'Holy Week' is crunch time for mechanics: 'A perfect Flanders is race without problems, and the win.'
The gear trends that defined 2022.
Dutch team to race on Reserve wheels, Speedplay pedals, and SRAM for 2023, with Cervélo frames and Vittoria tires staying on.
In this week's Technical FAQ, Lennard Zinn discusses riding while on anticoagulants.
From training, to racing, to new maps, and club features, the virtual training software is getting some big updates.
Zinn dives into SRAM electronic groupset inter-compatibility and tries to get to the bottom of one of the most frustrating sources of flats.
Zinn weighs in on some quotidian questions — like, can constantly removing and replacing a thru-axle damage the threads?
The two-speed internal gear hub will soon be available in wheels from Enve, Mavic, DT Swiss, Reynolds, and more.
New Giant aero rig breaks cover.
Lennard addresses sealant causing high-speed wobbles, and mounting tubeless tires without sealant.
Lennard Zinn delves into the impact of motorized bikes, and discusses tubeless tire issues and solutions in the latest edition of Tech FAQ
A look at the bikes, kit and riders using them at the start of the Giro's second stage in Bologna
Tumbling prices makes smart trainers a more realistic possibility for everyday riders, but the opportunities to spend big remain
The new Ceramic-bearing drive shaft is twice as efficient as Dura-Ace, company claims
Here's a quick guide to the trends, products, and practices that are worth keeping an eye out for during this year's Tour de France.
Velonews caught all the tech worth talking about prior to the first stage of the 2018 Tour de France.
Shimano expands gravel offerings with RX line of components, hints at more products to come in 2018.
Photo gallery highlighting the cutting-edge tech on display at stage 15 of the Giro d'Italia.
Before the start of stage 15, VN spotted a 3D-printed chain catcher tucked behind Froome's notable (non-sponsor) Osyemmetric chainrings.
Photo gallery featuring the bikes and tech from the 14th stage of the 2018 Giro d'Italia.
The pitches of Monte Zoncolan are so steep, and the road so narrow, that mechanics must take to the backs of motos to carry spare bikes for the riders.
Only riders from two teams chose to run disc brakes for stage 2 of the Colorado Classic.
Lennard talks drafting science and derailleur setup in this week's Tech FAQ
Lennard Zinn takes on questions about combining 10- and 11-speed drivetrain components