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The new Storm line of shoes will keep your toes warm and dry, while the new Niko camera bag can carry even more photo and electronic gear.
Last Thursday, I went to the first of what will hopefully be a long line of National Women’s Bicycling Summits, hosted by the League of American Bicyclists
More than 30,000 Americans participated in the friendly, online cycling competition.
Building on growing success and expansion, Dirt Rag and Bicycle Times magazines have created a new parent company to oversee a collection of growing products.
The Continuously Ergonomic Race Vehicle, as it's called, was brought from idea to reality by Priority Designs, a product design firm based in Ohio.
I would have called them BB9, but Avid has announced a new BB7 Road SL cable-actuated disc calipers.
The annual pilgrimage for the Eurobike bicycle tradeshow was this past weekend, and as expected, all sorts of bikes and bits from manufacturers from around the world were unveiled.
The nation's capital is a wonderful place to ride, but the network of one-way streets and angled streets can make it difficult to navigate. A new, open-source website hopes to make it easier.
The proceeds were raised through a raffle in which the grand prize was a fully built Moots Psychlo X cyclocross bike valued at approximately $7,000.
Markel American is now offering policies protecting cyclists in the event of an accident, as well as covering theft, vandalism, or damage they might cause.
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