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New calendars, six-rider teams at MSR, Burgos begins: Daily News Digest

(Want the Daily News Digest delivered directly to your inbox? Here’s the sign-up.) Hello again, CyclingTips readers. Tuesday was a busy d...

Lazer G1 Genesis MIPS helmet review: Testing the "safest" road helmet

It was less than a year ago that Lazer – now under the ownership of Shimano – brought the Genesis name back to its top-tier racing helmet...

There's a new safest road helmet on the market, according to Virginia Tech

In these trying times, it’s good to know that there are things you can count on. One of those things, naturally, is Virginia Tech’s indep...

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...

Lazer Century MIPS helmet review: Heavy, but also slick and safe

Lazer seems to be making a habit lately of developing road helmets that have moving and/or interchangeable pieces in order to expand thei...

Virginia Tech add more helmets to tested list: MIPS still trending

According to Virginia Tech’s latest cycling helmet test results, helmets equipped with MIPS are still the king of the safest crown, and n...

The Lazer Genesis returns and is the company’s lightest helmet yet

The original Lazer Genesis was a well-loved helmet for many years. Even in its prime, it wasn’t the most ventilated nor the lightest, but...

Lazer Bullet 2.0 aero helmet review: Potential realized

I grew up obsessed with Transformers. Granted, my stereotypical Asian immigrant parents really only let me have toys with some sort of ed...

A $75 MIPS helmet beats WaveCel in Virginia Tech rankings

Last week, Virginia Tech released the latest update to its list of independently tested helmets, adding a dozen or so models. That’s not ...

Photo gallery: The best gear of the 2019 Sea Otter Classic, part four

Gravel bikes have always felt like they’re heavily influenced by the mountain bike world, and that influence only seems to be growing. Fi...

In the Land of the Pros: The Bunch, Ep. 8

Hello folks, you're back again I see. It's yet another episode of The Bunch, our weekly roundup show, where we try to keep things nice an...

Lazer’s new Bullet 2.0 helmet: now more Air’O

Fast aero road helmets are nothing new, however, fast helmets that offer breezy ventilation and integrated features are a much newer conc...

Interbike 2018, day two: Magnesium is back, slick rear hubs, and computer mounts galore

Magnesium is hardly a new material for bicycle frames. Kirk Precision brought a cast magnesium frame to market way back in 1986, and Pina...

Eurobike 2018: Hits and highlights, part three

And that’s a wrap! Well, sort of. The Eurobike trade show has shut its doors for another year, but not before we share with you some of t...

Lazer Bullet aero helmet review: Slick customizability, but heavy and hot

The Lazer Bullet is the Transformer of the aero road helmet world. Multiple snap-on top panels allow users to configure the ventilation c...

Lazer Performance Eyewear review

Lazer is perhaps best known for its helmets, however the company also has an impressive range of sunglasses. Indeed, there are 10 models ...

More of the best from Eurobike 2017: part one

The 2017 edition of the Eurobike trade show wrapped up this past Friday, and along with it, our live coverage of the best and brightest b...

July 2016 Product Picks: Lazer, Giro, Lizard Skins, Mio, OruCase, and Fabric

Product Picks heads back to CyclingTips’ U.S. base in Boulder, Colorado, covering a wide range of hard and soft goods for both bike and b...