racing, rider & product news
As Bosch eBike Systems continues its growth in North America, the company announces their plan to sponsor the first annual Sea Otter Classic electric mountain bike (eMTB) Race.
In a move to increase appeal to promoters and remove barriers to riders, the North American Cycle Sport governing body will now accept licenses from other sanctioning bodies.
While mini-v’s are not new tech, the Box Components Eclipse mini-v, are the debut mini-linear pull brake offering from a brand that is also relatively new.
Cyclocross season is getting smaller in the rearview mirror every day. And riders and racers are looking forward to other rides and races, like Utah’s Crusher in the Tushar.
The Amy D. Foundation gets support from former teammate’s fan club, Femke Van den Driessche is back to racing and Eli Iserbyt takes up trials riding in this edition of Rumors & Rumblings.
Adam Myerson looks at courage, suffering and how that makes us who we are as bike racers in this edition of Training Tuesday.
We’re winding down our 2016 NAHBS coverage, but have saved some of what we think is the best for last, like a look at Mosaic Bespoke Bicycles.
Boyd Cycling first offered frames, wheels and more, but decided a focused approach on wheels was going to be better in the long run. Thus far, they’ve been proven correct.
USA Cycling suffered an electronic data security breach last week impacting all of their licensed riders.
RacerMate recalls CompuTrainer blue flywheels due to risk of injury and offers replacement units to impacted consumers.
Helen Wyman and NEXT Wheels have announced the “NEXT Wyman” project, an initiative designed to try to fill the void between the sport’s leading riders and those trying to reach those heights.
Campagnolo also showed off prototype road disc brakes recently. The hydraulic brakes do not bear any groupset branding, and instead feature the “Campy Tech Lab” designation.
The Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship is combining the Lost and Found gravel grinder, the Downieville Classic cross country race and the Grinduro into the Lost Sierra Triple Crown race series.
Jeremy Powers, four-time U.S National Champion, 2015 Pan-American Champion and owner of Aspire Racing announced today the expansion of his program with the addition of Ellen Noble for the upcoming 2016-17 cyclocross season.
We were excited to see Gevenalle’s offerings at NAHBS as the brand’s DIY ethos and premium on reliability speak to many of us here and we thought it worth another look at what we saw in Sacramento.
Storied Italian component maker released a new groupo yesterday, a wider rimmed Shamal and showed off what may ultimately become their road disc brake offering.
SRAM has issued a recall of certain Zipp-branded 88 front hubs and quick release levers found on Zipp-branded wheels that pose a failure risk that could result in a crash and injury.
This video covering the 2015 Singlespeed Cyclocross World Championships captures the event well and is sure to get the derailleur-less crowd pumped.
We’ve been out and about on Alchemy Bicycle Company’s steel cyclocross/gravel offering, the Konis. Check out our first impressions of the ride.
Murphy Mack and SuperPro racing may no longer be promoting the Masters World Championships in San Jose, but the 2011 SSCXWC promoter still has a …
Femke Van den Driessche has abandoned her defense in the case brought by the UCI involving the mechanical doping charge against her, and is leaving the sport of cyclocross effective immediately.
Darrel Williams, the man behind Thrive Cycles of Savanah, Missouri, is self-taught and has only been building for a year and half, but is already making waves with his simple, understated aesthetic.
Spring showers are or will be upon most of us soon. If you’re out riding in wet, cool weather regulating your body temperature is a must, and that means having the right clothes.
Hunter Cycles had this 650b gravel bike at NAHBS and to say it drew a lot of attention is an understatement.
For this week’s Throwback Thursday we thought we’d share the the 1995 Cyclocross World Championships. The title was taken by Switzerland’s Dieter Runkel, the first to win Worlds on clipless pedals.