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The best way to watch a race like La Course by Le Tour de France is to get to Paris, tout de suite, and see the women of the pro peloton battle it out on the majestic Champs-Elysées, in person. Can’t swing it? Don’t worry—you can still fan hard from the comfort of your couch.
Wednesday, July 22, 2015 | Details

A team is more than a collection of riders. A team is more than just the livery on the bikes, or a colorful kit. A team is a family of individuals, each with a specific job to do, striving to reach a unified goal.
Wednesday, July 22, 2015 | Details

There’s nothing quite like being at a professional cycling race. Boots on the ground so to speak. A fan, right in the thick of it. The plan was to share the experience of being a fan at a race, and to add helpful fan tips from the pros on how YOU can be a great fan of women’s cycling.
Wednesday, July 22, 2015 | Details

Talk about a winning season. Take a solo victory at Strade Bianche, mix with a U.S. National Championship, a stage win at Euskal Emakumeen Bira, a stage win at the Giro Rosa, plus six days in the pink jersey, and you’ve got a recipe for a sizzling season.
Tuesday, July 21, 2015 | Details

In this episode, we follow Curtis Keene and Darren Berrecloth as they take their new Stumpjumper FSRs to Ainsa, Spain to ride Zona Zero. But before they can get rolling, they meet up to get the lay of the land from guide, local legend, Ainsa historian, and trail builder, Jorge Ruiz de Eguilaz.
Wednesday, July 15, 2015 | Details

Yonder Journal: Piute Pass

The Sierra Nevada mountain range stretches 400 miles north to south along the eastside of California. They’re tall, jagged, formidable, and incredibly picturesque, the result of a whole heap of granite that was formed underground during the Triassic period and then forced out of the earth’s mantle by the tectonic process over that past few million years.
Tuesday, July 7, 2015 | Details

Specialized is committed to upholding human and labor rights, ensuring that every worker has safe and fair working conditions and that there is 'zero tolerance' for human trafficking and slavery in our supply chain.
Friday, June 19, 2015 | Details

Five Minutes

Five more minutes—it doesn’t sound like much in the grand scheme of things, but five minutes can be so much more than a few ticks on the clock.
Tuesday, June 16, 2015 | Details

In this episode, we follow Matt Hunter as he and his all-new Stumpjumper FSR head to rediscover the remote trails of Lima, Peru. First visiting nearly a decade ago, Matt was shown around by Eduardo
Monday, June 15, 2015 | Details

Sunchuli Pass: Bolivia

Is there anything more capricious than luck? The vagaries of this elemental force/idea/figment have catalyzed dynasties and razed empires. It exists; most would agree on that, but what is luck?
Wednesday, May 20, 2015 | Details