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Campagnolo Levante carbon gravel wheelset review: Almost too pretty to ride

Hiding beneath the luxurious looks is superb performance worthy of use and abuse.

Nathan Haas (and his new Colnago G-3X) vs the Gravel Worlds

A green and gold Colnago is just one of this year's special bikes for the Australian gravel privateer.

A guide to freehub body and cassette compatibility  

Can’t figure out what freehub body you need for a certain cassette type? This will help.

Classic Tour tech: the last mechanical groupset to win the Tour de France

The last hurrah Tour glory for mechanical before almost certain extinction.

Ratio Technology unveils an Ekar-compatible 1x13 conversion for SRAM levers

Love Ekar’s 13-speed cassette options, but prefer SRAM lever ergonomics? Your wish has been granted.

A complete FAQ to disc brakes

Answering all the commonly asked questions, this is your ultimate guide to disc brakes.

Updated: New Campagnolo climbing wheels on Blockhaus

Is this the return of the Hyperon? Campagnolo confirms new wheels in the works.

Campagnolo dreams bigger with aggressive new growth strategy

Ekar EPS, aluminum gravel wheels, and new 13-speed mechanical and electronic groupsets all seem like safe bets in the next year or two.

Campagnolo heads further down the gravel path with new Levante carbon wheels

They're designed to go hand-in-hand with the company’s stellar Ekar mechanical 1x13 gravel-specific groupset.

Cool Tool Tuesday #4: Building a Cycling Tool Kit – the bicycle-specific basics

A look at the cycle-specific tools that form the basis of a workshop or well-equipped toolbox.

Are we about to see a new groupset from Campagnolo?

As other brands offer wireless and catch up on 12-speed, what is Campagnolo up to?

Behold: Campagnolo's revolutionary new gearing system

Roll up, Roll up! Read all about it! Champion cycle racers observed using a mechanically assisted gear changing mechanism

11 tips to keep your bike running through an industry parts shortage

Can't find the part you need in stock? These tips may help.

Tour de France tech: Unbranded and prototype wheels we've spotted

We take a look at some of the new, unbranded, prototype, and non-sponsor-correct wheels and tyres used in this year's Tour de France pelo...

Pro bike: Greg Van Avermaet's AG2R Citroën BMC SLR01

What's new for Van Avermaet in 2021? Well he's back on BMC after two years on a Giant.

Litespeed Watia gravel bike review: A magical ride, but old-school handling

Surprisingly good value for an experienced US builder with lots of custom options.

Bikes of the Bunch: Baum Cortado '90s racer remake

A fresh steel ride built to pay homage to the pinnacle years of steel racing bikes, square tapered bottom brackets and 9-speed shifting.

Campagnolo debuts new Bora Ultra WTO flagship aero road racing wheels

Cleverly serviceable hidden nipples, trademark hub durability and bearing smoothness, lower weight, and a luxurious new finish.

Is Campagnolo going wireless?

Here's what a bunch of patent filings tells us.

Campagnolo has paused some direct sales to the UK due to Brexit

Questions and concerns regarding the United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union has resulted in a world of chaos and confusion in rega...

Reviewed: Campagnolo's (very) Big Corkscrew

Legend has it – at least according to Campagnolo's mythos – that in 1966, after hurting his hand trying to open a bottle of wine, Tullio ...