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Australia’s entire population may only be roughly equivalent to Shanghai, but it has an outsized custom bike industry with astonishing levels of ingenuity and innovation. Tech editor Dave Rome recently visited the Handmade Bicycle Show Australia in Melbourne, where 3-D printing is playing a big part in setting a number of these builders apart from …
 
Indoor training is not top of the list of things most of us look forward to in the summer, but should it be? When the summer sun consistently comes out, the turbo trainers usually go into hibernation. We investigate if maintaining some level of indoor milage might improve your fitness and if World Tour pros are moving indoors for sessions regardles…
 
After a brief discussion of the Festival Elsy Jacobs and the upcoming Setmana Ciclista Valenciana Loren, Abby, and Amy continue their conversation about the lack of Women's WorldTour racing from now to the Olympic Games in Tokyo. Abby called Scott Sunderland, who works with Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race and Flanders Classics, to chat about what…
 
This week on the CyclingTips Podcast... After a brief discussion of the Tour de Romandie and the Festival Elsy Jacobs, the podcast team discuss the upcoming Giro d'Italia. Dane breaks down which stages to tune into and which stages will decide the race (a more comprehensive list of stages can be found here thanks to Matt de Neef). Then the team dis…
 
Cycling apparel may look similar between various brands, but when you dig a little deeper, there are often seemingly small variations that can make a world of difference in terms of how well they work out on the road. In other words, that tag may say “polyester” on it, but that only tells one tiny part of the story — and it’s time to learn a little…
 
This week on the CyclingTips Podcast... The Ardennes are over which means we are hurtling towards Grand Tour season. The crew discusses the final four one-day races for the men and women; La Flèche Wallonne and Liège-Bastogne-Liège. With the Giro d'Italia mere weeks away, Dane teases who will attend the first Grand Tour. Finally, ins this week's Ne…
 
In the latest of our deep-dive episodes, where we chat with the people behind new products, we sit down with Kate Powlison, road brand manager at SRAM, and Paul Cantor, road director at SRAM, to learn about SRAM's new Rival eTap AXS, the companies increasing focus on electronic shifting, and what it all means moving forward. This episode is brought…
 
The Nerds have an awful lot of tech news to talk about this week, such as SRAM’s recent decision to seemingly go all-in on electronic shifting, the ins and outs of two big high-end wheel introductions, the unmentioned pitfalls of fully internal cable routing for everyday enthusiasts, and some big changes for DT Swiss’s workhorse hubs. There’s also …
 
Loren, Amy, and Abby break down the action at the Amstel Gold Race and La Flèche Wallonne. Plus, Tayler Wiles checks in with her post-race thoughts. Finally, the three discuss the upcoming Run Up, a documentary series taking the viewers behind the scenes of the top teams in women's cycling. Abby chats with Oliver Grenaa who directed and produced th…
 
The first episode of From the Gun, a podcast from L39ion of Los Angeles and CyclingTips that will focus on stories inside American cycling. Justin Williams and Mark Alford host, joke, cry and have real conversations about our sport, the industry, the culture behind it, and much more. In this introductory episode, Justin and Mark discuss what is to …
 
In this week's episode of the CyclingTips Podcast... We discuss the final stages of the Itzulia Basque Country, Mark Cavendish's win at the Presidential Cycling Tour of Turkey, and Kasia Niewiadoma's contract extension with Canyon-SRAM. While scrolling through the internet James came across a photo of a VW Tiguan complete with a mountain bike on th…
 
As much as we’d like to “stay in our lane”, sometimes circumstances compel us to venture outside of it, like right now. The situation regarding trans rights in Arkansas may seem like a purely political topic, but it does actually affect the cycling community as a whole, so it’s worth all of us talking about it. What should be done here? What should…
 
TrainerRoad offers training plans and workouts for the individual rider and has always been focused on making us faster. They recently launched an Adaptive Training method that combines machine learning and science-based coaching to adjust training plans based on coaches feedback. The goal? "So you get the right workout, every time". This week Rona…
 
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