On this episode we talk Tour de France tech, Mark Cavendish's sprint shifters, and Tadej Pogačar's place in Tour history.
Slovenian duo fitted out for custom yellow and white race suits ahead of key race against the clock.
David Green created Epic Ride Weather years ago for his commute. Today, Jumbo-Visma uses it for races.
Details are unclear about alleged incident following stage 17 involving a member of the UCI's bike check and Jumbo-Visma director Merijn Zeeman.
On the 14th stage of the 1992 Tour de France to Alpe d'Huez, the peloton was split over the use of lighter, traditional down-tube shifters versus slightly heavier but more convenient STI levers. American Andy Hampsten used both and won.
We all know the Tour de France's GC leader wears the yellow jersey. The problem is, too many other riders are also sporting yellow in this year's Tour de France.
Tires have risen to the top of the tech stories during week one of the Tour. What goes into making a good tire? And what's up with the clincher's comeback?
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Bling at the Tour is nothing new, but the price tags this year have us reeling. Does fancy bling belong in the Tour de France?
Four-time Tour champ will help in design of new time trial bike.
Rubber compounds keep riders glued to the road — most of the time. How do they do it? And why didn't it work so well during stage 1?
A win on clinchers and a soap-slicked course have dictated the early storylines when it comes to Tour de France gear.
The pros have instincts, training, and planning on their side. But the right choice of gear can affect a rider's decision-making during a race, too.
Wheels slim down as the road turns up, trimming rotating weight while keeping bikes as light as possible
Specialized breaks out a new aero lid and some speedy clinchers for the Tour prologue