The modular design focuses on fit with an unusually broad range of available sizes.
An interesting back-and-forth discussion of rolling resistance data.
Hacks to get the fit you need on your road bike.
Swapping stems, handlebars, and spacers for more comfort on your bike.
Off-bike assessment is now digitized, and on-bike assessment includes center of mass.
Simplon claims the new Pride II is the fastest bike in the world and has a 3D scanner to get you fitted on it.
Professional bike fitter Ivan O'Gorman helped set Sepp Kuss up for success.
There are many variables to consider when examining how a bike handles when riding no hands.
A dual-sided power meter may be helpful in determining differences in left-right power production.
Annual bike fittings to get you into the right position can improve your metabolic performance.
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In Tech FAQ, Lennard Zinn employs Andy Pruitt and others to address a reader question on foot alignment, and looks at ’cross bike geometry
In Technical FAQ, Lennard Zinn examines the trends in pro peloton positioning, with the help of a number of top fitters
Wind tunnels introduce different elements than the road offers, so an engineering startup has come up with a solution to aero testing
Kevin Bailey and 3D Fit are doing bike fits like no one else, and have made a believer out of tough-to-fit Lennard Zinn
Technical writer Lennard Sinn discusses cleat positioning, electronic drivetrain mishaps and brake pad holders
Lennard Zinn talks electronic shifting: EPS compatibility with Di2 framesets and upgrades to electronic on frames without internal routing
What position is fastest when riding in a tailwind? What's on the feedzone menu at le Tour?
Lennard Zinn answers reader questions on steerer tube height, saddle-to-bar drop, and weight distribution
Nick Legan answers reader questions on replacing worn rims, a unique chain holder for bike washing and aero whiskers
A reader asks for a rule of thumb for crank arm length, and LZ explains that there isn't one.
Inside Tom Danielson's new bike fit
Technical FAQ with Lennard Zinn: More on the legality of Lance’s tires, Di2 brake compatibility, stack & reach and more
Hutchinson explains why Lance's tires were probably UCI-compliant and Lennard answers more questions about stack-and-reach, Di2 brakes and more
LZ has some humble suggestions for improvements to the way bikes are made.
In the first question and answer column in VeloNews.com's new Training Center feature, a reader asks whether he should buy a cyclocross bike that is smaller than his road bike.
Katrina Vogel responds to the many questions about her column earlier this month on asymmetry in cyclists.
A bike fitter asks why so many clients require spacers for their left pedal spindles.
Getting into position: what's the difference between bike sizing and bike fitting, and when is close-enough close-enough?
Platelet-Rich-Plasma, in which a patient's own blood is spun down to platelets and then injected into an injured area, is a promising new therapy for cyclist. VeloNews' own Tom LeCarner gives it a whirl.
A reader asks how to determine the optimum handlebar height and reach.
More tire talkDear Lennard,I really enjoyed your recent wet-road tire discussion with Tom Petrie and Alberto De Gioannini. Just the topic I was looking for, but I'm still a little confused. I thought the cord compound made a big difference and it wasn't mentioned at all. I recall racing in the rain in a crit next to a friend who was running cotton-cord sew up tires as opposed to my silks. While we'd been comparable in bike handling otherwise, I found myself nearly sideways in corners while hewent around like on a rail. We'd pumped our tires to comparable pressures.I'm taking a group over for