To be as aero as you can be has become the holy grail for most cycling companies. Aero, light and durable is the holy trinity. Wind resistance, unlike weight or gradient, is something you can never escape. So every aspect and part of your equipment should be constructed with an eye to keeping it as
As cyclists, all of us have been forced at one time or another to choose between performance and comfort. If you were one of the early adopters of aluminum framesets, you especially know what we mean. Thanks to an innovative design that combines comfort and tuneability, the Fizik KURVE Snake Saddle
The high-clamp option for riders running the Saint FC-M815 double crankset, the Shimano Saint FD-M817 Front Derailleur plays nice with not only the 83mm bottom brackets 57.5mm chainline, but also super fat tires and steep chain stays (65-71 degrees).
The XX designation is reserved for SRAM's top-line offerings and the XX Grip Shifters stays true to that. Using carbon fiber in place of the aluminum found on the X0 twisters, these 10-speed shifters are insanely light and pack the performance demanded by top riders. In fact, the XX Grip Shifters al
We've long been fans of SRAM low clamp front derailleurs. They've always looked a bit more finished compared to Shimano's offerings, with their abundance of alloy bits in place of stamped steel in the frame for the linkages. This X0 2x10 Low Clamp Front Derailleur is no exception, and it shifts with