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The importance of a good paceline can not be overemphasized. It is a necessary skill for maintaining and increasing speeds in group situations such as chasing down or creating breaks in races, or getting through windy stretches as quickly as possible. By taking turns riding in the wind with the others positioned behind, riders can […]
Irvine, CA – Felt’s flagship model, the F1, is meticulously engineered and crafted with one clear purpose: to win. The all-new F1 uses Felt’s cutting-edge carbon fiber manufacturing techniques—Modular Monocoque Construction and InsideOut internally optimized molding—to shave 100 grams off the 2010 F1 while increasing overall stiffness by 35 percent. With race-ready Dura-Ace Di2 electronic […]
I love my Park tool, but have always hated the cleaner solution (makes a huge mess everywhere) so I replaced that with un-diluted Simple Green – see the results below. And the residual mess hosed off the driveway and the bike without any problem. Oh and did I mention that Simple Green is only 10 […]
Los Angeles, CA – In the Oct 5 segment of KABC Channel 7 News series, “What’s Bugging You?”, they reported on how bicyclists ignore traffic laws, infuriating motorists. The fact that they titled the segment “Road Wars” was a bit disturbing, as it made it sound as though the two factions cannot get along on […]
The new Gore Ride-On Professional Cables are smooth as butter. Here’s a short video showing just how easy it is to change your cables over to this new product. NOTE: The cable system has been updated for 2010, so make sure you purchase the latest version. Courtesy of VeloNews Video
Source: BicycleSafe.com Here’s a nice article about how not to get hit by cars. What seems obvious is sometimes overlooked by the overzealous cyclist. So take a minute and read this article, then ask yourself, “Did I do that the last time I was out?” Read the full article here.