All photos: Graham Watson For much of the last cyclocross season, twenty-one year old Wout van Aert has been the man to beat, winning many of the key races, including…
Our round-up of the biggest tech stories of the week, including the latest whisperings about Shimano's next major release, and Rotor's hydraulic groupset.
The Zwift turbo trainer game has taken cycling by storm, but if you're not up to speed here's our complete guide to get you set up and riding round Watopia.
Dutch team Roompot-Oranje Peloton will become the first team to completely abandon rim brakes in favour of disc brakes, citing performance and practicality.
Riding a bike for hours on end can put lots of stress on your neck and back, so the last thing you want to do is continue putting your body…
All photos: Graham Watson With the Cyclocross World Championships on Sunday, Sven Nys’s brilliant career in the mud is drawing to a close, although that doesn’t mean that he will…
We sit down with Shimano bosses to discuss what next for the Japanese giant, with electronic 105 and a women-specific groupset both possibly on the horizon.
Fewer and fewer cyclo-cross bikes can be bought with cantilever brakes. Will discs take over completely as the brake of choice for stopping in the mud?
Hailed as “the world’s smartest power meter“, the crowdfunded Limits Power Meter has fallen even further behind schedule, with backers now not expected to receive the product until late February…
A Swedish mechanic shows just how dangerous fake carbon bike parts can be as he snaps a pair of counterfeit handlebars using only his bare hands.
Shimano has confirmed that it has tested a wireless shifting system, but has not brought it close to release with no demand from either teams or consumers.
Lightweight has launched its own clothing range with new riding kit for both men and women, but it's as expensive as you'd expect from the exclusive brand.
GoPro has teamed up with Periscope to offer easy live streaming of footage from GoPro Hero 4 cameras using the free Periscope app on iPhones.
If Shimano’s product cycles are following their usual pattern, then we should be due a new Dura-Ace groupset at some point this year. As usual Shimano is keeping very tight-lipped…
The Noor America jacket claims to be the "world's brightest cycling jacket", coming with 250 built in LEDs that will make sure you're seen at all times.
Bamboo might seem like an odd material from which to make a bicycle, but according to the Bamboo Bicycle Club its the perfect material for this aero bike.
New logo, new colour schemes and new bikes. The Boardman Performance range has been updated for 2016
SRAM Red eTap put to the test It’s here, it’s finally here. After literally years of waiting, we’ve finally got our hands on SRAM Red eTap, and have been putting…
SRAM Red eTap is the revolutionary wireless groupset that could well revolutionise the groupset world. Apart from the flawless shifting, one of the best things about it is that it…
New functionality can be added to Shimano Steps e-Bike groupset
A step-by-step guide on how to fix a puncture
We take a look at Ryder Hesjedal's Trek Emonda SLR, the lightweight climber's bike that the gangly Canadian will be using for mountainous stages in 2016.
Helmet uses a new material called Cellufoam which claims to offer the same protection as standard helmets
Dimension Data riders seem to be testing a second generation version of the Rotor INpower power meter, possibly featuring dual-sided power measurement.
We look at Mark Renshaw's Cervelo S5, the sleek aero bike that the Australian will be riding for most races this season for Dimension Data.