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Interbike: Kestrel’s Carbon

One of the companies that has always been in mind when Quality and cost are on equal terms is Kestrel. Their line up is among the best around and they're certainly a good sized company, but they've remained small enough so that the corners still don't get cut.

Cervelo Aluminum: Form & Function

Bjarne Riis is no dummy, and he certainly knows a thing or two about going fast on two wheels. Canadian manufacturer Cervelo has long been known for building some of the best TT bikes around, and claims to be the largest producer of time trialling bikes in the world.

Saddle Test: Koobi Vs Selle Italia

On Test we have two of the most comfortable Road Race level saddles available, The Selle Italia Prolink Trans Am Gel-flow (the longest name of any product ever tested) and the newest entry from Koobi, the PRS.

New Crankarm Design: As the Crank Turns

One of the beautiful things about the bicycle is its elegant simplicity. Most of us, with a bit of knowledge, can take apart a bike and put it back together. At the same time, there are always new technical advances and something that can be tweaked and improved.

Interbike: Argon’s Carbon Beauties

A second hidden treasure at Interbike was Canada's Argon 18. They had a great line up that covered both the light weight, performance and ride quality. The flagship was the Platinum with Fibers oriented in two sections (one for stiffness and one for comfort).

Interbike: Pinarello Dogma

The latest and greatest Tech 'N Spec was revealed this past weekend at the annual Interbike Tradeshow in Las Vegas. Our Charles Manantan was there, digital camera and notebook in hand, getting the goods on the good, the bad, and the ugly for next season. Over the next few days we'll be posting everything that's fit to see - like the new Carbon-enhanced Dogma from Pinarello...

Italian Duel: Colnago C-40 VS Pinarello Prince

Thinking about a new bike for next season? We can help... In another of an ongoing series of product testing, we took both the Colnago C-40 and the Pinarello Prince on the road, with equal set-ups, to give you the goods...

Campagnolo Road Disc Brakes Sneak Peek

Campagnolo don’t normally rush a launch and they’re not doing it this year with disc either. Their version of a special ops group within R&D, the “Tech Lab” has the basics fleshed out and they’ll be seen in a few races (and loads of test kilometers) during the course of the year as Campy gather data to refine the group the final 10-20%.