No matter what your level of technical knowledge of mechanics, everyone who rides a bike needs a basic set of tools at home to be able to fine tune your bicycle set-up . Below, there is a list of the 10 most essential tools for a home mechanic. Some simple advice? Buy the best quality you can afford so you don´t have to buy the same tool twice.
Now is the perfect time of year to plan what kind of rides and major events you’ll get up to this season. Summer and prime cycling season may seem like a long way off into the future, but they will be here before you know it.
Indoor cycling will never fully replace riding outdoors, but the experience of riding inside keeps getting better and better thanks to ongoing improvements to and the spread of smart trainers. Here are six reasons why you should give virtual bike training a try.
Serge Pauwels and Louis Meintjes explain their experiences using ROTOR components. Also, Nick Dougall tells you how he helped to develop the 2INPower powermeter. Serge Pauwels is a veteran of Dimension Data and one of the most highly awarded cyclists in the team. He...
When it’s time to shop for your next pair of road wheels, you’ll find that you have plenty of options. The question is, how do you make sense of them all? In this article, we discuss what key points you should consider ahead of purchasing your next set of wheels.
Taking time to adjust your mountain bike suspension will help you get the most out of it on rides. Read on to learn how to set up your suspension. Our advice applies to both front and rear shocks.
Your bottom bracket isn’t the most exciting part of your road bike, which makes it easy to ignore until something is wrong with it. However, it’s a very important part of your bike, so in this article, we tell you a little more about this essential yet relatively uncelebrated component.
It wasn’t long ago that we all rode triple front chainrings on our mountain bikes. Then the industry switched primarily to double chainring setups. That trend has continued with the shift toward single ring setups. What is different about this latest evolution is that it’s not just about mountain bikes. Many cyclocross, gravel and road riders are also ditching their second ring. Here’s what you need to consider before you make the switch.