
Fundraiser for Komen for the Cure
Complementary gear for Ticino bike line
Computer Sciences Corp. (CSC), the world's fifth-largest provider of computer services, accepted Team CSC owner Bjarne Riis's apology after his May 25 confession that he used banned drugs to win the 1996 Tour de France, and will continue its title sponsorship.
American looking to race in Europe in 2010
NorCal cyclist Mark Pendleton killed November 24, 2008
NorCal designer/builder returns to his roots
New York City clothiers add more cycling-friendly lowers
Premium Rush is working title; Sony backing the pic