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Selected bits of the goods and glory from the outdoor products at Interbike 2017. Check back tomorrow for the first day of indoor coverage.
Shimano's Di2 electronic shift system has been a favorite of ours since we first wrote about it in 2011. A lot has changed since then, and we wanted to publish an update on Di2 as it relates to triathletes.
For the second year in a row, TriRig has given Potts' bikes our most elaborate custom treatments, to save him Watts and get him to the finish line faster.
The new e-tube Di2 junction boxes are big and bulky, making them difficult to hide from the wind. But Shimano already makes a special little part that makes hidden cables a cinch.
Andy Potts got his brand new Kestrel 4000 SL build just in time to defend Oceanside 70.3, complete with a prototype Omega SV front brake.
We take the new 11-speed mechanical group through its paces. What's the story on a top-end mechanical group in a world going electrical?
Interbike has finally opened the doors of the showroom floor, and there's more than one new innovation that makes me really excited.
As usual, Interbike kicks off with an expo out in the Nevada desert, where journalists get the opportunity to go hands-on with the latest gear.
The Wildflower sensation just got his brand new S-Works Shiv, on the eve of the 70.3 World Championship race in Vegas.
Taylor Phinney won the Stage 7 Time Trial at the USA Pro Cycling Challenge. Check out this detailed gallery of his snazzy bike, the BMC TM01.
Ultegra Di2 TT components are built around the new E-tube system and will be compatible with upcoming 9070 Dura-Ace Di2. Read on for the whole scoop.
It's time to have a serious talk about pedals. We're going to review a wide variety of pedal types, as well as talk at length about fixed vs float.
Shimano's PRO component brand has come out with a gorgeous, high-end aerobar and stem both worthy of an in-depth review.
Like the bright lights in Vegas, Interbike never fails to dazzle. This year, our first day out was directed towards product evolution rather than novelty.
You've seen reviews of Shimano's electronic group from the roadies - here's our in-depth look from the triathlete's perspective.
Electronic is getting cheaper for roadies - but not yet for triathletes.