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First Look: Cannondale Jekyll 27.5 Enduro bike

Like some, we were skeptics when it came to the new Jekyll and its proprietary technology. But come explore with us and understand how this bike comes together and why it's worth considering for your next steed.   Read More »

First Look: New Cannondale Trigger 27.5 and SuperMax fork

Cannondale unveils 27.5-inch wheel Trigger trail bike with 140mm-travel Lefty SuperMax fork, and a new iteration of their adjustable FOX-built DYAD rear shock.    Read More »

Compare-O Bottom Line: The Felt Virtue Nine 20 proves you don't need to spend a mint to have a good time

The well-spec’d Felt Virtue Nine 20 climbs well, looks great and does well on terrain up to about the intermediate level. It also proves you don’t have to spend a mint to have a good time.    Read More »

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Can anybody tell me how effective this "fit calculator" is?

[URL="http://www.competitivecyclist.com/za/CCY?PAGE=FIT_CALCULATOR_INTRO&INTRO_LINK=NOREDIR"]Fit Calculator - Competitive Cyclist[/URL] I bought a Wahoo about 5 or 6 years ago and I really wanted to trust my LBS since the next closest one is in Annapolis which is 30-35mins away and only sells Speci ... Read More »

Cheap and effective protection

English is not my first language so forgive my grammar please. Everyone that bikes on a budget but values their body looks for inexpensive yet effective protective gear. There are many posts out there asking about the best shorts, the best helmets and the best pads. There are many great options to ... Read More »

Can a troll be made to have the same effective geometry as a cross check?

By effective I mean can it, with the right height seat post with the right set back and the right stem, be made to have the same seating position as the cross check? Also, on an unrelated note, I didn't want to start a thread over it, but if you need a 110mm stem, is the bike too small?Read More »

An Effective Exercise Plan

[COLOR=#333333][FONT=Arial]Start an exercise routine so you increase the amount of calories you burn. Logically, if you burn more calories than the amount you ingest, you’ll burn fat and start to reduce weight. However, this doesn’t mean you should start a heavy exercise program if you are out of sh ... Read More »

Dumb question about effective top tube length

My current bike is a wonderful, but old, aluminum HT with a 22" effective top tube length and I'm running a 120mm stem. I'm going to buy a FS bike this year (either a Yeti ASR-5 or an SB-66) and noticed that both of those bikes have longer top tubes -- 23" for the SB-66. Obviously, I can run a ... Read More »

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