How and where do you like your seatstays? Tire inserts — yay or nay? And should there be singing on the Tech Podcast? All these questions and more, answered here.
Riding indoors doesn't have to be a tedious affair, especially when you have the right clothing and accessories to make it comfortable.
Gravel drivetrains exist, but do they really need to? Ben Delaney and Dan Cavallari discuss the merits of a dedicated gravel groupset.
The pursuit of the stiffest shoes may need to take a back seat to other more important considerations when you're ready to buy.
Want to hone your indoor riding plan this off-season? "Ride Inside" authors Joe Friel and Jim Rutberg have some ideas to make it a success.
Alberto Contador and Ivan Basso join tech editor Dan Cavallari to tell the story of Aurum Bikes; it's a passion project with heaps of engineering behind it.
Princeton CarbonWorks makes wheels that feature a sinusoidal rim pattern. What does that mean, and what benefits do riders derive from it?
Pro kit has evolved drastically over the last decade. Has everyday joe's kit changed with it? There are more similarities than differences.
We usually spot Tour de France tech on the ground, at the team hotels and the team buses before a stage. This year is a little different.
Bikepacking the Colorado Trail takes a hearty soul — and a handpicked selection of gear. Betsy walks us through her choices.
Wheel systems give engineers more control over individual wheel components, so you know everything plays nicely together.
Tech moments at the Tour de France happen often — from a dropped chain to a secret skinsuit. Gear and tech can quietly dictate the winners and losers.
Bicycle technology has evolved so rapidly in the last five years that mechanics have adapted to new roles and data interpretation to keep riders going fast.
Lennard Zinn's wheel study gives us the scoop on whether you should be riding climbing wheels or aero wheels. Zinn also explains the concept of moment of inertia.
Tech editor Dan Cavallari talks with product manager Garrett Getter from Specialized to get the lowdown on the new S-Works Power saddle with Mirror technology
Bibs are surprisingly complex pieces of clothing to design. What makes a good pair? That depends on who you are and what kind of riding you do.
Gaimon's post-racing career leans heavily on Strava's leaderboards. He says the fees are well worth it, but cautions against losing sight of the fun.
Alison Tetrick joins tech editor Dan Cavallari to chat about training during Covid-19, recovering well, and carrying positivity in a whiskey flask.
Tech editor Dan Cavallari and editorial director Ben Delaney discuss the expanded role of the power meter as it's used for riding indoors.
Evil Bikes sought to upend conventional thinking about what a gravel bike should be. With some unique geometry choices, the Chamois Hagar did just that.
As the decade comes to a close, tech editor Dan Cavallari and editorial director Ben Delaney reflect on what tech developments changed the bike industry in the last ten years — for better and for worse.
The VeloNews Tech Podcast returns with a deep dive into the history of Zwift and the smart trainers that have grown up around the virtual riding world.
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Shimano banks on the burgeoning gravel scene with its newest drivetrain designed specifically for the rigors of multi-surface riding.
Having a hard time understanding modern full-suspension bikes? Not to worry, Dave Weagle helps us wrap our heads around complex concepts.
Want to make your bike a little faster without spending oodles of money? We talk to Jason Smith of Friction Facts to find out how.
We speak with Chris Jacobson of Shimano North America to learn why riders like shorter saddles and talk about bike fitting.
What’s up with all the “standards” in bottom bracket technology? Tech editor Dan Cavallari talks to Jay Sycip from Chris King.
The latest episode of the VeloNews Tech Podcast takes a closer look at chain line and how it impacts bike design
What is trail? No, not a dirt path you mountain bike on — we're talking about the often-misunderstood geometry measurement.
Tech editor Dan Cavallari talks with industry experts about all things aero bikes.
If you're one of the many people who suffer from foot numbness while riding, you have come to the right place.
We speak with Enve Composites's Scott Neilsen about how carbon fiber manufacturing affects bicycle wheel design.
Chris Yu from Specialized walks us through Computational Fluid Dynamics and explains how it influences bicycle design today.
Should we be mad about the HBO movie that spoofs pro cycling? Plus: Key takeaways from Tour de Suisse and new TDF bikes and gear.