Author: James Huang

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POC changes gears with new sub-200 gram Ventral Lite road helmet

Super light, extremely well ventilated, and very comfortable, but there's no MIPS to be found here.

Now that the Super Tuck is banned, will we see dropper posts in road racing?

No. No, we won’t. Well, probably we won’t.

Goodyear adds new gravel tire models and sizes, goes deeper with tanwall

Gravel tire collection grows from four to fourteen

What wireless Rival eTap AXS might mean for SRAM’s mechanical groupsets

Spoiler: It's probably not a good omen.

Dangerholm’s sub-10 kg Scott 'Hyper' Spark is a concept MTB brought to life

There’s custom, and then there’s Dangerholm custom

Chris Froome is (mostly) right about disc brakes

But there's some stuff he leaves out, too

New SRAM Red eTap AXS Max rear derailleur goes bigger on range

Climb every mountain, search high and low

JRA with the Angry Asian: Unexpected ammo in the battle for cyclist justice

A major auto insurance group admits drivers are most often the cause of crashes. What does that mean for cyclists who get hit by them?

Enduro debuts ultra-durable Solid Lube bearings for BBs, hubs, and pivots

Claimed maintenance-free through dirt, mud, power washing, rain, and snow.

JRA with the Angry Asian: It's time to cut out some cancer of our own

Infighting within cycling is just plain stupid.

An upgrade that’s twice as heavy as stock? Sign me up.

Because lighter isn’t always better

Gulo Composites GRX-SL wheelset review: carbon spokes for a pillowy ride

When it comes to wheels, fancy spokes aren’t everything

Rotor's new Aldhu Carbon modular crankset works with nearly everything

Two chainlines, standard or direct-mount spider, optional power meter, tons of chainrings.

Moots celebrates its 40th with new Vamoots RCS titanium all-road bike

There's room for 35 mm tires and fenders, butted titanium tubes, and options galore.

Wahoo Fitness Kickr Direct Connect brings wired reliability to indoor riding

More hardwired connections likely to come from other brands

Specialized S-Works Ares shoe review: A sprinter’s shoe for everyone

A novel strap layout yields an ironclad hold and surprising comfort