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SRAM Red eTap HydroHC wireless and hydraulic disc road group officially announced

On Tuesday, SRAM announced a hydraulic disc-brake version of its groundbreaking Red eTap wireless road group, which will be available in October. Key details such as weights and pricing won’t be revealed until August, but certain technical aspects still provide clues on what we may see on other SRAM road groupsets to come. SRAM’s upcoming Red …

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Photo gallery: Tech highlights from the 2016 Amgen Tour of California

The Amgen Tour of California is the premier road racing event in the United States. and many teams pull out all the stops in terms of equipment. CyclingTips U.S. tech editor James Huang scoured the pits at the start in San Diego and came away with a few gems, including gold-plated Speedplay pedals, new tools from Feedback …

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“As a woman, you’d be interested in eTap?”: SRAM eTap ridden and reviewed

When I attended Interbike last fall, I was eager to play with SRAM’s eTap groupset. The much anticipated technology had been well featured since Eurobike and after seeing so many images, videos and article on it I wanted to see what all the fuss was about myself. So there I was at the SRAM booth …

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Daily News Digest

In today’s CT Daily News Digest: Kittel takes field sprint in first Romandie road stage; Modolo wins sprint in Tour of Turkey, stage 4; Shane Sutton resigns from British Cycling; Nikki Harris reacts to Van den Driessche’s suspension, says it is vital others are also held to account; UK’s top female cyclists speak out about sexist …

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New Canyon-SRAM team announces roster and sponsors

The new UCI WorldTour team Canyon-SRAM was officially launched in London today. Made up of many of the same staff and riders as the highly successful but disbanded Velocio-SRAM team, there had been much speculation about what the new team would look like and who would be on its roster. All rumours were put to …

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Will wireless shifting be a game-changer? SRAM introduces eTAP

For the past three years we’ve seen spy shots, speculated amongst ourselves, spotted fake cables, and seen it openly on the bikes of development teams and on WorldTour teams at the Tour de France. We’ve all keenly watched SRAM’s progression into the world of electronic shifting and there hasn’t yet been a dramatic raising of …

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Ten things I liked at Interbike this year

I attended my first Interbike this year. The annual bike show in Las Vegas is the biggest industry gathering outside of Europe and comes just two weeks after EuroBike. It was a massive event and a bit overwhelming to be honest. But since the event takes place two weeks after EuroBike commenced, the latest technologies …

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Small hand modifications: Adjusting your lever reach

While ripping down a twisty mountain descent, the last thing you want to worry about is whether you can easily and comfortably reach your bike’s brake levers for an unexpected stop. Women with small hands struggle most often with this problem because most bikes come set up for riders with larger hands. The bike’s brake and …

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Ella Picks: Women’s cycling content we loved this week

It’s a special Giro Rosa edition of Ella Picks with a heap-load of our favourite links to one of our favourite races of the year – but beyond the Giro Rosa, we’ve have some great finds for you, too. Our picks this week include fun news from Velocio, an inspiring column from The Nation about …

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Ella Picks: Women’s cycling content we loved this week

It’s back! Ella Picks Monday is our effort to share with you the best, most important or most interesting content we stumbled upon over the past week. We’re the first to admit that our attention over the last few days has been squarely on the all-exciting Giro Rosa (more on that below); yet, we’ve still …

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