Month: September 2019

Hollow CNC’d cranksets are how several brands compete with carbon fiber weights and stiffness, and now FSA is joining the party with their new KFX crankset. The KFX moniker replaces K-Force as the top offering, and these are the flagship item showcasing their manufacturing prowess.Advertisements By machining the insides out of two halves, then bonding
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“Chasing the Rainbow: The Story of Road Cycling’s World Championships” by British author Giles Belbin. Oddly enough, the idea of a Road World Championship was a long time in development. The UCI, created in 1900 following dissatisfaction over a British-led sanctioning organization, the ICI, did not get around to it until 1921, and even then
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Bina Bilenky is what you would call a real, deal bicycle industry lifer. She grew up sorting, organizing, and cleaning shop at Bilenky Cycle Works, her father’s (Stephen) bicycle company. As she grew up, she worked her way through the administrative side of the company, taking orders, keeping things organized and herding Bilenky’s famous shop
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Ed Roadside: The Men’s Under 23 Road Race had it all! Hard conditions, tough racing and… Controversy. Not the best end to the day as ‘winner’ Nils Eekhoff was disqualified for spending a little too much time behind his team car after a crash. Ed Hood was there to see the full story unfold. Home
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Ed Roadside: After the Elite men’s time trial, the Yorkshire World championships have jumped to the road race rainbow jersey competition and Ed Hood is in Harrogate for more action. First up was the stunning win by Quinn Simmons in the junior mens race. You can see the ‘PEZ Race Report’ HERE. Our last question
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