Here's one for all you 'gravellers' out there: DMT KM1 XC/Marathon shoe, Arundel Czar and Tycoon handlebar and top-tube bags, XPEDO CXR Pro pedals, Castelli Unlimited jersey, Moots Routt 45 gravel bike, Rapha men's Explore long sleeve pullover and Zipp Service Course SL handlebar, stem & seatpost.
RGT Cycling Review: RGT Cycling, the new virtual cycling platform, has announced that it is making all of its Premium features available for free to all indoor cyclists, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. So we had to put Chuck Peña back on his Xpedo home trainer to find out more.
Trainer Review: We've all seen the recent explosion in indoor training and the use of the latest smart training / racing apps. So when top class pedal manufacturer Xpedo announced their new APX Pro smart trainer for just US$1099, we jumped for the first review unit and had our man in wintery Washington, Chuck Peña, give it a thorough spin.
Rider Feature: If you have ever pushed a pedal in anger you will have dreamed of riding as a professional in a top team in the big races. Jordan Cheyne is no different, except that he has realized his dream. Here is his story and his 'defining chapter' with the Elevate-KHS team.
Winner's Announcement: Congratulations to Rob Green of Seattle WA, the winner of a brand new set of XPEDO Thrust pedals and NALINI Snake road shoes.
VIDEO: Big hilite for a die-hard fan like me was running into Team Elevate-KHS Belgian Waffle Ride winner Brian McCulloch at the Xpedo booth at Sea Otter Classic - where I learned something interesting about the Xpedo Thrust pedals Brian rode to win the race.
Rider Blog: Chris Butler has had an up-and-down 2017 year with an arm injury ruining his early season, but the that all changed with a busy time in Italy, Spain and... Turkey. A trip to Istanbul to close off his year in fine fashion - Chris's tells us all about his last race of the year in his Xpedo Pedals Rider Diary.
The ATB Tour of Alberta might be one of the final UCI races for many of the participating teams, but it was by no means a “farewell tour”. In fact, the race was as aggressive, even more so on occasion, than the Tour de Taiwan and Tour of Utah, both of which were hotly contested every kilometer of every stage.