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Zipp reveals its first gravel wheelset: the 101 XPLR

Comfort is said to equate to speed with Zipp's intentionally flexy single-wall carbon rims.

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...

Zipp launches new 454 NSW, 404 Firecrest, and 858 NSW go-fast aero wheels

Tubeless, hookless, dimpled, and extra-wide for modern road riding.

The time of tubulars is coming to an end

It mightn't be long until even seasoned pro mechanics can barely remember the smell of tubular glue.

Zipp merges two wheelsets into one with the new 353 NSW

With whale-inspired bumps, Zipp's lightest tubeless wheel to date has the price to match.

SRAM files lawsuit against Princeton CarbonWorks for patent infringement

Those whale-inspired wheels are a source of contention.

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...

Ten products I loved in 2020: Shoddy Dave

"I'm sorry! Come again?" I think, as I scratch my chin and continue reading the email James Huang had sent out. "It's the end of the year...

Zipp announces new integrated computer mount and updated graphics

Zipp has today announced a new integrated out-front computer mount for Garmin and Wahoo head units. Designed specifically for Zipp stems,...

Is this where the Tour will be won? Shoddy inspects the TDF’s highest bike path

Last week I built up (with some help) a Ritchey Logic disc road bike adorned with Sram Force eTAP ASX and Zipp's new 303 wheelset, yeah s...

Steel bike vs. brand new Tour de France climbs: A Shoddy investigation

Living in the French Alps, you'd think that I'd climbed all the monumental mountain passes that the Tour de France has been routed up and...

From the Top: How Silca was built

Josh Poertner isn’t your typical cycling industry personality. In fact, he’s not 'typical' of much at all. He’s one of those people that ...

The many bikes of Tom Pidcock: Road, CX, MTB and gravel

Triple threats aren't limited to the entertainment industry -- they exist in the sporting world too. There are many examples of triple th...

New Zipp 303 Firecrest carbon clinchers are radically wider and way lighter

Hot on the heels of the midrange Zipp 303-S disc-brake carbon do-everything road wheelset that was introduced a couple of weeks ago comes...

From the Top: How Zipp was built

Zipp is an indisputable icon in the wheel and component business and they have a long history of innovation. They were one of the very fi...

From the Top: How Zipp Wheels was built podcast transcript

Listen to the full podcast episode here. Andy Ording: We rode bikes in South Africa because, like Australia, you can't drive till you're ...

New Zipp 303-S aero wheels are wider, hookless, tubeless, cheaper, disc-only

Zipp’s new 303-S aero carbon road wheels mark a dramatic new direction for the brand’s best-known model. Whereas the 303 has primarily be...

SRAM debuts new MultiClic remote shifters and wireless Zipp AXS aerobars

Not a big fan of the SRAM Blip remote shifter buttons for the eTap and eTap AXS wireless road drivetrains? While the idea was always soun...

Cycling Australia reveals new track bike for Tokyo Olympics

Cycling Australia has officially revealed the bike that its track riders will compete on at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Argon 18's new 2020 ...

Tech gallery: The little things at the 2020 Santos Tour Down Under

Details, details. Oftentimes, it's not the big things that separate pro race bikes from amateur ones; it's the attention paid to lesser t...

Walking the Tour de France time trial pits with aero expert Josh Poertner

You may have listened to our Tour de France podcasts over the three weeks of the race. Each day we covered all the action, from the gossi...