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The bike industry may have shifted entirely to disc brakes, but there are millions of happy rim-brake users out there with bikes that still have years — or even decades — of life left in them. Mainstream brands have already stopped spending money on anything related to rim brakes, and while that’s a bummer in one sense, it’s also created an opportu…
 
Which stages will define this Tour? The CyclingTips team is on the ground in Copenhagen for the grand depart and has had a close look at the roadbook, picking out the biggest and best stages of the upcoming Tour. We break down where the moves might happen, which mountain stages will really matter, and discuss whether Cavendish should be on the star…
 
This week’s episode comes to you live from Steamboat Springs, Colorado, where we’ve assembled four testers and a video team to evaluate ten different bikes. We’ve split them into six gravel and four road models this time around, with a focus on lower-priced options. The full reveal will come a bit later once we’re all done with testing, but let’s j…
 
If you’ve got a decent chunk of change and are looking for a higher-end carbon drop-bar bike, there’s certainly no shortage of good options -- and probably too many of them, in fact. So why on earth would someone think it’s a good idea to start yet another one given this hyper-competitive environment? Well, that’s just what the folks at Bridge Bike…
 
June is turning out to be an exceptionally hot month in terms of new bike releases, and Ronan joins James and Dave as a special guest to help us talk through them all. Although we don't have official information just yet, we know a new Trek Madone, Giant Propel, Canyon Ultimate, and Scott Foil are all likely to be announced within the next few week…
 
We have a special episode this week. Caley sits down with longtime friend of the podcast (and Tour de France podcast host) Rupert Guinness, who is less than a week from starting the Race Across America. He'll race 4,900 km in 12 days, riding 18-20 hours per day. What will power him through? A warning to listeners: This episode discusses mental heal…
 
Modern bikes are marvellous creations that continually push engineering boundaries with a continued focus on lighter, faster, and sleeker. However, that raises a big question, is the bicycle industry flying a little close to the sun when it comes to safety? It’s exactly this concern that this week’s Nerd Alert deep dive episode covers. Join James a…
 
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