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Velosamba? Shut up and take my money, Adidas

The iconic Samba design is now available in a cycling shoe.

SRAM acquires Time pedals. Is a SRAM power pedal coming?

SRAM's latest acquisition and what it means for TIME pedals, shoes, warranties and future plans.

Custom cycling shoes that will make you swoon

If you've ever scrolled through the Instagram 'Discover' page and you follow a lot of cycling accounts, you've probably come across custo...

Is a new S-Works Sprint road racing shoe coming from Specialized?

Specialized has been known to partner with a variety of graphic artists and designers, and the company has made it plainly clear that it’...

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...

Giro debuts Xnetic Knit uppers on new Empire and Republic shoes

Knit uppers are all the rage in the running shoe world, and the concept has now made its way to the cycling world with the debut of Giro’...

December 2016 Product Picks: Smith Optics, Bontrager, Edco 3ax, Bar Fly, Fix-It Sticks, Tacx, and Wind-Blox

In this month’s edition of Product Picks, U.S. technical editor James Huang provides his feedback on Smith Optics’ latest lens technology...

Suplest Edge/3 Pro road shoe review

With its name on cycling shoes and nothing else, Suplest remains a relatively small brand in the cycling shoe market nearly a decade afte...

Fi’zi:k R1B Uomo road shoe review

Fi’zi:k has been in the cycling footwear business for six years now, and while they’re sadly no longer made in Italy, they still very muc...

First-look review: Shimano RP3 shoes

Shimano entered the cycling shoe market in 1990 when it unveiled its M100 shoe in conjunction with the M737 pedal for off-road riding. Tw...

Pearl Izumi PRO Leader III shoe review

Peel back the insole of virtually every cycling shoe on the market and you'll see a sad little tan layer of material that basically looks...

Ridden and reviewed: Women’s road shoes

Shoes are a highly personalised item. What works for one person is not guaranteed to work for another. Wide or narrow toe box, high or lo...

The best of Eurobike: Helmets, Shoes and Sunglasses

Amongst all the bling at Eurobike, some of the most interesting new things to look at are the helmets, shoes and sunglasses. Here we give...

Buying a road bike: A women's guide

Women are told many things when they go to buy a road bike. Advice comes from all angles. There is Bike Riding Friend, Triathlete Colleag...

Shimano R321 and R171 shoe review

Shimano is best known for its groupsets and wheels but you'd be mistaken to think of the company's extensive line of soft-goods as an aft...

The best of Eurobike 2014: helmets and shoes

The world's biggest bike expo, Eurobike, was held last week and finished over the weekend. CyclingTips' roving reporter Dave Everett was ...

The New Rapha Grand Tour Shoes Competition

As you may have seen already Rapha has released their much anticipated Grand Tour Shoe. Footwear is highly dependant on individual prefer...

The lost sole: why cyclists should pay more attention to their feet

All too often we forget about our feet. The only time we ever notice them are when they fail and start to cause us pain. But there may be...