Systematically and mercilessly disassembling, flushing, greasing, and re-packing the cycling culture.
America is a strange place. From bloomers to hip hop to the iPhone, we've been the driving force of cultural change for much of the world. At the same time, we can be profoundly uptight—and there are...
Did Fabian Cancellara really use a motor? And if he did then what does it mean for cycling?
Getting acquainted with nature's carbon fiber
Nearly as old as the safety bicycle itself, the humble drop bar (or what laypeople refer to as "those curly-type handlebars like they use in the Tour de France") is arguably one of the most iconic...
Sometimes the best performance upgrade is portability.
Pedaling toward the truth of the “bikes-vs-cars” debate
Why it will destroy cycling, society, and the planet if we let it
Sometimes preparation is all about what you leave behind
The first time I raced cyclocross I was immediately hooked.
Why cycling—and the world—would be better if we all stopped driving to rides.
As e-bikes become increasingly pervasive (and relevant to my current lifestyle), my opinion on them has become nuanced. At present, for me, the ethics of the e-bike break down thusly.
Some years back I made sort of a half-assed commitment to work on all my bikes myself.
The worst thing about cycling is that it takes too damn long.
Your tires are as important as they are boring, which is why you're totally overthinking them
Shrinking USA Cycling membership numbers... Rapidly expanding tire widths... "Adventure" bikes and gravel everything...Sometimes it can seem like good old-fashioned road riding is like totally over.
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