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2022 Sea Otter Classic tech gallery: Fizik, K-Edge, Lezyne, and more

The Sea Otter Classic is back in a big way for 2022, and we’re on the ground digging up all the latest goods.

Fizik Vento Infinito Carbon 2 Wide review: Finally, shoes for the rest of us

Fizik’s new Wide option is offered across three distinct road shoe models, and should fit a heck of a lot more people.

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.

Ten products I loved in 2020: José Been

I have read with interest the ‘things I loved’ lists of my colleagues, but I have a confession. I don’t own different bikes for all sorts...

CT Tech Round-Up #12: New gear from Fizik, PRO, Wera, and more

Tech Round-Ups provide a look at some of the gear that comes across our desks here at CyclingTips. Sometimes it’s products we’re doing lo...

What’s up with Jumbo-Visma’s all-black Bianchis? It's all about the grams

Jumbo-Visma has certainly been attracting a fair bit of attention lately for its equipment choices, namely its preference for rim-brake b...

New lower-priced options for 3D-printed Fizik Adaptive saddles

If you’ve been eying one of Fizik’s fancy 3D-printed Adaptive saddles, but couldn’t stomach either the heady US$400 / £390 / €370 price o...

Fizik Vento Powerstrap R2 Aeroweave shoe review: Perfect for summertime heat

Fizik’s first attempt at road shoes made of non-traditional materials, the Infinito R1 Knit, was a decidedly halfhearted attempt; it was ...

Tech gallery: Head to toe with the shoes and helmets of the Tour Down Under

With a few exceptions, bikes within any given team all look the same. The riders wear the same kits. Homogeneity is the goal. There is no...

Fizik expands knit offerings with new Vento Powerstrap R2 Aeroweave

Fizik’s first foray into knit cycling uppers — the R1 Infinito — was a somewhat tepid exploration of the technology, but the Italian comp...

Eurobike 2019 gallery, part two: Fulcrum, Fizik, Hunt, Scapin and more

In this gallery, you'll find a mix of new products from well-known brands. One won the Eurobike Best Product award, others are likely to ...

Photo gallery: The best shoes of the 2019 Tour de France

Ah, shoes. In a sport that so often controls exactly how and what pros ride in, shoes (and sometimes eyewear…) are often the last frontie...

New lids, kicks and gear from the 2019 WorldTour

While it’s often the new bikes of the WorldTour that garner the most attention, it’s the shoes and accessories that offer the most varian...

Eurobike 2018: Hits and highlights, part two

The 2018 Eurobike trade show continues to give up its riches for intrepid attendees willing to wander the halls of the sprawling Messe Fr...

Knit Knockout: Giro Empire E70 Knit vs. Fizik Infinito R1 Knit road shoe review

Knit materials are supposed to be the next big thing in cycling footwear. They’re highly tunable, so designers can offer zonal stretch an...

New tech finds at Tour Down Under: Specialized, Kask, Zipp, Giant and more

As far as technical changes in professional racing go, 2018 has started a little quietly. Our complete round-up of 2018 team bikes covers...

Ten products I loved in 2017: Matt Wikstrom

In the next instalment of the products our editors loved in 2017, Australian tech editor, Matt Wikstrom, shares his picks. Remember, this...

Eurobike 2017 live tech coverage, day two

FRIEDRICHSHAFEN, Germany (CT) - Day one of the 2017 Eurobike bicycle trade show is behind us, and our team on the ground managed to cover...

Spring 2017 Women’s Product Picks: Fi'zi:k, Giro, Mavic, Bontrager, Lumos and Topical Edge

It’s been a long and dreary winter and spring for many North Americans as the rainy months just kept going and going. But now that spring...

Staying local: Why two bike brands are sticking with domestic production

Now more than ever, the business of building bikes, components, and accessories is an international operation with various aspects of the...