Inside Zipp: what it takes to be a leading wheel brand
Last month CyclingTips’ David Everett travelled to Indianapolis to experience first-hand how Zipp makes its wheels, to meet the people involved, and to find out what’s made them such a success. What Dave discovered was a company that has stayed true to its roots while becoming a world leader in wheel design and technology.
Pro Cycling Manager 2014 review
Pro Cycling Manager 2014 is the latest instalment in Cyanide Studios’ in-depth cycling simulator. CyclingTips editor Matt de Neef took the game for a spin to see what Pro Cycling Manager 2014 has to offer and what has changed from last year’s edition.
Specialized Diverge review
I love getting out and testing new bikes but many fall short of getting me truly excited. I’m often left wondering what I’m going to write in a review that’s different from every other review I’ve written. From the moment I threw my leg over the Specialized Diverge, I knew I was not going to […]
The new old-school: the story behind Silca’s $450 floor pump
On a recent trip to Indianapolis, Indiana, CyclingTips’ roving reporter Dave Everett spent some time with the team at Silca, a famous Italian floor pump manufacturer that has been revitalised by a recent move to the US. Dave sent back the following story and the photos you see below.
CTech October Product Picks
In the latest edition of CTech Product Picks we pull together a whole bunch of goodies that have arrived at CyclingTips HQ in the past month or so, giving you our initial impressions. As ever, if you’ve used any of the products featured here, feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments below.
Shimano R785 Road Hydraulic Disc Brakes review
Shimano unveiled its first road hydraulic disc brake ensemble late last year with levers designed for Di2 transmissions. In this review CTech Editor Matt Wikstrom takes a look at the installation of the brakes and their mid-term performance.