Quick-Step Floors Cycling Team’s multinational roster of stars including Luxembourg’s Bob Jungels, Czech Republic’s Zdenek Stybar, France’s Julian Alaphilippe, Colombia’s Fernando Gaviria and former World Champion, Belgium’s Phillipe Gilbert will all be gunning for victory this season with PRO’s VIBE handlebar and stem adorning their Specialized Venge, Tarmac and Roubaix frames.
As part of the next generation in bicycle parking, Chris Luyet of The Park and Facilities Catalog, announced the introduction of the new MK1 Bike Dock, a high-security, bicycle-friendly commercial bike rack.
Cycling's top photographer, Tim de Waele joins Getty Images as company commits to premier cycling coverage with new dedicated Velo Collection
Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) has approved a big squad of 14 cyclists for the track cycling competition, which will take place at the newly built Anna Meares Velodrome in Queensland.
SCOSCHE® Industries Unveils New RHYTHM 24™ Waterproof Armband Heart Rate Monitor with Updated Look, New Features and Advanced Fitness Functionality
SCOSCHE Industries (pronounced skōsh/skohsh), innovators of award-winning consumer technology, powersports and car audio products and accessories, is proud to unveil RHYTHM 24™, the next generation of SCOSCHE’s hyper-accurate waterproof armband heart rate monitor, at CES 2018.
The non-motorised version of Mat Rempits are Mat Lajaks - bicyclists who illegally and irresponsibly perform dangerous stunts on the road.
Episode 3, State gets down and dirty in the desert.
The UCI Gran Fondo World Series continues to grow, with three new events in 2017-2018 and one event returning to the calendar.
absoluteBLACK Sub Compact 48/32 & 46/30 oval chainrings and importance of using smaller gears on the Road bike
The majority of middle-aged riders will typically use 52/36 or 53/38 road chainrings; not because it’s ideal ratio for them, but because there is peer pressure for riders
An inspiring, heartfelt, and remarkable story of a young man from Africa determined to beat huge odds to become a pro continental cyclist, has come to a happy ending when Israel Cycling Academy signed Awet Gebremedhin, a refugee from Eritrea, for the next two seasons.