Jeffrey Wurtsbach

Jeffrey Wurtsbach

Podcast: Terra One and the new vintage bicycle tire

We sat down with Terrance Malone to talk about vintage mountain bikes, the Terra One, and how he came to design a new tire for your old bike. With over 20 years of experience in the industry, Terrance knows a thing or two about the bicycle business, product design, and …

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USADA: Katie Compton accepts four-year ban after testing positive for anabolic

“],” filter “: {” nextExceptions “:” img, blockquote, div “,” nextContainsExceptions “:” img, blockquote “}}”> The US anti-doping agency announced on Wednesday that US cyclocross star Katie Compton has accepted a four-year suspension for a doping offense. According to USADA, Compton tested positive for an anabolic agent in an out-of-competition …

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Tiffany Cromwell to launch gravel campaign at SBT GRVL

“],” filter “: {” nextExceptions “:” img, blockquote, div “,” nextContainsExceptions “:” img, blockquote “}}”> Tiffany Cromwell has raced the road bike for more than half of her life, and this year she’s taken a little detour into the dirt. On Sunday, the Canyon-SRAM rider will make her 2021 gravel …

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The 8 best locks for e-bikes of 2021

Our editors independently research, test and recommend the best products; you can read more about our review process here. We may receive commissions on purchases made from our chosen links. Electric bikes are more and more popular and more affordable. But they still represent a substantial financial investment for most …

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Giant TCR Advanced 2 review

Racing bikes with rim brakes are a dying breed in 2021, but there is still a case to be made for simple, lightweight bikes that focus on the fun of riding above all else. Giant’s TCR is a legendary platform that has won countless tests over the generations. With a …

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Test: Knolly Warden LT – Pinkbike

Descending Navigating trails at a slower speed it kinda feels like the bike is giving you nothing in return and sometimes it is a bit difficult to keep a line. The bike also barely got out of the slack setting, mostly trying to lower the bottom bracket shell to avoid …

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Tacx Flux S smart trainer review

Today’s Best Tacx Flux S Smart Turbo Drive Deals In the turbo trainer market, several big names come to mind, and Tacx is certainly one of them. Acquired by Garmin in 2019, the brand is known for its wide range of indoor trainers which includes everything from its entry-level Antares …

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Wheel Family Fun: 24 Hours of Great Glen – what a difference a day makes! | Cycling

Twenty-four hours, what can you do in a day? The basics – sleeping, eating, exercising / working, doing the dishes, building relationships, paying your bills, running errands, cleaning the house, etc. – you can do it all in one day. Could you go mountain biking for 24 hours? Yes, it …

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Mom beaten in front of child for honking ATVs and motorcyclists

A Rhode Island mother was dragged out of her car and beaten on the street in front of her young daughter – just for honking a group of bikers blocking the road, according to police and a heartbreaking video of the attack. The unidentified 35-year-old was driving with her 8-year-old …

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Cycling boom drives racing boom: USA Cycling says number of participants is on the rise

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (BRAIN) – USA Cycling reports that race participation in national championships reflects the current cycling boom with national mountain bike participation up nearly 11% from 2019, the last full year before the COVID-19 pandemic. The USAC also said the number of junior athletes competing in races and …

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